How the Wind Industry Rigged Noise Rules to Get Away with Murder

In the war against the greatest economic and environmental fraud of all time, few individuals come close to South Australia’s Mary Morris. Mary’s knowledge of acoustics and understanding of how the wind industry rigged the so-called noise ‘guidelines’ in its favour with the aid of its pet acoustic consultants, is second to none. Here’s Mary […]

South Australia’s Wind Power Disaster Kills BHP’s Plans to Expand Olympic Dam Mine

BHP started life in 1885 as the brainchild of station hands and boundary riders on Mount Gipps station in western New South Wales.  The town that sprung up around their find of one of the largest lead, silver and zinc deposits in the world, Broken Hill, shares the name with the company, ‘Broken Hill Proprietary’.  […]

South Australia’s Wind Power Debacle Leaves Labor Government Begging for Baseload Power

STT followers might be tiring of our focus on South Australia.  However, the disaster – both economic and social – unfolding in SA should be taken as a warning to any policy maker foolish enough to believe that an economy can be powered using sunshine and breezes.  Here’s another take on the debacle from The […]

South Australians Locked in Wind Power Price Disaster: Retail Prices Jump Another 12%

*** South Australia is an economic basket case, thanks, in no small part, to its obsession with wind power. Power prices are spiralling out of control. Back in March SA’s businesses were belted with a 90% hike in their bills, that left manufacturers, miners and other power hungry businesses reeling: Wind Power Costs Crushing South […]