Power Crisis Panic: Australia’s Energy Regulator Warns More Renewables Means More Blackouts

  ‘Panic’ and ‘delusion’ sum up the results of Australia’s self-inflicted renewable energy disaster. Panic at the threat posed by the occasional and chaotic delivery of wind and solar power to the grid; a threat already realised in Australia’s wind power capital, South Australia, which suffers the highest power prices in the world and is […]

Germany’s Wind Power Debacle Worsens: Too Much Power One Day, None the Next

*** Like South Australians, Germans are attempting to run on sunshine and breezes and in both places the results have been an unmitigated disaster. When power output depends on the weather and whether the sun is up and the sky isn’t clouded up, results can, as they say in marketing blurbs, ‘vary’. During January of […]

Ontario’s Wind Powered Energy Poverty

**** Around the globe, the true cost of the great wind power fraud is catching up with a vengeance. The phrase “energy poverty” is now synonymous with the insane (and utterly pointless) costs of subsidising the ‘production’ of electricity, using a wholly weather dependent ‘system’, that has to have 100% of its capacity, backed up […]

Michael Cobb – He Gets It

Every once in a Blue Moon STT gets sent an article where the author actually understands the Australian energy market, the Renewable Energy Target AND the fiasco that is the great Australian wind power fraud. Well, the Moon just turned a delightful shade of Blue. Here’s a cracking piece written by Michael Cobb, who – […]

Donna Laframboise: “Global Warming” – The Greatest Lie Ever Told: Pt 3

Donna Laframboise is a Canadian feminist, journalist, writer, and photographer – and is the author of “The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert” (2011) – a book that has a pretty fair crack at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.  Donna also runs a site called noconsensus.org – that attacks […]

Keith De Lacy: “New” Labor – Out to Punish the Poor & Get Rich

*** A few posts back we looked at how South Australia went from economic zero to economic hero during the 1950s and 1960s – with the help of a pragmatic Adelaide Hills farmer, Sir Tom Playford. Tom created a manufacturing and industrial investment paradise – principally by making cheap and reliable power available through the […]