Wicked Waste: Rocketing Prices & Blackouts Only ‘Dividend’ From $60bn in Subsidies to Wind & Solar

Setting fire to cash is one way of destroying value, throwing $billions in subsidies at intermittent wind and solar is just as effective. Chicago gangsters displayed their notorious net worth by stoking up their stogies with hundred-dollar bills. Easy come, easy go, as they say. So it is with the unreliables: wind and solar. Australian […]

French Kiss of Death: Paris Obsession Driving Australian Power Prices Through the Roof

For Australian households and businesses being crushed by out-of-control power prices the Paris Climate Agreement is a maniac’s suicide note. With nothing else to justify the $60 billion being thrown in subsidies at chaotically intermittent wind and solar, renewable energy rent seekers are clinging to the notion that the deal done in the City of […]

Victoria’s Wind & Solar Vortex: Labor Determined to Repeat South Australian Debacle with Ludicrous 50% RET

  Victoria’s unhinged Premier and deluded Energy Minister are hell-bent on replicating South Australia’s wind and solar debacle and bringing it home. By definition, ‘insanity’ is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. On that score, Daniel Andrews and Lily D’Ambrosio are in a league of their own. It’s not […]

Wind & Solar Rewind: Victorian Labor Promises to Repeat South Australia’s Renewable Energy Disaster

Ignoring neighbouring South Australia’s wind & solar debacle, Victoria’s delusional Labor Premier Daniel Andrews is determined to repeat it. Despite some recent propaganda efforts suggesting that South Australians are currently enjoying 1970s power prices, Australia’s renewable energy capital still pays the world’s highest power prices – thanks to its ludicrous 50% Renewable Energy Target. SA’s 50% RET […]

Wind Power Chaos: South Australia Bound to Suffer Summertime Blackouts & Victoria’s ALP Government Determined to Follow Suit

*** Given the scale and scope of the calamity, the media’s continued forensic focus on South Australia’s recent Statewide blackout is thoroughly justified. However, what occurred on 28 September this year (aka ‘Black Wednesday’) is not the first time that a precipitous collapse in wind power output in SA has caused a widespread blackout (see […]