Pattern Energy looks forward to serving as presenting sponsor for this year’s New Mexico State Fair. We are proud of our presence here in New Mexico and look forward to connecting with each of you, as we move forward to create jobs and major investments here in your state.


Scan, Play, & Win


You may notice pinwheels spinning at the fair this year. Be on the lookout – if you find one of the lucky pinwheels, with a special designation on the bottom of the stick, that means you’ve won concert + rodeo tickets! Bring your winning pinwheel to the Pattern Energy booth (inside Lujan Building A) during the Fair to redeem your tickets.


And don’t miss us at the Farm! Pattern Energy staff will be on hand to answer questions and educate kids about renewable energy, with hands-on wind and solar projects, books, coloring activities and more.

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More about Pattern Energy in New Mexico

Pattern Energy is one of the largest private renewable energy companies, and we’ve made our single largest investment right here in New Mexico, including $9.5 billion in wind energy and related infrastructure projects committed here in the state over the next decade. Our Western Spirit Wind project alone represents the largest single phase renewable power build in U.S. history, something that we’re immensely proud of. We look forward with excitement to becoming a long standing partner, respectful steward and contributor to New Mexico’s future.




Pattern Energy New Mexico Stories

Bootleg Fire Department levels up with donation

The Bootleg FD recently held a luncheon for their firefighters, families and guests to celebrate the donation of $34,000 to their fire department by Pattern Energy.

ENMU strengthening New Mexico through scholarships

Oftentimes the scholarships made a difference between a student having a meal plan or not having one, or buying books or not buying books. In this way, the student’s family is helped, and the state as a whole wins.

NM State Fair: Meet the NM State Police Bomb Squad

The Bomb Squad is also known as EOD, which stands for, “Explosives and Ordnance Disposal.”

In the day-to-day real world, when an explosive device or bomb is found, this is the team that puts themselves in harm’s way to make sure no one gets hurt.

The Pink Bus

Curious, I walked over to take a look and ran into Sarah Love, the founder of The Pink Bus, a 503c(3) non profit dedicated to helping people with food insecurity and other necessities.

Salsa Steel welcomes you to the New Mexico State Fair

As I made my way through the Purple Gate to enter the Fair, I was greeted by the sound of steel drums being played by two of the members of Salsa Steel, a steel drum band out of Silver City, New Mexico.

Meet the state fair Ambassadogs

The Ambassadogs (and their friends) of the SCCV at the State Fair.I was walking down Main Street and ran into the Official Ambassadogs of the New Mexico State Fair! The Southwest Canine Corps of Volunteers, Inc. is a non-profit located in Albuqeurque. Their work is...

New Mexico State Fair cocktails from Tumbleroot Brewing

Tumbleroot has created Pattern Energy Blue Corn Lager, made with blue corn, and the Angry Mule, made with cane vodka and New Mexico red chile.

From Rebel to Restauranteur: Loretta’s Burrito Hut

“Everyone tells me they heard my ad or saw a billboard, plus there’s my reputation.”

Naturally, I had to ask. “What’s your rep?” I said, now smiling as well. 

“That Loretta’s Burrito Hut has the best burritos in New Mexico!”

Music Composer on Route 66: Dr. Nolan Stolz

“I’m on a sabbatical,” Dr. Stolz explained, “and I’m traveling Route 66 to gather inspiration. I am writing an Orchestral Suite dedicated to Route 66.” 

The title of his next masterpiece? Route 66 Suite.

Top US energy official ‘all ears’ as experts outline needs

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm heard from industry officials Wednesday about what it will take to boost renewable energy development in New Mexico and across the nation as the Biden administration pushes its initiatives to reduce emissions and address climate change.