Tesla Terror: Lithium Battery ‘Bombs’ Exploding In Toxic Fireballs That Burn For Days

Giant batteries are said to be the Planet’s saviour, but be sure you’re well clear when they explode into toxic fireballs that firefighters can’t extinguish. On the large-scale, it’s the kind of terrifying Tesla moment experienced by locals in Victoria when one of these lithium-ion wonders went up in flames and literally burned for days, […]

Daily Disaster: Blackouts Only Reward For California’s Wind & Solar Nightmare

If insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results, then California’s a clear candidate for the asylum. Over the last 20 years, its maniacal wind and solar obsession has cost Californians dearly: they suffer America’s highest power prices and, when the mercury soars, are lucky to get any power, at all. Energy […]

Utterly Useless: Wind & Solar Costly, Pointless & Can’t Reduce CO2 Emissions

No country has ever powered itself entirely with wind and solar; no country ever will. The idea we’ll all be powered exclusively by wind and solar is pure fantasy and talk about giant batteries soon making that pipe dream possible is just as unhinged. The occasional claim that wind and solar satisfied 100% of power […]

Wind & Solar Cult Bans Nuclear Power Promoters from Climate Change Conference

The climate cult’s true colours are revealed when it actively agitates against nuclear power; bad enough that they won’t promote it, worse still when they seek to sabotage nuclear power’s prospects, altogether. This is the crowd out to convince us that man-made carbon dioxide gas is “pollution” which, unless you stop generating it, will result […]

Renewables Rejected: Demand for Reliable & Affordable Power Driving Asian Coal Renaissance

Among the nonsense spouted by wind and solar acolytes is the line that coal is deader than the dodo. While the demise of the hapless, flightless bird was clearly due to human intervention, it’s the demands of humans for reliable and affordable power that’s brought coal back to life, particularly across energy-hungry Asia. The UN/Climate […]

So Corrupt: Outrageous Attempt by Wind Industry to Influence Supreme Court Judge

A Supreme Court Judge started hearing the trial of a noise nuisance claim brought by farmers against a wind farm operator last week. The plaintiffs are seeking substantial damages, including aggravated and exemplary damages for over six years of nightly noise punishment. As we pointed out in an earlier post, the action was being pursued […]

The Hidden Victims of ‘Green’ Virtue Signalling: Renewable Energy Costs Crushing Working Poor

Subsidised wind and solar is a playground for the vain, rich and cynical, and its victims are always on the wrong side of the tracks; unseen and unheard. Energy poverty is now an entrenched feature of first-world economies wherever wind and solar play any prominence in power systems. And it’s not simply the fact that […]

Unnecessary Night-time Nuisance: Why Wind Turbine Noise Is So Much More Annoying After Dark

Delivering a thumping, grinding, mechanical cacophony, industrial wind turbines drive neighbours nuts. But, as a recent study from Flinders University in South Australia has found, there’s a reason why wind turbine noise is so much worse after dark. The pulsing, thumping nature of wind turbine noise – which relates to blades passing the tower – […]

Follow the Money: Politicians Plugging Wind & Solar Pocketing Untold $Millions

Crony capitalism is the new ‘Green’: every politician plugging wind and solar will eventually be caught pocketing cash for his time and trouble. Sure, there’s an ostensible sense of virtue when an MP propounds renewables as a solution to all the world’s perceived ills. But it doesn’t take much digging to work out precisely why […]

Grand RE Scam Revealed: What Subsidised Wind & Solar Power Is Really Costing You

Wind and solar scammers don’t want you to know what’s causing your rocketing power bills, and those profiting from endless wind and solar subsidies want to keep it that way. There are a raft of direct and indirect subsidies to wind and solar, which the vaguely interested are able to soon identify. However, it’s the […]