Guilty: Subsidised Wind & Solar Drive Australia’s Rocketing Retail Power Prices

Among the dwindling band of deluded wind and sun worshippers, no two words are more prone to send them into apoplexy than ‘South Australia’. Held up as the example of how to run an economy on sunshine and breezes (sprinkled with a liberal dose of pixie dust and batteries that cost $150 million to power […]

Politics of Power: Queensland Voters Blame Subsidised Renewables for Rocketing Power Prices

For more than 15 years renewables rent seekers have been peddling the myth that wind and solar power are practically free, and getting cheaper all the time. As Australian power consumers anxiously crack open the envelopes that contain power bills guaranteed to shock over the next few weeks, the crushing bottom line staring back in […]

Wind Power Insanity: Queensland Labor’s Renewable Policy Off the Wall

*** As if the example set by South Australia’s disastrous attempt to run on sunshine and breezes could somehow be avoided, Labor Premier Annastacia Palasz­czuk is hell-bent on following SA back to the Dark Ages. The Queensland government is packed with wannabe wind cultists (Queensland has only a couple of tiny wind farms to its […]

Queensland Labor Lunacy: Premier Vows to Follow South Australia Back to the Dark Ages

*** It was Albert Einstein that forecast the Australian approach to energy policy when he defined insanity as: “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Queensland’s capital, Brisbane is barely 1,600 km and 2 hours, 20 minutes flying time from Adelaide, but it appears that the news from South Australia […]

It’s the Poor Who Suffer Most from the Great Wind Power Fraud

**** In a number of posts we’ve covered Bjørn Lomborg’s critical analysis of how runaway renewables policies – and the spiralling power costs they cause – are having a devastating (and disproportionate) impact on the poorest in developed economies – and how they threaten to lock the poorest billion or so of our planet’s inhabitants […]

Bob Katter joins STT Pantheon – Queenslanders vote 1 KAP in the Senate

**** STT’s given some voting tips for this Saturday’s upcoming Federal election. In South Australia – if you’re looking for sensible energy policy and protection for hard-working rural families – then send your votes in the Senate to SA’s favourite Greek, Nick Xenophon. In Victoria, vote for John Madigan’s team in the Senate – the […]

Federal MP Bruce Scott Slams Wind Power

The reverberations from the National Rally continue with Federal MP, Bruce Scott coming out hard against the wind power fraud. STT’s pretty sure that the Great Scott won’t be backing wind power in the next Coalition led Parliament. But we hear that Bruce is a big fan of water – and pretty keen on REALLY […]