ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP / KRQE) – New Mexico’s largest utility company urges thousands of customers to contact them before they lose power when a pandemic moratorium on electricity payments takes end. PNM said Thursday that more than 47,000 households have overdue bills that could lead to power cuts as early as mid-August.
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Officials at the electricity supplier say there are millions of dollars in financial aid available, but customers should contact them.
The New Mexico Public Regulatory Commission recently voted to temporarily avoid disconnecting power for unpaid bills due to COVID-19. The power cut could begin on August 12. PNM estimates he owes him more than $ 21 million in overdue electricity bills. Customers are expected to end up paying for the energy consumed.
People looking for help paying their overdue PNM bill can ask for help. For more information, visit PNM.com/help or call PNM at 855-364-2950.
If you need help paying or possibly paying your overdue PNM bill, PNM may be able to help you through PNM COVID Customer Relief Fund, PNM Good Neighbor Fund, Emergency Assistance Program to tenants in the State of New Mexico, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), and more.