|Evidence that large-scale solar and wind generation of electricity are scams is increasing.
Initial, installation, and maintenance costs may not be recoverable from electricity sold?
Frist Solar in on the sell block Cramer reports Wednesday February 29, 2012.
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The Rio Grande Sun feature article pasted below is written strongly in favor of the opposition to the development of a retreat on the Chimayo Potrero. The many comments reinforce. In the article, Gil Martinez, the developer, makes the statement that the Church will provide no funding-- well that maybe true, if one considers "no funding" the deeding of land FREE OF COST to the foundation. The expected deeding of land from the Church to the foundation indicates an extremely high level of…Continue
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Battery storage remains the Achilles' heel for renewable energy. RE opponents say the inability to store renewable energy for peak use periods is the reason coal, nuclear and natural gas will always be needed to back up the grid's power supply.
But at least home-owners who want to try off-grid energy production may have some hope. Aquion is the latest company announcing a …Continue
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These two items from Liz are good. Please sign the petition in opposition to development at Chimayo and pass it on. Great work from Liz and Raymond Bal and the Friends of Chimayo, CCCP!
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I was remiss in putting a brief in the newspaper so dear Greenliners, you get a special notice.
The great folks at The Feed Bin on West Alameda in Santa Fe are putting on their annual poultry seminar tonight (Feb. 16) at 6 p.m. at the store. They'll discuss caring for new chicks, proper feed and housing, and more. The workshop is free!
If you've ever wanted to raise your own backyard flock, this seminar is a great way to get started.
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I keep hoping the brilliant folks at the Santa Fe Complex or LANL will develop an even more brilliant version of this virtual water game created for Lake Mead. The game teaches people a little about the problems of trying to keep water in the lake while letting Las…Continue
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The Chimayo development group, Jardin de Ninos Foundation, which does not yet have its charter, proposes the development of an 11,000 square foot, 25-room new retreat complex that will include the remodel of several existing historic structures that are in excess of 100 years old and are within the immediate context of the historic Santuario de Chimayo, a State and Nationally registered cultural/historic property and Historic National Landmark. This context includes the historic portrero de…Continue
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Subject: Re: Possible fracking earthquake damage Shake Rattle and Roll
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On the heels of the story about Earth Works Institute closing down, we found out the Santa Fe Alliance, which has waged important battles to support local businesses, promote local food in restaurants and raise the minimum wage,is in trouble. Board president Wroth is trying to keep it afloat.
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Here's something well worth checking out. The Washington, D.C nonprofit SELF (Solar Electric Light Fund) is devoted to bringing solar electricity to underdeveloped and rural areas that lack power. They've launched a campaign today called "Energy is a Human Right" to raise awareness of the 1.5 billion…Continue
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