We’ve not written a blog or an Alert for two weeks, and not because nothing has been happening. Roxanne and I are taking a break and we want you to understand why. So today we fill you in on our… Read More ›
PRC Nominees: One withdraws, Guv Appoints A Hydrogen Devotee. Our Work is to Talk with Our Senators
This is important: the new candidate needs to be researched and vetted thoroughly and quickly to explore his role in researching hydrogen hubs at Sandia. Another candidate needs to be supported, but Patrick O’Connell must be vigorously opposed as his… Read More ›
Governor’s PRC Commissioner Choices Make it Clear: The Fix is in at the PRC
We hoped that with elections over for the Gov, she might turn her back on her corporate donors and appoint a slate of PRC commissioners who might hold utilities in check. Her choices have been announced, and our review can… Read More ›
Review PRC Nominees & NM’s Energy Future
Nine nominees have been sent to the Gov, four of them very good candidates, but there are very bad choices on the list as well. Our ability to manage, control or regulate the Investor-Owned Utility (IOU) monopolies we now have… Read More ›
An Alternative to The End of the World?
Last Friday was a rough day for NM, with winds of 60-80 mph driving fires across the state. Even for those of us living distant from fire, the smoke and dust filled the air. Roxanne looked outside and commented sadly,… Read More ›
Iberdrola draining large dams called “scandalous” by Spain official: URGENT CALL TO ACTION!
As evidence of Iberdrola’s corporate irresponsibility piles up, one must ask: Could PNM have found a less ethical corporation? UNLIKELY!