Hi, we saw a couple of the super sized PNM trucks at a house fire in our neighborhood. They were helping to cut power and turning off power the the house that was completely engulfed by flames. The lineman and firefighters were clearly working together to keep everyone safe. We just wanted to thank them (and the AFD) for doing this in the middle of the nite and keeping us all safe. Thank you! We appreciate your expertise and hard work, (Belair neighborhood.)
Sunny, Albuquerque, NM
I for one really appreciate what you do, the risks, and the inconvenience to your families when you have to be out in the cold/heat/rain/or snot to keep power working. I have a grid-connected solar system (permitted, and blessed by PNM) and have taken great care to ensure that is can be safely disconnected in the event you are working in my area. As an aside, I am present in the progress of having a battery backup system (again, with all safety precautions, per PNM requirement). With a battery backup, I won't be one of the customers complaining and frustrated 🙂
Thanks so much for all your hard work to keep the lights on! Be well!
We appreciate all you do behind the scenes to keep our homes and society functioning 😊👍
Larry & Patricia, Albuquerque, NM
Thank you for the critical service you all perform. Keep up the great work and thank you very much!
We Appreciate you All! Thank you for keeping the lights on 24/7! Always be Safe First!
Rosie, Albuquerque, NM
My son worked as a lineman for a while. I know how dangerous your work can be and recognize that it takes a certain kind of courage to do that difficult a job and be certain you don't make mistakes. You are appreciated. Thank you!
Effie, Cedar Crest, NM
Your daily care to keep the grid running and resilient helps us make our livelihoods and stay connected with our communities! Thank you!
Sean, Albuquerque, NM
We are so thankful for every one of these linemen and the job they do, especially in Hurley, Bayard, and Grant County, New Mexico. We bless you and pray for you every time there is an outage here. You guys are THE best in the world! Keep it up, and I, as a Grant County veteran, am always glad to meet you and support you and your families.
JIM, HURLEY, NM
Guess what – my dad was a lineman in Texas In the 70s and 80s. It was hard work but he enjoyed being outdoors and everyone he worked with. I got to see him go up a couple of times. That’s when I realized what he did was very important and really hard work that deserved a lot of recognition. Thank you all for all you do!!!! We appreciate it.