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Energy Transition Act Committee

Developed over the course of a year with collaboration by community organizations, unions, energy groups and advocates, the Energy Transition Act (ETA) establishes New Mexico as a national leader in clean energy. The ETA sets a statewide renewable energy standard of 50 percent by 2030 for New Mexico investor-owned utilities and rural electric cooperatives and a goal of 80 percent by 2040, in addition to setting zero-carbon resources standards for investor-owned utilities by 2045 and rural electric cooperatives by 2050. The law transitions New Mexico away from coal and toward clean energy, ensuring greater renewable energy production and reducing costs for consumers, and provides tens of millions of dollars of economic and workforce support for communities impacted by coal plant closures, as well as the development of renewable replacement power in San Juan County.

Energy Transition Act (SB 489)

Welcome to the Energy Transition Act (ETA) Advisory Committee resource page. Here, you will find meeting agendas, minutes, and supporting documents for each ETA meeting. Check back for future meeting notices and additional supplemental materials that will continue to be added under each meeting drop down below. 

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