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Tall Tales from Solar Valley, Part III of the Green2V Story

By   /  August 4, 2010  /  New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News  /  No Comments

BILL RICHARDSON’S DUE DILIGENCE ON GREEN2V, or “GOOD ENOUGH FOR GOVERNMENT WORK IN SOLAR VALLEY.”
It took only a single personal meeting for New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson to line up state government behind solar wannabe Green2v.  He was armed with a “confidential backgrounder” describing the company’s plans to revolutionize the solar industry from top to [...]

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Tall Tales from Solar Valley, NM Part II

By   /  July 20, 2010  /  News  /  1 Comment

By Jim Scarantino on July 20, 2010
For a company that had already landed $1.5 billion in industrial revenue bonds from an Arizona city, solar start-up Green2V should have at least had a website.  And the investment firm that procured that deal for the company, one would think, would have had more in the way of [...]

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Tall Tales from Solar Valley, NM Part II of the Green2V Story

By   /  July 20, 2010  /  New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News  /  No Comments

For a company that had already landed $1.5 billion in industrial revenue bonds from an Arizona city, solar start-up Green2V should have at least had a website.  And the investment firm that procured that deal for the company, one would think, would have had more in the way of corporate offices than a couple of [...]

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Tall Tales from Solar Valley, New Mexico: Part I of the Green2V Story

By   /  July 18, 2010  /  New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News  /  No Comments

“I HAVE RAISED A LOT OF MONEY FOR BILL THROUGHOUT THE YEARS.  I WANT TO SEE HIM BACK IN WASHINGTON (REAL SOON).”
That was how Gil M. Olguin, Sr., J.D., wrapped up an e-mail to the chief of staff of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.  Olguin was presenting himself as head of an investment firm behind [...]

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Rio Rancho Solar Plant On Hold

By   /  June 1, 2010  /  New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News  /  No Comments

Sunny Promises Eclipsed by Reality of No Money
The huge new solar plant was going to be “fast-tracked.”  The City of Rio Rancho would cobble funds from dozens of projects to build roads and sewers to serve a million square-foot plant that would employ 1,500.  Eventually 3,000 people around the state would be employed by this [...]

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More Mystery on Source of $500 Million for Rio Rancho Green2V Solar Plant [Updated]

By   /  May 26, 2010  /  New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News  /  No Comments

Mystery continues to surround GP3, the supposed source of half a billion dollars for industrial revenue bonds to back a proposed huge solar plant in Rio Rancho for a company called Green2V.  We can help.  We have a phone number and an e-mail contact.  Curiously, the number belongs not only to a representative of GP3, [...]

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