DOC 11701 E-2 TENNANT-Richard-Ltr-of-Comment
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E-2-----Original Message----- From: Richard Tenilant [mailto:sterilizers@excite.com] Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 1:53 PM To: Pellatt, Rob BCUC:EX Subject: RE: Mt Hayes LNG Project May 29,2006 ATTN. Robert J, Pellat, Secretary BC Utilities Commission RE; Mt. Nayes LNG Project and BC Hydro Rate Increase an regards to recent proposals to revive the MT Nayes LNG project and to increase hydro rates, I believe that these proposals contravene stated BC energy development policy that promises any new players a fair assessment of proven alternative energy supply technology that could significantly reduce the cost of gas and electriciq. Terasen cannot dispute the fact that converting CWS to produced gas would ensure an alternate supply and create a competitive local market for gas pricing, and Be hydro cannot dispute that burning CWS in a co-generation power plant would insure against higher electriciq prices as a competitive alternative for both base load and, for peak power (generated via a CWS-fueled pumped storage plant that also includes recycle of municipal and industrial wastewater for large scale production of liquid hydrogen - LHZ and, an LHZ-gasoline dual-heled vehicle infrastructure Gnanced by a combination of waste disposal fees and highway tolls that would also compete directly with gaseous hydrogen-fuel cell-electric vehicle infrastructure), In conclusion, taxpayers desewe an investigation of CWS as a viable alternative that also offers the ...

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E-2-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Tenilant [mailto:sterilizers@excite.com]
Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 1:53 PM
To: Pellatt, Rob BCUC:EX
Subject: RE: Mt Hayes LNG Project
May 29,2006
ATTN. Robert J, Pellat, Secretary
BC Utilities Commission
RE; Mt. Nayes LNG Project and BC Hydro Rate Increase
an regards to recent proposals to revive the MT Nayes LNG project and to increase hydro rates, I believe
that these proposals contravene stated BC energy development policy that promises any new players a fair
assessment of proven alternative energy supply technology that could significantly reduce the cost of gas
and electriciq.
Terasen cannot dispute the fact that converting CWS to produced gas would ensure an alternate supply
and create a competitive local market for gas pricing, and Be hydro cannot dispute that burning CWS in
a co-generation power plant would insure against higher electriciq prices as a competitive alternative for
both base load and, for peak power (generated via a CWS-fueled pumped storage plant that also
includes recycle of municipal and industrial wastewater for large scale production of liquid hydrogen -
LHZ and, an LHZ-gasoline dual-heled vehicle infrastructure Gnanced by a combination of waste disposal
fees and highway tolls that would also compete directly with gaseous hydrogen-fuel cell-electric vehicle
infrastructure),
In conclusion, taxpayers desewe an investigation of CWS as a viable alternative that also offers the
opportunity to accelerate our drive to the hydrogen economy with economical capture of carbon (from
both CWS and LNG) for transport to Britannia and storage in the abandoned mine tunnels, CWS is easily
transported by barge or pipeline and, is an ideal starter media to gasify and/or liquefy coal. Further, any
power engineer would agree that both Britannia Mines and the Jordan River hydroelectric project are
ideal sites for pumped storage operations that could easily be powered by 10 Mw 0 50 Mw CWS power
plants,
Therefore, I respectfully request that the IPC Utilities Commission order that any consideration of a
permit for Mt. Hayes or, of a price increase for BC Hydro, be rejected until such time as a independent
comparison is completed with the above proposed CWS energy supply system equipped with integrated
carbon control and hydrogen economy components (which is small price to pay for abandonment of the
GSX by BC Hydro),
Thanks for your attention*
Richard Tennant,
Vanport Sterilizers Inc.
Goquitilam, B.C. Tel604 936 3705
--- On Tue 11/22, PellaM, Rob BCUC:EX < rob.pella@@bcuc.com > wrote:
From: Pellatt, Rob BCUC:EX [mailto: rob.pellati-@bcuc.com] To: sterilizers@excite.com
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 08:25:00 -0800
Subject: BC Hydro 2005 IEP
Richard:
with regards to yonr ir~quiry abo~11 the 2005 REAP and BC Hydro's Gall for Tenders. we would suggesuhat you
sllould get a copy of 136 Hydro's F2006 Call Documents to see if you coi~ld bid on it based on the conditions of
tl-ie Call and the parameters of the projects.
The parameters outlined in the Negotiated Settlement are quite broad and whether or not they are borad enougll
to accomlnodate your projects tiientioned, we don't k~iow.
Sorry we callnot be any more definitive ..... Rob
........................................
Robert J. PellaM
Commission Secretary
BC Utilities Commission
Box 250
Sixth Floor, 900 Wowe Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2N3
Telephone: 604-660-4727
Facsimile: 504-660-1 102
Ernail: cominission.secretary@bcuc.com
-----Original Message-----
From: Cornmissio~l Secretary BCUC:EX
Sent: Monday, November 14,2005 12:01 PM
To: Pellatt, Rob BCUC:EX
Subject: FW: BC Hydro 2005 IEP
-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Tennant Vanport Sterilizers Inc [mailto:sterilizers@excite.~
Sent: Monday, November 14,2005 10:47 AM
To: Commission Secretary I3CUC:EX
Subject: BC Hydro 2005 IEP
Subject to your order No. 6-103-05, please advise wetlier BC Hydro will address pulnped energy storage
upgrades to Jordan River and/or the Britan~iia Mines Hydro site. thankyou
Richard TennanVa~lport Sterilizers Inc.
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