Pro Se [for yourself] Fights

Tuesday September 2, 2014 15:03

Index2 is missing bottom of pro se fights.

Yes, fraud, at least in the case of Ocotillo Wind that appears to be the case and probably others.

Solar Tesla charging station on Mesa del Sol?

PNM begins work on two solar plants. 74.074 W/panel? Why so little?

Field trip may have uncovered reason. Audio results to be posted.

WPX tank audio may be may be precursor to fracking scam/fraud investigation? 'decommissioning' aka demolition, scrapping, trashing and site remediation costs should not be overlooked at project inception. Particularly at the New Mexico Wind Energy Center.

NSA Iran spy sting bust, altenergy, MainStreamMedia:
Liberal arts 'educated' problem solving and associated messes'
.

LANL scientist's wife sentences to one year in spy case. Another liberal arts 'educated' expensive mess. But this is how they make money.

Decommissioned units of Four Corners Power Plant near Fruitland, New Mexico, are being dismantled.

Book prospective two videos with script.

Password reinstated at the Energy Pulse. Large-scale solar and wind generation of electricity scam/fraud evidence mounts.

High Lonesome wind farm/ranch field trip Saturday August 9, 2014.

Response! Social media works.

MSM liberal arts 'educated' password and posting rules violation attempt to regain media control ploy Twitter evidence.

Panama City Florida essential non-gas-wasting field trip. Pensacola naval air station field trip Monday June30, 2014.

NCH Wavepad software under scrutiny for distorting audios. Other audio editors should be tested.

G560 in Florida. Malwarebyte Professional installed on Ideal computer to test other audio editors.

NCH install required because it may interfer with operation of other editors.

PNM IRP 2014 final report draft request for information.

WPX Aztec Drilling videos.

In 2014, the coal market is expected to maintain its recovery because natural gas prices will continue to be high and utilities and power companies buy more coal to replenish dwindling inventories.

Oilman2 on fracking.

Erratic solar panel output results from clouds viz. A/V filed trip.

PRC emails and one from PNM IRP seen but not read. Yet. Claims forms?

Anasazi wall repair.

Anasazi wall reassembly, New Mexico attorney general Gary King, and recovery of our insured stolen $22,036.

Stepping stone one set. Three set. Got hot. Quit.

Deputy Director, Office of Nuclear Weapon Stockpile at National Nuclear Security Administration. phone threat call.

Solar will reduce carbon and water?.

Fly fishing photos and videos.

Friday May 23, 2014 16:00

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#irpa2

(505) 476-3313
brian.k.johnson@state.nm.us

Hello Mr Johnson,

You wrote
The first utility-scale wind power plant in New Mexico, near House, commenced operation in July 2003. Known as the New Mexico Wind Energy Center, it is 204 megawatts in capacity.
Nine turbines north of Hollywood and Vine not spinning despite strong wind on December 29, 2013.

Author of
The bottom line is that even if the permitting agency allows the salvage credit, the total net cost of decommissioning this project today would be $10.4 million ($83,900/turbine). Our analysis quantified the large scrap price and demo cost escalation risk being assumed by the local community. To protect the community, the permitting agency should require a bond of a minimum $100/K per turbine ($12.4 million) to capture demolition cost escalation risk. If the wind developer can convince the bonding company of the high salvage value, then they should be able to negotiate a lower rate for the bond. If they were right, there would be very little price difference for a larger $12+ million bond. Shift the risk to the bonding company. Let the developer and bonding company assume the price risk — not the community.

advised contacting the state agency involved in the permitting processthe New Mexico Wind Center.

Please send only documents addressing decommission of turbines which are no longer producing power.

Please provide these documents under the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA).

Please ack if you receive this email.

Please respond with electronic documents within 20 days.

If the Energy Conservation and Management Division is not the correct agency, then please direct me to the permitting agency.

regards,
bill

Phone message.





Decommissioning New Mexico Wind Center permit action started.

Wednesday May 21, 2014 08:25

Quay County
Richard Primrose - County Manager
Phone conversation.


 

Liberal arts 'thinking' email recently accumulating.

Not all liberal arts 'educated' think like most of them do. And not all 'engineers' think like engineers too.

Poland keeps eye on coal amid scramble for energy. Treason evidence accumulating?

Strange PNM email seen but not read in detail.

Ms Sponar third message not read yet.

Data from PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project required. And more data from New Mexico Wind Energy Center in addition to money PNM paid for Center electricity.

Comcast bill reduction? Motorola surfboard SB6141 a solution?

Back to money recovery and the liberal arts 'educated'.

xp kill attempts another liberal arts 'educated' activity.

Thursday May 15, 2014 06:52

Has question been answered?





Decommissioning wind audio Wednesday May 14, 2014.


Wednesday May 14, 2014 10:33

Texas Energy is Even Bigger Than You Think.



Natural gas 'experts' blunders explained by David Albin audio. April 8, 2014.



Tuesday May 13, 2014 10:36

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#sponar0513

Hello Ms Sponar,

Prosperity Solar production data apprears not be forthcoming despite your offer to render assistance.

Direct answer to the question of whether PNM shareholders have right to request data is perhaps more important than try to obtain data by other means?

Please reference corporate or other rules if there are any such rules.

If there are no such rules, then please state that no such rules exist.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Please respond by close of business Tuesdsay May 13, 2014.

regards,
bill 

PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project data pursuit.
Electricity supply
Profitable interruptions


[T]he rise in the use of renewable power, especially in Europe, has led to surges of supply on sunny and windy days and unpredictable lulls in conditions of cloud and calm. But that is a big opportunity for “demand-response” companies, which use computing power and clever algorithms to divert electricity from some consumers, such as factories or greenhouses, to users who need it more. ...

Fluctuations in wind and cloud can cause gluts or shortages within minutes. The conventional way to offset this is through gas, hydro or modern coal-fuelled power stations, which can be switched on or off quickly. ...

To be credible, demand response must be reliable. Grid managers want to know the power will be there when needed. That may favour the bigger demand-response companies—and the utilities, which could dominate the industry if they chose to enter it. Upstarts claim they have smarter algorithms. They say they are creating prime electricity out of subprime portfolios. That analogy will reassure neither customers nor rulemakers.

The Economist, May 10 2014 page 65
Yes, I have read it. As I said before, the current grid is not designed to effevtively distribute power from millions of small and highly variable sources (the green energy sources) to millions of consumers. Who will redesign the grid? Certainly not the large power generating companies since they have no incentives to spend billions of dollars to help their competition which is the millions of small green energy suppliers who do not have a cent to spare even with heavy government (tax payer) subsidies.

Author
New Renewable Energy Technologies: Status and Prospects - Part 2 - Wind Power.

New Mexcio Wind Energy data pursuit.

Ask Marilyn By Marilyn vos Savant

Do wind farms affect weatber, at least locally? — EdWard B, Vancouver Wash.

Yes, and the more wide- spread they become, the more these changes will go beyond the immediate area. Some effects, such as groupd warming and drying for miles around, are already known, but cumulative effects on the weather- especially if wind farming grows significantly — are unpredictable.

One point to note is that while wind farms are a source of renewable energy this doesn’t mean they — an other forms of renewable energy, for that matter— don't cause change. Even improved engineering of the turbines to reduce turbulence, etc. cannot eliminate the fact that the machines remove energy from the wind, and this will have an impact on the weather and ultimately the climate.

Parade Magazine, Sunday May 11, 2014 page 9

Below arrived in Monday May 12, 2014.



To everyone in the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Community:

Yesterday I went to a Rotary meeting and heard one of our a] talk about all the incredible changes in telecommunications and data storage that have occurred in just the last few years. It was mind-boggling.

While we were not talking about either the efforts of an Alumni Office in general or Shattuck-St. Mary’s in particular, my mind went there immediately. At SSM, we believe that connectioi communication are the keys to letting people know what’s happening at your School and with other alumni. We use Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and, yes, even snail mail to r these connections happen. Who knows what else we will add the mix in the months and years to come?

We may not know what new technology and networks will be but we do know that if we don’t have up-to-date contact information for you, both you and your School will miss out news, events like reunion, networking opportunities when ye need ajob or you relocate, and a myriad of other informatior

So, please “stay in the loop.” Complete the enclosed sheet a: return it to us. We will make sure you get all the informatiox about your School and we’ll make sure you feel connected tc next generation of alumni who are filling the seats in our classrooms today.

Thanks for your quick response! Thanks for staying in touci Sincerely,

Lonnie Schroeder
Director of Institutional Advancement
Cell: 507-330-1637
Office: 507-333-1637
lschroeder@s-sm.org






Recovery of our $22,036 stolen from the Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union would be impossible with the tecnology of which Ms Schroeder speaks.

Google images.

Shattuck School and Whitman College classmate Tom Bustard died.

Never fully recovered from auto crash, Tim Palmer told bill in 2006.

Shattuck-St Mary's - 50 Year reunion A class of 1956.

Timothy Palmer.

Bill and Charlotte's son, Thomas F. "Tom" Bustard

Driving through Cuba, NM on way to visit Fred Fair at the Bear Paw ranch near Regina, NM.

Fred unloading cases of wine from his plane on the Bear Paw landing strip bought at Trader Joe's i
n Albuquerque.

Rumsfeld article. Fred is personal friend of Rumsfeld.

Atilano Lane sign hanging from Rumsfeld fence.

http://www.prosefights.org/malwaretips/zenith.htm#gilg

Albuquerque, New Mexico to Las Vegas, Nevada Wednesday November 21-25, 2012.

Ted is one of bill's MS and PhD comupter science students.

View this email in your browser.


Tuesday May 13, 2014 15:43
Tuesday May 13, 2014 10:36

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#sponar0513

Hello Ms Sponar,

Prosperity Solar production data apprears not be forthcoming despite your offer to render assistance.

Direct answer to the question of whether PNM shareholders have right to request data is perhaps more important than try to obtain data by other means?

Please reference corporate or other rules if there are any such rules.

If there are no such rules, then please state that no such rules exist.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Please respond by close of business Tuesdsay May 13, 2014.

regards,
bill 

PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project data pursuit.
Electricity supply
Profitable interruptions


[T]he rise in the use of renewable power, especially in Europe, has led to surges of supply on sunny and windy days and unpredictable lulls in conditions of cloud and calm. But that is a big opportunity for “demand-response” companies, which use computing power and clever algorithms to divert electricity from some consumers, such as factories or greenhouses, to users who need it more. ...

Fluctuations in wind and cloud can cause gluts or shortages within minutes. The conventional way to offset this is through gas, hydro or modern coal-fuelled power stations, which can be switched on or off quickly. ...

To be credible, demand response must be reliable. Grid managers want to know the power will be there when needed. That may favour the bigger demand-response companies—and the utilities, which could dominate the industry if they chose to enter it. Upstarts claim they have smarter algorithms. They say they are creating prime electricity out of subprime portfolios. That analogy will reassure neither customers nor rulemakers.

The Economist, May 10 2014 page 65

New Mexcio Wind Energy data pursuit.

Ask Marilyn By Marilyn vos Savant

Do wind farms affect weatber, at least locally? — EdWard B, Vancouver Wash.

Yes, and the more wide- spread they become, the more these changes will go beyond the immediate area. Some effects, such as groupd warming and drying for miles around, are already known, but cumulative effects on the weather- especially if wind farming grows significantly — are unpredictable.

One point to note is that while wind farms are a source of renewable energy this doesn’t mean they — an other forms of renewable energy, for that matter— don't cause change. Even improved engineering of the turbines to reduce turbulence, etc. cannot eliminate the fact that the machines remove energy from the wind, and this will have an impact on the weather and ultimately the climate.

Parade Magazine, Sunday May 11, 2014 page 9

Below arrived in Monday May 12, 2014.



To everyone in the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Community:

Yesterday I went to a Rotary meeting and heard one of our a] talk about all the incredible changes in telecommunications and data storage that have occurred in just the last few years. It was mind-boggling.

While we were not talking about either the efforts of an Alumni Office in general or Shattuck-St. Mary’s in particular, my mind went there immediately. At SSM, we believe that connectioi communication are the keys to letting people know what’s happening at your School and with other alumni. We use Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and, yes, even snail mail to r these connections happen. Who knows what else we will add the mix in the months and years to come?

We may not know what new technology and networks will be but we do know that if we don’t have up-to-date contact information for you, both you and your School will miss out news, events like reunion, networking opportunities when ye need ajob or you relocate, and a myriad of other informatior

So, please “stay in the loop.” Complete the enclosed sheet a: return it to us. We will make sure you get all the informatiox about your School and we’ll make sure you feel connected tc next generation of alumni who are filling the seats in our classrooms today.

Thanks for your quick response! Thanks for staying in touci Sincerely,

Lonnie Schroeder
Director of Institutional Advancement
Cell: 507-330-1637
Office: 507-333-1637
lschroeder@s-sm.org






Recovery of our $22,036 stolen from the Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union would be impossible with the tecnology of which Ms Schroeder speaks.

Google images.

Shattuck School and Whitman College classmate Tom Bustard died.

Never fully recovered from auto crash, Tim Palmer told bill in 2006.

Shattuck-St Mary's - 50 Year reunion A class of 1956.

Timothy Palmer.

Bill and Charlotte's son, Thomas F. "Tom" Bustard

Driving through Cuba, NM on way to visit Fred Fair at the Bear Paw ranch near Regina, NM.

Fred unloading cases of wine from his plane on the Bear Paw landing strip bought at Trader Joe's i
n Albuquerque.

Rumsfeld article. Fred is personal friend of Rumsfeld.

Atilano Lane sign hanging from Rumsfeld fence.

http://www.prosefights.org/malwaretips/zenith.htm#gilg

Albuquerque, New Mexico to Las Vegas, Nevada Wednesday November 21-25, 2012.

Ted is one of bill's MS and PhD comupter science students.

View this email in your browser.

Finished boat trailer railer wiring.

Portable power and large-scale solar generation of electricity discussion. Power surge problems.

Norton apparently damaged Tunderbird on Saturday May 3, 2014. Malware seriousness increases.

Windows xp future?.

Inexpensive ... and one free digital multimeter comparisons.


Wednesday April 23, 2014 15:58

Wednesday April 23, 2014 15:58

Prosperity laboratory field trip videos and audios.

PNM Resources Shareholder Meeting to be held on May 15, 2014.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperity.htm#schwartz

Tuesday April 22, 2014 15:14



Subject: Your telephone message of 4/17
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 10:35:47 -0400
From: Schwartz, William William.Schwartz@hq.doe.gov
To: 'bpayne37@comcast.net' bpayne37@comcast.net

Mr. Payne:

I just returned to my office this morning and heard your message regarding a FOIA appeal. We have no record of receiving an appeal from you within the past month. Our mailing address is: Director, Office of Hearings and Appeals, HG-1, U.S. Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Ave., S.W., Washington, DC 20585-1615. You may also submit your appeal by fax to (202) 287-1415, or by e-mail to OHA.filings@hg.doe.gov.

If you have any questions about this message, please call me at (202) 287-1522.

Sincerely,

Bill Schwartz
Attorney-Advisor
Office of Hearings and Appeals
U.S. Department of Energy

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperity.htm#hellodirector



Subject: Re: Your telephone message of 4/17
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 15:39:15 -0600
From: william payne bpayne37@comcast.net
To: Schwartz, William William.Schwartz@hq.doe.gov
CC: Ann.Dunlap@NETL.DOE.GOV, "Laney, Karen" Karen.Laney@nnsa.doe.gov,
Integrated Resource Planning IRP@pnm.com, alexander.morris@hq.doe.gov,
Dave McCoy dave@radfreenm.org>, info@mathismedia.com,
evelin.wheeler@pnmresources.com, susan.sponar@pnmresources.com

Hello Mr Schwartz.

Link to appeal

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperity.htm#hellodirector

PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project Laboratory field data

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperityclouds.htm#laboratory

requires FOIAed details to possibly expose large-scale solar generation of electricity scam/fraud.

Please let us know DOE H&A's opinion on how to proceed.

regards,
bill


No ack DOE Hearing and Appeals phone call to Mr Bill Schwartz Thursday April 17, 2014.
Bureaucrats rarely answer phone for reason that the liberal arts 'educated' require time to 'think'.




No ack DOE Hearing and Appeals phone call to Mr Bill Schwartz Thursday April 17, 2014.
Bureaucrats rarely answer phone for reason that the liberal arts 'educated' require time to 'think'.





Performance improvement initiatives must include a focus on sustainability in today's energy industry.



Monday March 31, 2014 08:14

SENT VIA EMAIL

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperity.htm#hellodirector


Director
Office of Hearings and Appeals, HG-i,
U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Avenue SW
L'Enfant building,
Washington, DC 20585.
Freedom of Information Appeal

Hello Director,

This is an appeal of FOIA 14-00080-K pursuant to 10 CFR§1004.8.

Ms Elizabeth L Osheim, Deputy General Counsel,Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration wrote on February 26,2014
This letter is the final response to your December 13, 2013, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for verified equipment and installation costs (spreadsheet data] at the PNM Prosperity Solar Energy Storage facility.

We contacted fhe Sandia Field Office (SF0) about your request SF0 searched but found no responsive records. SF0, oversight for Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), forwarded your request SNL to search for records. SNL searched but found no responsive records.

Black and Veatch attached Table 3 so belief is that similar data has been collected for the PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project.

We ask to have this verified data within 20 working days.

Ploese ack if you receive this email.

regards,
william h payne
 
Notes

1 Second letter.
February 26,2014

ENT VIA EMAIL
bpayne37@comcast.net

Mr. William Payne
13015 Calle De Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111-2924

Dear Mr. Payne:

This letter is the final response to your December 13, 2013, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for verified equipment and installation costs (spreadsheet data] at the PNM Prosperity Solar Energy Storage facility.

We contacted fhe Sandia Field Office (SF0) about your request SF0 searched but found no responsive records. SF0, oversight for Sandia National Laboratories (SN L), forwarded your request SNL to search for records. SNL searched but found no responsive records.

You may appeal our inability to locate responsive records pursuant to 10 CFR§1004.8. Such an appeal must be made in writing within 30 calendar days after receipt of this letter, addressed to the Director, Office of Hearings and Appeals, HG-i, U.S. Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue SW, L'Enfant building, Washington, DC 20585. Your appeal must contain a concise statement of the grounds for the appeal and a description of the relief sought Please submit a copy of this letter with the appeal. Please clearly mark both the envelope and the letter Freedom of Information Appeal. Thereafter, judicial review will be available to you in the District of Columbia or in the district where (1) you reside, (2) you have your principal place of business, or (3) the Department's records are situated.

There are no fees chargeable to you for processing this request If you have questions concerning the processing of this request, please email karen.1aney@nnsa.doe.gov or write to the address above. Please reference Control Number FOJA 14-00080-K in your communication.

Sincerely,

Elizabeth L Osheim
Deputy General Counsel

2 First letter.
February 7, 2014

Mr. William Payne
13015 Calle De Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Re: Freedom of Information Act (FOJA) Request
HQ 2014-00319-F

Dear Mr. Payne:

This is in response to your FOJA request sent to this office for response by the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Information Resources. You asked for information regarding equipmen and installation costs at the Prosperity solar facility.

Enclosed are copies of documents located in the National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) files regarding participation in work at the Prosperity Switching Station. NETL was involved with the battery energy storage system at the site, not the solar (photovoltaic) portion; however, the enclosed documents are being sent because the work was performed under Cooperative Agreement No. DE-0E0000230 with the Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) which is linked to the Prosperity site.

Certain information was withheld pursuant to Exemption (b)(4) of FOIA including labor costs and cost share information.

Exemption (b)(4)
Information is withheld under Exemption 4 of FOIA (5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(4)) in order to protect trade secrets and commercial or financial information that are obtained from a person and that are privileged or confidential. The information is considered commercial because the companies submitted this information to DOE for the purposes of doing business with the federal government, The information was obtained from a person, because “person” covers a broad range of entities including corporations and associations. Nadler v. FDIC, 92 F.3d 93, 95 (2nd Cir. 1996). Information that is required to be submitted to an agency is confidential if its release is likely to cause either substantial harm to the competitive position of the submitter or impair the agency’s ability to obtain necessary information in the future. National Parks & Conservation Ass’n v. Morton, 498 F.2d 765 (D.C. Cir. 1974). The commercial information and business processes and strategies described in their applications were “required to be submitted” because they were a prerequisite to consideration for a financial assistance award.

Appeal Rights
As the FOIA Authorizing/Denying Official for NETL, I am responsible for making the above determinations with regard to your request.

DOE’s regulations provide that a denial of records, in whole or in part, may be appealed to DOE’s Office of Hearings and Appeals by writing to the Director of the Office of Hearings and Appeals, HG-i, Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 20585, within 30 days of receipt of this letter. Both the envelope and letter must be clearly marked “Freedom of Information Appeal.” Additional requirements of an appeal are set forth in 10 CFR § 1004.8(b). Judicial review is available if the appeal results in a determination adverse to you in the district in which you reside or have a principal place of business; in the district where the records are situated; or in the District of Columbia.

For your information, additional reports on this project can be found at the following several links: Project data sheet - http://www.smartgrid.gov/proiect/public service company new mexico pv plus battery simulta neous voltage smoothing and peak PNM Technology Performance Report - http://www.smartarid.gov/sites/defau1t/fi1es/pdfs/PNM TPR rev2 09 24 12.pdf Build Metrics Data NEPA EA - http :1/energy. ~ov/nepa/downloads/ea- 1754-final-environmental- assessmehttp ://www.epri .com/abstracts/Pages/ProductAbstract.aspx?ProductIdOOOOOOOOOOO 1026 445nt.

If additional information is needed, please contact Ann Dunlap, NETL’s FOJA Officer, at (412) 386-6167, or at ann.dunlap@netl.doe.gov.

Sincerely,

R. Paul Detwiler
Chief Counsel
Authorizing/Denying Official

Monday March 24, 2014 09:36

Above links google locate.

PV Plus Battery for simultaneous Voltage Smoothing and Peak Shifting.
Ronald.Staubly@netl.doe.gov
steve.willard@pnmresources.com

Technology Performance Report.

Build Metrics Data.

EA-1754: Final Environmental Assessment.

3 _____

 








4 Detiwiler letter does not legible documents so appeal time will begin when legible documents received from Ms Dunlap.

5

Morgan Stanley sees falling PV costs, Tesla’s big battery bet and rising electricity prices as cues for consumers to disconnect from the grid.



6 Affordable Solar office visit Friday March 28, 2014 to check possible
accuracy of PNM payments for solar-generated electricity audio.

PNM REC payments.

7 1,073,765 * .02 =



Black and Veach estimates Prosperity would earn per year? On investiment of .... .

8*

Monday April 21, 2014 06:37

David Albin 1 hour two minute last part of presentation audio with
audience questions.


http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/prosperity.htm#tylerstanford


Monday April 21, 2014 06:34

Hello Tyler,

Costs of maintenance and site staff may exceed electricity sales revenue PNM New Mexico Wind Energy Center PNM financial data suggests.

Then costs of demolition, safe disposal of equipment and landscape restoration is required for environmental reasons if the turbines can't be placed back into service?

Field Trip to NEXTEra's New Mexico Wind Energy Center revealed 9 turbines not spinning north of Hollywood and Vine.

Gear oil seen leaking down the side of spinning turbine 113.

Questions:

1 How much to clean up and replace seals on 113? Contractor bid please.

2 What is wrong with non-spinning turbines 50, 61, 64, 67, 81, 88, 94, 107 and 126?

Site employees verified responses please.

3 How much to repair and place back into service each of the above turbines. Contactor bids please.

4 How much to remove, safely dispose and restore landscape for any of the above turbines which are deemed unrepairable for economic reasons. Contractor bids please.

5How much federal money was spent on the New Mexico Wind Energy Center? Agency, amount, and year please.

Please ack if you receive this email.

And provide answers within 20 working days.

regards,
bill

Notes

1 ___

He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University ...
Therefore we expect better from you than other of the liberal arts 'educated' involved
in these unfortunate matters.

2 Anemometer arrived without battery and instructions. Microcontroller implementation.



Which software technology?

3 Billie Sol Estes.

4 Anadarko To Pay Record Settlement To Clean Up Kerr-McGee's 85-Year Toxic Legacy.

5 Case Summary: ASARCO 2009 Bankruptcy.

6 Faced with growing public anger about a poisonous environment, China's government released a years-long study that shows nearly one-fifth of the country's farmland is contaminated with toxic metals, a stunning indictment of unfettered industrialization under the Communist Party's authoritarian rule.

The report, previously deemed so sensitive it was classified as a state secret, names the heavy metals cadmium, nickel and arsenic as the top contaminants.

7 wind turbine demolition companies.

8 NextEra New Mexico Wind Energy Center in focus.

The bottom line is that even if the permitting agency allows the salvage credit, the total net cost of decommissioning this project today would be $10.4 million ($83,900/turbine). Our analysis quantified the large scrap price and demo cost escalation risk being assumed by the local community. To protect the community, the permitting agency should require a bond of a minimum $100/K per turbine ($12.4 million) to capture demolition cost escalation risk. If the wind developer can convince the bonding company of the high salvage value, then they should be able to negotiate a lower rate for the bond. If they were right, there would be very little price difference for a larger $12+ million bond. Shift the risk to the bonding company. Let the developer and bonding company assume the price risk — not the community.
9 Energy Ventures Analysis, Inc.

10*

Monterey fracking controvery. More viz :)

Prosperity computations.

Prosperity financial data.

Prosperity solar project google links.

Appeal thirty days computation time. No response Wednesday March 26, 2014 06:27

John Young email about NSA response to Snowden.

Prosperity battery supplier.

Ms Susan Sponar in focus. Ms Sponar sitting at the IRP login desk. With her little laptop.

Solar mostly subject of PNM IRP on Tuesday March 11, 2014. Draft report coming.

Liberal arts 'education' focus. Dr. George Bridges, having successfully completed many of the goals established at the outset of his 10 - year tenure, has announced that he will relinquish his role as Whitman’s President on June 30, 2015.

Teather.


Wednesday February 26, 2014 06:27

Natural Gas' Role in PJM.



http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#figure54

Saturday February 22, 2014 08:04

PNM/EPRI Smart Grid Demonstration.
PNM/EPRI work unnecessarily expensive.

Solar charge controller User's Manual English version.

Where Will Enphase and the PV Microinverter Market Go in 2014?



First Solar’s Quiet Reveal of Its TetraSun High-Efficiency Silicon.








http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#gas2coal

Hello IRP engineers,


 
Albuquerque Journal Wednesday February 18, 2014.

Perhaps PNM's announced decision to switch from coal to
natural gas, wind, and solar deserves rethought?

regards,
bill





Coenzoro van Javadwipa
Ayu Widaningsih · Friends with Coenzoro van Javadwipa
habib stop your mouth stupid pagan !!!



Habib Al Sabil.







More mood music.
Notes



1 POWER PLAY on the PLAINS. http://blockgbe.com/
Grainbeltexpress. Scam/fraud? Let's present New Mexico Wind Energy Center data.

NEXTera New Mexico Wind Energy Center PNM payment data suggests scam/fraud?

prosperity solar facility' next. Where is pnm page?

2 Commad and Control reading shifts thoughts to rename of 'Scorption Silhoutte named James' to more catchy title. American Genocide: A scorpion silhoutte named James.

Finished. Know what do do.

3 Autobody shop removed door panel to disover knocking noise. Lifetime repair warranty.

Autobody shop wanted to replace window on cr-v to fix knocking noise.

Jason removed door panel.

Bill analyzed to discover loose bolt source of noise.

Now to try to recover $55 paic to remove and replace door panel. Plus $10 tip to guy who discovered source of noise problem ... but did not fix by tightening bolt.

4


Friday February 21, 2014 09:28

Primary assigned task is to determine if large-scale solar generation of electricity is a scam/fraud.

Electricity output revenue at the New Mexico Wind Energy Center employee costs along with deferred maintenance or delayed turbine demolition and safe disposal costs raises more fraud/scam concerns.



http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#costs
Monday February 17, 2014 14:59



http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#ambekar



Dissecting the Internet of Things pdf.

http://www.prosefights.org/lenovog580/8toxp.htm#win81.
http://www.prosefights.org/malwaretips/malwaretips.htm.
http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm.








Mr. Payne -

Based on your voice mail message, I will process your request as submitted and send you what documents we have in our files.

Thank you.

Ann

Ann C. Dunlap
Paralegal Specialist
FOIA Officer

National Energy Technology Laboratory
U. S. Department of Energy
626 Cochrans Mill Road
P. O. Box 10940
M/S 922/M210
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
(412) 386-6167
(412) 386-5949 - fax
email: ann.dunlap@netl.doe.gov

From engineers we expect different response.



Bill,

The information you are requesting is the type of information that we are happy to provide in our regular IRP meetings. You are encouraged to ask the question at the meeting and you will receive an answer. The price per MWh for generation from the New Mexico Wind Energy Center is $27.25. Annual generation from the facility is:

2003 211,931
2004 514,414
2005 513,019
2006 528,567
2007 500,420
2008 577,506
2009 533,289
2010 552,242
2011 579,900
2012 546,321

2003 is a partial year because the facility was under construction and did not come on-line until sometime after mid year. 2013 generation through September was 340,119 MWh. A formal request under the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records act is unnecessary because PNM files this information with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission in public documents. Also, since PNM is not a public entity, the Public Records Act does not apply to PNM.

Thank you for your continued participation in our Integrated Resource Plan. You are one of the few who have been there from the beginning.

Pat O’Connell

Notes

Tuesday February 18, 2014 13:16

1 number of employees at new mexico wind energy center.

2 Employer Costs for Employee Compensation for the Regions – September 2013.

3 Google search for 'new mexico wind energy center' resulted in




Why?

Could this be the reason?



:)





Hello Bruce,

Either I knew you or knew of you when we were at Sandia. Your name is familiar.

Kent Parsons was our department manager while I was in 2311 in the weapons directorate.

Missing PNM New Mexico Wind Energy Center web page.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#eight

NEXTera revenue from PNM may be insufficient to pay the eight employees let alone pay for deferred maintenance or delayed turbine demolition and safe disposal?

Here's a link to the New Mexico Wind Energy Center field trip.

http://www.prosefights.org/xmas13/house.htm#fieldtrip

Look forward to speak with you again at the March 11 meeting.

regards,
bill


Thursday February 20 2014.



4 Arrived in mail Tuesday February 18, 2014.



Not opened.

5 The U.S. is Energized About Energy and the Environment as we Move into 2014.





6 Where are Natural Gas prices headed?









Mood music.

7 Retired Sandians discuss erratic output of wind and solar generated electricity on the grid ... and other topics too.

8 Obama orders new fuel standards for trucks.



Wednesday February 19, 2014.

9 In law, treason is the crime that covers some of the more extreme acts against one's sovereign or nation.






Wind and large-scale solar generation of electricity emerges as a branch of liberal arts 'education'? And of organized crime too?

NEXTera deferred maintenance or delayed demolition and safe disposal. Why?
Windows XP End of Life.

Fan/resistor/heat sensor photo. HooToo sent testing instructions. Test assembly.
G560 may require new disk and xp installation to fix?

Money recovery involves dealing with the liberal arts 'educated'.

Thursday February 6, 2014 19:45




Mood music.



Data can be obtained in three legal ways in New Mexico.

1 Freedom of Information Act if federal money involved.
2 Public Records Request.
3 Perhaps shareholder request?

Susan Sponar pnm.

Ms Sponar telephone message.



susan.sponar@pnmresources.com

New Mexico Wind Energy field trip

New Mexico Wind Energy Center employee won't answer question of purpose of rock dump at north base of turbine 58.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#patpra

Thursday January 30, 2014 14:49

Hello Pat,

This is a formal request under the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act.
Copies of verified records of all payments, number of kilowatt hours purchased for each payment, and cost per kilowatt hour for each payment for all power purchased from the New Mexico Wind Energy Center from January 1, 2003 until January 31, 2014.
I wish to receive electronic copies at bpayne37@comcast.net or post on the PNM IRP web site.

Please comply with request within 15 calendar days or request an extension of time.

If the request is denied, then please send a written denial.

Please ack if you receive this email.

regards,
bill
Notes

Thursday January 30, 2014 15:11

1 Requesting public records is easy.
(888) 843-9121 or info@nmfog.org

2 Inspection of Public Records Compliance Guide.

3



4



5



6



7

Subject: Notice about your Energy Central subscriptions
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 14:54:22 -0700
From: Energy Central <Service@energycentral.com>
To: bill payne <bpayne37@comcast.net>

Dear Energy Central Members,
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Tuesday February 4, 2014 13:49

8 Electricity generated at the New Mexico Wind Energy is sold exclusively to PNM, it is reported.
Wind turbines fall over in stong winds.

“More troubling for wind fleet owners and operators is that many turbines are coming off warranty. The end of last year marked the first time in U.S. history that more wind turbines were operating out of warranty than were covered, according to Wind Systems magazine, while many more are approaching the end of their warranties. Hidden costs of maintenance have climbed sharply, though some promising technologies may help reduce those costs, Energy Biz noted.

 


9



10 National Renewable Electricity Standard: Why raise electricity prices?



11 Some Economic Aspects of America's Energy Advantage



12 Caruba: Obama's War on America's Energy Needs





13 Protecting our Energy Grids to Create Safe and Secure Cities


Tuesday January 28, 2014 19:52







A storm with national implications is brewing in California





Bureaucrats usually do not answer the phone.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#dunlap2 

Tuesday January 28, 2014 14:23

Ann C. Dunlap
Paralegal Specialist
FOIA Officer
National Energy Technology Laboratory
U. S. Department of Energy

Voicemail to Ms Ann Dunlap.

Dunlap bokmark.




Tuesday January 28, 2014 19:48







A storm with national implications is brewing in California








Bureaucrats usually do not answer the phone.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#dunlap2 

Tuesday January 28, 2014 14:23

Ann C. Dunlap
Paralegal Specialist
FOIA Officer
National Energy Technology Laboratory
U. S. Department of Energy

Voicemail to Ms Ann Dunlap.

Dunlap bokmark.




Albuquerque Durango Colorado essential non-gas-wasting trip Saturday January 18-20,2014. Videos.
Problem?.
Wind and large-scale generation of electricity scam/fraud?


Tuesday January 21, 2014 06:00

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#laney4

Next step preparation.
My friend's last name is Ngo. Most people say that you pronounce it as you would say "no" but what is the authentic Vietnamese pronunciation?

Pronouncing "Ngo": The "ng" is same as the ng in "song". It is a nasal pronounciation. "O" is the same as the english "o". That gives you Ngow (nasal sound)



Tyler Gibbs.
Michael Novogradac.
Amthony Pedroni. 


Sunday January 19, 2014 16:23

Subject: RE: accountability and data vs open mouths, creative writing, and the graphic arts department

Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2014 13:07:13 -0800

PNM is dreaming. The problem with battery storage is twofold:

1. It does not scale. It is OK for small projects but does not scale to a State or even a small city like Albuquerque.

2. Batteries are notoriously bad because of their massive carbon dioxide footprint and environmental pollution issues associated with their manufacture and disposal.
____

Author and bill salmon fishing.

Intel goes ARM? We're investigating.
Fraud/scam wind generation of electricty photos.
Upgrade to xp from 7 or 8?.

Saturday January 18, 2014 10:56
 
Recovery of NCUSIF insured $22,036 stolen from our Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts increases as the public becomes more aware how the liberal arts 'educated' operate.

Before Internet, Facebook, Twitter the liberal arts 'educted' got away with this.

Liberal arts 'educated' journalists protect their breathern.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis

Fraud/scam wind generation of electricty photos?






http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#laney3










Thursday January 16, 2014 11:29

Hello Ms Laney,

You wrote
We reviewed your request for expedited processing and determined that it does not meet the requirements for compelling need under the FOIA.
but you apparently did not follow FOIA rules which requires
(6)

(A) Each agency, upon any request for records made under paragraph (1), (2), or (3) of this subsection, shall—

(i) determine within 20 days (excepting Saturdays, Sundays, and legal public holidays) after the receipt of any such request whether to comply with such request and shall immediately notify the person making such request of such determination and the reasons therefor, and of the right of such person to appeal to the head of the agency any adverse determination; and


http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/5/552

Please tell me the name, address, phone number and email address of the 'head of the agency' so that I can file an appeal.

Please do this by the close of business Friday January 17, 2014.

Regards,
bill





Anita Langley.






Friday January 10, 2014 18:52

Ms Candelaria phone conversation Thursday January 9, 2014.



Atttachment.

 





Text file of above.




Hossein Karimi.





Script

Audio of script conversation.

505-845-5862

Hello Ms Candelaria,

This is william payne at 505-292-7037.

Please provide a status report on progress to supply information on the PNM Prosperity Energy Storage Project in Freedom of Information Request HQ-2014-00319-F .

Thank you.

David Getts attended PNM IRP Thursday January 9, 2014.




Toppling wind turbine prevention?

Drone iPad video.

Software crash charging Tracforne LG840G cell phone with Harbor Freight charger. |

Stolen $22,036 in total focus. About :) But viz is the name of the game.


http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#chris2

 

DSO Nano V3 Survey Monkey.

DSO [Digital Storage Oscilloscope] Nano 10X 1X probe view position videos.


Friday November 15, 2013 06:41

 

Pro Se [for yourself] Fights - Comcast.net home.comcast.net/~bpayne37/? PNM Prosperity solar facility FOIA. ... Data in possession of PNM is likely to prove or disprove allegation that large-scale solar .... Phillips@pnmresources.com

When the wind blows The hopes, fears and worries of Europe’s quest for renewable energy Sep 7th 2013 was brought to my attention by John Sobolewski on September 9, 2013 when he handed me his copy of The Economist.
If at times Germany has too much of a good thing, at others it must suck power from nuclear plants across the border in France. And German ministers still worry about the risk of blackouts when the weather is cold, the sun does not shine and the wind does not blow.

Neighbours such as Poland and the Czech Republic complain that power surges from ermany are playing havoc with their grids
. ...

Another oddity is that Germany pays some of the lowest wholesale prices for electricity in Europe, yet suffers from some of the highest retail prices. Consumers are burdened with all manner of network fees, taxes and ever-growing charges to subsidise renewable energy.

Mr Swan in below article explains the problem of large-scale solar generation of electricity
As of the end of 2012 Germany had more than 30 GW of "nameplate" PV solar capacity and more than 30 GW of wind generation capacity. For a few hours around noon during windy spring days renewable energy regularly meets up to 40% or more of total German electrical requirements.

Unfortunately there is a large dark cloud towering above this silver lining. Despite ever-increasing generation capacity, wind and solar sources have failed to consistently produce power when it is needed or significantly reduce German dependence upon traditional thermal generation assets (coal and natural gas-fired plants and nuclear plants).  ...

PV Solar generation also displays a great deal of variability and of course is not available after sunset when electricity demand is still quite high. The seasonal variation of PV generation in Germany is even more disturbing with winter values less than a quarter of summer values.

With renewable generation varying by an order of magnitude across the seasons and sometimes within a few hours at night how has the German electrical sector managed to keep the lights on? By depending upon traditional thermal generating assets which must be kept fully operational as "spinning reserves" that are available at all times to back-up renewable sources.
and hence why large-scale solar generation of electricity may be a scam/fraud.

Xfinity/Comcast security audio.

McAfee malware.

Desktop boots super-fast. IE8 is super-buggy. Firefox replaces IE8. Xfinity server email won't read older messages. Thunderbird replaces IE8.

iPhone more electricity in a year than a refrigerator?

Windows XP security issues after April 8, 2014?. On the attack.

Friday November 1, 2013 12:49

Large-scale solar generation of electricity alledged to be a scam/fraud by some. Not us.

Data PNM possesses at its solar facilities can likely settle the issue.

Attempt to get the data by use of discovery failed because of Mr Ashley Schannauer's decision.

Citizen Action New Mexico director has other ideas on how to get the data.


http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#sonntag


Mountebanks? Yup.

Same class of mountbanks stole $22,036 from our NCUSIF-insured Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union saving accounts.
Friday November 1, 2013 12:33

Hello Ms Sonntag,

Data in possession of PNM is likely to prove or disprove allegation that large-scale solar
generation of electricity is a scam/fraud. Open mouths and creative writing by the liberal
arts 'educated' may support scam/fraud? 
"The NMBC works to improve the economy and quality of life for all New Mexicans.
We provide voter education and advocacy to eliminate government waste, high taxes,
corruption, unwarranted government intervention and morally bankrupt elected
officials."
goal is in-line with my request.

Listen to Citizen Action executive director's suggestion which led to asking my questions?

Fraud/scam comes into play by a bunch of liberal arts 'educated' mountebanks help with a decide
with a charade to raise electricity rates to subsidize large-scale solar generation.

Please try to answer my questions since my questions are "within the scope of NMBC operations'

Regards,
bill







New Mexico Business Coalition Hi Bill. Thanks for taking an interest in the New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC). The NMBC works to improve the economy and quality of life for all New Mexicans. We provide voter education and advocacy to eliminate government waste, high taxes, corruption, unwarranted government intervention and morally bankrupt elected officials. Your question about shareholder rights concerning a private business does not fall within the scope of NMBC operations.

Post link.
 
Thursday October 31, 2013 09:33

Large-scale solar generation of fraud alleged in New Mexico. Data PNM possesses will likely confirm or deny allegations.

PRC hearing examiner Ashley Schanaur is somewhat in focus.

What to do? And speculate on might work. Liberal arts 'educated' creativity required.

PNM SHAREHOLDER ACTION.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.ht#schannaur

Mr Ashley Schannauer email posted.
BEFORE THE NEW MEXiCO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION


IN THE MATTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE              )
COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO'S                        )
RENEWABLE ENERGY PORTFOLIO                  )
PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2014 AND              )
PROPOSED 2014 RIDER RATE                        )
UNDER RATE RIDER NO.36                            ) Case No. 13-00183-UT
                                                                )
                                                                )
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF                      )
NEW MEXICO,                                             )
Applicant.                                                   )
ORDER DESIGNATING EMAIL AS PUBLIC COMMENT


THIS MATTER comes before the Hearing Examiner pursuant to an email (attached as Exhibit A) received from William H. Payne on September 20, 2014. The email is styled as a "Motion for Leave to Intervene and Request for Discovery" in this case. The email, however, refers to PNM's Integrated Resource Planning (flU') process, not to the issues in this case. The email does not satisfy the requirements for intervention in this case (i.e., filing with the Commission, service of the filing upon the parties to the proceeding, statement of the movant's interest in the proceeding), so, to the extent there is a request for intervention, it will not be granted.

IT IS hEREBY ORDERED:

1. Mr. Payne's emailed request to intervene in this case is denied.

2. The Commission's Records Bureau should file the attached Exhibit A as a public comment in this case.

ISSUED at Santa Fe, New Mexico, this September 30, 2012.

NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

Ashley C. Schannauer
Hearing Examiner


1.2.2.22 INVESTIGATIONS BY COMMISSION:

A. Investigations by the commission: The commission may at any time investigate any matter within its jurisdiction.

B. Proceedings filed by the commission of its own motion: Formal proceedings may be initiated by the commission to consider any matter within its jurisdiction against any person either by notice, order to show cause, order to cease and desist, or other process. In such cases the notice, order to show cause, or other appropriate process shall contain:

(1) specifications of all the matters to be considered and such specifications shall fairly indicate what the respondent is to meet;

(2) a demand for such information and disclosures as the commission may deem necessary to the question under investigation;

(3) notice of the time within which such information and disclosures must be filed;

(4) the time and place set for public hearing; and

(5) if the commission deems necessary, the manner of notice to the public or to ratepayers.

[1.2.2.22 NMAC - Rp, 17 NMAC 1.2.25, 9-1-08]

PRC employee Jim Williamson June 6, 2013 email posted.


Wednesday October 30, 2013 06:39

New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA).

Opened on wife's 73 brithday.

Her money was stolen.






Destop XP installation tutorial.

Malware installation an unfortunate unintended consequence of recent installation of Adobe Flash player of Google toolbar?

Salmon 2013 videos restored.

7 Most Underemployed Majors.

Large-scale solar generation of electricity fraud in New Mexico?

Invisibility is a tool of the liberal arts 'educated' which must be overcome.

Battery charging Werker 12 V 9Ah experiments. No Moore's law for batteries and Kill A Watt price reduction. Solar charging Werker 12 V 9 Ah battery ended. Float charging from grid about finished.

Casio calculator G189 Alkaline solar calculator TWO WAY POWER

Conext 900AVR works! videos.

Friday September 20, 2013 14:46

Hello Mr Ashley Shannauer,



BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO'S RENEWABLE ENERGY PORTFOLIO PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2014 AND PROPOSED 2014 RIDER RATE UNDER RIDER 36

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,
Applicant  
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)



Case No. 13-00183-UT

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#rider36

William H Payne, author of the PNM Alternate Report: Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027, and intervenor in CASE NO. 11-00369-UT in compliance with NMAC 1.2.2.23A hereby requests to intervene.
1.2.2.23 INTERVENORS AND COMMENTERS: A. Intervention: Any person other than staff and the original parties to a proceeding who desires to become a party to the proceeding may move in writing for leave to intervene in the proceeding.

(1) The motion for leave to intervene shall indicate the nature of the movant’s interest in the proceeding.


(2) The motion shall also comply with the provisions of this rule governing pleadings except that the motion shall indicate the facts relied upon as grounds for intervention.


(3) Motions for leave to intervene shall be served on all existing parties and other proposed intervenors of record.
states:

1 Nature of interests in the proceeding are:
A PNM IRP team chose not supply requested data.

Monday August 26, 2013 07:46

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/irp2014.htm#pat1

Hello Pat,

Quantification of concerns expressed in
Green crowd wants renewable energy produced at any cost

By Donna L. Crawford Los Lunas resident

Referring to the Aug. 12 Business Outlook “Lines Drawn in San Juan Debate, PNM wants gas and nuclear to replace coal, but environmentalists want renewables.”

Of course they do; the environmentalists have a one-track mind and will accept nothing less than wind, solar and biomass to power your electricity.

No matter that it’s unreliable! No matter what it costs!

Cost is not a factor to the greenie crowd; they are going to “save the planet,” and they’ll do whatever they must to accomplish their goal; the end justifies the means.

If you have to pay way more for electricity, that’s OK with them. You have to pay for what you’ve done to the planet, whatever they think that is. ...

Albuquerque Journal Wednesday August 21, 2013 page A11.
argues for agenda item for the irp team.

Experiment results with one 15W and three 5W solar panels, a charge/load controller, inverters, and AC charger reveal that AAA, AA, 9V and 12V 34 Ah AGM battery solar charging is several orders of magnitude more expensive than grid charging.

No economies of scale in solar/electricity output make extrapolation possible?

PNM surely possesses the data from its Solar Energy Centers [1 2] for cost computations.

Wind data from its Wind Energy Center can can be used for similar computations.

Prototype Excel sheets are attached

1 Solar
2 Wind

is my contribution.

Please provide verified cost of equipment for the Alamogordo, Albuquerque, Deming, Las Vegas, Los Lunas, Prosperity and Algodones solar facilities.

Then verified costs for installation of the equipment at each of the sites.

Please provide verified equipment cost for the
New Mexico Wind Center.

And verified installation costs.

Please ack if you receive this email.

And respond to wether the IRP group is going to supply requested verified data sheets for each date by Tuesday September 3, 2013.

And if not, why not.

Regards,
bill


B Rather Existing System Information 2014-2033 INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLAN foils distributed on Tuesday September 17, 2013 contained



 

C Correctness of claims is currently unsupported by data.

D No equipment, installation, maintenance and safe disposal costs are included.

E 310 Solar engineer and CNM solar instructor expressed concern on lack of "oversight" for PNM deployment of toxic First Solar Cadmium panels in New Mexico audio, recorded August 15, 2013.

Pollution examination warranted.
3 WHEREFORE,
Grant motion to intervene with Discovery as allowed under TITLE 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES PART 2 PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION RULES OF PROCEDURE 1.2.2.25 DISCOVERY.

Respectfully submitted this September 20, 2014.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date




BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO'S RENEWABLE ENERGY PORTFOLIO PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2014 AND PROPOSED 2014 RIDER RATE UNDER RIDER 36

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,
Applicant  
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)



Case No. 13-00183-UT


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY was sent on September 20, 2013 by e-mail to the persons whose e-mail addresses are listed below.

Ben.Phillips@pnmresources.com
JTaylor@nmag.gov
lmartinez@nmag.gov
Fornaciari@hinklelawfirm.com
randy@childresslaw.com
stacey@childresslaw.com
wtempleman@cmtisantafe.com
smichel@westernresources.org
jcurl@westernresources.org
mark.fenton@pnmresources.com
pgouldlaw@gmail.com
portiz@cuddymccarthy.com
mary.homan@nmgco.com
thomas.domme@nmgco.com
nwinter@stelznerlaw.com
bthroneatty@newmexico.com
cfw@keleher-law.com
sthies@ci.alamorgordo.nm.us
gizamora@ci.santa-fe.com
dtourek@cabq.gov
sra,ps@doeal.com
e-m-k@msn.com
snaijar@aol.com
jalbright@irlaw.com
jkumar@etcinc.biz
jlesky@leskylawoffice.com
lcampbell@abqenergy.com
michael_mcelrath@fmi.com
carmela@prosperityworks.net
jporterlara@gmail.com
nancy.burns@state.nm.us
ctccolumbia@aol.com
cstarace@me.com
lpk@nm.net
mariel@seedsbeneathesnow.com
jeffhhass@aol.com
jkeyes@keyesandfox.com
khiggins@energystrat.com
bill.brancard@state.nm.us
hgeller@swenergy.org
singer@westernlaw.og
jkcliburn@gmail.com
ekolberg@abcwua.org
jdrake@modrall.com
kboehm@bklawfirm.com
joannereuter@comcast.net
ereyes@comverge.com
jaherz@sawvel.com
ckolberg@abcwua.org
stephen.chriss@wal-mart.com
mquaid@swenergy.org
sanders@enrionmentnewmexico.org
stephen.fischmann@gmail.com
dgegax@nmsu.edu
ken.baker@wal-mart.com
flacey@comverge.com
tcaswell@comberge.com
mdmartinez@santafenm.gov
dwight.lamberson@state.nm.us
john.reynolds@state.nm.us
bruno,carrara@state.nm.us
vincent.decesare@state.nm.us
ashley.schannauer@state.nm.us
bpayne37@comcast.net

William H Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Suspicious? ;)

US destruction may be on Obama's agenda?

Discussed in Ilwaco, WA while salmon fishing in 2012.






Google 'ryan crocker j orlin grabbe. 

Mariposa Rio Rancho, New Mexico field trip Wednesday September 4, 2013. Water and sewer rate increases.

Saturiday September 07, 2013 06:57

Located PRC employee Jim Williamson's June 6, 2013 email on the claim forms.

Jillson wrote checks for $22,036 on our NCUSIF insured retirement-protected savings accounts.



OR, Vlad Putin pulls together an escalation against the US which has the potential to light of WW III:

 




Nuclear 'accident' on US carrier?

Dr Richard Sauder encounters.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/mariposa.htm#vespinosa




Recovery of NCUSIF insured $22,036 stolen from our Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts improves as New Mexico PRC member Valeria Espinosa becomes more visible.



Claim forms pursuit resumes by posting PRC employee Jim Williamsom's June 4, 2013 email
 

PNM's 2014 Integrated Resource Plan. Response to reqest for DATA posted.

http://www.prosefights.org/irp2014/facebookcomplaint.htm#complaint

Purgatory, CO. CNN Saturday August 31, 2013 possible hack attack links. Syria and Iran.

DOCSIS 3. ALERT!

Saturday August 17, 2013 08:18

Understimation of the power of msm is a bad mistake.

Who paid for article? And Why? The literary arm of the solar generation of electricity inndustry?

Liberal arts 'educated' journalists are going into altenergy.

MSM liberal arts 'educated' journalists are losing their jobs.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis


http://www.prosefights.org/energypulse/renewableenergyworld.htm#msm
 
“In much of the country, the Geostellar Solar Index shows that homeowners can actually generate more wealth with solar panels than stocks, bonds, CDs or other investments,” Geostellar CEO David Levine told Solar Reviews. “The index’s findings show residential solar power is not only viable, it’s a wise investment.” ... [Investigation in New Mexico continues.]

Yet even as those in favor of solar power are celebrating victories along the way, there are new roadblocks appearing. Armed with support from the American Legislative Exchange Commission (ALEC), Arizona’s state utility company is proposing to cut back savings on solar power users by implementing fees that could raise utility costs by as much as 20 percent.  












Saturday August 17, 2013 07:04

Solar generation of electricity is primary interest.

Water pumping with solar generated electricity is another interest.

Two solar/electric water feature systems are in operation on property.

Austin, TX water pumping is reported to be the largest consumer of electricity, it is reported.

http://www.prosefights.org/drought/abcwua.htm#meade


 
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which manages water in 17 Western states, announced its first-ever water-release reduction from Lake Powell to Lake Mead, citing the worst 14-year drought period in 100 years

Since the start of a persistent drought, inflows to Lake Powell have been below average, leading to a drawdown of the lake that continues to the present. From 2000 through 2004, inflow to Lake Powell has been only about half of its long- term average (Reclamation 2004). As a result, the lake has dropped from nearly full in 1999 to approximately 30 percent of capacity in mid- March 2005, with the current lake elevation at 3,557 feet, less than 70 feet higher than the minimum level necessary for the NGS water intake pumps to remain operational.


Float charging two 12V 34Ah AGM batteries.


NMGGO activity.

Beginning J2ME LG SDK 1.5 and Oracle/Sun J2ME 2.5.2_01 wireless toolkit. Sun and LG builds complete.

Thursday August 8, 2013 20:32

The US government attacks thousands of its citizens each year, we were told by a former BLM employee. And Department of Interior former employee too.

What's different here is

1 that the feds are involved in theft of NCUSIF insured $22,035 stolen from the Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union,

2 reason involved genocide, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Donald Rumsfled, Ryan Crocker, and Jimmy Carter involved.

C-130 YMC-130H Lockheed Hercules flight test accident crash.

Operation Eagle Claw.

3 NSA,

4 Iran,

5 possible near-term future electricity increased costs and shortages,
Five new generators are on track for completion this decade, including two reactors approved just a few weeks ago (the first new reactor approvals in the US in over 30 years). Those will add to the 104 reactors that are already in operation around the country and already produce 20% of the nation’s power.

Those reactors will eat up 19,724 tonnes of U3O8 this year, which represents 29% of global uranium demand. If that seems like a large amount, it is! The US produces more nuclear power than any other country on earth, which means it consumes more uranium that any other nation. However, decades of declining domestic production have left the US producing only 4% of the world’s uranium.

With so little homegrown uranium, the United States has to import more than 80% of the uranium it needs to fuel its reactors. Thankfully, for 18 years a deal with Russia has filled that gap. The “Megatons to Megawatts” agreement, whereby Russia downblends highly enriched uranium from nuclear warheads to create reactor fuel, has provided the US with a steady, inexpensive source of uranium since 1993. The problem is that the program is coming to an end next year.

The Upside to a Natural Gas Downturn
Marin Katusa, for The Daily Reckoning
Monday April 2, 2012

6 liberal arts 'educated' going into energy, especially altenergy - solar and wind.

7 MSM liberal arts 'educated' journalists are losing their jobs.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis
8 Internet, Facebook, Twitter, blogs.

Time is right to post New Mexico PRC employee Jim Williamson's email
Here.



http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#wax


 
Emily Wax
The Washington Post

[Below article appeared inThe Sunday Journal, August 4, 2013, page C6]

After the whistle: Revealers of government secrets share how their lives have changed.

[Wax's above article may be a US government ploy to try to discourage whistleblowers?
Ms Wax is working for the feds? Oy vey!
As owner of the Washington Post, Jeff Bezos will have an opportunity to transform how the money-losing newspaper generates revenue in an industry desperately in need of a makeover.

Jesselyn Radack.
Government Acccountability Project.



Radack articles.]

Whistle-blowers: leaders paying a price for ethical choices.




Monday August 5, 2013 10:17

Chama, New Mexico relaxing and fun viz trip 3-4 August 2013.

http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#grabbe

NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict - The Home Page of J ...orlingrabbe.com/speccoll.htm?Cached SimilarNSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict. by J. Orlin Grabbe. One of the dirty little secrets of the 1980s is that the U.S. regularly provided Iraq's Saddam Hussein ...

continues to disappear from Internet.

Let's post a backup copy.

Reference 7.

Directly related to our insured $22,036 stolen from Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings acccounts.



The name "Barobax" is a satirical reference to the pronunciation of the Persian bar o bacheha "kids" or "friends") by the wealthier uptown citizens of North Tehran

Nima Khezr

Ouch3.

J Orlin Grabbe felled legionaire.

Arabesque.

Warrior.

scorpion silhouette named james.

Google Images.


Thursday August 1, 2013 15:54

 


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgcoenergyefficiency/nmgcoenergyefficiency.htm#flyer



Attachment .doc.

Included with July NMGCO bill



Renewable Energy World Question response. High Lonesome wind farm field trip Sunday July 28, 2013.

LG 840G Mass storage USB File transfer tutorial.

ROMed Java? and container flower arranging.

Keep focus on the insured stolen $22,036 recovery. And book contract.

And the liberal art 'educated' ploys. Whitman college, 1956-59, taught us how they operate.

Subject: The Big Question View the online version here Renewable Energy World Magazine. See what's coming? :)

http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#marks

New Mexico Gas Company energy efficiency meeting Jully 11, 2013 13:30.

aapodaca@seminoleenergy.com
Phone: (505) 514-5470

Tracfone LG 840G Voice Recorder maximum record length Sunday July 14, 2013.

Best Buy Rocketfish MICRO BLUETOOTH® ADAPTER Tutorial. Saturday July 13, 2013 06:29

LAS CRUCES CRACKDOWN ON FALSE ALARMS BEGINS — Enforcement and fines for a new Las Cruces ordinance regulating alarm systems for commercial businesses and homes start Thursday. City statistics showed that 99 percent of the 8,846 alarm calls those departments responded to last year were false. The estimated cost to city taxpayers was $400,000.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 4:00:12 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider


Tuesday July 30, 2013 17:46

Kent Walz, Editor of the Albuquergue Journal is brother of lawyer Jerry Walz, journal writer Scott Sandlin [female] reported.

http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#walz

EDITORIALS

Federal seizure makes the law work backward It is not a crime to do business in cash or to carry cash.

But federal agents in New Mexico have a penchant for seizing assets and money and being very reluc- tant to return them even when they haven't filed charges.

That's why Albuquerque used car dealer Reza Ella is in court fighting the Department of Homeland Security's attempt to keep $841,883.84 it seized from his business and personal bank accounts.

The feds allege Ella's business doesn't generate enough sales to account for more than $1.7 million he ~iag deposited in local banks over 11 months. They say tie has kept the cash deposits under the $10,000 limit that triggers currency transaction reports being filed with the Department of the Treasury.

Someone who "structures" deposits or withdrawals to avoid the reports is subject to penalties.

Ella, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Iran, says fed- eral agents started visiting him around the time of the 9/11 attacks and he thinks the forfeiture a~t1on is because of his Iranian name and background. The U.S. Attorney's Office says that is not so.

In 2007, federal prosecutors seized nearly a half mil- lion dollars from Ella, but he got all but $12,000 ofit back. He wasn't charged with a crime then, and isn't now.

The feds have filed a civil forfeiture action to keep the assets. Instead of the government having to prove the accused's guilt, Ella must now prove he has a legitimate source for the seized assets and did not deliberately structure deposits to avoid federal reporting laws.

This is backward. If there's a case to be made, the feds should pursue criminal charges. If not, the assets should be returned.

Albuquerque Journal Tuedsay July 30, 2013 page A7

Sunday July 7, 2013 08:01

 
EIA: US reactor retirements to cut summer nuclear capacity by 3%



What makes it unique and a potential game changer in the electricity industry is the flexibility and dispatchability of its power, meaning that it can deliver electricity whenever it is needed by customers; and its cost, which already beats diesel, is competitive with new build coal and gas generation.



De Soto Memorial field trip pics and videos.

Saturday July 6, 2013 08:27

Snowden Is Offered Asylum by Venezuela.




http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#bonner
 
The Reality of America
by Bill Bonner

Poor Edward Snowden. The man performed a valuable public service. He should have gotten a medal on this Independence Day. Instead, he will have to face the music.

"As Snowden looks for asylum, doors slam around the world," says the International Herald Tribune.

Tuesday, the Russians seemed to close their doors to him. Ecuador seems to be withdrawing its invitation. Venezuela and Bolivia are still possibilities.

But like Julian Assange, he may be forced to hole up in some gloomy embassy. Or worse, he may be handed over to the U.S. for a full program of torture. Yes, they could force him to watch TV! Or a Senate hearing! Or listen to Lee Greenwood whine on the radio!

He will surely want to slit his wrists after a few hours... saving the feds the cost of killing him.

Yes, the music Snowden will face if he is delivered to the Americans will be grim. He will be charged with treason... which comes with a funeral dirge.

Here at The Daily Reckoning, we are shoulder to shoulder with Snowden. "He broke the law," say the news reports. That's what we admire about him. Sometimes the law needs to be broken.

America circa 2013: History will record that laws grew up like kudzu.

One law told people they had to have health insurance, whether they wanted it or not. Another told them what they could do with their money... another gave them the right to ingest certain things, but not others.

The proliferation of laws made more and more things unlawful. You cannot smoke a cigarette where you please. You cannot have a private conversation. You cannot do this... but you must do that.

This trend gave lawmakers -- including midlevel bureaucrats and unnamed officials -- more and more power. And took power away from ordinary citizens, who were convinced that it made sense to limit their rights more and more to preserve their freedom.

And every day during the summer of 2013, the sun shone and the kudzu grew and wrapped itself around their necks. Did they fail to report a $5 tip? Did they forget to separate their garbage? Or dare to fix a clogged toilet without a permit? Americans were so proud of their freedom they didn't notice how fast they were losing it.

They didn't notice (how could they?) the huge growth in secret organizations around Washington. They could scarcely remember going through an airport without standing in "security" lines with their belts and shoes in their hands. They had to assume (what else could they do?) that public officials really were working to make their lives safer and more prosperous.

But as more and more things could get you into trouble (more than anyone could possibly keep track of), it became more and more important to keep one's affairs private.

Likewise, the controllers found it ever more convenient to tap phones and record private email conversations. Who knows when you might say something they could use against you!

Is the kind of "big data" the feds are gathering useful? Our friend Nassim Taleb tells us that they are probably less accurate... or more prone to misconstruction... than the feds believe:

"We're more fooled by noise than ever before, and it's because of a nasty phenomenon called ‘big data.' With big data, researchers have brought cherry-picking to an industrial level.

"Modernity provides too many variables, but too little data per variable. So the spurious relationships grow much, much faster than real information. In other words: Big data may mean more information, but it also means more false information."

But this is just great for the feds. They know perfectly well that the fight against terror is a pretext. They are zombies. The real goal of zombies is to increase their power and wealth at someone else's expense. And for that, false information is better than the real thing.

False information can show anything you want it to show -- even that a 93-year-old great-grandmother is a threat to the nation.

Lies are more valuable, to them, than the truth.

Edward Snowden came out and revealed the extent to which the feds -- under the guise of protecting us from terrorism -- are keeping track of everyone and everyone's business.

This was deeply disturbing to thoughtful people... if there still were any who feared the rise of an all-knowing, all-powerful Big Brother state from which no secrets are kept and from which no desires are hidden.

And it was disturbing too to the Big Brothers. They insist on knowing everything about everybody else's business. But they made it a crime to reveal what they were up to! In short, nobody likes a snitch... and a snoop especially dislikes a snitch.

Snowden was paid to snoop, not to snitch.

He was paid to break the law and lie about it. And now he may have to face the law and pay the price for telling the truth.

Regards,

Bill Bonner
July 5, 2913





Anna Maria beach walk, Heritage museum, De Soto memorial, Island tackle essential non-gas-wasting trips.

Chapters outline for 'Scorpion silhouette name James' under mental construction began at De Soto memorial.
Writing commences Wednesday evening July 3, 2013 at sister-in-law's home in Bradenton, FL.

Florida Monday July 1-10, 2013.

Senator Tom Udall sent email Friday. Amercian's for Prosperity forwaded carbon tax email to Udalll?

Abiquiu fishing trip Friday June 28, 2013.

Vacation June 6-18, 2013 wind turbine and flyfishing pages added.



Sunday June 23, 2013 16:35

Liberal 'educated' Mark Mathis of MATHIS MEDIA and lawyer Jason Marks [Reed College] may have a role in getting matters settled.



http://www.washingtontimes.com/staff/shaun-waterman/

Energy is a new interest for both of these liberal arts 'eucated' individuals.

I write for money.

Solar charge controller User's Manual
English version

How are those who pay us to write going to make money from what we write?

Solar and wind generation of electrity writers have figued this out. They are shills.

Our solution figured out too,

Expose them in a book. Hopefully best seller[s].

Past book advances always exceeded book profits.

But this time we may have one or more best sellers?

Albert Gore willing, of course.

'scorpion silhouette named james' may be one.

Google Images may have ensured this?

And 5,156 Facebook notifications as of Sunday June 23, 2013.


http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#snowden

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NSA Leaker Asks for Asylum in Ecuador.

Snowden leaves Hong Kong, may be heading for Venezuela.





Toward a more thoughtful conversation on stories.

Dean Wright on YouTube.

Dean Wright on the Reuters Handbook of Journalism on YouTube..

Snowden extradition in hands of Hong Kong government.



U.S. Seeks Snowden Extradition After Espionage Charges.

Prosecutors file Espionage Act charges against Edward Snowden



Another liberal arts 'educated' incompetent charade?

But this is the way they make money.

Energy is also a new focus, as evidenced by Mr Mathis and Mr Marks.

Edward Snowden's espionage charges met in Hong Kong with silence.

No clear answers why Snowden remains free despite US request for his arrest.

Snowden charges first step in long extradition process.

Reuters comment response.



Snowden is a big bucks business opportunity for liberal art 'educated' which includes MSM and lawyers.

NSA leaker Snowden’s clearance had ‘problems’; firm that vetted him under probe





What the NSA Does With the Data It Isn't Allowed to Keep

http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#superviiz

NMGC Energy Efficiency Public Advisory Meeting - July 11.

3 NSA veterans speak out on whistle-blower: We told you so .

America's water system-its treatment plants and pipes-is in need of very serious repair if the country is to have safe drinking water, experts say. And it won't come cheap.



http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#espinosa


Wednesday June 5, 2013 15:45

Valerie Espinoza, Vice-Chair Commissioner - District 3
Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.us
1120 Paseo De Peralta
P.O. Box 1269
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504
(505) 827-4533


http://www.prosefights.org/claimforms/claimforms.htm#espinosa


Wednesday June 5, 2013 15:45

Hello Commissioner Espinosa,

Apparent nonsensical
1. Lacking intelligible meaning: a nonsensical jumble of words



did not address why requested claim forms for loss of insured $22,036 from Sandia Federal Credit Union were not sent.

PRC Insurance Division supervisor Mr Ron Martinez informed me that the Insurance Bureau has forms to submit when an insurance claim is not paid.

Supervisor Martinez's subordinate John Gaherty verifies existence of claims forms.



$22,036 stolen from our Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts was
insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.

Strategy of not sending claim forms which are know to exist appears to be ploy which worked prior to Internet, Facebook and Twitter.

Reason ploy worked is that the media was controlled by the liberal arts 'educated'.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis, New Mexico author too.
Visibility surrounding the stolen $22,036 ensures public scrutiny.

New Mexico law is clear:
Whoever commits fraud when the value of the property misappropriated or taken exceeds twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) is guilty of a second degree felony.
Here's the penalty.
(5) for a second degree felony, nine years imprisonment;
I ask that you and the other commissioners direct the PRC Insurance Division to send the claim forms it acknowledges it has by June 18, 2013.

Please act if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill 

Distribution

KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us
Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us
T.Becenti@state.nm.us
Ben.Hall@state.nm.us
mayorberry@cabq.gov

Vacation 2013. Drip system working. Between 1/3 ti 1/2 of drippers proved faulty.

Solar battery charging experiments.

Email from Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Patty A Jenkins received and may be read.

Solar charge controller User's Manual
English version

Water and electricity Overbuilding field trips.

http://www.prosefights.org/drought/homegarden.htm#gridtie


Saturday April 27, 2013 20:22

Water and electricity Overbuilding problems?.

Roofing project Wednesday April 24-26, 2013 completed.

Some appear to be same class of people who stole our $22,036.

Looking Ahead at Water in the Metropolitan Area: Will Water Limits Effectively "Douse" Economic and Agricultural Growth Tuesday, April 23, 2013 3:00 PM MT


http://www.prosefights.org/drought/abcwua.htm#solarpanels




http://www.prosefights.org/drought/abcwua.htm#jenkins

The Coming Crisis in Electricity Generation






How many solar panels required to run ABCWUA's water pumps? :) 





*Rough estimates possible?
fast neutron
Santa Fe, NM
January 12, 2009

From actual experience, wind farms produce 1.2 watts per square meter. Solar Thermal and Photovoltaic methods capture 5 to 6 watts per square meter. There is no economy of size in either technology. Dividing the watts you need by those values gives the land area in square meters needed to produce the juice. The numbers are astronomical

http://www.topix.net/forum/source/santa-fe-new-mexican/T0QVJ5UD3R25C8HRL
124490617/4871 = 25,558

25,558 * 12 = 306,696 panels
The 35 MW Webberville Solar Farm, located in Webberville, Texas, is the largest photovoltaic array in Texas. It is made up of 127,728 Trina Solar solar panels.

Mesquite Solar 1 uses 800,000 solar panels from Suntech Power.

Chinese banks subsequently filed to place Suntech’s main unit, Wuxi Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., into insolvency.
Dimensions (L x W x H) 1632 x 986 x 42 mm 64.25 x 38.82 x 1.65 in

64.25 * 38.82 = 2494.185 in2

2495 * 306,696 =765206520 in2

765206520/(12 * 12) = 5313935 ft2

Square root 5313935 = 2,306 ft on a side.

$12,480 * 25,558 = $318,963,840


Field trips to DPW Solar and MCT roof top solar in Bernalillo, NM.

Response from Ms Jenkins 04, 22, 2013 08:56 not yet read.

Feeding the Media Beast author and bill discuss possible altenergy scams

Small- and large-scale generation of electricty is focus point now that ABCWUA has marching orders.

Bee attack liability explained to Comcast. Scan up page for new viz.

Comcast employee visit audio about bees, New Mexico water, electricity and gas corruption Thursday April 18, 2013.

Albuquerque Bernalillo County
Water Utility Authority (ABCWUA)
DroughtSmart
Landscape Irrigation Class
Saturday April 13, 2013
http://www.prosefights.org/drought/abcwua.htm#denied?

is another step in recovery of stolen $22,036.

Only in New Mexico would our projects be possible.

Cheated and read float charger instuctions. Not supposed to use on AGM and gel cell batteries.

Stepping stone project.

Trinity site open house Saturday April 6, 2013.

Thursday roofer and son should arrive.

Comcast employee Simon narrowly avoids cable TV cancellation audio.

Solar panel roof installation may be a bad idea?

Wednesday April 10, 2013 08:07

IBM appear to sense

According to the technology research company Gartner Inc., Microsoft will become obsolete by 2017.
“Microsoft could be completely irrelevant in three or four years if they can’t make headway in the smartphone or tablet market, where they’ve been struggling,” says The Daily Ticker's Henry Blodget.

[Blodget could be wrong for the reason that ultra low power core i3, 5, 7 are in development which could defeat ARM and other tablet processors?]

with XP driver support on the T430U.

XP optical disk to flash drive was completed several weeks ago.

T430U is without optical disk. But has USB 3.0.

Pro Se Fights files were copied from USB 2.0 1T Verbatim to g580 WD 550G hard disk. Copy took about 35 minutes.

Copy from g560 [2 USB 3.0, 1 usb 2.0 ports] core i3 hard disk to Toshiba .5T USB 3.0 took 7 minutes.

Nero is in trouble too.

http://www.prosefights.org/lenovog580/mathis.htm#t430u

Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Video Review DigitalMag.net .



 



Drivers and software - ThinkPad T430

15W solar panel open circuit voltage of about 23V and short circuit current of slightly over 1A under more than One Sun [270-280 mA] measured videos. One sun is reported to be 258 mA by calibrated solar panel.

Recovery of stolen $22,036 moves ahead. Complicated project because we must deal with how the liberqal arts 'educated' 'think'.

PNM breaks ground on new solar energy center near city Apr 2, 2013

The Public Service Company of New Mexico began construction on their new $17 million Otero County Solar Energy Center north of Alamogordo. [Who pays?]

The 101,250 solar panel project is located a half mile east of U.S. Highway 54/70 on County Road 545. PNM's Otero County

Solar Energy Center will be on a 70-acre site with about 54 acres of solar panels that will provide 7.5-megawatts of electrical power.


Wednesday April 3, 2013 09:39

Important events Tuesday April 2, 2013

1 Mark Mathis phone conversation.

[Phone conversation may be part of a media management contract let by ?. Viz is our business too. ]

2 Texas ground water lawsuits against New Mexico and Oklahoma discussed over lunch with Dr Richard J Hanson at Blakes Lotaburger on Menaul and Chelwood.



Google image photo taken by bill at Marachi restuarant on Juan Tabo.
Texas moved Tuesday to drag New Mexico before the U.S. Supreme Court, charging that New Mexico is mismanaging the Rio Grande in a way that deprives Texas farms and cities of water that rightly belongs to them.

The lawsuit alleges widespread groundwater pumping between Elephant Butte Reservoir and the New Mexico-Texas border that has effectively reduced flows in the river.


The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex maintains it has a right to that water under the 1980 Red River Compact among Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. Until now, no state has sought to draw water from another using the compact. They haven't needed it.
Drought in New Mexico field trip Albuquerque-Las Cruces Saturday March 30/Sunday 31, 2013.

3 Bee attack on Internet modem Comcast maintenance employee. Inverter powered laptop used to spot modem problems.

http://www.prosefights.org/drought/drought.htm#media
 


Modern Energy Battles Demand Science-Backed Stakeholder Support







http://www.prosefights.org/lasvegas/lasvegas.htm#sahar








http://www.prosefights.org/terk/terk.htm#bees2


Cypress insured deposits issue is also point here. Viz is an issue for us too.


Friday March 29, 2013 08:14



http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#insured


The inadequacy of deposit insurance put into starker focus.

Cyprus and the Death of Deposit Insurance.
A one-time, ad hoc seizure of money isn't a tax. It is confiscation. Or we can use a plainer word for it: theft.

The Tracinski Letter

Unadvertised software features.




National TV makes point that money attempted to be stolen from Cyrpess bank accounts was INSURED.

Our stolen Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected $22,036 was insured too.
Which is as good as anywhere to start today: Russia has turned down pleas for direct aid, and the EU is waiting for a "Plan B" counter to their desired direct theft from regular banks accounts.

Urban Survival
Friday March 22, 2013



What we are witnessing is the failure of the Cypriot bank deposit insurance program and, more importantly, the failure of any bank depositor insurance program.

MaxOut Savings Report With Ted Geoca Sunday at 2:00pm on 740KTRH www.maxoutsavings.com MaxOut Savings Advisors, LLC 03/21/2013



Modified sine inverters? Charging laptop batteries ues reported in 80 and 200W inverter applications.

Lenovo Z580 core i5 or 7 Windows 8 to XP?

Power inverter considerations. Apparent inverter failure. Inverter exchanged.

Directv, Comcast vs the Terk. Second year agreement? Comcast is not addressing this issue.

'And with the 30Day Money-Back Comcast Customer Money-Back Customer Guarantee,[SM ?], you have nother to lose ....'

Undated letter?

Back to the liberal arts 'educated'. And money recovery.

Friday March 29, 2013 08:20

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Berlin, March 23 — German engineering and technology giant Bosch has announced that it would end its solar business as it had failed to gain competitive position due to "global overcapacity.

Suntech Power Holdings, the China-based maker of solar panels, declared bankruptcy on Wednesday, the state news agency Xinhua said. March 20, 2013

Retirement Crisis: Poor Boomers on the Horizon.



A 2012 comprehensive life-cycle analysis in Journal of Industrial Ecology shows that almost half the lifetime carbon-dioxide emissions from an electric car come from the energy used to produce the car, especially the battery. The mining of lithium, for instance, is a less than green activity. By contrast, the manufacture of a gas-powered car accounts for 17% of its lifetime carbon-dioxide emissions. When an electric car rolls off the production line, it has already been responsible for 30,000 pounds of carbon-dioxide emission. The amount for making a conventional car: 14,000 pounds.


Green energy pirates Fri, 03/15/2013 - 9:26am

Senator Admiral Payne and Jimmie C Hall are to New Mexico state legislators who should be helping to get these unfortunate matters settled











http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#claimforms


 

















Friday March 28, 2013 08:26

Wind energy reaches milestone in China.

http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#simon
 




Brief pdf.




http://www.ecnmag.com/blogs/2013/03/green-energy-pirates?et_cid=3146601&et_rid=82417645&linkid=http%3a%2f%2fwww.ecnmag.com%2fblogs%2f2013%2f03%2fgreen-energy-pirates

Power inverter considerations. 400 W inverter purchased.

Regards,
bill

PRC Insurance Division claim forms ... and Argo.

Unadvertised software features. Jarfalla, SE.

317 email activity. Number 4 email arrived.

Wednesday March 6, 2013 19:49

Viz increases again.

New Battery Facility Does Not Represent the Storage Breakthrough We Need.

James Bamford and Davic Baldacci viz.
Large-solar generation of electricity a scam? Investigation in progress in New Mexico.




Large-scale solar generation of electricity may promote cilmate change for business reasons?

Increases in Public Service Company of New Mexico customer rates may be used to fund large-scale
solar businesses?

New Mexico Public Regulations Commission is in processes of hearings to determine whether to
recommend.

Flawed testimony technologyaka BS is technology mostly used as opposed to engineering and scientifc studies.




EDITED OUT.

PRC previous New Mexico Gas Company hearing to determine whether rate. :)






New Mexico visibility.


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/mccoy.htm

Tuesday March 5, 2013 12:32

Shell Predicts that Natural Gas or Solar will Become the No. 1 Energy Source.


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#affordable

Field trip to Affordable Solar Monday March 4, 2013 to photograph



Thursday February 7, 2013 the meter read 4.34 MWh.

4.60 - 4.34 = .26 mWh. or 260 kWh.

PNM pays $.04 /kWh. so the revenue is $10.40 over 25 days.

Fifth panel from left is different color than all others.

Listen to explanation.

Received Wednesay March 6, 2013





Panel failure speculation appears incorrect. :) 

Scott promised answer on how much grid electricity it consumed to produce solar electric panels.
FORMER SCHOTT SOLAR PLANT ON THE MARKET — The former Schott Solar plant, once one of Albuquerque’s economic development success stories, has formally come on the lease market at what could be described as priced to move. The asking rate is 12 percent lower than the market average of $6.24 a square foot for manufacturing spaces.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" bizinsider@abqpubco.com
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Monday, March 4, 2013 4:00:25 PM

Why don't solar panels manufacturers use electricity produced by their panels instead of grid electricity?


Thursday February 14, 2013 08:19

Follow rules.
From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" bizinsider@abqpubco.com
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 4:01:05 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider

TRI-STATE SUES PRC OVER RATE SUSPENSION — Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association has filed a federal complaint in a jurisdictional dispute with the Public Regulation Commission springing from the suspension of a rate increase for 12 New Mexico cooperatives. The association claims the PRC has no authority over interstate wholesale sales and that the state law that purportedly authorizes the commission to suspend the rates violates the Constitution’s commerce clause.


Postcard received Wednesday February 13, 2013



http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#rios








12-00317-UT: Order Designating Co-Hearing Examiner
"Cecilia Rios, PRC" Cecilia.Rios@state.nm.us

Attached order issued today (2-7-13).
From: GENERAL COUNSEL [mailto:PRC@state.nm.us]
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 2:45 PM
To: Rios, Cecilia, PRC
Subject: Attached Image

Order pdf.

converted to txt but not yet read or posted.

Whitman College 1956-59 training on how to deal with the liberal arts 'educated' and the way they 'think'.

Testimony instead of facts.









Facebook friend.



Here's how we met.

PRC commission Hall on agenda.

Thursdsay February 28 18:47

Oscar 2013: Hollywood’s CIA Celebration



http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/mccoy.htm#rulesmembers

Hello Senate Rules Members,

Please approve Senate Memorial 34 so that it can quickly move to the Conservation Committee and the House. This Memorial urges the environment department to fulfill its 2005 Final Order requiring that Sandia Labs perform a study every five years to evaluate the feasibility of excavating and removing the contents of the Mixed Waste Landfill versus leaving them in place under the present dirt cover. To date, three years after the 2010 deadline, this study has still not been done. At stake is the protection of Albuquerque’s drinking water aquifer from contaminants known to be leaking from the landfill. This Memorial asks the environment department and Sandia to fulfill their commitment to protect public health.

Theft of $22,036 from our retirement-protected insured Sandia Federal Laboratory Credit Union is a subject that should be of attention of the New Mexico Rules Committee at this time.

Reason is that the Insurance Division of the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission is not following its rules and will not send us claim forms which it acknowledges it has.



Regards,
bill

Friday February 8, 2013 09:09

Displayed at The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History


Testimonial

The testimonial is a variation of the transfer technique. By having a celebrity, athlete, or other highly visible person support a point of view brings a great deal of attention to the causes even though the person giving the testimony may not have any real qualifications to speak as an expert. The hope is the people will come because of the notoriety of the speaker and in the process assume expertise.

Having a movie star testify before Congress on an issue about which they at not an expert.
Having the candidate introduced by a well known athlete.
 

http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#ramirez




Rebuttal testimony of  Bruno E Carrera pdf
Rebuttal testimony of John J Reynolds pdf.

Thursday February 7, 2013 07:57

Whitman College 1956-59 training on how to deal with the liberal arts 'educated' and the way they 'think'.

Claim forms New Mexico Public Regulations Commission Insurance Division.

Claim forms, which PRC employees Ron Martinez and John state they have, are what we want.

Note Williamson liberal arts 'educated' avoidance ploy.

Time always important to ensure that no point is overlooked in response.


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#williamson

 


From: "Jim Williamson, PRC" Jim.Williamson@state.nm.us
To: "Valerie Espinoza, PRC" Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.us
Cc: "MaryJane Parks, PRC" MaryJane.Parks@state.nm.us, bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 2:23:50 PM
Subject: RE: claim forms help requiest

Good afternoon Mr. Payne,

Thank you for contacting us.

Please be advised that the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) does not have the jurisdictional authority over financial institutions such as credit unions.

The Financial Institutions Division of New Mexico Regulation and Licensing (NMRLD) regulates state chartered credit unions.

These financial institutions are nonprofit financial cooperatives organized under the Credit Union Act §58-11-1 NMSA 1978.

Their contact information may be found here:
http://www.rld.state.nm.us/financialinstitutions/

Financial Institutions Division
2550 Cerrillos Road, 3rd Floor

Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 476-4885
(505) 476-4670 Fax

Regards,

Jim Williamson
Director of Consumer Relations
New Mexico Public Regulation Commission
505-827-4661

http://www.nmprc.state.nm.us/consumer-relations


From: bpayne37@comcast.net [mailto:bpayne37@comcast.net]
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:20 PM
To: Espinoza, Valerie, PRC Subject: claim forms help requiest

Hello Ms Espinosa,

http://www.nmprc.state.nm.us/commissioners/valerie-espinoza/index.html
 

Tuesday February 5, 2013 12:41
 
Reason solar array not working phone conversation with engineering manager Jim Best on Monday February 4, 2013.




PNM is involved.







http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#belen


Stirling Power Operational in Belen.

Belen solar array to east of court house essential non-gas-wasting field trip.



Solar collectors facing north toward ground. Why?

Collectors seen facing south toward sun previously. Weekend shutdown? Why again.




Sunday February 3, 2013 17:20

New Mexico Solar Details Point to Parity -- and Pain.
But the feds are not only creating individual zombies, they are also creating corporate zombies. An obvious example: “green” energy. Without subsidies, loan guarantees, tax benefits and direct giveaways, the industry as we know it would not exist. Nor would the ethanol industry in the Midwest. Nor the security industry in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC.

Bill Bonner
The Daily Reckoning
Monday January 7, 2012

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission in TITLE 17 PUBLIC UTILITIES AND UTILITY SERVICES CHAPTER 9 ELECTRIC SERVICES PART 572 mandates how much electricity as a percentage must be produced by year.

The PRC also approves rate increases which fund large-scale solar generation of electricity facilities.

Large-scale solar generation of electricity scam in New Mexico alleged.

Investigation progress seen with 'Case No. 12-00317-UT motion' google.











Who will make money for equipment, installation and maintenance of below equipment?

And who will pay for it?


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#scam?

Voltage regulation and solar panel heat dissipation. 1.04 Sun photographed on Sundance calibrated solar cell! 1 sun is defined as equal to 100 mW/cm2 of irradiance.

Friday February 1, 2013 13:41

Discovery

NMAC rules compliance is important.

1.2.2.10 FILING AND SERVICE:

D. Electronic service: Electronic service shall be effectuated in accordance with other rules of the commission governing electronic filing and service.




Electric IRP for the period of 2008-2027

Energy Efficiency Update.
Energy Efficiency.
Meetings were hijacked by the liberal arts 'educated', imo.

1 7/8 pound 'official' report resulted



which did not reflect substantive meeting results, imo.

Therefore,



Alternate Report Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027 Tuesday September 30, 2008 07:45.


needs to be updated in view of the economic contraction.

Natural gas consumers have reduced their use but NMGO's gas efficiency program only contributed .3% the reduction.

Could a similar pattern apply to electric consumers' efficiency efforts?

Let's find out through discovery as opposed to PRC testimony.

Electric efficiency, Case No. 12-00317-UT in particular, is of world-wide interest.





http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#burns



http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#filed1




 

















Undeliverables


 



elizabeth is explanation.






From: Carmella.Apodaca@state.nm.us

To:Ben.phillips@pnmresources.comMark.fenton@pnmresources.com>, rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com, pgouldlaw@gmail.com, Thomas.domme@nmgco.com,Mary.homan@nmgco.com>, stevensmichel@comcast.net, c-m-k@msn.com, Carmela@prosperityworks.net, jporterlara@gmail.com,Ndc_law@swbell.net, Lcampbell4@abqenergy.net, jkumar@etcinc.biz, ast@keleher-law.com, Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com, joannecreuter@comcast.net, ereyes@comverge.com, jalbright@lrlaw.com, hgeller@swenergy.org, Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org, kfreishlag@swenergy.org, tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org, Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com, Singer@westernlaw.org, ndemko@nrdc.org, david@vw77.com, gmurphy@westernresources.org, Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com, mquaid@swenergy.org, jeffhaas@aol.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us,Ashley.Schannauer@state.nm.us, Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, Ryan.Jerman@state.nm.us,John.Reynolds@state.nm.us,Sandra.Skogen@state.nm.us

Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 3:01:42 PM
Subject: 12-00317-UT Staff's Motion to File Additional

Testimony Attached you will find Staff’s Motion to File Additional Testimony Exhibits in the case.

Thank you.








Staff's Motion.


Thursday January 31, 2013 08:48

Follow NMAC when filing motion.


From: "Elizabeth Saiz, PRC" Elizabeth.Saiz@state.nm.us
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Cc: KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us, Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us, Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.usT.Becenti@state.nm.us>, Ben.Hall@state.nm.us>,Carmella.Apodaca@state.nm.us>,Ben.phillips@pnmresources.comMark.fenton@pnmresources.com, rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com, pgouldlaw@gmail.com,Thomas.domme@nmgco.comMary.homan@nmgco.com>, stevensmichel@comcast.net, c-m-k@msn.com, Carmela@prosperityworks.net, jporterlara@gmail.com, Ndc_law@swbell.net, Lcampbell4@abqenergy.net, jkumar@etcinc.biz, ast@keleher-law.com, Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com, joannecreuter@comcast.net, ereyes@comverge.com, jalbright@lrlaw.com, hgeller@swenergy.org, Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org, kfreishlag@swenergy.org, tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org,Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com, Singer@westernlaw.org, ndemko@nrdc.org, david@vw77.com, gmurphy@westernresources.org, Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com, jeffhaas@aol.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us, Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, John.Reynolds@state.nm.us, Sandra.Skogen@state.nm.us, Frances.Sundheim@state.nm.us, info@thinknewmexico.org
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 12:24:49 PM

Good afternoon Mr. Payne:

Attached please find the word version of the Certificate of Service for this Case.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Thanks

Liz










http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#commissioners

New Mexico Public Regulations Commissoners

KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us
Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us
Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.us
T.Becenti@state.nm.us
Ben.Hall@state.nm.us

Hello Comissioners,

Motion seen at
http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#motion2
documents violation of commission rules.

Formal complaint filing requires
1.2.2.15 FORMAL COMPLAINTS: Formal complaints shall conform to the requirements of this rule governing pleadings, except that the requirements of this rule shall be liberally construed with respect to pro se parties. A formal complaint shall be accompanied by the $25.00 filing fee required in Subsection B of Section 62-13-2 NMSA 1978. Pursuant to Section 62-13-2.

The commisson, in view of the evidence in MOTION FOR REMOVAL OF HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH 1.2.2.8, should take immediate action to remove Ms Sundheim, I feel.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill



Monday January 28, 2013 18:13









 


From: Carmella.Apodaca@state.nm.us

To:Ben.phillips@pnmresources.comMark.fenton@pnmresources.com>, rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com, pgouldlaw@gmail.com, Thomas.domme@nmgco.com,Mary.homan@nmgco.com>, stevensmichel@comcast.net, c-m-k@msn.com, Carmela@prosperityworks.net, jporterlara@gmail.com,Ndc_law@swbell.net, Lcampbell4@abqenergy.net, jkumar@etcinc.biz, ast@keleher-law.com, Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com, joannecreuter@comcast.net, ereyes@comverge.com, jalbright@lrlaw.com, hgeller@swenergy.org, Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org, kfreishlag@swenergy.org, tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org, Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com, Singer@westernlaw.org, ndemko@nrdc.org, david@vw77.com, gmurphy@westernresources.org, Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com, mquaid@swenergy.org, jeffhaas@aol.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us,Ashley.Schannauer@state.nm.us, Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, Ryan.Jerman@state.nm.us,John.Reynolds@state.nm.us,Sandra.Skogen@state.nm.us

Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 3:01:42 PM
Subject: 12-00317-UT Staff's Motion to File Additional

Testimony Attached you will find Staff’s Motion to File Additional Testimony Exhibits in the case.

Thank you.








Staff's Motion.


Thursday January 31, 2013 08:48

Follow NMAC when filing motion.


From: "Elizabeth Saiz, PRC" Elizabeth.Saiz@state.nm.us
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Cc: KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us, Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us, Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.usT.Becenti@state.nm.us>, Ben.Hall@state.nm.us>,Carmella.Apodaca@state.nm.us>,Ben.phillips@pnmresources.comMark.fenton@pnmresources.com, rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com, pgouldlaw@gmail.com,Thomas.domme@nmgco.comMary.homan@nmgco.com>, stevensmichel@comcast.net, c-m-k@msn.com, Carmela@prosperityworks.net, jporterlara@gmail.com, Ndc_law@swbell.net, Lcampbell4@abqenergy.net, jkumar@etcinc.biz, ast@keleher-law.com, Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com, joannecreuter@comcast.net, ereyes@comverge.com, jalbright@lrlaw.com, hgeller@swenergy.org, Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org, kfreishlag@swenergy.org, tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org,Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com, Singer@westernlaw.org, ndemko@nrdc.org, david@vw77.com, gmurphy@westernresources.org, Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com, jeffhaas@aol.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us, Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, John.Reynolds@state.nm.us, Sandra.Skogen@state.nm.us, Frances.Sundheim@state.nm.us, info@thinknewmexico.org
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 12:24:49 PM

Good afternoon Mr. Payne:

Attached please find the word version of the Certificate of Service for this Case.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Thanks

Liz










http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#commissioners

New Mexico Public Regulations Commissoners

KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us
Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us
Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.us
T.Becenti@state.nm.us
Ben.Hall@state.nm.us

Hello Comissioners,

Motion seen at
http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#motion2
documents violation of commission rules.

Formal complaint filing requires
1.2.2.15 FORMAL COMPLAINTS: Formal complaints shall conform to the requirements of this rule governing pleadings, except that the requirements of this rule shall be liberally construed with respect to pro se parties. A formal complaint shall be accompanied by the $25.00 filing fee required in Subsection B of Section 62-13-2 NMSA 1978. Pursuant to Section 62-13-2.

The commisson, in view of the evidence in MOTION FOR REMOVAL OF HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH 1.2.2.8, should take immediate action to remove Ms Sundheim, I feel.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill



Monday January 28, 2013 18:13









 

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF ELECTRIC EFFICIENCY PROGRAM AND PROGRAM COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00317-UT

MOTION TO STRIKE ORDER DENYING WILLIAM PAYNE, JAMES AND NICHOL BROWN, AND ABELARDO SUNIGA'S MOTIONS TO INTERVENE


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#motion3

1 Former HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM did not comply with 1.2.2.23 INTERVENORS AND COMMENTERS: D. Disposition of motions to intervene
D. Disposition of motions to intervene

(1) Unless the commission or presiding officer, on their own motion, denies a motion for leave to intervene, all timely motions for leave to intervene not objected to by any party or by staff within thirteen (13) days of service of the motion for leave to intervene shall be deemed allowed, provided that the commission or presiding officer, on their own motion after notice and public hearing, may thereafter terminate the party status of any intervenor.

2 WHEREFORE,
STRIKE ORDER DENYING WILLIAM PAYNE, JAMES AND NICHOL BROWN, AND ABELARDO SUNIGA'S MOTIONS TO INTERVENE.
Respectfully submitted this January 29, 2013.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date


Monday January 28, 2013 15:10

PRC COMMISSIONERS.

KarenL.Montoya@state.nm.us
Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us
Valerie.Espinoza@state.nm.us
T.Becenti@state.nm.us
Ben.Hall@state.nm.us

Case No. 12-00317-UT distribution list

Elizabeth.Saiz@state.nm.us
Carmella.Apodaca@state.nm.us
Ben.phillips@pnmresources.com
Mark.fenton@pnmresources.com
rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com
pgouldlaw@gmail.com
Thomas.domme@nmgco.com
Mary.homan@nmgco.com
stevensmichel@comcast.net
c-m-k@msn.com
Carmela@prosperityworks.net
jporterlara@gmail.com
Ndc_law@swbell.net
Lcampbell4@abqenergy.net
jkumar@etcinc.biz
ast@keleher-law.com
Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com
joannecreuter@comcast.net
ereyes@comverge.com
jalbright@lrlaw.com
hgeller@swenergy.org
Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org
kfreishlag@swenergy.org
tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org
Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com
Singer@westernlaw.org
ndemko@nrdc.org
david@vw77.com
gmurphy@westernresources.org
Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com
jeffhaas@aol.com
bpayne37@comcast.net
Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us
Jim.Brack@state.nm.us
John.Reynolds@state.nm.us
Sandra.Skogen@state.nm.us
Frances.Sundheim@state.nm.us

info@thinknewmexico.org

 



1.2.2.15 FORMAL COMPLAINTS: Formal complaints shall conform to the requirements of this rule governing pleadings, except that the requirements of this rule shall be liberally construed with respect to pro se parties. A formal complaint shall be accompanied by the $25.00 filing fee required in Subsection B of Section 62-13-2 NMSA 1978. Pursuant to Section 62-13-2.1 NMSA 1978, the commission may order that the filing fee be refunded if the commission dismisses the complaint for lack of probable cause and determines that the complainant filed the complaint in good faith. The filing of a formal complaint shall commence a formal proceeding. A formal complaint shall allege that a regulated entity has violated a law, rule, order, tariff, certificate of public convenience and necessity, or operating authority promulgated or enforced by the commission. A formal complaint may be filed by e-mail or facsimile transmission pursuant to other rules of the commission governing electronic filing and service.

A. Contents: A formal complaint shall contain:

(1) a clear and concise statement of the relief sought;

(2) a concise and explicit statement of the facts which the complainant alleges show a violation;

(3) a statement of any laws, rules, orders, tariffs, certificates of public convenience and necessity, or operating authorities alleged to have been violated;

(4) the exact legal and "doing business as" name, mailing address, and telephone number of the complainant and his or her attorney if any;

(5) the exact legal name, mailing address, and telephone number of the respondent, if known; and

(6) the following statement signed by the complainant, “The factual allegations in the complaint are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief,” or an affidavit sworn by the complainant.

B. Discontinuance of service prohibited: A utility or telecommunications provider shall not discontinue service to a customer or issue a notice of discontinuance of service relative to the matter in dispute once a formal complaint has been filed, except as otherwise authorized by law or commission rule. Charges which are not in dispute must continue to be paid on time and in full by the complainant or be subject to other applicable commission rules regarding disconnection or discontinuance of service.

C. Service of complaints; answer:

(1) Upon receipt of a formal complaint that is in substantial compliance with this rule, within a reasonable period of time the commission shall cause a copy of the complaint to be served on the respondent accompanied by a notice from the commission calling upon the respondent to answer the complaint in writing within twenty (20) days of service of the complaint. For good cause, the commission or presiding officer may order the answer to be filed in a shorter or longer time. The notice shall also state that the commission may impose administrative fines or other sanctions if the commission finds merit to the complaint. The answer may contain an offer to satisfy the complaint as provided in Subsection D of 1.2.2.15 NMAC. The commission or presiding officer shall further serve the respondent with notice of any amendments to the complaint.

(2) Motions for an extension of time to answer a complaint shall comply with the requirements of this rule.

(3) If an amendment to a complaint is filed before the answer is filed, the respondent’s time within which to answer shall be ten (10) days from the date of service of the amendment or the period set forth in the notice, whichever period is longer.

D. Satisfaction of complaint: If the respondent desires to satisfy the complaint, they shall submit to the commission in the answer a statement of the relief which they are willing to give, a copy of which shall be contemporaneously served upon the complainant. Upon acceptance of this offer by the complainant and notice to the commission, the complaint may be dismissed. If there is a partial settlement of the case with dismissal in part, the complainant may proceed with the remaining issues. If the commission dismisses a complaint in whole or in part because the complaint has been satisfied, the commission may continue or initiate further proceedings if the issues raised in the complaint involve a general matter of public interest.

E. Contents of answers: The answer shall state in short and plain terms a respondent’s defenses to each claim asserted and shall admit or deny the averments upon which the complainant relies. If the respondent is without knowledge or information sufficient to form a belief as to the truth of an averment, the answer shall so state and this shall have the effect of a denial. Respondent may challenge jurisdiction and address whether probable cause exists in the answer.

F. Disposition of complaint. Upon the filing of an answer, the commission shall evaluate jurisdiction and probable cause, and may, as appropriate:

(1) grant the relief requested in whole or in part;

(2) dismiss the complaint in whole or in part;

(3) set further proceedings on the complaint or on the remaining issues in the complaint; or

(4) designate a hearing examiner to preside over the complaint or over the remaining issues in the complaint.

G. Notice of public hearing: When a public hearing is required by law or commission rule, at least twenty (20) days prior to an initial public hearing on the merits of any complaint, a notice of such initial public hearing shall be mailed to the respondent and the complainant by the commission or presiding officer. No public hearing shall be held until after the commission has determined that probable cause exists for the complaint. If it is determined that the subject matter of the complaint involves a matter of general public interest, the commission or presiding officer may require that a notice of the public hearing:

(1) be published at least twenty (20) days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation available in the county where the complaint originated, or

(2) be given in such other manner as the commission or presiding officer may deem proper under the circumstances; costs of publication shall be borne by the respondent.

H. Participation of staff: The commission or presiding officer may require that staff participate at any stage in the proceeding.

I. Dismissal at any time: The commission shall dismiss a complaint upon a finding of no jurisdiction or probable cause.

[1.2.2.15 NMAC - Rp, 17 NMAC 1.2.18, 9-1-08]

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF ELECTRIC EFFICIENCY PROGRAM AND PROGRAM COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00317-UT

MOTION FOR REMOVAL OF HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH 1.2.2.8


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.htm#motion2

1 Motion brought under 1.2.2.15 FORMAL COMPLAINTS.

2 Intevenor William H Payne's MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY was received at the PRC on January 2, 2013 at 8:47 am.

3 1.2.2.23 INTERVENORS AND COMMENTERS: D. Disposition of motions to intervene states:
(1) Unless the commission or presiding officer, on their own motion, denies a motion for leave to intervene, all timely motions for leave to intervene not objected to by any party or by staff within thirteen (13) days of service of the motion for leave to intervene shall be deemed allowed, provided that the commission or presiding officer, on their own motion after notice and public hearing, may thereafter terminate the party status of any intervenor.

4 1.2.2.8 GENERAL PROVISIONS states

L. Computation of time: The time within which an act is to be done as provided in any rule or order promulgated by the commission or order issued by the presiding officer, when expressed in days, shall be computed by excluding the day of the act or event from which the time begins to run and including the last, except that if the last day be Saturday, Sunday, or a legal holiday, the act may be done in the next succeeding business day.

5.No objections received by William H Payne as of January 15, 2013.

6 WHEREFORE, William H Payne was allowed intervenor status on January 16, 2013.

7 January 22, 2013 Hearing Examiner Frances I. Sundheim issues ORDER DENYING WILLIAM PAYNE, JAMES AND NICHOL BROWN, AND ABELARDO SUNIGA'S MOTIONS TO INTERVENE.

8 No notice, public hearing, and motion before Sundheim issues January 22, 2012 ORDER DENYING ... is in violation of
[p]rovided that the commission or presiding officer, on their own motion after notice and public hearing, may thereafter terminate the party status of any intervenor.

9 WHEREFORE,
Grant motion FOR REMOVAL OF HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH 1.2.2.8.

Respectfully submitted this January 29, 2013.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date


Monday January 28, 2013 14:01



Katayoon Mazhari? :)

Yahsin Sorhabi?

Calibrated solar cell appears to work well. Email of how calibrated solar cell works posted Saturday January 26, 2013.

Power Dissipation in the Linear Regulator. And solar cells. :)

Trapshooting. Video of solo handtrap clay bird hit. NiMH batteries used for vid.

Gerald fixed and devlivered lecture on how the thermocouple works works. Mp3 recorded, of course

AA 1.2 V 2000 mAh solar charging and calibraated solar panel vid.

Recovery of stolen $22,036 project moves ahead. Now at light speed. :) Viz increased. :)

mountebank 1.A person who deceives others, esp. in order to trick them out of their money; a charlatan.

Media Control for Profit

Canon Powershot SX160 IS Ronald page. XP WINDOWS directory SYSTEM32.

Power consumption laptop vs desktop comparison. Windows 8 to XP laptop project.

Timex watch and inexpensive high tech video. 'Java is forth with a C syntax'.

David Baldacci request for help.

Thursday January 24, 2013 11:41

Insurance Division - New Mexico Public Regulation Commission refuses to send claim forms if acknowledges it has for recovery of our $22,036 stolen from our insured Sandia Labortory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected saving accounts.



http://www.prosefights.org/energypulse/energypulse.htm#sahar























http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317#sundheim


BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION


IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC        )
SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR                   )
APPROVAL ELECTRIC ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM    ) Case No. 12-00317-UT
COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE NEW MEXICO   )
PUBLIC UTILITY ACT AND THE EFFICIENT USE OF         )
ENERGY ACT,                                                          )
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,              )
                                                                            )
Applicant )                                                             )

ORDER DENYING WILLIAM PAYNE, JAMES AND NICHOL BROWN, AND ABELARDO SUNIGA'S MOTIONS TO INTERVENE

This matter comes before Frances I. Sundheim, Hearing Examiner for the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission ("Commission"), upon the Response in Opposition to the Motions to Intervene ("Response") filed by Public Service Company of New Mexico ("PNM") on January 16, 2013. The Hearing Examiner FINDS AND CONCLUDES:

1. On October 5, 2013, PNM filed its Application for Approval of 2012 Electric Energy Efficiency and Load Management Program Plan and Revisions to Tariff Rider ("Application"). In the Application, PNM seeks Commission approval to implement five new programs beginning in May 2013; revise the budgets for nine existing programs; to discontinue an existing program; and for a profit incentive for all programs pursuant to the New Mexico Renewable Energy Act.

2. On November 8, 2013, the Hearing Examiner issued a Procedural Order which, among other things (i) ordered PNM to cause a copy of the Notice appended to the Procedural Order to be published in a newspaper of general circulation available in every county where PNM provides service on or before mid November 2012; (ii) ordered PNM to cause a copy of the Notice to be mailed or e-mailed to all of its current customers; (iii) set a December 31, 2012 intervention deadline; (iv) set a January 23, 2013 deadline for filing Staff/Intervenor Testimony; and (v) scheduled a public hearing to begin on February 11, 2013.

4. On January 3, 2013, William Payne, Abelardo Suniga, and James and Nichol Brown ("Movants") filed with the Commission their Motions for Leave to Intervene and Request for Discovery ("Motion for Leave to Intervene"). It is unclear whether these Motions were served on the parties in this matter.

5. Mr. Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene states that the natures of Mr. Payne's interests in this case are:

      A. To report the proceedings of Case NO. 12-00317-UT on the internet so that the  New Mexico public understands the PRC.

      B. Expose unintelligence and incompetence at the PRC and New Mexico state government.

6. The Motions for Leave to Intervene of Abelardo Suniga and James and Nichol Brown provide no statement of movants' interests in the proceedings.

7. All of the Motions were filed after the deadline for intervention of December 31, 2012.

8. When a motion for leave to intervene is contested, the presiding officer may grant the intervention if it appears after consideration that the motion discloses that: (a) the movant possesses a substantial interest in the subject matter of the public hearing; (b) participation of the movant is substantially in the public interest; or (c) the intervention presents no undue prejudice to the other parties. 1.2.2.23(D)(2) NMAC.

7. In its Response to Mr. Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene, PNM asserts that Mr. Payne's Motion does not indicate any interest in the actual subject matter of this proceeding. PNM argues that the interests identified by Mr. Payne, set forth above in Paragraph 5, demonstrate no basis for granting his Motion. PNM further argues that granting Mr. Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene would likely cause undue prejudice to the existing parties and unduly delay the proceedings. Accordingly, PNM asserts that Mr. Payne's Motion should be denied. PNM asserts that the other Movants have provided no statement detailing their interest in the proceeding as required by Section 1.2.2.23.A(1) NMAC. All motions were filed after the deadline for intervention and leave to file the motions out of time was not requested, pursuant to Section 1.2.2.23.D(3) NMAC.

8. PNM is correct that Mr. Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene does not indicate any interest in the actual subject matter of this proceeding, and the other Movants provide no statement of interest. Based on the interests identified in the Motion, Mr. Payne does not possess a substantial interest in the subject matter of the public hearing in this case nor is his participation substantially in the public interest. To the contrary, his intervention would interject extraneous issues into this case that might delay the case and result in prejudice to the other parties. Accordingly, Mr. Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene should be denied.

9. PNM is correct that Abelardo Suniga and John and Nichol Brown have made no statement of interest in the case, and have also filed out of time. Accordingly, Abelardo Suniga and John and Nichol Brown's Motions for Leave to Intervene should be denied.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED:

A. William Payne's Motion for Leave to Intervene is denied.

B. Abelardo Suniga and John and Nichol Brown's Motions for Leave to Intervene are denied.

C. This Order is effective immediately.

C. This Order shall be served on all persons on the attached Certificate of Service.    

Issued at Santa Fe, New Mexico on January 22, 2013.
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

Frances I. Sundheim
Hearing Examiner

doc format.


Thursday January 24, 2013 11:45

http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317#apodoca




Electricity rate increases to fund "green" energy in New Mexico?
But the feds are not only creating individual zombies, they are also creating corporate zombies. An obvious example: “green” energy. Without subsidies, loan guarantees, tax benefits and direct giveaways, the industry as we know it would not exist. Nor would the ethanol industry in the Midwest. Nor the security industry in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC.

Bill Bonner
The Daily Reckoning
Monday January 7, 2012








Brack testimony.





carrara testimony.





Lamberson testimony.





Reynolds testimony.


Wind Beats Out Natural Gas To Become Top Source Of New Electricity Capacity For 2012  

Recovery of our stolen $22,036 would be impossible without Internet. http://www.prosefights.org/facebook2/facebook2.htm

Laptop to desktop. And iPad mini to desktop!

xmas 2012. Amazon on Canon to get driver problem fixed.

Free 98025 digital mulimeter still working with 9 V 2200 mAh NiMH battery. System left working.

AA battery discharge/ grid/solar charge. LED cathode and white LED power.

AA/AAA battery breakout. Working!

422 Ohm 9 V NiMH discharge page Battery REALLY dead results.

Canon HF R100 sdhc 8 gig class 6 [6 MB/sec] upgraded to class 10 [10 MB/sec] for $9.99. 8 gig cost about $40,00 on 12/13/10.

8 gigs will hold an hour of HD vodop pm am HF R100.

Stolen $22,036 money recovery project has more time available to it. But we're time sharing with battery dis/charging.

Over 2,727 Facebok messages resulted from Mr Mehrroz's work. So far. Senders have strange names.

Landscaping project officially ended Thursday December 13, 2012.

Solar/electric water pumping. Updated.

Time for new project. Battery Charging AA, AAA, 9V NiCd and NiMH. T44 pin attachment to 9V, AA and AAA connectors for project soldering in progress on the electronics desk.

SOLAR LIGHT Model 90729. Battery charging project started. Twenty-six solar battery charging AA, AA,A, and 9 V systems are in possession. One 120 V charger too.

Thursday December 13, 2012 07:55

Ms Espinosa assumes a position on the PRC in January. 

http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#espinosa


 

Facebook post Wednesday December 12, 2012.




http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#marksforms


http://www.prosefights.org/solarlight/solarlight.htm#runyon

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Case No 12-00317-UT

Las Vegas trip.

New Mexico gas company actions:

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#stiver

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#matt. Update pics.

Ms Trupin-Pulli replied reply read. And so was commissioner Marks ack email. Need to post both. Then respond to Commissioner Marks.

Natural gas charade by the liberal arts 'educated' is fun to follow.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#extension

James goes solar at request of landscaper Shane. Solar illumination not working on return from Las Vegas. Gorilla duct tape failed. Mora added. LEDs working night of November 27, 2012..


Scorpion Silhouette Named James book prospectus.

Stone mailbox project Spy sting bust memorial dedication video.

Friday November 2, 2012 20:15

Historic mailbox is related to insured stolen $22,036.


http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#marksforms




Friday November 2, 2012 13:18


Hello Mr. Marks,

Statement
On the other hand, your complaints about your federal case and the seizure of your bank account are not within within my jurisdiction at the PRC.
you made in your September 12, 2012 8:15:25 PM email is factually incorrect.

Let me explain, then suggest a strategy for settlement of these unfortunate matters before they become far worse.

Our $22,036 stolen from our retirement-protected savings accounts at the Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union [SLFCU] was insured against loss by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund [NCUSIF].

NCUSIF through National Credit Union Administration [NCUA], Phoenix Office, failed to pay claim.

Arizona Department of Insurance advised us to file bad faith claim with the Insurance Division of the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission.


PRC Insurance Division claim forms requested.

Mr John Gaherty and Mr. John Martinez acknowledge existence of claim forms but forms were never sent.

Felony theft of $22,036 carrying penalty of nine years in prison has escalated into insurance fraud by NCUSIF refusing to properly process claim, pay claim and Insurance Division of the PRC refusing to send claim forms so that we can submit loss claim.

While this strategy may have worked before because of media control along with crooked law enforcement officers and corrupt legal system, its success is less certain now because of Internet, Facebook, Twitter, and blogs.

Liberal arts 'educated' ploy of "We're going to ignore it and it will go away." and 'thinking'
can now be exposed.

But this could be damaging to the New Mexico economy and does not help get matters settled after a twenty year conflict.

So let me suggest an alternative of you seeing that we get the claim forms from the PRC Insurance Division .

1 Convince SLFCU CEO Christopher Jillson to replace, with interest, the stolen $22,036 into the retirement-protected savings accounts and possible repercussions if he does not.

2 Convince Sandia National Laboratories and DOE to settle for back wages and benefits between 1992 and my retirement in 2002.

Please lets us know by November 9, 2012 if you are able to do 1 and 2.

Please ack if you receive this email.


Regards,
bill

Distribution

David.King@state.nm.us
Becenti@state.nm.us;
Sandy.Jones@state.nm.us;
Patrick.Lyons@state.nm.us
Ben.Hall@state.nm.us
ron.martinez@state.nm.us
John.Gaherty@state.nm.us
consumers@azinsurance.gov
sheila.shaffer@state.nm.us
pcordova@nmag.gov
dave@radfreenm.org
kelly.o'donnell@state.nm.us;
the.secretary@hq.doe.gov;
alexander.morris@hq.doe.gov
amorales58@comcast.net
jcumbie@cabq.gov
mayorberry@cabq.gov
pjudd@cabq.gov
jhamman@cabq.gov
ddady@bernco.gov
sheriff@bernco.gov
boardmail@ncua.gov
oedmail@ncua.gov
oigmail@ncua.gov
iemail@ncua.gov




NOTES
Friday November 2, 2012 12:55

2007 settlement contact.



Inverse Gambler's Ruin page written for 'educated' Admiral Bill Payne and PRC commissioner Jason Marks.

Garrison Keillor on Purdue and liberal arts 'educqtion'. Patty and bill are talking in the background.

Purdue Univesity was host to the Prarie Home Companion on Saturday October 27, 2012.

Garrison Keillor roasted liberal arts 'education.'

Liberal arts job application techniques [schools] and vocational opportunities [Banks].

Book writing may prove profitable?

Madsion IN trip page about finished. New book planning on trip documented.

Lifetime shed assembly documented which includes Iran bat message link. Bat closeups included.

PRC commissioner Jason Marks is a liberal arts 'educated' graduate of Reed College.

Reed college info gathering.

John Reed. No relation to Reed college, we were told on Tuesday October 2, 2012 by a OSU graduate.



Messages received from Tehran and Baharestan, Isfahan



and Baharestan, Isfahan




may be sign that we to resume resume action?

Friday November 2, 2012 08:08

Senator Admiral Payne stands in front of the Al Farir Palace in Baghdad in 2006. Al-Faw Palace?

Google 'admiral william h payne' for full aAlbuquerque Journal rticle.


Sali Fathi


Wednesday October 31, 2012 10:24

Hello Senator Admiral Payne,

New Mexico Public Regulations Commissioner Jason Marks appears have problems getting New Mexico US Federal chief judge Martha Vazquez to do her job properly.

http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#criminalcomplaint




[New Mexico PRC Insurance Division first since it illustrates the 'thinking' of the liberal arts 'edcated'.]



Please lets us know in writing by November XX, 2012.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill



NOTES


Postcard addressed to Patricia Payne received on Saturday October 20, 2012


New Mexico State Senator William (Bill) H. Payne is the Senate Minority Whip and serves Senate District 30 in the northeast heights of Albuquerque.

Senator Payne served in the Navy for 35 years of active and reserve service including multiple recalls to active duty before retiring in October of 2009. He was the first career reserve Navy SEAL to be promoted to Rear Admiral.

· First elected to the New Mexico Senate in 1996.
· Ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.;
· Member of the Energy Council.
· National Commissioner of the Uniform Law Commission.
· The recognized leader for Utilities, Business, Veteran/Military Affairs, and Natural Resources issues in
· Bachelors, Masters and Juris Doctorate Degrees from UNM.
· Masters Degree in Government from Georgetown University.
· Married to Deborah Payne, a retired Commander, U.S. Navy, and retired manager at Sandia National Laboratories
· Two children and two granddaughters.

Thank you for your past support and I respectfully ask for your vote this election

Bill Payne

Senator Payne has a SECRET email address.

Bill changed one character in his SECRET email address and clicked SEND. It failed.

SECRET address correct and SEND clicked. Copy appeared in Bill's email address.



Senator Payne got it.

may be an invitation to contact him? :)

Wednesday October 31, 2012 12:50

New Mexico Public Regulations Commission commissioner Jason Marks was cautioned.

http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#criminalcomplaint

Inverse Gambler's Ruin under way?




Response to link http://www.prosefights.org/mailbox/mailbox.htm#james?



Friday November 2, 2012 11:02

Thursday October 11, 2012 21:3O

Dari we think.



What's your opinion?

Dari (Persian: ????, Dari, pronounced [dæ'?i]) or Farsi-ye Dari (Persian: ????? ????, [f???sije dæ'?i]) refers to the dialects of modern Persian spoken in Afghanistan, and is hence also known as Afghan Persian in some Western sources.[

According to a 2006 opinion poll survey involving 6,226 randomly-selected Afghan citizens by the Asia Foundation, Dari was the first language of 49% of the polled people, while an additional 37% spoke it as a second language. 42% were able to read Dari. Pashto was the first language of 40%, with an additional 28% stating the ability to speak Pashto as a second language. 33% were able to read Pashto.



Three Israeli universities amongst world's top 200



Larry Kudlow [Kudlow was born into a Jewish family and grew up in New Jersey.] is pushing anti-Iran msm bs prior to Obama-Romney debate Wednesday October 3, 2012.

Iran currency is collaping, riots, ... and other Israeli msm ploys.
Protests over the plunging Iranian currency erupted on Wednesday around Tehran's main bazaar, the country's commercial hub, as escalating economic woes become a rising political challenge

A PRETEXT FOR WAR by James Bamford is triip read. In Madison, IN.

Many of the 9/11 perps were well-educated engineers who excelled at university studies.

Bamford focuses on the problems Israel has caused the US.

Bamford quotes in the preface of his book.
While nothing is easier to dennounce the evildoer;
nothing is more diffiicult to undersand hlm.

Fyodor Mikhalovich Dostovesky

New Mexico Rules of Professional Conduct

Jason Mark wrote, 'On the other hand, your complaints about your federal case and the seizure of your bank account are not within within my jurisdiction at the PRC.'

Stolen$22,036 Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union saving funds are covered by NNational Credit Union Share Insurance Funds [NCUSIF].

NCUSIF did not pay claim. Therefore the State of New Mexico should pay a bad faith claim.

But the PRC insurance dvision has not sent the claim form its acknowledges it has.

Task for Commissioner Marks.





How Many Civilians Would Be Killed in an Attack on Iran’s Nuclear Sites?

A shadowy but well organized hacker group in the Middle East has disrupted the electronic banking operations of America's largest financial institutions in recent days, underscoring U.S. vulnerability to online terrorism.

Wind scam? Electronics and associated software become obsolete and must be 'upgraded'.

Windows 7 home edittion required upgrade to professional edition so that we could run XP. :)

Obama to warn Iran: US will 'do what it must' to stop nukes  







Iranian commander: Israeli strike could trigger WWIII



Butt Out, Bibi



A Sobering Reality for Whistle-Blowers




On 9 April 2012, the Navy announced that the Enterprise and her group, Carrier Strike Group Twelve, would be assigned to join the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in the Persian Gulf. The mission was described as routine, not a response to a specific threat. Upon completion of this mission, the Enterprise is scheduled to be deactivated (Fall 2012).




 

From: "Jason Marks, PRC" To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 8:15:25 PM
Subject: RE: spam?

Bill:

I think of spam as automated bulk email, so your stuff is not spam. On the other hand, your complaints about your federal case and the seizure of your bank account are not within within my jurisdiction at the PRC.

Jason

http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#criminalcomplaint


Saturday September 29, 2012 08:52

"Frackdown?" Environmental activists protest gas drilling



What happens to a New Mexico commercial customer if the customer refuses to pay a bill for no gas consumed to support energy efficiency program?
New Mexico

Date-based yes

Protection Dates November 15-March 15

Temperature-based no

Seasonal Policy A public regulated utility company shall not disconnect service to a residential customer for any billing cycle from November 15 through March 15 for nonpayment if the customer meets the qualifications for the low-income home energy assistance program and are current on their bills or if they have entered into a payment agreement with their provider and are current on payments under that agreement by Nov. 15. The utility company shall report the customer's need for assistance to the human services department and the department shall take immediate action to mitigate the problem.

Seminole Energy Services

1 August 17, 2012 Mr Anthony Apodaca explains problem with NMGCO energy efficiency program.
2 Bill call to Mr Apodaca September 20, 2012.
3 Mr Apodoca returns call September 20, 2012.
4 September 27, 2012 conversation asking Mr Apodoca to explain Seminole's customers' complaints.

PRC appears to be the culprit.




Mr Fernald mentioned that PNM is doing something similar. "Paying for Renewable Energy arrived in Wednesday September 26, 2012 mail.



Note Renewable Energy Rider and Cost-Effective Energy Saving charges.
Sept. 28--First Solar Inc. of Arizona expects to build 20 megawatts of new solar plants -- enough to power 7,000 average homes -- for Public Service Company of New Mexico, pending regulatory approval.

PNM proposed to add 20 MW of solar to its generating capacity under the utility's 2013 renewable energy procurement plan, submitted to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission in May. If approved, First Solar would build four new plants, nearly doubling PNM's solar electric generation.

Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer
krobinson-avila@abqjournal.com / 505-823-3820






http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#apodoca



____

NMGCO meeting 3 powerpoint foils

The liberal arts 'educted' approach to whether we get our stolen $22.036 is to have a meeting and take testimony from other liberal arts 'educated.' Defeat of the testimony approach is on our agenda. New Mexico Gas Company may help?

Tuesday September 18, 2012 20:15





Tuesday September 18, 2012 15:50

Ms Annette Gardiner, President
New Mexico Gas Company

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#gardinerhoman

Hello Ms Gardiner,

Flawed methodology, imo, described by Ms Mary Homan on August 17, 2012 need to be brought to your attention for correction so that New Mexico Gas Company rate payers are not charged for apparent incompetent procedures.

Transcription what Ms Homan said in meeting is imperfect
in that request ... we detail what those programs are we have testimony that supports it and backing that testimony are part of our exhibits are scientific studies that show these savings are from national laboratories .. ah ..then they are adjusted for our own climate in ? out here ? so its all based on scientific fact and documentation on that. The commission has it own staff to analyze that and well as the other invervening parties.. They come back to challenge whatever ??? attorneys to bring out further facts and eventually it get over to the commission to rules on that.

but Ms. Homan's message is clear.

Testimony is most important. Facts and scientific studies support testimony.

Proper methodology, imo, is to conduct competent engineering and scientific studies of the problem, then prepare a written report with references.

The report authors should solicit written comments about their report.

Report comments should be published for public scrutiny. And the report be revised to include any required changes

Listen to Ms Homan' comments on August 17, 2012.

The suggested testimony approach seems to come from a different Ms. Homan than the one I knew from the 2008 PNM natural gas Integrated Resources Planning meeting.

Perhaps someone is telling Ms Homan to use the flawed Testimony approach? If so, who? And why?

Please investigate and let me know in writing by September 25, 2012 so that I can report to NMGCO rate payers.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill

Sunday September 16, 2012 20:49

Netanyahu: Iran on brink of N-bomb in 6-7 months



WHY IT MATTERS: Iran




Tweet.

Nuclear Nazis in America. First posted in 2002.

Commissioner Marks responded to the 'spam?' email on Wednesday September 12, 2012 at about 18:45.

Email has not bee read yet.

Survey Thursday September 13, 2012






Shabnam Jalali.



Katayoon Mazhari.


Tuesday September 11, 2012 14:36

http://www.prosefights.org/settlements/settlements.htm#criminalcomplaint

Hello Commissioner Marks,

Kermanshah and Tehran Facebook Arabic and Roman alphabets Farsi posts alerts us to potential problems which should be addressed to perhaps prevent possible unfortunate future events?

The world is becoming aware, because of Internet and Facebook, that the US likely incited Saddam Hussein to attack Iran in 1980.
Nojeh Coup

In July 1980, Zbigniew Brzezinski of the United States met Jordan's King Hussein in Amman to discuss detailed plans for Saddam Hussein to sponsor a coup in Iran against Khomeini. King Hussein was Saddam's closest confidant in the Arab world, and served as an intermediary during the planning. The Iraqi invasion of Iran would be launched under the pretext of a call for aid from Iranian loyalist officers plotting their own uprising on July 9, 1980 (codenamed Nojeh, after Shahrokhi/Nojeh air base in Hamedan). The Iranian officers were organized by Shapour Bakhtiar, who had fled to France when Khomeini seized power, but was operating from Baghdad and Sulimaniyah at the time of Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein. However, Khomeini learned of the Nojeh Coup plan from Soviet agents in France and Latin America. Shortly after Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein, the President of Iran, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr quietly rounded up 600 of the loyalist plotters within Iran, putting an effective end to the Nojeh Coup. Saddam decided to invade without the Iranian officers' assistance, beginning the Iran-Iraq war on 22 September 1980.

This is a US Title 18 felony violation of law if the charge is substantiated after proper investigation.

Docketed criminal compliant affidavit against Zbigniew Brzezinski was filed in New Mexico 97 CV 266 on June 6, 2007 for above alleged offense.

The Court, instead of ordering proper investigation, caused $22,036 to be stolen from our NCUSIF insured Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts.

Money recovery process is underway.

And I have been threatened with federal prison time by Mew Mexico chief judge who did not properly process criminal complaint affidavit.

Proper investigation, subsequent written report, and actions on allegation against Mr. Brzezinski may make the world safer?

Attempt to Ignore this issue is a liberal arts 'educated' ploy which may not work.

Possibility that Iran may be attacked again makes this issue visible.

Therefore, you are asked to outline a strategy with milestones and dates to get the criminal complaint in New Mexico 97 CV 266 properly processed.

And hopefully help resolve these unfortunate matters.

Please respond by Tuesday September 18, 2012.

Regards,
bill


Wednesday September 12, 2012 06:58
















MSM attacks Iran.

Iran counterattacks ... on Facebook. :)





Tuesday September 11, 2012 07:49

Beware if it contains software.

September 10, 2012 2:45 PM GoDaddy goes down, Anonymous claims responsibility


U.S. ‘Not Setting Deadlines’ for Iran, Clinton Says


Netanyahu calls for US to give Iran a 'clear red line'



Comment was removed by staff of Christian Science Monitor.

Liberal arts 'educated' msm forward agendas through shaping the news.

MSM is a tool of TPTB. Before Interent, and now Facebook and Twitter, a citizen would have to grovel before msm to try to get visibility.

Feeding the Media Beast: An Easy Recipe for Great Publicity [Paperback] Mark E. Mathis (Author) tell you how.

Saturday September 8, 2012 08:03

Time to do something about?
Monday August 27, 2012 10:21

Methodoloy explanation by Ms Mary Homan and Friday August 17, 2012 meeting.

Testimony appears to be a flawed liberal arts 'educated' procedure .



 

Link to Autozone Facebook page. Tweet too.:) Autozone page.

Viz is critical to recovery of our stolen $22,036.Viz.

Ilwaco, WA 2012 salmon fishing trip and Kermanshah, Iran.

MSM's job was to keep us invisible so that we would lose. Internet, Facebook and Twitter may have foiled MSM? And costs them their jobs.

Bottom part of pro se fights missing. Not to worry. Action is on top part of this page.

Twitter and Facebook may be working for recovery of the stolen money? Liberal arts 'educated' former ambassador Ryan Crocker is helping too.

Sunday July 22, 2012 15:55

Go solar instead of nuclear in iran?
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda told the public last month: "In order to lead prosperous and decent lives, cheap and stable electricity is indispensable. Japanese society will not be able to function if there is a decision to permanently halt nuclear power generation."

Masami Hasegawa is a senior manager at Japan Business Federation and agrees that Japan faces an energy crisis heading into the hot summer months. Last year rolling blackouts adversely affected business, he says.

"We hear our members saying that they cannot stay in Japan if this situation continues," says Hasegawa. "If the current situation continues, energy consuming industries cannot survive in Japan and they will leave. The immediate effect will be on employment which might be lost."

The Navy is paying $26 a gallon for the fuel it is using to test its "green fleet" concept. The prime contractor is Dynamic Fuels, a Louisiana-based company that is a joint venture of Arkansas-based Tyson Foods and Oklahoma-based Syntroleum Corp. Solazyme, which makes its biofuel from algae, is a subcontractor. Dynamic Fuels makes some of it fuel from animal fats.

The Air Force is paying Gevo $59 per gallon. Gevo makes its fuel by converting sugar into isobutanol.

Nationwide, the amount of natural gas being flared is well under 1 percent. But North Dakota is flaring 34 percent of its gas.

Obama Administration Backs Bankruptcy Option for Some Student Debt.



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#markstypos

Whoops.
Hello Mr Marks,

Investigation into whether large-scale solar generation if a scam or not continues.

should read

Investigation into whether large-scale solar generation of electricity is a scam or not continues.

Typos can be used to advantage






Netanyahu wants to turn the Israeli intelligence failure over Bulgaria into an excuse to strike Iran
The attack on a tour bus carrying Israeli vacationers outside the airport here was carried out by a suicide bomber carrying fake American identification, officials said on Thursday. ...

Israel quickly blamed Iran and promised a firm response.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#solarcharger

Shirin Neshat is in this mess too. http://www.sarafrazan.net/nojehuprising.htm


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Trina Solar defends itself in trade dispute

We like Facebook.





http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#parsi
 
 



Order pdf.


Tuesday July 17, 2012 12:57
If PNM Takes Lead With Coal, Others Will Follow By Meredith R. Machen / Vice President, League of Women Voters of New Mexico on Sun, Jul 15, 2012 [gppgle to read article.



Posted to Albuquerque Journal website



Journal business desk introduces new staffer You can reach Jessica at jdyer@abqjournal.com

Posted to article about Ms Dyer. And Facebook too!



Cost of 'renewables' overwhelms return Wind and solar consume a vast majority of energy subsidies, but generate less than 10 percent of total renewable energy output. Wind and solar are not "new" technologies; They have been used by humans at least as long as have fossil fuels. Government subsidies and mandates are a losing game. If a given energy source is effective, consumers will embrace it. If not, they will prove to be far less "sustainable" than other forms of energy. Paul J. Gessing President Rio Grande Foundation Albuquerque

Iran drought part of 'soft war' by West: VP



william • Sandia Park, United States • a second ago

Google 'shahab mozaffari' for some interesting farsi and english posts. Mr Mozaffari reported on Facebook that he liked 'google aboulghassem zirakzadeh' Recovery of $22,036 stolen from retirement-protected Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union saving accounts possible because of Internet ... and Iran...



Before Internet this project was impossible. But now!

Mr Pascal may not speak english. But he is on Facebook!


Homan ack.


Mary Homan has not been acting like Mary Homan. She is now!

Speculation is that Ms Stella Stiver may be the reason.

Ms Mary Homan is not one you wish to mess with. As Ms Stella Stiver is about to discover.

At the PNM 2008 natural gas IRP I watched Ms Homan effectively tell a participant who was off topic to shut up. I was shocked.

 



Joint report pdf.

Sunday July 1, 2012 06:57

Natural gas of coal for main generation of electricity may or may happen.
Natural gas producers recently have been shifting away from dry gas and focusing on wells producing oil and natural gas liquids, which are providing superior economic returns.

Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown's Global Energy practice serves clients in the oil and gas, power and renewable energy sectors around the globe, including key energy centers in London, New York, Houston, Hong Kong and Singapore.

tyoshida@mayerbrown.com
rpatrick@mayerbrown.com
russellr@pennwell.com


This is why Mr Broadhead's and Mr Greers report could be very important.

Bill spoke with both Mr Broadhead and Mr Price on the phone.
Hello Mr Broadhead,

Nice to talk to you on Wednesday afternoon.

Figures we discuss.

Mr Price tells bill were he got the data.

Call to Mr Price on Wednesday February 8, 2012.

Mr Price returns call on Thursday February 8, 2012.
Mr Price appears guilty of plagiarism?

Mr Broadhead claims innocence.
Non-response is a favorite ploy of the liberal arts 'educated.' "We'll ignore it and it will go away".

So let's embark on a course of actions which are likely to get a response!
Jason.Marks@state.nm.us
gretchen@gis.nmt.edu
scholle1@gmail.com
pubsofc@gis.nmt.edu







Shahab Mozaffari facebook.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#references


Monday June 25, 2012 12:36 

Broadhead, Ronald 575-835-5202 Bureau of Geology ron@gis.nmt.edu
Price, Greer           575-835-5752 Bureau of Geology gprice@gis.nmt.edu

Hello Mr Broadhead and Mr Price,

Displeasure of observation of the apparent liberal arts 'educated' methodology used to approach natural gas matters causes me to invoke a procedure which may yield results.

New Mexico PRC commissioner Jason Marks gives us a good example of 'the meeting' approach: http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#marksorder

Your report New Mexico’s Natural Gas Resources did not include a reference section.

Failure to include a reference section in you report may be serious for the reasons:

1 Data may have been 'invented.'
2 Credit should given to sources who supplied the data.

Importance of your report appears to me
PNM plans to generate future electricity with natural gas. New Mexico tech gas geologists Broadhead and Price show that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico with half the gas produced from wells less than five years old.

Other readers, I believe, need to know 1] how the data in your report was collected, 2] who collected the data, and 3 when was it collected.

Therefore, I ask that you reissue your report with a Reference section.

Failure of you both to positively acknowledge compliance with my request will result in me filing a formal complaint of unscholarly work with the president of New Mexico tech. And request that the president initiate a faculty investigation which results in a written report.

Please respond by Wednesday June 27, 2012.

Regards,
bill

Saturday June 30, 2012 `16:52

Homan ack.



Worldwide?
SCHOTT SOLAR FALLOUT — Schott Solar, which said Friday it is getting out of the photovoltaic business worldwide, received about $16 million in state and city incentives and will have to pay back some of that. The bulk of the money, $15 million from the state, went toward building the manufacturing plant and, in essence, the state will maintain a major stake in the building. Various state agencies went to work Friday to help the 200 employees who were laid off.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 4:00:35 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider


Schott Solar to close down NM plant

Schott may consume more electrcity in abq than its solar panels produce. We asked the question and received no promised response.

Dig link to Schott by Ms Glick.

SCHOTT SOLAR CLOSING ABQ PLANT — Schott Solar told the Journal it will close its Albuquerque plant Friday and lay off 200 workers. About 50 employees will stay on to ramp down the plant before it closes for good later this summer. Schott is closing it photovoltaic panel production, but will move its concentrated solar operation out of state.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2012 4:00:38 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider



NM OIL AND GAS REPORT — High oil prices and low natural gas prices continue to drive a lopsided recovery in New Mexico’s oil and gas industry. A new report from Montana-based Headwaters Economics shows that 86 of the state’s 90 active rigs are drilling for oil, and only four for natural gas. Almost all the oil activity is concentrated in the Permian Basin in southeastern New Mexico, where the industry is enjoying a boom in production. In the natural gas-rich San Juan Basin in northeastern New Mexico, new drilling is virtually stalled, and the industry remains mired in recession.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:00:35 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider
Greer Price email received on Tuesday June 25, 2012 but not read.

America’s Student Loan Crisis: It’s Not the Debt, It’s the Lack of Jobs







Jimmy Carter attacks Barack Obama over assassinations and drone attacks











Mary Homan may be up to something.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptquestions



Wednesday June 27, 2012 20:46

Hello Ms Homan,

Final foil in the power point presentation summarized at
http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptx invites questions.

I did not attend June 8 meeting because we were on vacation.

I have several questions,

Reason I ask these questions is that I have observed that liberal arts 'educated' usurp gas and electric integrated resource proceedings from the technical educated..

Methodology of the liberal arts 'educated' appears to be testimony and lots of words with little or no data.

Case No. 11-00369-UT [google] is an example of this flawed methodology.

Read http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#facts

1 When am I going to receive requested information? http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan1

2 Mr Fernald gave testimony about NMGIO's energy efficiency program accounting for 3/10% of total natrual gas consumption. Can we see the data?

If data is presented, then how it was collected should be referenced.

Mr Broadhead and Mr Price of New Mexico Tech have been contacted about how they obtained data for their report.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#references

Please ack if you receive this email and respond by Monday July 9, 2012.

Regards,
bill



Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran
By DAVID E. SANGER





Stuxnet: the worm that turned Obama into a hypocrite?

The cc list from hell?
 





Large list of ccs same as below.

attachment in pptx format. Working on attachment problems. Problem solved?



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptx



We have some.



has ppt problems. So let look at essential materialb information.




3/10 percent for TOTAL of NMGCO energy efficiency programs.

But let's see the raw data.

:-)









 

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Monday June 25, 2012 09:51

Focus on the liberal arts 'educated' doing electricity generation and natural gas usage. And recovery of our stolen $22,036.

Marks appears to use liberal art 'educated' methodology?


THE decision by the United States and Israel to develop and then deploy the Stuxnet computer worm against an Iranian nuclear facility late in George W. Bush’s presidency marked a significant and dangerous turning point in the gradual militarization of the Internet. Washington has begun to cross the Rubicon.

Now we may be heading for another war — perhaps triggered by Israeli strikes on Iranian nuclear sites ...





http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#marksorder





Order pdf.






Motion pdf.

Patty and Bill visited Millennium Bulk Terminal in Longview, WA while on vacation in 2011.

Coal train plans need careful study [google]

As much as 150 million tons a year. More than 260 trillion pounds. Nearly 700,000 train coal cars. Any way you measure it, that’s a lot of coal.

On Feb. 23, Australian company Millennium Bulk Terminals applied for federal, state and county permits to export between 25 million and 44 million tons of coal annually through the port of Longview, Wash.

The Spokesman-Review Sunday June 17, 2012 Page B9.

Ms Glick's denial scanned, posted but still not read yet. Don't rush. Look how many bad things have happened to the liberal arts 'educated' while we are waiting to read and respond.

Essex, MT. Vacation photos and a video.


Wednesday June 6, 2012 05:11

The stolen $22,036 is in focus.

Recovery is not easy. But we are working at it. This requires strategy,





We attended international webinar.


The Solar Impulse, the size of a jumbo jet, is powered by 12,000 solar cells turning four electrical motors.

Clouds and night may cause problems?
If they got a degree in math or science, they can probably get a job. But what if they got a degree in the social sciences? Or the arts? Or no degree at all? How many baristas can Starbucks hire?

Google 'Not Easy Being Green, But It Sure Has Proven Expensive'
By Jonah Goldberg / Syndicated Columnist on Mon, Jun 4, 2012
It was interesting while it lasted. But it looks like the “green revolution” has entered the long slide into “What was all that about?”

JonahsColumn@aol.com.

[imporant essay so we let you google to find.]

Jonah Goldberg




Higher electric bills. Emphasis on solar power.







Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran

Obama ordered Stuxnet cyberattack, reports say. Did it leave US vulnerable?





The Age of Drones



Case of the spiked vision tester?

New Mexico 4 or 8 years at the option of the driver <67: 4 or 8 years at driver's option; 67+: 4 years or age 75, whichever occurs first; annually for drivers age 75 and older

.





http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/solarlights.htm#linkedin

Do you understand the electricity generation problem yet?
Last year's tsunami crisis left Japan's nuclear future in doubt and its reactors idled, rendering its huge stockpile of plutonium useless for now. So, the nuclear industry's plan to produce even more this year has raised a red flag.

Nuclear industry officials say they hope to start producing a half-ton of plutonium within months, in addition to the more than 35 tons Japan already has stored around the world. That's even though all the reactors that might use it are either inoperable or offline while the country rethinks its nuclear policy after the tsunami-generated Fukushima crisis. ...

Japanese officials argue that, once those plans are in place, the reactors will draw down the stockpile and use up most of it by 2030.

"There is no excess plutonium in this country," said Koichi Imafuku, an official at the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy. "It's not just lying around without purpose."


Gran Quivira essential non-gas-wasting educational field trip Saturday May 26, 2012.

Google 'ag says office committed to energy efficiency'
AG Says Office Committed to Energy Efficiency

By Gary King / New Mexico Attorney General on Thu, May 31, 2012

The claims made by the Coalition for Clean, Affordable Energy in the Journal’s May 18 issue are misleading and erroneous in their portrayal of the attorney general’s position on utility efficiency and renewable programs.

By law the attorney general is required to represent residential and small-business utility customers before the Public Regulation Commission. We do this in large part by attempting to minimize increases in utility rates and guaranteeing that costs for programs such as efficiency and renewable energy are just and reasonable. ...

Albuquerque Journal Thursday May 31, 2012 page A9
Energy viz ploy working well.



Wednesday May 30, 2012 07:10

China digs into American coal mines
Even in Coal Country, the Fight for an Industry
Spain Ejects Clean-Power Industry With Europe Precedent: Energy




No references



Lessons Learned -- ERP Implementation at Utilities



Self-Service Strategy for Utilities -- A Step by Step Approach

Report: Two Solar Technologies That Will Thrive; Two On the Demise





Chinese defaults prompt mystery



Student Debt as a Human Rights Issue



Whitman taught us that there is a lot of BS associated with liberal arts 'education'. And we are using this knowledge to try to defeat them.



Bay Area celebrates 75th birthday of iconic Golden Gate Bridge



Nuclear chief says Iran will not halt uranium enrichment



The Associated Press reported from Vienna at the end of the week that the IAEA had discovered in a bunker at Iran's Fordo enrichment site. One possible meaning of the find, according to the report, is that Iran is moving closer to the 90-percent enrichment level needed for nuclear weapons. But another explanation could be that the centrifuges at first emitted uranium enriched to that level, but that their operators subsequently regulated them to the required level. Israel is demanding the dismantling of the facility at Fordo, but the Western powers are limiting their demand to a freezing of enrichment activity there.

Iran: Two nuclear plants to be built


Germany’s solar power plants produced a record 22 gigawatts of energy on Friday, equivalent to the output of 20 nuclear plants. ...
However, in spite of increased investment, Bundesnetzagentur, the country’s new energy regulator, has predicted widespread power cuts as the power grid is put under extra pressure this winter.

Why is May 2011 electric usage less than May 2012? Could it be the automatic ice and cold water dispensers?


Trade War Looming as China Rebukes U.S. Support for Solar

Victim of refrigerator manufacturers and PNM energy efficiency scam?
 
Why is May 2012 electricity consumption greater than May 2011?
 


NM FPL wind farm promised to respond, didn't, then changed website. So we viz'em.

Former regulator says more wind not a “silver bullet”



Memorial Day: Honor the Dead, Heal the Wounded, Stop the Wars



Truthdig initiated Facebook login. Avitar is from Nuclear Express book signing at Page One in Albuquerque.

See author Thomas Reed wearing pink corduroy pants a book signing. :-)

Iran Seeks Sanctions Relief in Nuclear Talks







Iran nuke talks start, new proposals pitched



Oil falls on potential Iran deal, economy concerns







http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#heard1

Ms Heard appears to be liberal arts 'educated' as evidenced to the amount of interpretation compared to data in
Cold feet over striking Iran.



The PRC insurance division won't send us the claim forms it acknowledges it has.



Solar works when matched with the right load
LuminAID Lab is proud to introduce the LuminAID light: a solar-rechargeable, inflatable lamp that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern. Safe, sustainable, and portable, the LuminAID light provides up to six hours of LED light, ideal for disaster relief situations, recreational use outdoors, or in the home as an extra light source. Our mission: make light more affordable, sustainable, and available for everyone.




and may be a scam with wrong loads.Clean Energy Standard hearing questions costs






Monday May 21, 2012 06:20



The stolen $22,036 is in focus.

Recovery is not easy. But we are working at it.



Clean Energy Standard hearing questions costs






Friday May 18, 2012 08:52

A meeting to get our stolen $22,036 back?

This probably won't work.

Better ideas sought.




http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#nnsaservicecertificate





From: "Ana Kippenbrock, PRC" Ana.Kippenbrock@state.nm.us
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Cc: "Richard Blumenfeld, PRC" Richard.Blumenfeld@state.nm.us
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 10:18:10 AM
Subject: 12-00145-UT - NNSA PROTEST

Dear Mr. Payne,

Attached is NNSA’s protest filed in case 12-00145-UT. Note that the caption of the case was changed with our Initial Order. I am also sending you the certificate of service and labels for this case.

I understand that you wish to file as a Public Comment the second part of your message to me.

The Commission has an online docket section named “Case Lookup E-Docket” where members of the public and interested parties can access and download case information at any time. The docket section is listed on the Commission’s website at www.nmprc.com. The key for the Case Lookup is located in the “Contact Us” section in the main page. You will be required to register to log in. Feel free to call me if you need more information about accessing the e-docket.

Ana C. Kippenbrock, Paralegal
New Mexico Public Regulation Commission
Office of the General Counsel
(505) 827-6947
Ana.kippenbrock@state.nm.us


Management In Real Life: The Power of Positive Meeting



Certificate of service? .doc







Certificate of service May 16, 2012




Thursday May 17, 2012 09:30

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#kippenbrock2


Hello Ms Kippenbrock,

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#protest2 received.

However, National Nuclear Security Administration Agency's Protest was NOT received.

Only NMGCO's response was received.

I ask that you forward a copy of the NNSA protest filing and certificate of service to me in accordance with NMAC rule 1.2.2.10 C (1).

Reason is that these energy matters are not only of New Mexico but of international interest too.


New Mexico tech gas geologists Broadhead and Price show that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico with half the gas produced from wells less than five years old. New Mexico’s Natural Gas Resources.

Five new generators are on track for completion this decade, including two reactors approved just a few weeks ago (the first new reactor approvals in the US in over 30 years). Those will add to the 104 reactors that are already in operation around the country and already produce 20% of the nation’s power.

Those reactors will eat up 19,724 tonnes of U3O8 this year, which represents 29% of global uranium demand. If that seems like a large amount, it is! The US produces more nuclear power than any other country on earth, which means it consumes more uranium that any other nation. However, decades of declining domestic production have left the US producing only 4% of the world’s uranium.

With so little homegrown uranium, the United States has to import more than 80% of the uranium it needs to fuel its reactors. Thankfully, for 18 years a deal with Russia has filled that gap. The “Megatons to Megawatts” agreement, whereby Russia downblends highly enriched uranium from nuclear warheads to create reactor fuel, has provided the US with a steady, inexpensive source of uranium since 1993. The problem is that the program is coming to an end next year.

The Upside to a Natural Gas Downturn
Marin Katusa, for The Daily Reckoning
Monday April 2, 2012

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill

Vt. becomes 1st state to ban hydraulic fracturing

REFERENCES

TITLE 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
PART 2 PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION RULES OF PROCEDURE

1.2.2.10 FILING AND SERVICE:

A. Filing: A pleading or document is considered filed on the date stamped by the commission. Any pleading or document received after regular business hours will be stamped and considered filed on the next regular business day.

B. Rejection:

(1) Pleadings and documents which are not in substantial compliance with these or other commission rules, orders of the commission or presiding officer, or applicable statutes may be rejected within thirty (30) days after filing.

(2) If rejected, such papers will be returned with an indication of the deficiencies therein. Acceptance of a pleading or document for filing is not a determination that the pleading or document complies with all requirements of the commission or presiding officer and is not a waiver of such requirements.

(3) The chief of staff of the commission is authorized to reject pleadings and documents under this rule and to sub-delegate such authority.

(4) Pleadings or documents that have been rejected shall not be entered on the commission's docket for decision.

C. Service Generally:

(1) Except as otherwise provided by rule or order, all pleadings, orders, notices, and documents filed in a proceeding shall be promptly served upon those persons described in Paragraph (4) of Subsection C of 1.2.2.10 NMAC by the person filing the orders, notices, pleadings, or documents. Service shall be made by depositing the pleading, order, notice, or document in the U.S. mail, postage prepaid, using first class or express mail, by delivering the pleading, order, notice, or document to a commercial courier service for delivery, by hand delivery, or by electronic transmission in accordance with other rules governing electronic service promulgated by the commission. The date of service shall be the date of deposit in the mail, delivery to a commercial courier service, hand delivery, or electronic transmission.

(2) A certificate of service listing, by name, each person served and describing the manner and date of service shall be filed with or attached to the pleading, order, notice, or document being filed and all copies served or filed, unless otherwise directed by the commission or presiding officer.

(3) Service of pleadings, orders, notices, and documents on the staff’s or a party’s named attorney is valid service upon staff or the party for all purposes in the proceeding unless the commission or presiding officer directs otherwise.

(4) Service of pleadings, orders, notices, and documents shall be made upon all persons included on the official service list. The official service list is the most recent service list issued by the commission or presiding officer in the proceeding.

(a) A service list shall include parties and staff or their counsel of record and shall be issued by the commission or presiding officer in all proceedings after the deadline for intervention has passed in the proceeding, and may be revised from time to time.

(b) The commission or presiding officer shall serve all service lists upon staff and the parties to the proceeding promptly upon issuance of the list.

(c) Prior to the issuance of an official service list, all pleadings, orders, notices, and documents filed in a proceeding shall be served by the person filing the orders, notices, pleadings, or documents upon all other parties in the proceeding, persons who have pending motions to intervene, staff, and as otherwise required by commission rule or order.

D. Electronic service: Electronic service shall be effectuated in accordance with other rules of the commission governing electronic filing and service.

E. Amendments and withdrawal of pleadings and supporting documents:

(1) Except in the case of formal complaints, pleadings may be amended or withdrawn only with leave of the commission or presiding officer and upon such conditions as the commission or presiding officer

may deem appropriate.

(2) Formal complaints may be amended without leave at any time prior to the issuance of the probable cause determination required by this rule.

(3) Amendments to any pleading shall not broaden the scope of the issues originally filed unless the commission or presiding officer exercises the discretion to allow such an amendment.

(4) Upon any amendment or withdrawal of a pleading allowed, the commission or presiding officer may require a supplementary public notice.

(5) Direct testimony and exhibits filed may be amended or withdrawn only with leave of the commission or presiding officer, who may take into consideration, among other things, any delay or prejudice to the commission, its staff, or the parties which would result from the granting of the motion. The commission or presiding officer may grant or deny the motion or grant the motion only upon such conditions as are deemed appropriate. Upon any amendment or withdrawal allowed, the commission or presiding officer may require a supplementary public notice.

[1.2.2.10 NMAC - Rp, 17 NMAC 1.2.28, 9-1-08]

'failure to comply with the rules of the commission, or for other good cause shown.' 1.2.2.12 B.

Iran Will Get Nukes and “We’re Not Going to Do Anything”: Ian Bremmer


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#protest2

 








Initial Order pdf.
 

Wednesday May 16, 2012 08:23

Management In Real Life: The Power of Positive Meeting



Google 'quaneco payne'

Quaneco folder, of which bill was sent two, was sent to



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#protest

PNM SHAREHOLDERS MEET — PNM Resources president and CEO Pat Vincent-Collawn touched on the stewing controversy over the San Juan Generating Station during Tuesday’s annual shareholders’ meeting, but it wasn’t the message protesters outside wanted her to deliver. They made it clear they want the coal-fired plant near Farmington closed. Inside, balancing environmental programs and customer cost impacts are a “very delicate issue that has sparked much debate,” Vincent-Collawn said.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" bizinsider@abqpubco.com
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 4:00:07 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider


Albuquerque Journal Tuesday May 15, 2012

 

New Energy Economy




Southside Water Reclamation Plant

New Mexico Renewable Energy Resources









Bill passed to ease Calico Solar project

Yes, they had millions in DOE support. Over $7M cash for their Maricopa Solar Plant and millions of dollars per year in support from Sandia Naional Labs.

Solar struggles: Stirling Energy Systems files for bankruptcy


The Energy Wars Heat Up






Good time to tweet?

http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#jerrybrown



Energy parasites make considerable contrabution to increased energy costs.



energybiz Volume 9, Issue 3 May 12, June 12, 2012 page 50.

EFFICIENCY JOBS MOUNT plot included at top of page 50. Efficiency and conservation work.

Large-sale solar water opposed to grid-powered pumping requires response?

Solar/electric system on Candelaria between Juan Tabo and Tramway photograhed Saturday May 12, 2012



Home solar appears not to be maintenamce-free. How much does system weigh?

Latilla panels under construction to hide meters and electronic controllers.



Pot at right holds Pacific Hydrostar solar water pump 1. Motor is being run as much as possible to see how long it last. 90 day warranty from Harbor Freight.




Pacific Hydrostar solar powered water pumps works great ... so far. Low voltage is a concern.

Why doesn't Albuquerque Water Authority use solar generation of electricty to power its pumps?

Let's ask. :-)

Peacefull settlement entered minds yet?

Radio Javan







Clean Tech Could Come Crashing Down



Landscaper having problems.

Latillas may have to be erected by us. Nasty mechanical or civil engineering problem. Problem theoretically solved. Looks to be fun to implement.



Thursday March 10, 2012 emails



House, NM FPL wind farm field trip, Friday December 30, 2011.


Carolyn Glick sent another email at 09:23 Wednesday March 9, 2012.

Latilla mixed technology contruction techniques required to obscure meters and controllers.

Bill built wall above big stone in the middle after taking anasazi lessons.



Latillas go behind wall. Sedimentary rocks were edited with 3.28 pound hand sledge hammer.

If bill was removed as an intervenor, then why? on Tuesday May 8, 2012.



Let's find out, then take action.

 

Wednesday April 18, 2012 10:05


Solar water pump.
_____

Hello First Solar, ... no response from First Solar
First Solar Inc. (FSLR)’s decision to fire 30 percent of its staff and reduce production shows that even the biggest solar panel makers aren’t immune from the shakeout that’s bankrupted at least eight companies on two continents in the past year.



Unwise decision?



Deny attachment pdf.


How To Empower India With Big Solar Energy Plans




Solar green?



 
 
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RIDER NO. 36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN FILING REQUIREMENTS

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00007-UT


http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#pnmset3

THIRD SET OF INTERROGATORIES

INTRODUCTION

Intervenor William H Payne requests, pursuant to 1.2.2.25 NMAC, that you answer the following Interrogatories and produce all documents which are responsive in any way to the Interrogatories or in any way to the specific Requests for Production of Documents. Your responses must be made in accordance with the STAFF'S FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO. If you have any questions about any of the Interrogatories or Requests for Production, please contact Willaim H Payne at bpayne37@comcast.net or 505-3409225 cell. Please serve responses to bpayne37@comcast.net and have the certificate of service filed with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Records Bureau.

The Los Lunas Solar Energy Center

1 What is the size of each of the 78,000 Solar Panels?

2 Who is the panel manufacturer and what is the part number?

3 What inverter is used with the system?

4 What was the cost of the panels?

Documents please.

5 What was the cost of the inverters?

Documents please.

6 What was the cost of the hardware for the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center photovoltaic (PV) system?

Documents please.

7 What was the installation cost of the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center system?

Documents please.

8 What is the purpose ofthe Los Lunas Solar Energy Center?

9 Is the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center connected to the grid?

10 What is the CAPACITY FACTOR of the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center by month from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Please provide a plot similar to the ITRON SGIP Figure 3-1.

11 How many kWh [kilowatt HOURS] of electricity per month from from its start of electricity production through March 2012 does the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center produce?

Table presentation please.

12 What is the average peak output [kW] of the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center for each hour [24] for each month of the year from from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Table presentation please.

13 How much as been spent of maintenance from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Documentation please.

14 What is the estimated system removal, safe disposal, and site clean-up cost in April 2012 of the Los Lunas Solar Energy Center?

Detailed breakdown of costs please.

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION


IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO  )
FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY        )
RIDER NO.36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE  )
NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN ) Case No. 12-00007-UT
FILING REQUIREMENTS,                               )
                                                                )
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,  )
                                                                )
APPLICANT                                                 )

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the THIRD SET OF INTERROGATORIES was sent on April 17, 2012 by e-mail to the persons whose e-mail addresses are listed below.


"Paula High-Young" Paula.High-Young@pnmresources.com, "James A. - PRC Brack" Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, "Carolyn Glick" Carolyn.Glick@state.nm.us, "Charles F. Noble Esq." c-m-k@msn.com, "Charles Gunter - NMPRC" Charles.Gunter@state.nm.us, davidgriscom@gmail.com, "Dwight Lamberson" Dwight.Lamberson@state.nm.us, "Glenda Murphy" gmurphy@westernresources.org, "Jeff Taylor Esq." JTaylor@nmag.gov, "John Curl" jcurl@westernresources.org, "Nancy Burns" Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us, "Nann M. Winter Esq." nwinter@stelznerlaw.com, "NMAG - Loretta Martinez" lmartinez@nmag.gov, "Pat Ortiz" POrtiz@cuddymccarthy.com, "Patrick Griebel Esq. - abqbizlaw" Patrick@abqbizlaw.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, "Peter Gould Esq." pgouldlaw@gmail.com, "Ben Phillips" Ben.Phillips@pnmresources.com, "Ryan Jerman" ryan.jerman@state.nm.us, "Steven S. Michel" smichel@westernresources.org, "Thomas Wander" Thomas.Wander@pnmresources.com

Dated April 17, 2012.

William H Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

 

Tuesday April 17, 2012 09:14
Essentially, gas is so cheap that it’s no longer profitable to drill.

“Producers typically need $5 [per 1,000 cubic feet] to break even,” says David Greely, an energy analyst at Goldman Sachs (GS). The industry hasn’t seen prices consistently over $5 since September 2010, back when there were nearly 1,000 rigs operating in the U.S. The number of gas rigs peaked near 1,600 in mid-2008, when prices peaked at $10. (The boom was effectively confirmed in June 2009, when a Colorado School of Mines report showed that U.S. natural gas reserves were 35 percent higher than previously estimated.)

Nancy Burns' filing grosses us out

Please note that Ms Burns waited until final minutes to file.

You always want to do this in such matter for reasons you may think of something else.



Importance of natural gas is that PNM plans to generate future electricity with natural gas. New Mexico tech gas geologists Broadhead and Price show that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico with half the gas produced from wells less than five years old.

TPTB have been delt a serious blow by Internet, inexpensive computing equipment, and Google.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is worried about the future of the internet. There are "very powerful forces that have lined up against the open internet on all sides and around the world," he said in an interview with The Guardian.



These groups of people make their money from doing this stuff. A boondoggle?

non se·qui·tur: A conclusion or statement that does not logically follow from the previous argument or statement.



Attachment pdf.


at http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#decision






 






Ninety one pages?


Exceptions pdf
Recommened Decision pdf




Notice pdf.
Delay pdf.

Natural Gas Integrated Resource
Plan 2012 – 2022
April 02, 2012













Mr Casey and Mr Fernald both stated that the amount of natural gas consumed by New Mexico Gas Company was increasing because of more customers but the amount per customer was decreasing.

Mr Fernald's revelation that NMGCO efficiency program only accounts for 3/10% of gas saved by customer's efficiency measures may suggest that the energy efficiency rate increase application and subsequent hearing is a waste of NMGCO customers' money?

Recent New Mexico Tech essay New Mexico's Natural Gas Resources [no references to data for figures to qualify it as a technical report] reports that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico.












:-)



Monday May 21, 2012 06:203

Combined with other personnel reductions in Europe and the U.S., these actions will reduce the U.S. solar-panel maker's global work force by 30%, or about 2,000 positions.

And finally, while we’re on the topic of energy, here’s a submission from Fellow Reckoner, V. Forbes, who writes in from our old home state of Queensland, Australia. This one ought to inspire a few responses. Writes Mr. Forbes...

Generating electricity from solar panels in cold, cloudy Northern Europe is like growing pawpaws in Iceland — it can be done, but who would be so silly as to try?

Germany was silly enough to try. Germany gets about an hour of useful sunshine per day in winter — solar power is weakest just when they need it most. But they have installed about half of the world’s solar panels. Germany’s Q-Cells, once the world’s biggest manufacturer of solar panels, just went broke. So did four other German solar companies.
Sunny California also tried, but despite a half billion dollar loan from US tax payers, solar panel manufacturer Solyndra went broke. Solar Trust of America, recently offered $2 billion in loan guarantees by US tax payers, has also filed for bankruptcy.

All the European PIIGS have tried — and the waste of taxpayer funds on failing green energy schemes is a major reason for their parlous financial state.

The only sensible participant in the solar industry is China — they make panels very cheaply using coal or nuclear power and sell them to green dreamers.

The reason green energy creates so much red ink is pretty obvious — it just needs one day’s observation of the sun.

Full strength solar energy is available around midday for maybe 8 hours each day, providing the skies are clear, and there is no dust on the panels, and you are in a tropical zone. For the other 16 hours of the day, most electricity must come from reliable energy sources like gas, hydro, coal or nuclear. This about doubles capital and operating costs for no increase in output.
Google 'hybrid owners one and done'

Only 35 percent of hybrid vehicle owners chose to purchase a hybrid again when they returned to the market in 2011, according to auto information company R.L. Polk & Co.

If you factor out the super-loyal Toyota Prius buyers, the repurchase rate drops to under 25 percent.

Why Washington’s Iran Policy Could Lead to Global Disaster



Iran nuclear talks begin in Turkey



Brightsource Will Not Go Public After All




IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RIDER NO. 36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN FILING REQUIREMENTS

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00007-UT


http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#pnmset2

SECOND SET OF INTERROGATORIES

INTRODUCTION

Intervenor William H Payne requests, pursuant to 1.2.2.25 NMAC, that you answer the following Interrogatories and produce all documents which are responsive in any way to the Interrogatories or in any way to the specific Requests for Production of Documents. Your responses must be made in accordance with the STAFF'S FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO. If you have any questions about any of the Interrogatories or Requests for Production, please contact Willaim H Payne at bpayne37@comcast.net or 505-3409225 cell. Please serve responses to bpayne37@comcast.net and have the certificate of service filed with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Records Bureau.

PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station

1 What is the size of each of the 30,000 Solar Panels?

2 Who is the panel manufacturer and what is the part number?

3 What inverter is used with the system?

4 What was the cost of the panels?

Documents please.

5 What was the cost of the inverters?

Documents please.

6 What was the cost of the hardware for the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station solar photovoltaic (PV) system?

Documents please.

7 What was the installation cost of the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station system?

Documents please.

8 What is the purpose of thePNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station?

9 Is the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station connected to the grid?

10 What is the CAPACITY FACTOR of the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Stationby month from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Please provide a plot similar to the ITRON SGIP Figure 3-1.

11 How many kWh [kilowatt HOURS] of electricity per month from from its start of electricity production through March 2012 does the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station produce?

Table presentation please.

12 What is the average peak output [kW] of the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station for each hour [24] for each month of the year from from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Table presentation please.

13 How much as been spent of maintenance from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Documentation please.

14 What is the estimated system removal, safe disposal, and site clean-up cost in April 2012 of the PNM utility-scale solar energy facility at the Reeves Generating Station?

Detailed breakdown of costs please.

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION


IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO  )
FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY        )
RIDER NO.36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE  )
NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN ) Case No. 12-00007-UT
FILING REQUIREMENTS,                               )
                                                                )
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,  )
                                                                )
APPLICANT                                                 )

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the SECOND SET OF INTERROGATORIES was sent on April 13, 2012 by e-mail to the persons whose e-mail addresses are listed below.

VIA E-MAIL TO:
"Paula High-Young" Paula.High-Young@pnmresources.com, "James A. - PRC Brack" Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, "Carolyn Glick" Carolyn.Glick@state.nm.us, "Charles F. Noble Esq." c-m-k@msn.com, "Charles Gunter - NMPRC" Charles.Gunter@state.nm.us, davidgriscom@gmail.com, "Dwight Lamberson" Dwight.Lamberson@state.nm.us, "Glenda Murphy" gmurphy@westernresources.org, "Jeff Taylor Esq." JTaylor@nmag.gov, "John Curl" jcurl@westernresources.org, "Nancy Burns" Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us, "Nann M. Winter Esq." nwinter@stelznerlaw.com, "NMAG - Loretta Martinez" lmartinez@nmag.gov, "Pat Ortiz" POrtiz@cuddymccarthy.com, "Patrick Griebel Esq. - abqbizlaw" Patrick@abqbizlaw.com, bpayne37@comcast.net, "Peter Gould Esq." pgouldlaw@gmail.com, "Ben Phillips" Ben.Phillips@pnmresources.com, "Ryan Jerman" ryan.jerman@state.nm.us, "Steven S. Michel" smichel@westernresources.org, "Thomas Wander" Thomas.Wander@pnmresources.com

Dated April 13, 2012.


William H Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111


Friday April 13, 2012 07:48

American Decline: Debated, Contested, Obvious



Polluting solar generation of electricity scam is alleged in New Mexico.
As a result, the stock prices of even leading companies are down sharply. Shares of First Solar, for example, are down 93 percent from their 2008 high, closing at $22 on Thursday. Shares of Suntech have dropped 96 percent from their 2007 peak, closing at $2.80 on Thursday. The I.P.O.’s of two alternative energy companies have run into trouble, and the American subsidiaries of Solar Millennium, a German solar thermal power company that is in insolvency proceedings, recently filed for bankruptcy protection.

One Stop Gardens solar fence light 1 charging circuit failed. Disassembly reveal what appears to be a separate light-sensing circuit separate from the solar panel.

Solar panel #1 dead. Bad solar panel.

http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#paula1




Attachment pdf.








Friday April 13, 2012 06:33

Electricity production, not nuclear weapons, is at issue?
Reports suggest that America's second demand will be the export of Iran's stockpile of medium-enriched uranium.


World War III in May?

Speculation is building as to just when the world-ending fighting will begin (if it does, at all). Specifically, there's a slow clock running on Iran, which is coming into talks on April 23rd with what most experts agree are less than "clean hands" on the matter of weapons development. And backing them up? Well, there's a worrisome reports that "Russia is massing troops on Iran's northern border waiting for a Western attack."

Urban Survival
Thursday April 12, 2012




Issues:

1 cost of solar system
2 installation costs
3 maintenance costs
4 system removal and safe disposal costs
5 revenue received for kWh produced.

The Long, Hot March of Climate Change



http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#motion


Solar irradiance conversation with Mr Stuart Bowden on Tuesday April 10, 2012.


 
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RIDER NO. 36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN FILING REQUIREMENTS

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00007-UT


http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#pnmset1

FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES

INTRODUCTION

Intervenor William H Payne requests, pursuant to 1.2.2.25 NMAC, that you answer the following Interrogatories and produce all documents which are responsive in any way to the Interrogatories or in any way to the specific Requests for Production of Documents. Your responses must be made in accordance with the STAFF'S FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO. If you have any questions about any of the Interrogatories or Requests for Production, please contact Willaim H Payne at bpayne37@comcast.net or 505-3409225 cell. Please serve responses to bpayne37@comcast.net and have the certificate of service filed with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Records Bureau.

PNM Algodones, NM 25-kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) system

1 What is the size of each of four solar PV panels of the 22 arrays?

2 Who is the panel manufacturer and what is the part number?

3 What inverter is used with the system?

4 What was the cost of the panels?

Documents please.

5 What was the cost of the inverters?

Documents please.

6 What was the cost of the hardware for the Algodones, NM 25-kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) system?

Documents please.

7 What was the installation cost of the Algodones, NM 25-kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) system?

Documents please.

8 What is the purpose of the PNM Algodones solar facility?

9 Is the PNM Algodones solar facility connected to the grid?

10 What is the CAPACITY FACTOR of the PNM Algodones solar facility by month from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Please provide a plot similar to the ITRON SGIP Figure 3-1.

11 How many kWh [kilowatt HOURS] of electricity per month from from its start of electricity production through March 2012 does the PNM Algodones solar facility produce?

Table presentation please.

12 What is the average peak output [kW] of the PNM Algodones solar facility for each hour [24] for each month of the year from from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Table presentation please.

13 How much as been spent of maintenance from its start of electricity production through March 2012?

Documentation please.

14 What is the estimated system removal, safe disposal, and site remediationl cost of processed in April 2012?

Detailed breakdown of costs please.

Notes


Note PNM comment "Installing solar PV on a large scale is cost-prohibitive ..."



Let's see if Discovery works better.

From: "Don Brown"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2009 2:53:11 PM GMT -08:00 Tijuana / Baja California
Subject: FW: Rebates
Bill, got your request for answer to the following questions. I have an inquiry into our generation folks and will be in touch. Thanks. db

1 What is the purpose of the PNM Algodones solar facility?

2 Is the PNM Algodones solar facility connected to the grid?

3 What is the CAPACITY FACTOR of the PNM Algodones solar facility by month from September 2007 through March 2009?

Please provide a plot similar to the ITRON SGIP Figure 3-1.

4 How many kWh [kilowatt HOURS] of electricity per month from September 2007 through March 2009 does the PNM Algodones solar facility produce? Table presentation please.

5 What is the average peak output [kW] of the PNM Algodones solar facility for each hour [24] for each month of the year from September 2007 through March 2009? Table presentation please.


From: James, Sharon
Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2009 2:54 PM
To: Brown, Don
Subject: FW: Rebates

Hello Don - This email came through our rebate website. Thanks. Sharon


From: bpayne37@comcast.net [mailto:bpayne37@comcast.net]
Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2009 1:04 PM
To: van Moorsel, Emma; James, Sharon
Subject: Rebates


Name: bill payne
Phone: 505-292-7037
Message: Please help us to get Don Brown to reply to litigimate
questions about PNM Algodones solar array.

These answers may be important because of Solar Array is the fourth solar manufacturing venture planned, under construction or operating in New Mexico, joining Schott Solar, Advent Solar and Signet Solar.

http://www.prosefights.org/pnmsolar/pnmsolar.htm#schottnew

Thanks.




 
BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION


IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO  )
FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY        )
RIDER NO.36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE  )
NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN ) Case No. 12-00007-UT
FILING REQUIREMENTS,                               )
                                                                )
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,  )
                                                                )
APPLICANT                                                 )

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES was sent on April 12, 2012 by e-mail to the persons whose e-mail addresses are listed below.

VIA E-MAIL TO:

From: "Carolyn Glick, PRC" Carolyn.Glick@state.nm.us
To: "Bill Payne" bpayne37@comcast.net, "James A. Brack, PRC" Jim.Brack@state.nm.us, "Charles Noble" c-m-k@msn.com, "David Griscom" davidgriscom@gmail.com, "Glenda Murphy (gmurphy@westernresources.org)" gmurphy@westernresources.org, "Charles Gunter, PRC" Charles.Gunter@state.nm.us, jcurl@westernresources.org, "Ryan Jerman, PRC" Ryan.Jerman@state.nm.us, "Loretta Martinez" lmartinez@nmag.gov, "Nann Winter" nwinter@stelznerlaw.com, "Patrick Griebel" patrick@abqbizlaw.com, "Patrick Ortiz" POrtiz@cuddymccarthy.com, "Peter Gould" pgouldlaw@gmail.com, "Ben Phillips" Ben.Phillips@pnmresources.com, smichel@westernresources.org, "Jeff Taylor" JTaylor@nmag.gov, "Thomas Wander" Thomas.Wander@pnmresources.com

Dated April 12, 2012.


William H Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111



Thursday April 12, 2012 08:44

 



Attachment 1 pdf
Attachment 1 pdf.

Monday April 2, 2012 19:14

Let's analyze pdf report.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#report




Report pdf
Certificate of service doc. 

Monday April 2, 2012 09:39

So Much for Solar?

Something of a trend to watch is going on in the UK in a press release that caught my eye this morning. You may know that in the UK, people have been installing lots of solar in order to generate more than they use in their homes in order to lock in a fairly feed-in rate paid by utilities. What is interesting is the Brits are knocking back the price paid to solar investors by almost 50% in some cases.

Urban Survival
Frdiay March 30, 2012



Profound sentence Machines are our slaves and coal, oil, and gas are their food. needs expansion to include: And they don't do well on a diet of wind and solar produced electricity.



Landscaper Shane [Google 'T4 landscaping] likes solar lighting in his designs so we are off to Harbor Freight to purchase some.

Solar battery charging circuits interests us.

India's Solar Excitement: Proceed with Caution



Part 1: Lots at Stake in the US as Energy Takes Political Spotlight



Top Six Reasons We Need a Better Definition of Clean Energy



Is Education the Fuel We Need for a Renewable Future?



We Screwed Up: A Letter of Apology to My Granddaughter



Wind Headed for a Fall, PTC or Not




Google 'high lonesome wind farm field trip' then listen to Mike descibe the bays of electronics in a wind turbine system.

Electronics are usually [we fix our 8051 family embedded controller forth systems if they fail ... which they rarely do] discarded, not fixed, when they fail. Electronics are continually upgraded and replacements not available.

One expensive first hand example is the failure under warranty of our desktop GIGABYTE MA78GM-US2H motherboard which cost over $400 to fix. This caused us to buy a Lenovo G560 laptop for backup.

Viz.



Hello Brian

:-)

Brian Dohe is on the TODO list







Viz'em.



Motion is in the mail.



We should have asked for an ack.




Scam?


PNM load forcaster Steve Martin identified water pumping as a major source of peak load.

Martin's foils were not included in the official 1 7/8 pound 2008 PNM electric integrated resource planning report.
 

Post Fukushima Disaster; The Fate of Nuclear Energy



MIT: The challenge of integrating renewables





March 28, 2012 is deadline for filing Motion for Leave to Intervene.

310 Solar phoned to ask about solar panel angle on MCT building in Bernalillo on Wednesday March 21, 2012.

Call returned. Note that bill did not give his last name but caller knew it.


Google 'While We Pay More, PNM Produces Lame Excuses'
These recent findings prompted Public Regulation Commissioner Jason Marks, one of the state regulators who oversees PNM, to say in a recent news report that “PNM should redirect its resources toward the future, not the past.”

The “past” that Marks is referring to is PNM’s 40-year-old coal-burning power plant San Juan Generating Station near Farmington. It’s in dire need of expensive pollution control upgrades.

The “future” Marks is talking about? Renewable energy production. Investing in clean energy projects creates jobs and taps renewable wind and solar resources that are abundant in our state and come without the high pollution, health and water use costs of coal.


PNM spokesperson Brown and PNM have a long record of promising responses, along with Schott Solar.

This has always the main target, other than getting our stolen $22,036 back, of course.

New Mexico Public Regulations Commission
ATTN: Records Division
PERA Building
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO FOR APPROVAL OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RIDER NO. 36 PURSUANT TO ADVICE NOTICE NO. 439 AND FOR VARIANCES FROM CERTAIN FILING REQUIREMENTS

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO,

Applicant  
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Case No. 12-00007-UT

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY

http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#motion

William H Payne, author of the PNM Alternate Report: Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027, and intervenor in CASE NO. 11-00369-UT in compliance with NMAC 1.2.2.23A hereby requests to intervene.
1.2.2.23 INTERVENORS AND COMMENTERS: A. Intervention: Any person other than staff and the original parties to a proceeding who desires to become a party to the proceeding may move in writing for leave to intervene in the proceeding.

(1) The motion for leave to intervene shall indicate the nature of the movant’s interest in the proceeding.


(2) The motion shall also comply with the provisions of this rule governing pleadings except that the motion shall indicate the facts relied upon as grounds for intervention.


(3) Motions for leave to intervene shall be served on all existing parties and other proposed intervenors of record.
states:

1 Nature of interests in the proceeding are:
A Ensure that decision for rate increase is based on facts provided by engineers and scientists as opposed to liberal arts verbal and essay analysis.

B Determine if the New Mexico Renewable Energy Act NMSA 1978, §§ 62-16-1 et seq. ("REA") is merely an alternergy business ploy.

C Determine if large-scale solar and wind generation of electricity equipment purchase, installation and maintence costs are greater than electruc sales revenue derived from them.

D Determine if Energy Returned on Energy Invested is greater than one for Schott solar panels.

E Determine if proper disposal of toxic solar panels is considered.

F Compel PNM and Schott Solar to respond through Discovery to requests for information for which responses to past requests were promised but never fulfilled.

G Expose unintelligence and incompetence at the PRC and New Mexico state government.

2 Facts relied upon include:
A Post alerts prospective intervenor
fast neutron
Santa Fe, NM
January 12, 2009

From actual experience, wind farms produce 1.2 watts per square meter. Solar Thermal and Photovoltaic methods capture 5 to 6 watts per square meter. There is no economy of size in either technology. Dividing the watts you need by those values gives the land area in square meters needed to produce the juice. The numbers are astronomical

http://www.topix.net/forum/source/santa-fe-new-mexican/T0QVJ5UD3R25C8HRL

of possible science/engineering problems with wind and solar generation of electricity,

B MorganStanley VP informs prospective intervenor that large-scale solar generation of electricity is a fraud.

MorganStanley is reported to have lost about $24.1 million in the bankruptcy of Eclipse Aviation.

C Renewables, like solar and wind, may not be the best way to go?
Efficiency winning the day

The second big trend—which is driven in part by the first—is that V

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