First Wind says it could use up to 1,500 megawatts of transmission capacity in New Mexico – if the new lines are built.
A plan to build what could be one of the world’s biggest wind farms gets a warm reception in New Mexico.
Why is Xcel adding 700 MW of wind power in the Southwest? “Purely on economics and the savings we can deliver to our customers,” the company says.
New Mexico is prepared to hold a lease auction for 33,600 acres that could eventually be the site of a 1,000 megawatt wind farm.
The largest low concentration photovoltaics project in the world begins operation at the Army’s White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
It was probably the liberal/hippie plan from the start, using solar power to go off-grid to grow pot, and now the Associated Press is all over the story.
The van Willigen residence in Taos is built in a style that resembles the old adobe pueblo, but with a host of green features, and a whole lot of insulation.
The final phase of a solar array at Albuquerque’s main airport has been completed, translating to one megawatt of power.
A new city-in-miniature, complete with working traffic lights and plumbing, is set to arise in Lea County, New Mexico, exclusively to test next-gen city tech.
The sunny range land in north central New Mexico is becoming a hot spot for solar power, with another big new array on the way.