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  • I've heard it said that the US Government spends more to pave one mile of interstate highway per year than they invest in renewable energy technology. Granted, the highways are an indirect subsidy and could also be used by an alternative energy vehicle, but in most logical minds, the ENTIRE subsidy of highways falls in the fossil fuel category. ----- Original Message ----- From: To...
    Joseph Phelan Dec 15, 2002
  • As an extreme example, Buckminster Fuller, in the book Critical Path, calculates the cost to create the BTUs in oil by adding up all of the pressure over time required by nature to "cook" it up so to speak, then assigns a retail equivalent value of 10 cents per kWh resulting in a whopping $1 million per barrel of oil. Clearly there's an externality limit of common sense that...
    Joseph Phelan Jul 10, 2002
  • please everyone - just DELETE this it's confidential information from a client of mine that was sent out to my whole address book by the magistrate virus just delete JP ----- Original Message ----- From: tigger@^$1 To: hreg@^$2 Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 4:29 PM Subject: Re: [hreg] G., trihalomethanes [THMs]) It I converted the white paper file into html format and attached it...
    Joseph Phelan May 1, 2002
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  • delete anything that went out. I did not mail anything to the hreg group The magistrate virus did cleaning up now JP ----- Original Message ----- From: "Roy Holder" To: Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 4:30 PM Subject: Re: [hreg] G., trihalomethanes [THMs]) It > At 04:29 PM 5/1/2002 -0500, you wrote: > >I converted the white paper file into html format and attached it if anyone...
    Joseph Phelan May 1, 2002
  • Neither has been widely accepted because of their high cost. Ozone compromises safety. In ozonation, the ozone generator and containment equipment are expensive to construct, and install, and maintain and are susceptible to leaks between the time of generation and processing.
    Joseph Phelan May 1, 2002
  • ...and most of them live in Phoenix where it's sunny all day, or in West Texas, where it's windy. It is my opinion that you need a connected, deregulated grid so everyone can play via financial settlements esp in regions not so blessed. Enron is not "my" utility. I am unemployed. There is no love lost for Enron on my part, trust me. You guys hiring? ----- Original Message...
    Joseph Phelan Feb 11, 2002
  • OK Polly here goes I feel better that it's at your request It will likely stir things up a bit, but so be it. Regards, Joe ----- Original Message ----- From: "Polly Ledvina" To: "Joseph Phelan" Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 9:38 AM Subject: Re: [hreg] Fw: Enron's Impact on Renewable Energy and the Environment > Joseph, > > Thanks very much. Because I'm not very knowledgeable in...
    Joseph Phelan Feb 11, 2002
  • Same here, this is pure crap Without a deregulated power grid, green power wouldn't even be available ----- Original Message ----- From: Marion Cole To: hreg@^$1 Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2002 5:33 PM Subject: Re: [hreg] Fw: Enron's Impact on Renewable Energy and the Environment Please Unsubscribe me from this list. This is a perfect example of why renewable energy is going...
    Joseph Phelan Feb 9, 2002
  • I have never responded to this chat group before. I have only been a passive viewer. But now I have to speak: Finally - somebody gets it. Thank you Robert. Enough bashing big companies already. There is no conspiracy to use more fuel, only ignorance and inertia. Show them a cheap, safe way out and they'll beat a path to your door. J Phelan ----- Original Message ----- From: Robert...
    Joseph Phelan Jan 11, 2002