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

First posted
Tuesday December 11, 2012 15:46
Updated
Monday June 24, 2013 10:12

Be careful. The entire system is corrupt so pointing out failure to follow rules may not work. But Facebook and Twitter do work. :)

Monday June 24, 2013 10:12

Recovery of our NCUSIF insured $22,036 stolen from Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union requires
that we deal with this class of people.


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




BENCH REQUEST ORDER pdf. 


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.


Monday April 1, 2013 13:10

Drought in New Mexico field trip Albuquerque-Las Cruces Saturday March 30/Sunday 31, 2013.

Crocker was class of 2009 Whitman College commencement speaker.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker pleaded guilty Wednesday to a reduced charge of reckless driving in connection with a hit-and-run drunken-driving crash in Spokane Valley this summer.

The 63-year-old retired diplomat accepted the plea bargain Wednesday in Spokane County District Court. He had faced a drunken-driving charge following a collision with a semitruck at a busy Spokane Valley intersection on Aug. 14.

Crocker is also likely involved in or knows details of the start of the Iraq/Iran war.


Friday March 29, 2013 18:29

Mark Mathis sent email. But not read yet.

Trip to Las Cruces on Saturday March 30, 2013.

No response from Mark E Mathis.
Montavelli may get picture?







Montavelli appears to understand Mathis and Noon.




The good news is that, on the basis of its trailer (see below), I really want to see "SpOILed," a just-released documentary about our fossil fuel future by a New Mexico-based filmmaker named Mark Mathis. The bad news is that I don’t expect it to be good. ...

Mathis has a long history of conservative activism on energy issues. He founded a false-flag nonprofit called The Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE). The group is headed by “nationally known Christian speaker” Marita Noon, who proclaims, “Let’s get real! Let’s look at the energy reality. Do you prefer the necessities of life? Do you like your car, your microwave, your health and your house? ... don’t let the environmental groups take away energy. Most of them have unattainable goals or goals that do not factor in the complete picture. They fight to stop a perceived evil without looking at what else will be impacted. Which portions of your lifestyle — or your children’s or grandchildren’s lifestyle — do you want to give up in the name of saving the world from this or that speculative environmental cataclysm?”

[Marita Noon “nationally known Christian speaker” met.

Noon stated that she wants to be in charge of the techies.]


Mark E Mathis did not phone on Wednesday March 27, 2013.



The liberal arts 'educted' getting into energy.

Who is paying their salaries to do this?

Liberal arts 'educated' bring with them their 'testimony' and media manipulation technologies.



Ted Lewis was one of bill's Ms and PhD students in computer at Washington State University.
Ted Lewis Wikipedia
CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND COOPERATION
amazon
Visibility. :)


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


Retirement of the four units at the end of 2017 could have serious consequences for electricity supply and costs? 


PNM.com/SanJuan

The terms agreed to today would result in a less costly solution that provides broader environmental benefits than the current federal plan. It would lead to the retirement of Units 2 and 3 by the end of 2017, and the installation of nitrogen-oxide reducing technology, called selective non-catalytic reduction technology, on the remaining two units in early 2016.

[A lot of money to made. Who's going to pay?]



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


Happy New Year.






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


 
















Monday March 18, 2013 15:59

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


Monday March 18, 2013 11:59

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


 















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.

Monday March 4, 2013 11:02

Viz increases again.




New Mexico visibility.


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

Friday February 15, 2013 17:57
From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" bizinsider@abqpubco.com To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 4:00:23 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider

SAN JUAN HAZE DEAL REACHED — PNM, the state Environment Department and EPA announced a deal Friday that will require less expensive haze control equipment at the coal-fired San Juan plant and produce no immediate increase in customer rates. Two of the four coal-fired units will be retired — including a larger power unit not part of the original compromise proposal — and a natural gas plant will be built to make up for much of the lost power generation.

Viz is criticial because the liberal arts 'educated' know they can get away with their mindless charades if they know they can contain a situation with invisibility.

Justification for theft of our $22,036 liberal arts 'educated' ploy would be testimony.

Whitman College taught bill the ways of liberal arts 'thinking'.

Claim forms delivery is requred. No talk. Unless settlement talk, of course.

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




Iranian leader: Iran not seeking nuclear weapons
By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press
February 16, 2013 | Updated: February 16, 2013 8:20am

Electricty production may be at issue, not nulcearl weapons.
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





Scott Joplin - Something Doing.

Lenovo G580 Core i3 Solar powered laptop project. McAfee caught when testing ipconfig. Windows 8 video Thursday February 14, 2013. Link to Implementing BASICs: How BASICs Work pdf added..

Knowledge of how the liberal arts 'educated' 'think' compels upate of Whitman College FiftyPlus before focus on commissioner Hall and the PRC.

9 V and 1.2 V AA, AAA battery discharge video. Red light still blinking still in 9 V 2,200 mAh charge attempt.

Boeing 787 lithium ion battery.  

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 13:03

Stolen $22,036 recovery from the liberal arts 'educated' continues.

Timely?
 


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


Ask Fanoosh [Ms. Torabi is Iranian-American] article prompted.
 
   

Tony Robinson wroteA gutsy commencement address, May 28, 2009.



delivered the 2009 Whitman College commencement address.

Crocker surely knows the details of how the US incited Saddam Hussein to attack Iran in 1980.

Bill is 1959 graduate of Whitman College [math major].




 
Middle of article omitted.
 




Whitman was poor in 1959. It is now rich.

Liberal arts 'education' as a horrible negative aspect. Most of it is BS, imo.

Whitman college taught me.
Liberal arts educated 'think' different.

Most memorize, speculate, emote, then interpret.

Logic and reason does not work with them.

Ignoring facts is a liberal arts ploy.

Public scrutiny of them trying to ignore facts can get them to deal with facts. Grudgingly.



Math major knowledge acquired at the University of Colorado as well from Whitman College from Profesors Hutchings, Underwood, and Northcutt.

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?

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.





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

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of MOTION FOR REMOVAL OF HEARING EXAMINER FRANCES I. SUNDHEIM FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH 1.2.2.8, was sent by electronic mail to the individuals listed below.

Benjamin Phillips Ben.phillips@pnmresources.com;
Mark Fenton Mark.fenton@pnmresources.com;
Rebecca Dempsey rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com;
Peter Gould pgouldlaw@gmail.com;
Thomas Domme Thomas.domme@nmgco.com;
Mary Homan Mary.homan@nmgco.com;
Steven Michel stevensmichel@comcast.net;
Charles Noble c-m-k@msn.com;
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net;
Jami Porter Lara jporterlara@gmail.com;
Rick Chamberlain Ndclaw@swbell.net;
Lewis Campbell LcampbeIl4@abqenergy.net;
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz;
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-Iaw.com;
Mona Tierney-Lloyd Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com;
Joanne Reuter joannecreuter@comcast.net;
Ed Reyes ereyes@comverge.com;
Jeffrey Aibright jalbright@lrlaw.com;
Howard Geller hgeller@swenergy.org;
Sanders Moore Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org;
Keith Freishlag kfreishlag@swenergy.org;
Tammy Fiebelkorn tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org;
Stephen Fischmann Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com;
Thomas Singer Singer@westernlaw.org;
Natisha Demko ndemko@nrdc.org;
David Van Winkle david@vw77.com;
Glenda Murphy gmurphy@westernresources.org;
Mariel Nanasi Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com;
Jeffrey Hass jeffhaas@aol.com;
W.H. Payne bpayne37@comcast.net

Copy to:

Nancy Burns Nancy.burns@state.nm.us;
Ashley Schannauer Ashley.Schannauer@state.nm.us;
James Brack Jim.brack@state.nm.us;
Ryan Jerman Ryan.Jerman@state.nm.us;
John Reynolds John.Reynolds@state.nm.us;
Sandra Skogen Sandra.skogen@state.nm.us;

And Mailed to:


Abelardo Suniga
1721 Villa Contesa Drive
Los Lunas, NM 87031

James and Nichol Brown
NW 6104 Bancroft Ct., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111  

DATED this 31st day of January, 2013.



William H Payne
Intervenor

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

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of MOTION TO STRIKE ORDER DENYING WILLIAM PAYNE, JAMES AND NICHOL BROWN, AND ABELARDO SUNIGA'S MOTIONS TO INTERVENE, was sent by electronic mail to the individuals listed below.

Benjamin Phillips Ben.phillips@pnmresources.com;
Mark Fenton Mark.fenton@pnmresources.com;
Rebecca Dempsey rdempsey@cuddymccarthy.com;
Peter Gould pgouldlaw@gmail.com;
Thomas Domme Thomas.domme@nmgco.com;
Mary Homan Mary.homan@nmgco.com;
Steven Michel stevensmichel@comcast.net;
Charles Noble c-m-k@msn.com;
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net;
Jami Porter Lara jporterlara@gmail.com;
Rick Chamberlain Ndclaw@swbell.net;
Lewis Campbell LcampbeIl4@abqenergy.net;
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz;
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-Iaw.com;
Mona Tierney-Lloyd Mtierney-lloyd@enernoc.com;
Joanne Reuter joannecreuter@comcast.net;
Ed Reyes ereyes@comverge.com;
Jeffrey Aibright jalbright@lrlaw.com;
Howard Geller hgeller@swenergy.org;
Sanders Moore Sanders@environmentnewmexico.org;
Keith Freishlag kfreishlag@swenergy.org;
Tammy Fiebelkorn tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org;
Stephen Fischmann Stephen.fischmann@gmail.com;
Thomas Singer Singer@westernlaw.org;
Natisha Demko ndemko@nrdc.org;
David Van Winkle david@vw77.com;
Glenda Murphy gmurphy@westernresources.org;
Mariel Nanasi Mariel@seedsbeneaththesnow.com;
Jeffrey Hass jeffhaas@aol.com;
W.H. Payne bpayne37@comcast.net

Copy to:

Nancy Burns Nancy.burns@state.nm.us;
Ashley Schannauer Ashley.Schannauer@state.nm.us;
James Brack Jim.brack@state.nm.us;
Ryan Jerman Ryan.Jerman@state.nm.us;
John Reynolds John.Reynolds@state.nm.us;
Sandra Skogen Sandra.skogen@state.nm.us;

And Mailed to:

Abelardo Suniga
1721 Villa Contesa Drive
Los Lunas, NM 87031

James and Nichol Brown
NW 6104 Bancroft Ct., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

DATED this 31st day of January, 2013.



William H Payne
Intervenor


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

 


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,

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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?

Can denial be appealed? No.

But it appears that Hearing Examiner Ms Frances I. Sundheim did not follow commission rules with denial.

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

Frances I. Sundheim
Hearing Examiner

Motion received on January 2, 2013.

No objections filed, therefore on January 15, 2013 motion was allowed.

(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.

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.

B. Deadline for filing motions to intervene: In proceedings concerning applications relating to securities, unless the commission or presiding officer orders otherwise, the motion must be filed before the commencement of the public hearing. In all other proceedings motions to intervene must be filed as directed by the commission or presiding officer in the proceeding.

C. Objections to intervention: Objections to motions for leave to intervene must be in writing and filed within thirteen (13) days after the service of the motion or at the time of public hearing, whichever is earlier.

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) Where a timely motion for leave to intervene is contested, the commission or 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.

(3) Whenever a motion to intervene is permitted to be filed out of time, the commission or presiding officer may deny the motion or grant the motion with limitations on grounds including, but not limited to:

(a) failure to set forth sufficient grounds for intervention;

(b) disruption of the proceeding resulting from the intervention;

(c) prejudice or hardship to existing parties or staff; or

(d) undue broadening of the issues.

(4) Except as otherwise ordered, a grant of an untimely motion to intervene must not be a basis for delaying or deferring any procedural schedule established prior to the grant of the motion.

(5) Intervenors who are granted party status are bound by the agreements reached and orders entered in the proceeding prior to their intervention. The commission and the presiding officer will not allow the broadening of issues unless the public interest requires it or no undue prejudice or hardship will result to other parties to the proceeding or to staff.

(6) Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraphs (1) through (3) of Subsection D of 1.2.2.23 NMAC, where there are two (2) or more intervenors or proposed intervenors having substantially like interests and positions the commission or presiding officer may, to avoid unnecessary delay or duplication of effort and expense, limit the number of intervenors in the proceeding.

(7) A proposed intervenor shall become party to the proceeding once the motion to intervene is deemed allowed or otherwise granted under this rule. Intervenors shall have the same rights as other parties to the proceeding.

E. Withdrawal of intervenors: An intervenor can withdraw by filing notice and must serve the withdrawal on all parties and staff.

F. Commenters: Commenters shall be entitled to make an oral statement or submit a written statement for the record, but such statement shall not be considered by the commission as evidence. All interested persons are afforded the opportunity to have input into cases which affect them. The commission encourages ratepayer input and the purpose of this rule is to facilitate participation. However, commenters are not parties and shall not have the right to introduce evidence, to examine or cross-examine witnesses, to receive copies of pleadings and documents, to appeal from any decisions or orders, or to otherwise participate in the proceeding other than making their comments.

[1.2.2.23 NMAC - Rp, 17 NMAC 1.2.26, 9-1-08]


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,              )
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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

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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  

Sunday January 20, 2013 07:28

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.

The financial industry too, as we know it, would not exist either. Much of it would have been swept away in the financial storm of 2008-09. That story is well-known, but not well understood. Most people believe the authorities acted heroically, saving the nation from a depression. But what the authorities really did was to take the public’s money and give it to cronies on Wall Street in order to prevent them from suffering the losses they deserved. The government transferred nearly $2 trillion in various forms from the public purse to the pockets of the financial industry. With that kind of backing, most of the old investment firms survived. The new ones that might have replaced them never saw the light of day.

Bill Bonner
The Daily Reckoning
Monday January 7, 2012











The Interaction Between Capacity and Dynamic Pricing -- Part 2



Sulfuric acid/ copper patina is another interest.



NSA chief: Hackers causing ‘the greatest transfer of wealth in history’



While no government has taken responsibility for the Stuxnet computer virus that destroyed centrifuges at Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment facility, it was widely reported to have been a U.S.-Israeli project.


AARP & YOU






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New Mexico Public Regulations Commission
ATTN: Records Division
P.O. Box 1269
PERA Building 1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501-1269



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,

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Case No. No 12-00317-UT

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/prc317.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:
Report on Internet the proceedings of Case No. No 12-00317-UT so that New Mexico public understand the PRC.

2 Facts relied upon include:
A PRC Case No. 12-00145-UT is alleged to have degenerated into

Incompetent - Not having the necessary skills to do something successfully.

Charade - 1.An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.


orchestrated by PRC hearing Examiner Ms Elizabeth Hurst and liberal arts 'educated' lawyers Ms. Anastasia Steven and Ms. Stella Stiver.

B New Mexico citizens deserve to be informed on Internet whether Case No. 12-00145-UT was a fluke [1.Unlikely chance occurrence,... ] or pattern and practice of the PRC.

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 December 31, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date



 
Wednesday January 2, 2013 09:38

USPS Candelaria and Eubank closed at noon on December 31, 2012! The airport office is supposed to be open nearly all of the time. Wrong again after about 50 miles of driving.

But problem solved. :)
 

Think New Mexico is trying reform the PRC.
The PRC suffers from two fundamental problems. First, it has a broader jurisdiction than any state utility regulatory agency in the nation. The PRC is responsible not only for regulating the rates and service of electric, gas, water, and wastewater utilities, as well as telecommunications, but also for appointing the Superintendent of Insurance, who approves rates and policies of health, life, property, auto, and title insurance;

....

First, we recommend refocusing the PRC on its core duties of regulating utilities and telecommunications by:

•Creating a separate Department of Insurance ...

[PRC Division of Insurance currently won't send us claim forms for recovery of our insured stolen $22,036 which divison acknowledges it has.

So the PRC gets vized.



Ms Katayoon Mazhari. ]







Prognostications for 2013 and Beyond.

Wednesday December 12, 2012 09:32

In whose hands will the money end up? The liberal arts 'educated'?
At the same time, we remain skeptical of ethanol, biofuels, wind, solar, geothermal, electric vehicles and other renewable energy activities because of their continuing heavy dependence on government subsidies. The recent bankruptcies of 10 solar panel producers make this point clear.

Gary Shilling.


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




The energy penalty of CCS is generally put at 20-30% of electrical output ...

Google 'PNM Moves Ahead With EPA-Ordered Controls'

The federal plan calls for SCR on each of San Juan’s four coal-fired units. PNM, which owns 46 percent of the plant, says the total cost will be between $824 million and $910 million. Even though PNM and the state have challenged the plan in federal court, the company recently hired Fluor Corp. to design and install the equipment to stay on the compliance schedule.


Google 'PNM’s Energy Plans OK’d'
Tue, Dec 11, 2012

Public Service Company of New Mexico will add 20 megawatts of industrial-scale solar energy and 10 megawatts of its first-ever geothermal generation to the utility’s electric grid.

That’s enough new capacity to supply electricity to 17,400 average homes.

The Public Regulation Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved PNM’s plan, which outlines the utility’s renewable procurements for 2013 and 2014. ...
How much power does it take to keep the Internet running?


Tuesday December 11, 2012 15:46

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

















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