New Mexico can meet the Energy Transition Act goals by 2030. 

2022 and 2023 Energy Storage Workshop Presentations

New Mexico can meet the Energy Transition Act goals by 2030.

2023 Energy Storage Workshop Dates – October 23-24, 2023

We’re Here to Help

landowners, developers & communities working together

Contact & Support

Renewable energy developers can provide information on wind and solar facilities.

RETA implements electric transmission and storage facilities that power New Mexico and the Western US. The power flowing through these lines must be 30% renewable energy or more,  with 100% renewable energy quite common with RETA projects. The renewable energy generators – such as wind and solar facilities – are developed, constructed, and operated by other parties. RETA does not plan or build these source generating facilities and interested parties should look for detailed information on new or existing generation projects directly from renewable developers.

General Questions or Comments

Thank you for taking an interest in New Mexico and all of the beauty that we have to offer. We are excited to share our resources with you and help bring your vision to life. If you would like more information about how RETA can help you, please contact us. We look forward to a prosperous partnership that is beneficial to both you and the State of New Mexico. 

Public Records Requests

Public Records request of the New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority should be sent to:

Public Records Request
New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority
1400 South St. Francis Drive, Suite C
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

Landowner Comments

We’re grateful for your part in growing New Mexico. Here at RETA, our goal is to ensure that, as a landowner, you receive fair and equitable compensation for the use of your land. We want to help make the process of obtaining an easement on your land as seamless as possible. If you have any questions about a project in your area and how it might affect you, please reach out to us. We are here to work with you. 

Media Information


Reporters and members of the news media who are seeking more information should contact
the New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority (