The Partnership for Affordable Clean Energy has announced major new research findings related to energy jobs in New Mexico. Read our press release here.
This data confirms that more than 7,200 new jobs and almost $1.8 billion in new investments will be created immediately with extension of New Mexico’s solar and wind tax credits. PACE continues to argue that large-scale solar projects in areas of rich solar resources present good bargains for electric customers.
All projects identified by the PACE research project are on a list waiting for approval for the New Mexico Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit (REPTC).
These projects will soon be lost because the tax credit will expire January 1, 2018. HB 440 will extend that tax credit, making all these jobs and investments a reality.
Contact these key New Mexico legislators NOW.
Tell them to Vote Yes on HB 440.