... As of November, coal supplied 50 percent of New Mexico's electricity, natural gas produced 30 percent and renewables 20 percent.
State-level efforts to take greenhouse gas emissions out of the electrical grid have become increasingly common.
Hawaii passed its law first, followed by California and Washington, D.C. At least a dozen other states are considering policies to achieve either 100 percent renewable or 100 percent carbon-free electricity. The latter allows for a broader range of technologies, such as nuclear or carbon capture and sequestration. [Source]