Counting the Cost of Subsidised Wind Power: Some Basic Facts

The generation that have come to worship wind and solar power operate in a fact and consequence free zone, where logic and reason were bound and gagged from the beginning. Their finest trait is their ability to shift the narrative, when troublesome facts – like blackouts caused by wind power output collapses and rocketing power […]

Wind Power: The Mother of All Taxpayer Subsidised Scams

STT has likened it to the great corporate Ponzi schemes, pointing out, just once or twice, that the wind industry is little more than the most recent and elaborate effort to fleece gullible investors, in a list that dates back to “corporate investment classics”, like the South-Sea Bubble and Dutch tulip mania. In the wind […]

Why Governments Refuse to Admit the True & Staggering Cost of Subsidised Wind & Solar

If the true and staggering cost of subsidised wind and solar power were public knowledge, there would be public outrage. For more than a decade the wind industry and its political enablers have trotted out mythical figures, all based on fanciful modelling, claiming that the total cost of renewable power to consumers is less than […]

Brits Being Fleeced for £billions by Offshore Wind Farm Outfits

Britain’s political betters have set it up for one enormous gamble.  Britain is wagering its entire economic future on its – out of control – wind power boondoggle. Back in January, The Economist reported on the INSANE cost of delivering offshore wind power – where generators are guaranteed obscene returns – being able to charge […]

UK’s “Green” Wind Power Policy Turns to “Gangrene”

**** Britain’s energy policy is clearly “other worldly” (see our post here) and/or the product of a “finer” kind of thinking (see our post here). When it comes to giant fans, the Brits’ political betters are yet to work out that they’ve been stung by the greatest economic and environmental fraud of all time. One […]

UK Energy Policy: Complete Bedlam as the Lunatics take over the Asylum

Since the 14th Century, the term “Bedlam” has been a well-worn figure of speech used to signify a state of madness, chaos, and the often irrational nature of the world. As any good Brit knows, Bedlam was a notorious mental institution – dating back to the reign of Henry III. In modern times, the phrase […]

Wind Power in Britain: it’s Robin Hood in Reverse

A while back, there was a plucky young English lad, called Robin Hood, who was pretty handy with both long-bow and sword; and so comfortable with expressing his “feminine side” that he wasn’t afraid to be seen in figure hugging green tights. Hood hung out with his band of Merry Men in Sherwood Forest, dodging […]