Paul’s Epistle to the Australian Electricity Consumer

By popular demand – here’s Paul’s Epistle to Australian power punters. In our last post, Paul Miskelly gave Ian Macfarlane an almighty serve over his apparent sympathy for wind weasels. We’ve been overwhelmed by the number of hits on – and with the responses to – Paul’s extremely well-crafted challenge to the new Industry Minister. […]

Sarah Laurie on Alan Jone’s Show

Sarah Laurie was interviewed by Alan Jones last week. Alan has a little radio show that more than just a few Australians tune into each morning. Syndicated through over 77 Stations and with close to 2 million listeners Countrywide – AJ as he’s known – is one of those people that leads the political charge […]

Steve Cooper on Alan Jone’s Show

One of – if not – Australia’s leading, truly independent Acoustic Expert, Steve Cooper was interviewed by Alan Jones this morning. Alan has a little radio show that more than just a few Australians tune into each morning. Syndicated through over 77 Stations and with close to 2 million listeners Countrywide – AJ as he’s […]

Xenophon calls it: ultimately, this is a question about excessive noise

Speech tabled on behalf of Senator Nick Xenophon, February 28, 2013 Hansard:  Australian Federal Senate Senator XENOPHON (South Australia) (10:32): The incorporated speech read as follows— This Bill seeks to amend the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act to give powers to the Clean Energy Regulator that ensure accredited wind farms do not create excessive noise. Under […]

As always, money and power is in the hands of corporate wind …

Guest poster: Frank Campbell, Elmhurst, Victoria, Australia. Frank is a retired sociologist and former supporter of the Greens. It’s galling that paid propagandists like Leigh Ewbank (Pyrenees Advocate, February 1, 2013), safe in their Carlton castles, lecture rural people about the wonders of wind turbines. The rural press is flooded with their formula letters. Like […]