New Mexico Gas Company
2014 Energy Efficiency Public Advisory Group

First posted
Thursday September 25, 2014 09:47
Updated
Wednesday December 31, 2014 07:05

TITLE 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES PART 2
PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION RULES OF PROCEDURE.

Wednesday December 31, 2014 07:05



16.5oF 6021 feet elevation, Albuquerque New Mexico Wednesday December 31, 2014 06:41. New Mexico Gas Company in trouble?


Wednesday November 26, 2014 07:19



Attachment pdf

Friday November 14, 2014 2030



Ms Rebecca Carter appears to replace Ms Mary Homan Project Manager, Regulatory Affairs between November 4 and 12, 2014.

























Subject: NMGC's Request to Update Official Service List - CN 14-00273-UT (Approval of NMGC's 2015-2015 Energy Efficiency Programs)

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 22:08:35 +0000
From: Stella Stiver Stella.Stiver@nmgco.com

To: Andrew Gallegos andrew.gallegos@state.nm.us, Anthony Apodaca aapodaca@continuumes.com, Anthony Sisneros anthony.sisneros@state.nm.us, Cheryl Shaveny cshavney@tigernaturalgas.com, "Cholla Khoury, Esq." ckhoury@nmag.gov, "Chuck Noble " c-m-k@msn.com, Cliff Richardson crichardson@comcast.net, Daniel Santiago dsantiago@clearesult.com, "Dennis A. Romero (dennisA.romero@state.nm.us)" dennisA.romero@state.nm.us>, Erick Seelinger eseelinger@pnm.com, Gina Bell gbell@housingnm.org, Heidi Pitts heidi.pitts@state.nm.us, Jack McGowan jackmcgowan@energyctrl.com, James DeMerrit Jdemeritt@clearesult.com, Jerry Pekarek pekjj@cableone.net, "Joanne Reuter (joannecreuter@comcast.net)" joannecreuter@comcast.net, "Jocelyn M. Torres" jocelyn.torres@state.nm.us, John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com, "John.reynolds@state.nm.us" John.reynolds@state.nm.us, Ken Huges khughes@state.nm.us, Loretta Martinez lmartinez@nmag.gov, Matt Navghton mattn@icastusa.org, Nancy Burns nancy.burns@state.nm.us, Ravi Malhotra ravim@icastusa.org, Rebecca Carter Rebecca.Carter@nmgco.com, Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com, Steven Cordova Steven.Cordova@nmgco.com, "Steven Ellison" steven.ellison@icfi.com, Susan Gregory susan.gregory.1.ctr@us.af.mil, Tammy Fiebelkorn tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org, Thomas BAnner thomas.banner@state.nm.us>, Timothy Martinez Timothy.Martinez@state.nm.us, Tom Domme thomas.domme@nmgco.com, "Troy Cucchiara" tcucchiara@housingnm.org, William Payne bpayne37@comcast.net 
 

Friday November 14, 2014 12:12 read





























Saturday November 1, 2014 09:04

Time to read Mary Homan and Elizabeth Saiz filings?

Annette Gardiner has been a strong leader of New Mexico Gas Co., and we are sorry to see her go,” said John Ramil, TECO Energy president and chief executive officer.

Hmm.
Mr. Ramil received both his bachelor's and master’s degree in engineering from the University of South Florida ...


Thursday October 16, 2014 20:36

Radio Javan email.

Trip recovery time spent with discovery of DSO Nano failure.



1 Bad connection video.

2 Failure reason discovery?

3 Problem solving video.

Most liberal arts 'educated' have deficient problem solving skills.

Fowler IN wind farm field trip on Sunday revealed LOTS of non-spinning turbines.


Wednesday October 01, 2014 09:44

PNM agreement would lessen impact on ratepayers.


Tuesday September 30, 2014 17:08

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION
OF NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY FOR        )
APPROVAL OF 2015 AND 2016 ENERGY    )
EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM  )
COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE  )
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND           ) Case No. 14-00273-UT
EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS,              )
                                                                         )
NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY,                     )
Applicant.                                                        )
_________________________________)

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY


William H Payne moves under 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.
to seek intervention on behalf NMGO ratepayers.

Ratepayers deserve to know their money is spent with these PRC hearings. And know who is benefitting from these proceedings.

1 Intervention justification background includes:
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 

2 Financial interests of former PRC commissioner Jason Marks audio made during



at
 

may suggest that PRC is involved in mandating rate decisions for personal profit?

Marks acknowledges solar financial interests video.

3 Technically-trained individuals have been replaced by the liberal arts 'educated' for business reasons, Marks audio appears to suggest?
Sunday September 28, 2014 12:25
 
The Public Regulation Commission staff, the Attorney General’s Office, the N.M Industrial Energy Consumers, Western Resource Advocates and the Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy signed the agreement, which calls for the company to build four 10-megawatt solar centers in 2015.


appears to confirm Marks' observation.

4 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 30, 2014.



____________________ ___________
William H Payne            date




Notes

1 http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing

2 Benton Howell.


 




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appears to confirm that large-scale solar generation of electricity requires backup.



by identifying erratic large-scale solar generation of electricity output?



4 Jason Marks seen at right.




Audience.

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7 Reason for 4 to 5 PM schedule? Wednesday October 01, 2014 07:02



Albuquerque Journal Wednesday September 24, 2014

Recent news has done little to bolster confidence. Chevy Volt sales have shown little or no increase over the past two years. Meanwhile, in a stunning statement, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne recently called for consumers to steer clear of his company’s Fiat 500e electric car. “I hope you don’t buy it because every time I sell one it costs me $14,000,” Reuters quoted him as saying. “I’m honest enough to tell you that.”

8 To Auburn from Carmel IN 10/04/14







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10 A Keynote Address on the Nuclear Revival
Posted on October 02, 2014
Posted By: Ferdinand E. Banks

Banks writes:
I pointed this out at a Singapore Energy Week, and a friend of the Uppsala professor Kjell Aleklett could barely restrain his displeasure. This was extremely embarrassing, and not just for me, although much later I discovered the source of his 'pique': he has a financial interest in one of the most popular - though financially hopeless - renewables. ...

Vehicles, machines, electronic devices and chemicals account for more than half of Germany's exports, and these are sectors that are inherently energy intensive. ...

My language tutor in Vienna once assured me that when Adolf Hitler declared war on the U.S. (December 11, 1941), it was obvious to almost every intelligent person in Austria that Germany would be defeated, and for those of us who have studied that war in detail, could have been defeated in the short as compared to the long run if the U.S. had not made a catastrophic mistake in its choice of a main battle tank. The same is true here. Only the combination of incompetent Energy Ministers and Energy advisers, appointed by incompetent presidents and prime ministers, stand in the way of an optimal energy future for many countries, which means an energy future that for industrial countries cannot be realized without nuclear. [Fred right?]

11 Grand Rapids MI October 8, 2014

dari vs farsi.

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Well Pashto is a a distinct and separate language, spoken by the Pashtun ethnic group of Afghanistan and north western Pakistan. It is considered to be a branch of an Iranian language but it has very distinct and unique features of its own. Urdu/Hindi was constructed and formulated as such during the reign of the Mughals to be the lingua franca of the territories east of the Indus. Farsi (which is Persian in Persian, as opposed to Farsi being Persian in English) was the language spoken amongst the rulers and in the courts during the reign of the Mughals. Dari is Afghan Persian. It resembles regular Persian or Farsi but has some distinct features of its own. Tajik is another separate variety of Farsi spoken by the Tajik ethnic group of Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Tajik, Dari and Faris are all almost completely intelligible while Pashto is distinct. Think of the differences between the different varieties of English which are spoken in the US, or better yet the difference between British and American English. The vocab is the same, sometimes some references and terminologies may differ.


Tuesday September 30, 2014 13:35

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION
OF NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY FOR        )
APPROVAL OF 2015 AND 2016 ENERGY    )
EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM  )
COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE  )
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND           ) Case No. 14-00273-UT
EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS,              )
                                                                         )
NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY,                     )
Applicant.                                                        )
_________________________________)
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

This is to certify that a true and correct copy of the MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY, filed on the 30th day of September, 2014, was sent via electronic transmission, to the following parties of record:

Joanne Reuter, Esq.
PMIB 301-191
12231 Academy Road, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
joannecreuter@comcast.net

Maly E. Homan
New Mexico Gas Company
Post Office Box 97500
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500
Marv.homan@nmgco.com

Thomas M. Donime
New Mexico Gas Company
Post Office Box 97500
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500
Tom.domme@nmgco.com

John Reynolds
NMPRC - Utility Division
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
John.revnolds@state.nm.us

Nancy Burns, Esq.
NMPRC - Legal Division
ll20PaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Nancv.burns@state.nm.us

Tim Martinez
NMPRC - Utility Division
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Timothy.martinez@state.nm.us

HAND-DELIVERED:
Anthony Sisneros
NMIPRC - Utility Division 1
120 Paseo de Peralta
SantaFe,NM 87501
Anthony. Sisneros@state.nm.us

HAND-DELIVERED:
Thomas Banner, Esq.
NMPRC - Legal Division
ll2OPaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Thomas.banner@state.nm.us

Rick Blumenfeld, Assoc. Gen. Counsel
NMPRC - Office of General Counsel
ll20PaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
RicharcLblumenfeld@state.nm.us

Chuck Noble — noble@energyvenvironmentlaw.com
Andrew Gallegos - Andrew.gallegos@state.nm.us
Malt Navghton — mattn@castusa.org
Robin Harder — robin@nmsaves.com
Heidi Pitts - Heidi.pitts@state.nm.us
Anthony Apodaca- aapodaca@condnuumes.com
Ken Hughes — khualies@state.nm.us
Cheiyl Shaveny - cshavney@tigernaturalgas.com
Cliff Richardson - crichardson@comcast.net
Susan Gregory - Susan.gregory.1.ctr@us.af.mil
Jack McGowan — iackmcgowan@energyctrl.com
John Ashe — jashe@clearesult.com
Tammy Fiebelkorn — tflebe1kom@swenergv.com
Dennis Romero — Dennis.romero@state.nm.us
Steven Ellison — Steven.ellison@icfi.com
Gina Bell - gbeII@Jousinignm.org
Troy Cucchiara - tcucchiara@housingnm.org
William Payne - Bpavne37@comcast.net
James DeMeritt - jdemerittt@clearesu1t.com
Erick Seelinger - eseelinger@pnm.com
Ravi Maihotra — ravim@icastusa.org
Jerry Pekarek — pekii@cableone.net
Jocelyn Torres - Jocelyn.torres(a)state.nm.us
Daniel Santiago - dsantiago@state.nm.us

DATED this 30th day of September, 2014.





William H Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
505-292-7037






Friday September 26, 2014 11:12



Attachment password protected pdf.

Monday September 29, 2014 13:14

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION
IN THE MA¶ITER OF THE APPLICATION
OF NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY FOR
APPROVAL OF 2015 AND 2016 ENERGY
EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM
COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND
EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS,

NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY,
Applicant.

Case No. 14-00273-UT MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE

AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY

The Attorney General of the State of New Mexico, Gary K. King (“Attorney General”), pursuant to NMSA 1978, Sections 8-5-2 and 8-5-17, and NMPRC Rules 17 NMAC 1.2.26.1 to 17 NMAC 1.1.26.2, respectfully moves for leave to intervene and be treated as a party to this proceeding. In support of this motion, the Attorney General states:

1. The Attorney General is required to appear before regulatory agencies, when, in his judgment, the public interest of the state requires such action and to represent consumers before the Public Regulation Commission (“Commission”) as he deems appropriate. NMSA 1978, Sections 8-5-2(J) and 8-5-17.

2. The Attorney General seeks to intervene in this proceeding to represent the interests of residential and small business ratepayers otherwise unrepresented because, in his judgment, it is appropriate and the public interest so requires.

3. The nature of the movant’s interest and the facts relied upon as grounds for intervention are that the public interest of the State of New Mexico and the interests of residential and small business consumers will be directly affected by the Commission’s disposition in this case.

4. The Attorney General seeks by this intervention to examine all utility filings, to conduct discovery, and to present evidence and argument concerning the issues raised by this filing.

5. Service should be provided to:

P. Cholla Khoury
Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
Post Office Drawer 1508
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1508
ckhoury@nmag.gov
lmartinez@nmag.gov

6. Pursuant to NMPRC Rule 17 NMAC 1.2.28.8, the Attorney (ieneral hereby requests that copies of any and all interrogatories, requests for production or inspection of documents, requests for admissions and other written discovery requests or notices, as well as any and all written responses or objections thereto, made by other parties in this pwceeding be served on the Assistant Attorneys General named above. WHEREFORE, the Attorney General respectfully requests:

1) leave to intervene in and become a party to this proceeding;

2) for expansion of service list;

3) to receive discovery filings, as specified in paragraph 6, above; and

4) for such other and further relief as this Commission deems just and proper.

Respectfully submitted,

OFFICE OF THE NEW MEXICO ATITORNEY GENERA]

GARY K. KING

Attorney General


Assistant Attorney General
Post Office Drawer 1508
Santa Fe, NM 87504
(505) 827-7484
ckhoury@nmag.gov
lmartinez@nmag.gov


DATED this 25th day of September, 2014.


Monday September 29, 2014 15:14

BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION
OF NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY FOR
APPROVAL OF 2015 AND 2016 ENERGY
EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM
COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILiTY AND
EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS,

NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY,
Applicant.

Case No. 14-00273-UT CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

This is to certify that a true and correct copy of the MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY, filed on the 25~ day of September, 2014, was mailed, first-class, postage pre-paid or via electronic transmission, to the following parties of record:

VIA FIRST CLASS MAIL AND EMAIL:
Joanne Reuter, Esq.
PMIB 301-191
12231 Academy Road, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
joannecreuter@comcast.net

Maly E. Homan
New Mexico Gas Company
Post Office Box 97500
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500
Marv.homan@nmgco.com

Thomas M. Donime
New Mexico Gas Company
Post Office Box 97500
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500
Tom.domme@nmgco.com

HAND-DELlVERED:
John Reynolds
NMPRC - Utility Division
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
John.revnolds@state.nm.us

HAND-DEL WERED:
Nancy Burns, Esq.
NMPRC - Legal Division
ll20PaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Nancv.burns@state.nm.us

HAND-DELiVERED:
Tim Martinez
NMPRC - Utility Division
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Timothy.martinez@state.nm.us

HAND-DELIVERED:
Anthony Sisneros
NMIPRC - Utility Division 1
120 Paseo de Peralta
SantaFe,NM 87501
Anthony. Sisneros@state.nm.us

HAND-DELIVERED:
Thomas Banner, Esq.
NMPRC - Legal Division
ll2OPaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
Thomas.banner@state.nm.us

HAND-DELIVERED:
Rick Blumenfeld, Assoc. Gen. Counsel
NMPRC - Office of General Counsel
ll20PaseodePeralta
Santa Fe,NM 87501
RicharcLblumenfeld@state.nm.us

VIA EMAIL:
Chuck Noble — noble@energyvenvironmentlaw.com
Andrew Gallegos - Andrew.gallegos@state.nm.us
Malt Navghton — mattn@castusa.org
Robin Harder — robin@nmsaves.com
Heidi Pitts - Heidi.pitts@state.nm.us
Anthony Apodaca- aapodaca@condnuumes.com
Ken Hughes — khualies@state.nm.us
Cheiyl Shaveny - cshavney@tigernaturalgas.com
Cliff Richardson - crichardson@comcast.net
Susan Gregory - Susan.gregory.1.ctr@us.af.mil
Jack McGowan — iackmcgowan@energyctrl.com
John Ashe — jashe@clearesult.com
Tammy Fiebelkorn — tflebe1kom@swenergv.com
Dennis Romero — Dennis.romero@state.nm.us
Steven Ellison — Steven.ellison@icfi.com
Gina Bell - gbeII@Jousinignm.org
Troy Cucchiara - tcucchiara@housingnm.org
William Payne - Bpavne37@comcast.net
James DeMeritt - jdemerittt@clearesu1t.com
Erick Seelinger - eseelinger@pnm.com
Ravi Maihotra — ravim@icastusa.org
Jerry Pekarek — pekii@cableone.net
Jocelyn Torres - Jocelyn.torres(a)state.nm.us
Daniel Santiago - dsantiago@state.nm.us

DATED this 25th day of September, 2014.

NEW MEXICO AlTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE
LORETTA S. MARTINEZ, Paralegal




Thursday September 25, 2014 10:25



 

Thursday September 25, 2014 09:53



Attachment pdf.


Order pdf.

 
Order setting prehearing conference pdf.

Thursday September 25, 2014 09:41

PNM Renewable Energy Rider No. 36 Case No 12-00007-UT.


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