Full-Steam Ahead: No End to China’s Insatiable Appetite For Coal-Fired Power

China isn’t even vaguely interested in intermittent wind and solar; it’s insatiable demand for coal to fuel coal-fired power plants tells the story, as does the fact that it continues to build new coal-fired plants, hand over fist. All despite claims by wind and solar cult that China will soon turn its nose up at […]

Going, Going, Gone: Renewables Sector Reels As 150,000 German ‘Green’ Jobs Evaporate

The great ‘green’ jobs ‘bonanza’ is being revealed for the hoax that it truly is. And nowhere is that reality harsher, than in Mutti Merkel’s Germany. Plastered in solar panels (albeit blanketed in snow and ice at the moment) and overrun with 30,000 of these things, Deutschland has been held up as a renewable energy […]

Full Throttle: No End In Sight for China’s Mammoth Coal-Fired Power Rush

China’s quest for global domination isn’t being fuelled by sunshine and breezes; it’s coal that’s driving the Middle Kingdom’s Imperial and economic onslaught. This is a country that is deadly serious about its economic development and deadly serious about its imperial designs. Which means there’s no place at all for power that can’t be delivered […]

Second Rate Wind Power Side-lined In China’s Coal-Fired Economic Miracle

Despite claims by wind and solar acolytes that China is well on its way to an all renewables powered future, apparently, the black stuff still matters. A lot. A month or so back, Beijing banned Australian coal imports (dozens of ships loaded with Australian coal are sitting stuck in harbours along China’s south-east coast). Blackouts […]

China Crisis: Beijing’s Ban On Australian Coal Leaves Millions Freezing In The Dark

Millions of Chinese are learning just how important coal-fired power is to their health, safety and comfort, thanks to Beijing’s ban on Australian coal imports. High-quality Australian coal has helped fuel China’s miraculous industrial growth over the last generation. But the escalation of a trade spat between the PRC and the Morrison led Federal Government […]

Get Smart: China’s CCP Aiming to Use Wind Farms as Backdoor To Wreck US Power Grid

China’s has lost quite a few friends thanks to a virus, but it’s their efforts to infiltrate and undermine Western powers that have spooked the USA and others about what its Communist Party is really up to. Recent efforts by the CCP controlled Chinese Guanghui Industry Investment Group to snaffle vast tracts of Texas, with […]

Getting Serious About Serious Power Generation: China Leads Global Nuclear Power Push

Any student of economics wondering how important reliable and affordable electricity is to economic growth and industrialisation, need only look at China. The CCP may not be the flavour of the month at the moment, but its role in China’s economic success can’t be dismissed so readily. In less than 25 years, China has dragged […]

Spies Like US: CCP Using Wind Farms to Infiltrate American Military Bases

Chinese Communist Party influence seems to bob up in the strangest places these days, including wind farms in West Texas. Thanks to the coronavirus, 2020 will stand as the year when Western powers woke up to the fact that China is fixed on the long game, with a plan to undermine its enemies by fair […]

Massive Push For Coal & Nuclear Power Proves China’s Wind Power Investment All For Show

Inscrutable as ever, the Chinese pay plenty of lip service to unreliable wind and solar, but it’s coal and nuclear that are really powering the Middle Kingdom. China’s investment in new coal and nuclear power plants absolutely dwarfs spending on intermittent wind and solar. Indeed, as Dr John Constable details below, the pace of investment […]

Coal Rush: China, Japan & India Back Coal-Fired Future With Hundreds of New Plants

Reports of the ‘death’ of coal have been greatly exaggerated, with the economic powerhouses of Asia – China, Japan and India – building new plants hand over fist. The pattern across Asia is unmistakable; unreliable wind and solar have been snubbed in favour of coal-fired power plants, with new nuclear plants running a close second. […]