Australian Senators – Day, Leyonhjelm & Canavan – Line Up to Can Big Wind

**** STT likes to go in hard, call it early and keep on backing it up. Sure we descend to colourful language, and polish it off with a healthy smear of good old-fashioned sarcasm. But the idiom and imagery we use sits atop a pile of festering wind industry generated lies, deception and common garden […]

Wind Industry Ponzi Scheme Collapsing: Pacific Hydro’s “Downfall”

**** Pacific Hydro is a name synonymous with wind industry skulduggery in Australia: the merciless treatment of its victims at Cape Bridgewater has been added to the annals of Australian corporate infamy, right up there with Aussie asbestos pedlar, James Hardie (see our post here). Pac Hydro has copped a pasting for riding roughshod over […]

Tide Turns as Senate Inquiry hears from the Wind Industry’s “Road-Kill”

**** In the last few posts we’ve covered the unravelling of the great wind power fraud, as the Senate Inquiry hit the road at Portland, Victoria on 30 March. While the heat was turned up on Pacific Hydro – the beleaguered wind power outfit responsible for the Cape Bridgewater disaster – the Inquiry also got […]

Senate’s Wind Farm Inquiry Turns Up the Heat On Pac Hydro’s Malfeasance

 **** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off on 30 March, at Portland in Victoria. The Inquiry is teamed by a band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day […]

Senate Inquiry: Hamish Cumming & Ors tip a bucket on the Great Wind Power Fraud

**** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off on 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, Labor […]

Senate’s Wind Farm Inquiry: Steven Cooper’s Evidence on his Groundbreaking Study

 **** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off on 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, Labor […]

Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm Nightmare Unfolds as Senate Inquiry Hits Portland

*** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off last Monday, 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, […]

Top Acoustics Professor Calls for Full Compensation for Wind Farm Victims, as Council Calls for “National Noise Cops”

**** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud hits the road tomorrow, 30 March – starting at Portland, Victoria (in the TAFE campus on Hurd Street from 8.30am) – the town next door to Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater disaster. The hearing gives long-suffering residents there – and from elsewhere – a chance […]

Simon Chapman, Will Grant & Jacqui Hoepner: the Wind Industry’s Health “Expert” Great Pretenders

**** It’s been nearly 2 months since Steven Cooper’s ground breaking Cape Bridgewater acoustic study exploded like a small, but rather effective nuclear device – putting him on the international stage – and Scotching, once and for all, the nonsense that wind farm victims’ complaints about sleep deprivation, and other adverse health effects, caused by […]

Pacific Hydro’s Ponzi Scheme Implodes: Wind Power Outfit Loses $700 Million of Mum & Dad Retirement Savings

**** Pacific Hydro is a name synonymous with wind industry skulduggery in Australia: the merciless treatment of its victims at Cape Bridgewater has been added to the annals of Australian corporate infamy, right up there with Aussie asbestos pedlar, James Hardie (see our post here). Now, its slap-dash approach to management, and all-round corporate malfeasance, […]