Ambrosia Lake Solar


Pattern Energy is collaborating with BHP and Rocky Mountain Institute to repurpose legacy mine sites for renewable energy production through the U.S., including Ambrosia Solar in New Mexico, which is in early stages of development.

Operation in McKinley County

> 50 MW capacity

560 acres of solar panels

~14,000 Homes, annual energy equivalent

~60 construction workers, ~75 at peak

Project Location


   Solar Development

    Transmission Line


   Solar Development

    Transmission Line

Pattern Energy New Mexico Stories

Title Wave Books, Revised

Leslie and Liberty teach their kids at home. “This bookstore is the only place in Albuquerque to get homeschooling books and materials,” Liberty told me, “and now we’ve been the owners for five years.”

Friday Night Reads

Being a man who seems to know Albuquerque inside and out, Ryan wanted to find a way to help promote independent authors in New Mexico, and thus launched, “Friday Night Reads.”

The Ruins of Fort Union

The Ruins of Fort Union

A New Mexico Story: Shannon, Chris, and The Farmacy

Shannon, Chris and The Farmacy: Real New Mexico

Pattern People: Cody Winner

American Hero to Ranch Manager: Meet Cody

A Morning in Madrid, New Mexico

From Coal Mining to Artist Haven

Albuquerque’s Amazing Acequias

Lifeblood of New Mexico: Acequias

812 Retro: From Fixing Bikes to Set Design

From fixing bikes to set design

Yoga Art Space

Climb into a hammock and stretch!

A Rattlesnake on Dragon’s Back

The Dragon’s Back: Stunning Beauty