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NMPRC Mission Statement & What we do
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) regulates the utilities, telecommunications, and motor carrier industries to ensure fair and reasonable rates, and to assure reasonable and adequate services to the public as provided by law.
Case #13-00390-UT San Juan Generating Station Hearings
In th Matter of the Application of Public Service Company of New Mexico for Approval to Abandon San Juan Generating Station Units 2 and 3, Issuance of Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity for Replacement Power Resources, Issuance of Accounting Orders and Determination of Related Ratemaking Principles and Treatment
The San Juan hearing process includes two parallel processes -- the evidentiary hearings and the public comment process -- that will lead to a final Commission decision.
The evidentiary hearings concluded on January 27, 2015.
The public comment process continues. Oral public comment was taken before the hearing examiner and the Commissioners on January 5, 2015 and on several days at the start of the evidentiary hearings. Written comments may still be filed with the Commission up to the date the Commission issues its final decision.
Written Response to Public Comments Due September 19, 2014
Public Comment Hearing Held on October 1 at 1:30 pm
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Proposed Amendments to the Rules Governing Pipeline Safety Excavation Damage Prevention, 18.60.5 NMAC, and One Call Notification Systems Requirements for 811 Services, 18.60.6 NMAC
In the Matter of the Application of Northern Rio Arriba Electric Cooperative, Inc. ("NORA") for Approval of the Sale of Certain Assets to the Jicarilla Apache Nation and for NORA's Abandonment of Such Assets and Service Therefrom Upon Sale.
The Commission will accept public comment on proposed rules
up until a date set in the Procedural Notice for each rulemaking. Please check the specific rulemaking docket for further
To view detailed case records, go to Edocket
New Mexico Interconnection Manual is to be used in conjunction with New Mexico-PRC Rule 17.9.568 NMAC, Interconnection of Generating Facilities with a Rated Capacity up to and Including 10MW Connecting to a Utility System
BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1, 2014, ANY CHECKS RECEIVED BY THE PRC MAY BE CONVERTED TO AN ACH DEBIT.
In accordance with guidance provided by the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC) is required to provide all PRC customers a 30 day notification regarding check payment received by the department.
When you provide a check as payment to the PRC, you authorize the State of New Mexico to either use information from your check to make a one-time electronic funds transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction.