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Boiling Point With less than two weeks until Joe Biden takes office — and with Democrats taking control of the Senate — the growth of clean energy is poised to accelerate. Even if Congress doesn’t fully embrace the president-elect’s $2-trillion climate plan, there...
January's webinar series will invite Kevin Cray to talk about bringing Solar Community to New Mexico. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/6229611941 Alternatively you can go to Facebook live @NewMexicoSolar.
Congress also allocates funds for renewables and energy storage R&D; Directs Interior Department to set goal of at least 25GW of solar, wind and geothermal production on public lands by 2025 Photo from Affordable Solar Federal tax credits for solar installations...
In a continued dialogue of advancing a statewide clean energy economy, New Mexico State University invites interested individuals to join a discussion on beneficial electrification. The discussion will focus on new technologies, related opportunities and challenges,...
Facets of NMSEA
Should NMSEA be supporting this effort as well?
Electric cars have burst in to the car industry within the past decade now representing over a 5% market share in Britain. Huge strides have been made in technological advancement in this time, which is making electric cars more and more affordable however, are they really the future?
In place of our Solar Fiesta we offer virtual tours around the country.
Downpayment on your next new truck! over 400 mile range.
Check out our new youtube videos!
We teach how to fix the mess, mitigate the situation, and prepare for the new Earth.
Follow link for daily progress.
Investing in a Clean Energy future in NM
It's not just NMSEA
ACE is the place for the SunChasers' base!
Local NM Companies. These are all homegrown and work in various parts of our state.
Sun for All and All for Sun. Bringing solar to ALL the people, one community at a time.
From a local UNM student. Get those conversations happening! And make sure to include how great it will be to be part of the solution and breath fresh clean air again.
Solar cooker made from recycled plastic sign and interior of potato chip bags (Baked of course). Roasting chile?! Notice the solar dryer in the background. Mark Chalom, Solar Pioneer
NM organized by Christopher Dizon. Crowdfunding and NOT waiting for utility companies and state.
Wind in Massachusetts...solar in Four Corners!
We all want warm showers! Solar thermal systems have 80-90% efficiency compared to Solar Electric (PV). If roof space is an issue consider the age-old method of inviting the sun to do your heating.
A working group to handle the home envelope temperature variations. The site for this link, Archopotamus, is an architectural information repository and wonderful resource.
Vision: Lead the transformation to 100% renewable energy and sustainable living for all life on earth. It can only happen with the power of community.
From Steve Sargent, ASES fellow and retired DOE engineer.
Electric and thermal!
OMG! So funny and appropriate to call it Funny or Die! AND even more applicable as electricity is a clean power if made by clean renewable energy like wind, sun, geothermal, and hydro.
UNM’s Solar Splash team takes home multiple awards at international competition. The University of New Mexico’s Solar Splash team won 10 awards during the Solar Splash competition June 5-9, 2018 in Springfield, Ohio. They presented at our Speaker Series for some great networking and displayed at our 2018 Solar Fiesta.
Board members and others helped make the day a great success for renewable energy which, BTW, is better than fossil fuel combustion for the environment. Period!
Molten Salt Makes It Possible, and Prices Are Falling Fast. How about it Four Corners region? Sell those clean electrons to California!
List: Local NM Companies. These are all homegrown and work in various parts of our state.
Solar Conference August 2018 in Boulder Colorado.
I wonder if we could get PNM to become a B Corp?
And we need to plan for no one wanting our oil and gas.
In my opinion, Athena, it has a few flaws 1) low Methane impact since the 100 year comparison number of 25 x that of CO2 was used 2) No clear goals for anything except in electric generation. That said "As directed in the Order, the Interagency Climate Change Task Force submitted a report to the governor this fall, putting on full display our climate-conscious path forward as a state."
As a possibility for ART? Tie hydrogen production to the renewable portfolio standard? Can be made from water (clean) or traditionally from natural gas (yikes!)
Will NM pass the Community Solar Act this year? Cross your fingers.
She committed New Mexico to essential climate change action on Clean Energy Day at the Roundhouse.
Local NM Companies. These are all homegrown and work in various parts of our state. This list is only a partial list.
Our newest business member. We're looking at creating a Clean Biz Directory on this site.
Investing in a Clean Energy future in NM. Much needed capital for projects.
Hey New Mexico! California passed and adopted a bill requiring 100 percent of the state’s electricity to come from carbon-free sources by the end of 2045! MIT touts, "California advances an ambitious climate policy that should be a model for the world!" We should do it too! Electric utilities become the hero.
Some beautiful footage of our state and thought provoking insight into our state's TRUE fossil fuel history. They recognize the benefits and TRUE costs.
We also have a chance with the VW Settlement monies. Contact our Environmental Department at email@example.com or (505) 476-4300. Tell them: we want electrification, not more diesel or even natural gas! Cover the difference in cost and pay for charging infrastructure.
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico for local governments, power providers, Tribes, rural businesses, school, and jobs
With new mayor Tim Keller at the helm, we can finally move forward with a forward thinking plan.
Serving PNM Customers Right Now. Updated in 15 min increments. Sun, wind and geothermal sources compared to usage.
Gas and oil companies only want to talk about the $$$...for them. They tout the economic benefit, but again it's only for a few. In truth, fracking causes more problems than its worth especially considering the water usage in the very dry climate we call home. Fracking in our backyard? Better be prepared or your water's at risk. Go Solar!
Looking to enter our market with bonuses for sales!
Scroll down to near the bottom. It's a lot of charts, but take a moment and use your noggin to see the writing on the wall. FYI Natural gas WAS the bridge. It's crumbling fast and we need to get to the other side! Clean renewable energy.
Engaging art, agriculture and research...STEAM
Ooops, thought it said U.S. But certainly makes sense for us here, as well, since Tesla is an American company.
good news – and bad news. Coronavirus, U.S. , and France. Maybe we should adopt ecology, democracy, and solidarity for this 2020 election.
California passed and adopted a bill requiring 100 percent of the state’s electricity to come from carbon-free sources by the end of 2045! MIT touts, "California advances an ambitious climate policy that should be a model for the world!"
Fast, new system being built in Texas to link Houston and Dallas? Drops carbon emissions down 90% compared to driving, flying, and conventional rail. Add renewables?! Even better!
Let the sun make electricity on a utility scale with both electric generation AND storage capability. At our very own Sandia Labs.
Hooray! We should insist there be ZERO new gas plants.
Wow! It's happening...really happening!
Not sure American media covered this event.
Watch the video and imagine yourself in one. Taking preorders now for your adventure pleasures in second half of 2020...Next year! Can you believe it?
solar, wind storage in pipeline to go 100% renewables...by 2030?!
It looks like it could be the best energy investment South Australia made. Batteries for wind power.
Scientist speak up! Should we listen and take action? Or just find excuses to do nothing? NMSEA leads the action! Stop (fossil fuel burning), Drop (the shop til you drop attitude, and ROLL! (electrify cars, buses, and trucks)
UNM students want their campus to be powered by 100% Clean Renewable Energy. How can we help them?
Yes! Why not everywhere, especially NM!?
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