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10.31.06

New Power in the Area

A new power plant will soon be built in Hobbs New Mexico and some of that electricity will make it's way to your home. 

One mega-watt can power up to 1-thousand homes, this new plant will produce 550-mega watts. 
  

Xcel energy has entered into an agreement to purchase power for the next 25 years to help with the rising demand in our area. 

According to Xcel, the new plant will not have an effect on your utility bill.

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