SunPaper Newsletters


Some of our recent SunPaper Newsletters are available for reference. Here's a listing along with some of the articles in each issue:

  • July-Aug, 2014  (Steve Baer: Shining the Light; Big Changes in NMSEA's Online Presence; Solar Fiesta Returns to Abq; Silver City Chapter Visit; Ghost Ranch - Back to the Early Days; Santa Fe Chapter Forming Anew; Environmental Accounting; A Book Review; Vote Solar
  • May-June, 2014  (Solar Fiesta Issue - 2014 Solar Fiesta Breaks Time & Space Barriers; "Sunstainable" New Mexico; Sun Make It Hot!; Solar Fiesta Workshops by Track; A Letter to the NMPRC; UNM Divestiture)
  • March-April, 2014  (PNM Solar Power Installations; 2014 Solar Fiestas with Live Streaming; Where are the Hybrid Power Plants; Take Action for Betterr Options; Reply to the Rio Grande Foundation; RE Day at the NM Legislature)
  • January-February, 2014 (NMIEC Sways NMPRC on Solar; Shade Comes to Mesa del Sol;What's Wrong with the NMIEC?; RE Diversity Targets Work)
  • Nov-Dec, 2013 (Board Election; RRPS Solar Array; Solar Decathlon; PRC Hearing; PRC Proposal Reverses RE Act; PNM Supports Solar; Rebuttal)
  • Sept-Oct, 2013 (Disruptive Challenges; Solar Oven Pizza Cook-Off; What to Do Next?; The World As a Pigsty)
  • July-Aug, 2013 (The Big Gorilla; 2013 Solar Fiesta Success; Junk Food - Junk Energy; NMSEA at Science Fairs)
  • May-June, 2013 (Solar Fiesta Guide - The Fun Way to Plan a "Greener" Lifestyle or Career)
  • March-April, 2013 (Gearing-up for Solar Fiesta! April 27-28 at; “Inside Collectors” Today;)
  • January-February, 2013 (NMSEA's 40th Anniversary Celebration! Thanks to the Board; 40th Celebration Highlights (photos);)
  • November-December, 2012 (NMSEA's 40th Anniversary Celebration!; NMSEA Chapter Leaders and Contact Info;)
  • September-October, 2012 (The View from Denver; Video Project News, RE:ENERGIZE Community and Transportation)
  • July-Aug, 2012 (Solar Fiesta! Scheduled for Spring, 2013, Driving Among Giants)
  • May-June, 2012 (ASES Passive Solar Pioneer, NMSEA Science Fair Awards)
  • March-April, 2012 (The End of Pretend, UNM Team in Solar Decatlon 2013,)
  • January-February, 2012 (Coming Golden Age or Dark Age? NMSEA's Education Mission, Adios Solyndra)
  • November-December, 2011 (Thinking Like PNM, Solar Fiesta Recap, Camping Off the Grid in an RV Without Polluting the Environment)
  • September-October, 2011 (Solar Fiesta Guide, A Sustainable Life Style Now or Never, Magnetic Induction Hotplates)
  • July-August, 2011 (Herding Solar Catz, Sizing Solar Electric Systems, Elementary Sunchasers)
  • May-June, 2011 (Bill Gross Remembrances, NMSEA and PNM Meet, Solar Fiesta News, Renewable Energy and Public Service)
  • March-April, 2011 (PNM Drops Request for "Solar Access" Charge, Solar Water Heating in Alaska, Electric Cars Reduce Energy Use and Emissions - Part 2)
  • January-February, 2011 (Policies May Retard PV Growth, Chasing the Sun Across New Mexico, Electric Cars Reduce Energy Use and Emissions - Part 1)
  • November-December, 2010 (Here Comes the Sun! Another Large PV System, Solar Energy and Politics and Sustaining NMSEA)
  • September-October, 2010 (Santa Fe Buckman Project Adopts PV, How Should We Define and Measure the Carrythrough of a Passively Solar Heated House?)
  • July-August, 2010 (Large-Scale PV Progress, The ASES Conference Experience, Governor Richardson's Legacy: A Clean Energy Economy, Time For Electric Vehicles?)
  • May-June, 2010 (Alternative Energy On A Budget - Part 3, PNM Revised RE Plan, Vertical Farms: Future Concepts, Transitioning To Green Vehicles)
  • March-April, 2010 (Alternative Energy On A Budget - Part 2, PNM To Stimulate PV Growth, Next Step: Greener Wheels, Santa Fe Students Study Solar)
  • January-February, 2010 (Alternative Energy On A Budget - Part 1, NMSEA Advocates For Passive Solar, Nature's Messages)
  • September-October, 2009 (Solar Fiesta Guide, PNM Changes Solar Programs, Sunport Display Offers NM Solar History Lesson, Solar In All 50 States)
  • July-August, 2009 (Thin Film Solar Modules, HERS Ratings For Passive Solar)