No Time To Lose: Reliable, Affordable Emissions Free Nuclear Power’s Time Is Right Now

Anyone talking about reducing carbon dioxide emissions and not talking about nuclear power, can’t be taken seriously. Europe’s months-long wind drought in the last half of 2021 demonstrated the dangerous futility of attempting to rely on mother nature for your energy needs. Which is why the French, among others, are now talking about nuclear power as if it […]

Powering Down: Wind & Solar ‘Transition’ Mean End of Reliable & Affordable Power

Once upon a time, governments strived to ensure their citizens had access to reliable and affordable electricity. That was then. This is now. A cabal of wind and solar rent-seekers and their political enablers are determined to control every aspect of your daily life, by preventing you from having electricity, as and when you need […]

Green New Deal Gamble: Democrats Playing Russian Roulette With America’s Energy Future

Across the globe, the quest for wind and solar power domination has taken on all the menace of a friendly round of Russian roulette. The front runners in the USA, California and Texas, have already experienced life-threatening wind and solar output collapses; during statewide heatwaves in the former, and during last February’s Big Freeze, in […]

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 […]

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 […]