Planned Failure: Wind Power Obsession Leaves Britain’s Power Supply On Brink Of Collapse

You know policymakers have lost the plot when they start waxing lyrical about battery storage and ‘green’ hydrogen; neither of which exist at any scale; neither of which are even vaguely economic, even with massive taxpayer-funded subsidies to prop them up. English dictionary doyen, Samuel Johnson reckoned that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels, […]

Misery Guaranteed: Net Zero CO2 Emissions Targets Mean Taxing Prosperity Out of Existence

As the wind and solar ‘transition’ implodes, the response is to tax the life out of anything still moving, crushing power consumers and taxpayers in the bargain. Ronald Reagan’s quip about how governments treat their economies: “If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it” is […]

Oh So ‘Cheap’!: Power Prices Set to Quadruple in Wind & Solar ‘Powered’ Britain

The ultimate cost of renewable energy virtue signalling is truly crippling, wind and solar-obsessed Britain is a case in point. Power prices have doubled over the span of a few months and will quadruple as energy demand spikes again in winter. Attempting to ditch its coal-fired power plants (and converting them to run on wood […]

Senseless Seagull Slaughter: Offshore Wind Industry Wiping Out Britain’s Seabirds

Wherever the wind industry plies it subsidy-soaked trade, there’s a wave of avian carnage, and offshore is no exception. While Greta & Co fret about global incineration and mass extinctions, the wind industry is doing a very fine job of extinguishing millions of birds and bats, every year. Indeed, entire species are under threat, including […]

Utter Madness: Trivial Energy Return For $Billions Squandered On Unreliable Wind Power

Despite the countless $billions in subsidies thrown at wind power, its contribution to world energy demand remains an accounting rounding error. Talk about wind power making a meaningful contribution to electricity supplies is pure delusion. And yet, those that pretend to govern us openly conspire with the rent-seekers stealing from us in their joint efforts […]

Supply Squeeze: Relying on Wind & Solar? Get Ready For Daily Power Rationing

Daily power rationing is the inevitable product of the ‘inevitable’ transition to an all wind and sun powered future. When the sun sets and/or calm weather sets in wind and solar power can’t be bought, at any price. So, even at first glance, the perceived logic of supplying consumers with electricity from nothing but wholly […]

Deep ‘Green’ Punishment: Power Prices Set To Double In Wind Power Obsessed Britain

Thanks to the UK’s love affair with intermittent wind power, Brit’s power bills will double this April when a legislated price cap is lifted; UK power prices are already amongst the highest in Europe. And there is much worse to come. Instead of coming to grips with its self-inflicted renewable energy calamity, its energy brains […]

Rebellion Against Extinction: Civilisation Always & Everywhere About Reliable & Affordable Energy

Try living a day without a reliable power supply; then try living a life-time without it. If the doomsday cult that’s thrusting hopelessly unreliable and insanely expensive wind and solar down our throats had its way, then that’s what a future ‘civilisation’ will look like. For those not willing to make an immediate sacrifice to […]

Wind Industry Jobs Myth Turning Britain Into Venezuelan Economic Basket Case

The ‘inevitable transition’ to an all wind and sun powered future comes with a promise of an endless sea of ‘groovy’ sustainable jobs in the manufacture of solar panels and wind turbines and much more, besides. However, across the globe, the great ‘green’ jobs ‘bonanza’ is being revealed for the hoax that it truly is. […]

Outbreak of Seriously Calm Weather Forces Brits Back to Ever-Reliable Coal-Fired Power

To the horror of the wind cult, Britain has been forced to fire up its coal-fired power plants. As if power consumers should have no power, at all, every time calm weather sets in. How dare householders and businesses demand power when they need it? Shouldn’t it be enough that they can have power whenever […]