In this update:
- FREE Trainings for design/build pros on building to the 2018 New Mexico Energy Conservation Code
- PNM One-Page on New Service Deliver (NSD) System Enhancements
Sustainable Education for Advanced Buildings (SEAB) – Energy Conservation Code Training for Professionals
Courses offered in September / October / November
Beginning September 2022, The New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department, in partnership with four New Mexico colleges, is offering FREE continuing education and training opportunities for construction industry professionals. Trainings will cover aspects of both the residential and commercial energy conservation codes and associated codes and standards in both live and/or online formats. Trainings will target the knowledge needs of both design/build industry professionals as well as code officials performing plan reviews and inspections.
See this link https://www.emnrd.nm.gov/ecmd/seab/ for more information and to register for the first round of courses.
We requested PNM put together a one-pager to help us spread the word on the fundamentals of their new service delivery enhancements. Read below or DOWNLOAD the one-pager HERE.
When to call \ when not to call: If at any time you have questions about your application, you can call our Service Coordinator line at 505.241.3425.
Establish the online portal: Please visit NSD website at Login (powerclerk.com)
A tutorial to fill out an application PNM Residential Application – YouTube
BALLPARK ESTIMATE, please visit Residential Ballpark Estimate Tool – pnmprod – pnm.com
For electronic payment PNM Interconnection (i-doxs.net)
For EZ Payment with credit\debit card please go to Welcome to EZ-PAY (i-doxs.net)
Paying by check, please mail a check or drop off payment to nearest location below
Finally, to review an NSD contact list please view New Service Delivery Directory – pnmprod – pnm.com
When are project managers assigned? When an application is assigned a Design Engineer a Project Manager is also assigned who can serve as appoint of contact at any stage of the process.
PNM is currently recruiting 2 new Project Managers in northern New Mexico to support NSD process. PNM is also recruiting 3 new Project Managers for the Albuquerque Metro area.
PNM recently hired 1 additional Principal Engineer for design reviews.
PNM has increased the engineering support, contract project managers, and service coordinators along with continuing to recruit internal engineering positions to accommodate for the influx of additional applications.