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Greg Patterson
Greg is a husband, father, Lawyer, CPA.
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Congratulations to Mayor Lane for hosting another successful Cure Corridor event. Great turnout. Continue reading
Utility rates are so complex that customers often pick a rate plan that is more expensive than other plans. In the last rate case, APS proposed to be allowed to shift consumers to the optimal plan however, the ACC rejected this proposal because consumers don't always chose plans based on... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Arizona Competitive Power Alliance
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The folks from NV5 are in town and we had a good meeting with Com. Olson. Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Arizona Competitive Power Alliance
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I'm trying to blast though some inertia with an arm blast challenge. I took this picture in the summer of 2018 and I've lost some definition since then. Jordan and I are going to drive to Durham on January 10th. So in the 40 days between now and then, I'm... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Zen The Day
I hosted a Continuing Legal Education Lunch on the topic of Social Media, and at the beginning I said "Let's go around the room and you can tell us who you are, the name of your firm and whether you are pro-choice or pro-life." They were stunned for a moment... Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2019 at Zen The Day
In social situations, people ask me what I do and when I say that I'm a lawyer, they occasionally respond "oh, great. My sister is going through a divorce and I was wondering...." At that point I raise my hands and say "I don't do family law." Think about that... Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2019 at Zen The Day
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My in laws are having some health issues and we just moved them from Tucson to Modesto so that they would have access to better care. As Humans, we have a strange attachment to our stuff and rather than giving away their house full of stuff, flying them to Modesto... Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2019 at Zen The Day
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Back from San Antonio. The most interesting panel was a NASUCA panel called: "Grid-Side Storage: What do advocates need to consider when evaluating proposals to add battery storage to Utility Systems." Not only is the topic relevant, but also three of the four panel members are from Arizona. Residential Utility... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2019 at Arizona Competitive Power Alliance
Here's the parable of my life. "A stressed out executive goes to a Zen Master and says "what can I do to relax?" The Master replies "Walk for 20 minutes each day." The executive thinks for a moment and replies "how far will I be in a year?" The story... Continue reading
Posted Oct 30, 2019 at Zen The Day