Nature’s Accent, Inc. Offers Renewable Energy at Fossil Fuel Prices

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Low-cost renewable energy using revolutionary Tri-Fuel technology with guarantees at 4.8 cents per KWh fixed price for term of power contract is offered to state of New Mexico.

Nature’s Accent was created to address global warming, over crowded forests and bovine biomass waste issues

Nature’s Accent, Inc., a wholesale generator of renewable energy announced today a proposal to the New Mexico PRC for low-cost renewable energy at fossil fuel prices.

Highlights of the precedent setting proposal are:

  •     Power priced at 4.8 cents per kilowatt at a fixed price for 30 years.
  •     This price equates to power being discounted to 2.2 cents per Kilowatt over the term of the contract with inflation estimated at 2.5%
  •     Guaranteed 100% deliverability
  •     Guaranteed price matching of any renewable energy supplier over term of the contract
  •     The proposal was made to all state & federal entities, wholesale buyers, public utilities, co-op electric utilities and, if legislated, to all buyers of electricity statewide.

“Nature’s Accent was created to address global warming, over crowded forests and bovine biomass waste issues”, said Allen Witters CEO of the Company. “Through ecologically managed forests, we will reduce the threat of catastrophic fires while increasing water production for the surrounding communities. By using dairy and feed lot waste, we remediate a large ecological problem and create low cost energy. New Mexico has tremendous natural energy resources that can be turned into large scale renewable energy generation. We can compete directly with coal, gas and nuclear systems and beat them on price, global ethics and uptime,” he said.

Las Vegas, NM, is the proposed site of the first plant to be located in the Northeast Regional Wood Business Park owned by San Miguel County and managed by the Las Vegas/San Miguel Economic Development Corporation. The plant will create about 350 high paying professional jobs in rural New Mexico. Nature’s Accent has identified 12 other rural communities with the renewable resources to build clean energy plants.

Witters said the Nature’s Accent Tri-FuelTM concept is unique because it combines the use of biomass from either wood waste or cow manure with thermal solar and wind technologies in a single plant. “The company will produce renewable energy that is competitive with non-renewable energy produced from fossil fuels, and it never shuts down,” Witters said. “This means we can deliver continuous electricity 24/7 throughout the year without interruption. The design is completely redundant and we adjust production to the least-cost fuel available at any instant in time.”

For additional information about Nature’s Accent, an 8A woman-owned privately held corporation, go to


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