ALBUQUERQUE — The state’s largest electric utility has a plan for replacing power that will be lost when it shutters two units at a coal-fired power plant in northwestern New Mexico that’s long been a target for environmentalists.
Public Service Company of New Mexico filed its plan with state regulators late Friday. The utility also asked the Public Regulation Commission for permission to recover costs associated with the partial closure and installing pollution control equipment on the remaining two units.
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