Rally Update: Alan Moran to Speak on the Economic Fraud of Wind Power

STT is delighted to announce that one of Australia’s leading energy market economists will address the National Rally, June 18, Parliament House, Canberra.

Alan has a deep understanding of the failed economics of wind power and STT expects he will play a key role in shaping the Coalition Government’s energy policy come September.

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Alan Moran of the Institute of Public Affairs has been researching and writing about climate change and the economics of measures designed to combat it for almost 20 years.  Recent major publications include:

  • A book, Climate Change: the Facts,  IPA 2010
  • Chapters in international energy and climate compendiums including Is it possible to have it both ways? 2011; Stabilising World CO2 Emissions: a bridge too far?  2009; and Resource Adequacy and Efficient Infrastructure Investment, 2008
  • Dozens of press articles exploring the costs of climate change measures involving the carbon tax, renewable requirements, direct government funding and standards.  These have been published  in the Australian, the Herald Sun, the Australian Financial Review, The Courier Mail the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times

He has also made four major submissions to the Parliament on energy and climate change issues, and appeared before the Senate, and addressed to major conferences in Australia and overseas.

Make sure you’re there to hear a man put some knobs on common sense, at last.

About stopthesethings

We are a group of citizens concerned about the rapid spread of industrial wind power generation installations across Australia.

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