West side electricity field trip

First posted
Saturday August 6, 2011 07:06
Updated
Monday October 7, 2011 07:42

Video, audio, pictures, and electricity are tool options available to get a story across.

MSM, which shapes news, is losing power.

Monday September 12, 2011 13:23

efficiency essential in pnm future

Saturday August 6, 2011 07:01

West side photo, audio, and video essential non-gas wasting Friday August 6, 2010 field trip verifies what what PNM load forecast tells us.

Alternate Report, Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027 PNM load forecaster Steve Martin showed that growiing number of customers [increased construction], increased size of dwellings, increased use of electronic devices and increased air conditioning penetration were the main causes of peak demand.
 
Saturday August 6, 2011 07:05


Algodones, NM Aermotor windmill broken pump rod, Friday August 5, 2011.



Video of above windmill blades turning.



Microsoft Movie Maker was used to remove the middle of a longer clip, then the end of the clip, which was combined for the above video clip.

PNM Expects to Meet Growing Electric Demand With New Natural Gas Plants, Increased Energy Efficiency and More Renewable Energy
The company expects that of the 1,153 megawatts of new resources it will need to serve customers by 2030, 611 megawatts, or 53 percent, will come from new natural gas-fired power plants; 152 megawatts, or 13 percent, will come from energy efficiency and load management programs; and 390 megawatts, or 34 percent, will come from new renewable energy resources.


“While electric use by PNM customers is expected to continue to grow, we are in the fortunate position of not needing large, new baseload resources any time in the foreseeable future,” said Cindy Bothwell, PNM director of Resource Planning.

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Paseo del volcan just to the south of NM 550 power lines.



Transformer farm on Paseo del volcan


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Rio Rancho city hall built with expection that city will grow around it.



Unser avenue looking south.




Note homes and open desert for more homes.

New construction is one of the more, if not most, important business in the Albuqueruque area.

Baseload electricitic consumption increases with each new building.



New Mexico monsoon season clouds offset the horrors of what the new construction industry has planned.











Coralles road heading to Alameda Bvld.





APC desktop UPS reported 2 minute and 5 second power outage Friday August 5, 2010.

PNM and its customers troubles.

Tramway Bvld just north of Manitoba.






PNM/Albuquerque library system Killawatt meter video.




















 

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