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In a big win for Alaskan and Gulf of Mexico communities, the Department of Interior is cancelling three oil and gas lease sales off the coasts...

Fossil Fuels

In 2021, the value of energy trade between the United States and Mexico reached a nine-year high. This energy trade value represents the combined...

Cars

Originally published by Union of Concerned Scientists, The Equation. By Kathy Harris & Noah Long  New Mexicans will now be able to buy cleaner, zero-emission...

Clean Transport

Rule requires more stringent motor vehicle emissions standards to improve air quality.

Clean Power

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) released an in-depth report on the potential for clean energy development in Mexico....

Fossil Fuels

A court has blocked Biden Administration plans to lease oil and gas drilling rights in 80 million acres of the Gulf of Mexico.

Fossil Fuels

By Kristina Dahl  Last week I had the opportunity to testify at a hearing on “What More Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Leasing Means for Achieving...

Clean Power

In a set of briefs released today, modeling gives a new, in-depth look into pathways for New Mexico to cut climate-warming pollution while improving...

Clean Transport

While DC fast charging is about to expand greatly in New Mexico, the eastern part of the state is still pretty barren. Level 2...

Clean Power

Originally published on ILSR.org Rural areas are sometimes isolated, disconnected from modern conveniences and the latest technologies. The digital divide is real, but one...

Clean Transport

The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project has announced that the Public Service Company of New Mexico can invest $10 million in a suite of EV...

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