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New Mexico the most coal-heavy state to pledge 100% carbon-free energy by 2045
by Megan Geuss
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13 March 2019
On 13 March 2019 Ars Technica reported:
On Tuesday (12 March), New Mexico's state House of Representatives passed the 'Energy Transition Act,' which commits the state to getting 100 percent of its energy from carbon-free sources by 2045. The act passed the state Senate last week. The governor is expected to sign the bill quickly. This move links New Mexico with California and Hawaii, the only two other states that have signed into law a commitment to 100-percent carbon-free energy by 2045.
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