Australia’s Renewable Energy Disaster Was Both Predictable & Avoidable

*** In this collection from Quadrant, Jo Nova and The Australian one solid theme emerges: Australia’s energy crisis is entirely self-inflicted and thus it was perfectly avoidable. Among those who saw it coming was Matt Zema – then chief of the Australian Energy Market Operator, who shuffled off this mortal coil way too soon. Before […]

Australia’s Wind Industry Finally Faces its “Waterloo”

**** During the latter part of the French Revolution a diminutive Corsican took charge of French affairs, installing himself as First Consul in 1799; and, in 1804, anointing himself French Emperor – adopting the tag Napoleon I. The little Emperor bestrode Europe and – with his Grande Armée – from 1803 to 1815 generally gave […]

Wind Power “Investors” and Retailers – Enter Contracts at your own RISK

**** With the Coalition’s RET Review Panel sharpening their axes the wind industry and its parasites have descended into a disorderly state of panic. For the very first time the industry’s wild and unsubstantiated claims about CO2 emissions reductions; its ludicrous claims about being “competitive” with conventional generation sources; and nonsensical claims about having minimal […]

RET Review Panel gets to work

The wind industry and its parasites are still reeling about the prospects of the Coalition’s RET review – which could well result in the mandatory Renewable Energy Target being scrapped altogether. The Expert Panel appointed by Tony Abbott to undertake the review – Dick Warburton AO LVO (chair), Dr Brian Fisher AO PSM, Shirley In’t […]

Planets Align as Dick Warburton – RET Slayer – appointed to head RET Review

“Apoplexy”: informal, extreme anger: the decision has aroused apoplexy among greentard bloggers. In the week just gone, greentard bloggers, wind weasels and their parasites have gone into meltdown over the Head Boy’s decision to appoint 4 business and energy market experts to head up the long awaited RET review. In charge will be Dick Warburton […]