Renewables Rejected: World’s Poorest Crave Reliable & Affordable Coal-Fired Power

Eco-zealots ram wind and solar power down the throats of Third World governments, purporting to save the planet and drag millions out of poverty. But it never takes their targets long to work out that wind and solar power are both insanely expensive and hopelessly unreliable; sitting in the dark, night after night, generally does […]

Cheap Energy Surge: Asia’s Economic Miracle Driven By Reliable & Affordable Coal-Fired Power

Between them, China and India have already dragged hundreds of millions out of abject poverty, thanks to cheap and reliable coal-fired power. There’s no mystery to it; having electricity as and when households and businesses need it is central to an ordered, prosperous and civil society. Cheap power is at the heart of manufacturing and […]

Solar Showdown: Indian Villagers Reject Greenpeace’s Useless Fake Electricity

The wind and solar obsessed in the first world are quite prepared to ensure the World’s poorest stay that way. With economic development agencies peddling ridiculously expensive solar panels – seen as ‘fake electricity’ by those lumbered with it – and forcing tinpot governments to sign up to costly and pointless wind and/or solar power schemes, the […]

Poor, Be Damned: Subsidised Wind & Solar Scam Guarantees Third World Poverty

The great wind and solar scam’s beneficiaries couldn’t care less about the poorest billion, struggling daily for a little energy for cooking or warmth, which comes often in the form of scavenged twigs and dung. Raking in $billions in wind and solar subsidies is just the beginning. The Great Green Reset now includes so-called net-zero […]

Cheap Energy Deficit: Climate Industrial Complex Conspires to Impoverish World’s Poorest

Western Nations are determined to prevent the World’s poorest from having cheap and reliable energy, a fact laid plain at the Glasgow gabfest, where the Climate Industrial Complex did its best to ensure that the likes of India will never have any hope of dragging themselves out of agrarian misery and grinding poverty. The wind […]

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 […]

Indian Insurrection: Thousands of Rural Protesters Revolt Against Threatened Wind Farm

Another day, another rural community revolts against industrial wind power. This time it’s thousands of Indian villagers fighting back to prevent the destruction of their precious forests and fertile farmlands. In the absence of massive subsidies, the wind industry would pose no threat, to anyone, anywhere. But, for as long as governments dole out taxpayer […]

Carbon Drive: Asia’s Economic Future Built on Cheap & Reliable Coal-Fired Power

Between them, China, India, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam have plans for another 600 coal-fired power plants. Much to the horror of the West’s climate evangelists, Asian demand for coal knows no bounds. Pinning their belief that these countries would plump for “cheap” wind and solar, instead of “dirty, polluting” coal, the wind and solar acolytes […]

Climate Warriors Furious Over India & China’s Insatiable Thirst for Coal-Fired Power

For years now, we’ve been told that “coal is dead” and that India and China will plump for wind and solar, instead of coal-fired power. Well, that’s the line being run by renewable energy rent seekers and wind and solar zealots around the globe. It is, of course, complete bunkum. With hundreds of millions still […]

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. […]