Entries Tagged as 'PNM'

Shining a Light on the Attacks on Solar Energy

January 9th, 2015 · 2 Comments · energy policy, environment, journalism, regulation

By Denise Tessier A year ago this month, I posted some of the 2014 new year’s goals for the powerful “bill mill” known as the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), one of which was to protect polluters and attack clean energy sources by metering and charging those who produce their own solar energy. A few […]

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Leadership Opportunity Dodged With Climate Change Editorial

June 9th, 2014 · 2 Comments · economy, energy policy, environment, journalism, regulation

By Denise Tessier For decades, climate scientists have been warning of the catastrophic effects of earth-warming pollution on the planet, effects that have accelerated in recent years. That history was laid out quite clearly for a mass audience with the June 2 episode of the Fox network program “Cosmos” (which played again June 3 on […]

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Skew

September 17th, 2013 · 1 Comment · energy policy, environment, journalism

By Arthur Alpert What I most admire about the Albuquerque Journal is the editors’ ability to advocate for the One Percent without trampling upon its conscientious reporters. To say the least, it’s a delicate operation. As an example, let’s consider their treatment of Kevin Robinson-Avila’s cover story Sunday, Sept. 15, on the move (national and […]

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Power Outage

June 25th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier There probably wasn’t enough room for it, Monday’s Albuquerque Journal was so thin. Nonetheless, it was disappointing there wasn’t even a two- paragraph brief explaining Sunday’s four-hour power outage in the East Mountains. Calls to PNM’s recorded message Sunday (June 24) indicated the electricity provider was experiencing “multiple outages” and “widespread outages” […]

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