JMEC member homeowners seeking solar energy as an alternative for their homes will now have the ability to apply for a loan through the Co-op
The Board will continue to defend its determinations made regarding the Board of trustee elections held in June 2019, and is currently pursuing its defense in the ongoing legal proceedings.
In a decision rendered by the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe on Monday, September 30, 2019, the Court denied the emergency application for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction requested by plaintiffs Bruce Duran, David Salazar, Patrick Herrera, Charles Wright and Robert Garcia in their lawsuit against the Board of Trustees (Board) for Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Coop).
What is wrong with the leadership of Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative? Does the JMEC Board’s leadership have the right credentials to lead or manage a “public utility” corporation? Are the current Cooperatives electric rates accurate for over 30,000 customers?