New Mexico’s First Energy Roadmap Completed
Santa Fe, NM – The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) has release the Energy Roadmap, a statewide energy project that builds on the main principals of Governor Martinez’s “all of the above” Energy Policy and Implementation Plan of 2015 by promoting all sources of energy production.
Energy stakeholders who represent a broad range of public and private entities met to develop an Energy Roadmap that resulted in 15 goals aimed at improving energy diversification and efficiency, developing new value-added products and opportunities from the state’s vast fossil reserves, expanding the use of alternative fueled vehicles, and improving education and job training to better prepare people in New Mexico seeking jobs in the energy sector.
Completing the Energy Roadmap clears the way for implementing goals that will strengthen and diversify a New Mexico energy economy resilient to global changes.
EMNRD contracted with New Mexico First to engage more than 50 energy stakeholders in a town hall and forum setting to create the Energy Roadmap. The Energy Roadmap can be used toward aggressively implementing key time-critical goals and strategies aimed at practices, policies and laws that are either expiring or are woefully obsolete.
The entire 2018 New Mexico Energy Roadmap can be found online at: http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/ECMD/energyroadmap.html
Harold J. Trujillo, PE
Bureau Chief – Energy Conservation and Management Division
· Inducted into the Energy Hall of Fame of the New Mexico Association of Energy Engineers in 2006.
· Recognized as a Legend in Energy by the National Association of Energy Engineers in 2007.
Education and Licenses
Received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from New Mexico State University in June 1972. Is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of New Mexico and California and is a NM Licensed contractor.