U.S. Department of Energy Selects Kit Carson Electric Cooperative for $23 Million in Federal Funding to Increase Power Grid Resilience and Reliability Across Northern New Mexico


Congratulations to Kit Carson Electric Cooperative Inc. who will receive up to $23 Million ($15.4 million in federal funding and $7.7 million in recipient cost share) to enhance electric grid resiliency in northern NM as part of the Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships Program from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Grid Deployment Office. KCEC partners with Guzman Energy for wholesale power and energy management services that emphasize resilient, local distributed power and storage. Well done Luis A. Reyes Jr. and the entire KCEC team!

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