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Illegal Immigration – Europe’s Tampa

June 26, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ In August of 2001, the Howard Government in Australia turned back the Tampa and its cargo of illegal boat people. Now it’s finally Europe’s turn:    Spain says it will not accept the Lifeline rescue boat left stranded in the Mediterranean after its rejection by Italy and Malta… Spanish Economic Development […]

Solar Thermal Power (Concentrating Solar) Fail – Just Look At Spain

November 8, 2013 by

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By Anton Lang (TonyfromOz) ~ How many times have you heard that there is a form of solar power that can indeed supply what is termed as Base Load Power? How many times have you heard the story of a solar plant in Spain that can supply power for 24 hours straight? How many times […]

Spain’s Top Five Renewable Energy Waste Examples: A Lesson for the U.S.

June 1, 2012 by

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By Romina Boccia ~ With Spain’s lavish support for renewable energy projects drying out, companies that relied on these government handouts to make a buck are either leaving the country in search of new misguided benefactors or risking going bust. According to Bloomberg: Spanish renewable-energy companies that once got Europe’s biggest subsidies are deserting the […]

Greens are wrong-right: China indeed shows us the way

December 5, 2010 by

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By Andrew Bolt Nuclear power is banned in Australia, even though the heads of the parties defending that ban cannot offer a rational reason for it: The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, says the economic case for nuclear ‘’doesn’t stack up’’, and the Greens leader, Bob Brown, said this week that the nuclear industry relied on […]

Spain Fried By Solar Power

October 20, 2010 by

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By Andrew Bolt Spain shows Australia’s Greens the consequences of the mad green power policies they recommend: Solar investors … were lured by a 2007 law passed by the government of Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero that guaranteed producers a so-called solar tariff of as much as 44 cents per kilowatt-hour for their electricity […]