National Suicide: Australia’s Self-Inflicted Energy Crisis Driven by Wind & Solar Obsession

Australia’s energy policy reads like a National suicide note: power prices went from the lowest in the world to the highest, in little over a decade. Plotting the path to destruction is pretty easy: start by throwing $60 billion in subsidies at wind and large-scale solar, demonise cheap and reliable coal-fired power and put lunatics […]

Power Shock: Outrageous Cost of Subsidies Under Ontario’s ‘Green’ Energy Act Escalates

Like South Australia and Germany, Ontario launched headlong into wind power, as if actions no longer had consequences. In all cases, the results have been a disaster. The economic destruction that comes with rocketing power prices, has hollowed out Ontario’s manufacturing base. South Australia’s is now non-existent. And Germany struggles to provide reliable power to […]

Virginia Signs Economic Suicide Note: Democrat Governor Sets ‘Heroic’ Wind Power Target

  There is no surer way of wrecking an economy than cranking up energy costs. And there is no surer way of doing that, than by attempting to run on subsidised wind and solar power. Just ask a South Australian, a German or a Dane (who pay the highest power prices in the world, all […]

The Great Divide: Economy on the Brink – Australia’s Biggest Steel Manufacturer Set to Suffer 93% Increase in Power Costs

Energy firms gaming system: BlueScope Steel boss The Australian Matt Chambers 12 October 2017 BlueScope Steel chief executive Paul O’Malley says power prices will rise under a clean energy target if baseload sources such as NSW’s Liddell coal-fired power station close, and that a more urgent 10-year baseload transition plan is needed. Mr O’Malley, whose […]