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We’re actively supporting renewable energy.

ReNew Mexico is a coalition of community organizations, stakeholders, and residents that are passionate about creating a renewable energy future in New Mexico.

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Through our collective voice, we’re making renewable energy a reality for New Mexico!

Projects to support.

You may be closer to a renewable energy project than you think. You, your family or your friends may be positively impacted by a project even if you can’t see it. Your community may feel the economic impact. See the landscape of renewable projects in New Mexico and find out how they can work for your community.

Los Lunas’ Potential in a Solar Future

The Village of Los Lunas set up a Poly-gen Vertical Solar System, this system is a tower that stacks panels vertically around a pole, includes a small wind turbine at the top to produce back up energy when the sun isn’t shining, and back-up battery storage to supply electricity 24/7.

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New Mexico’s homegrown and world-class renewable energy has prospered into a sustainable, statewide economic engine that made us number one in the U.S. for wind energy growth in 2017. That same year, wind energy made up 14% of New Mexico’s electricity generation, relying on over 1,000 wind turbines across the state2. New Mexico has greatly benefited by projects that have been completed, and already employ many New Mexicans.

We're creating a renewable future.

We’re actively supporting renewable energy.

ReNew Mexico is a coalition of community organizations, stakeholders, and residents that are passionate about creating a renewable energy future in New Mexico.

Projects to support.

You may be closer to a renewable energy project than you think. You, your family or your friends may be positively impacted by a project even if you can’t see it. Your community may feel the economic impact. See the landscape of renewable projects in New Mexico and find out how they can work for your community.

Los Lunas’ Potential in a Solar Future

The Village of Los Lunas set up a Poly-gen Vertical Solar System, this system is a tower that stacks panels vertically around a pole, includes a small wind turbine at the top to produce back up energy when the sun isn’t shining, and back-up battery storage to supply electricity 24/7.

Read More

Get the facts.

New Mexico’s homegrown and world-class renewable energy has prospered into a sustainable, statewide economic engine that made us number one in the U.S. for wind energy growth in 2017. That same year, wind energy made up 14% of New Mexico’s electricity generation, relying on over 1,000 wind turbines across the state2. New Mexico has greatly benefited by projects that have been completed, and already employ many New Mexicans.