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FERC approves PNM to acquire 345-kV Western Spirit transmission line

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Aug. 8 approved Public Service Co. of New Mexico to acquire the 345-kV Western Spirit renewable transmission project from an affiliate of Pattern Energy Group 2 LP.

The PNM Resources Inc. subsidiary announced May 1 that it reached an agreement with Pattern Development and the New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority to acquire the approximately 165-mile transmission line, which extends from Santa Fe County to Torrance County, and associated facilities.

The transmission line is expected to become operational in 2021 and will be interconnected to the new PNM Pajarito Switching Station in Bernalillo County, looping in PNM's 345-kV West Mesa-Sandia line. (FERC docket EC19-90)