Who exempts the Poor from the LRET’s $50 Billion Electricity Tax & More Power Price Punishment?

**** The “debate” about the Large-Scale Renewable Energy Target continues to rage in Canberra, where the rent-seekers’ game of “save the LRET at all costs” has been driven by the increasingly panicked and apoplectic rantings of Miles George and Kane Thornton. Miles heads up near-bankrupt wind power outfit Infigen (aka Babcock & Brown) and, to […]

Casualties of South Australia’s Wind Power Debacle Mount: Thousands Can’t Afford Power

**** The new protectionism: renewable energy industry’s shameless self-promotion Catallaxy Files Alan Moran 5 December 2014 According to Christopher Flavin, the President emeritus of the Worldwatch Institute, in a few years’ time wind energy will not need to be subsidised. Oh wait! He said that back in 1984. And he was not alone, Booz, Allen […]