Bjørn Lomborg: Wind Power is a Vanity Project

*** When it comes to assessing the costs, risks and benefits of environmental policy Bjørn Lomborg has always tried to provide balanced, detailed analysis supported by facts and evidence. The economic choices we make – about allocating scarce resources to unlimited wants – should – as Lomborg consistently points out – be made taking into […]

The Danes’ Lament

“When sorrows come, they come not single spies. But in battalions!” In a decade long fit of “turbine madness” the Danes have thrown more money at wind farms than just about any other place in the world – they share the honour with wind power mad South Australia as having the highest power prices in […]

Wind Rush – a world of problems with turbines (yes, including Denmark)

Something (very) rotten in Denmark

“It’s a widely held conception that Denmark is one of the world’s least corrupt countries. The message is always warmly received, but this isn’t the same as saying that Denmark is free of corruption. “I’m not qualified to speak about corruption in general, but there is one area in which I do have an in-depth […]