The unpacking of the wind industry death warrant

**** Recently the Climate Speculator ran a story with the title, The report that could kill wind power penned by Dr Jenny Riesz. A catchy title, so we thought it warranted further investigation The ‘report’ was the  Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) report Integrating Renewable Energy – Wind Integration studies, which is a rather lengthy (121 pages) piece […]

Windfall: a documentary about the facade of wind energy

  Snagfilms has made available online the 2010 documentary, Windfall, a story familiar to many around the world. It shows the devious ways that wind weasels infiltrate a quiet rural community and the suffering that results, as one by one, the lies spun by the developers are realised. For some reason, it is not available […]

The “Le Roy Tapes”: Part 5 – Jobs and Subsidies

The final part of the interview with Tim Le Roy. In this episode Tim describes how subsidies have warped the green energy ideal and caused significant job losses  by supporting the roll-out of a deeply-flawed product – industrial wind turbines (4.11).

Australia: slow to wake up?

As the rest of the major economies wake up to the insane cost of wind power – and the fact that its claimed benefit to the environment is so much turbulent air – has Australia been caught napping? Graham Lloyd’s article in the Weekend Australian today suggests it’s time to Wake Up Australia. The Weekend […]

American take on Wind Farm Scam

Reposted from American Thinker, May 10, 2013 The Faults, Fallacies and Failures of Wind Power Viv Forbes Wind power is not free. All natural energy resources such as coal, wind and sun appear “free” – no one has to incur costs to create them. But turning a “free” resource into usable electricity costs money for […]

A Sunrise report on a sunset industry

Yer feel me, Holmes?

Yo! Was sup, Holmes? We ain’t mad but the more we look, the more troubled we is. We know the Media Watch episode on the Cumming report in The Australian is now last year’s news. And yes, we know we said we would move on. But we can’t. There’s more to say, cuz. A lot […]