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The Double Standards Industry

April 18, 2018 by

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Concerns over impacts from energy projects disappear where “green” energy is involved By Paul Driessen ~ It’s a good thing environmentalists have double standards – or they wouldn’t have any standards at all. Empire State legislators worry that anything above the current 0.0001% methane in Earth’s atmosphere will cause catastrophic climate change, and that pipelines […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 24th March 2018

March 25, 2018 by

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By Anton Lang ~ Week 38 This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power […]

3 Reasons Trump Should Pull The Plug On Solar Tariffs

January 22, 2018 by

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By Katie Tubb ~ An expansive trade case has simmered on the back burner since April 2017 and is now finally on its way to President Donald Trump’s desk for a decision by Jan. 26. The case involves two failing manufacturing companies—Suniva and SolarWorld—which have petitioned the government for globally applicable tariffs on inexpensive imports […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 9th December 2017

December 10, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power consumption never […]

Australian Base Load Electrical Power – Week Ending 25th November 2017

November 26, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ This is the continuing Post, where each Saturday, I will detail the power consumption for the Base Load in Australia for the previous week. This will show what is actually meant by the term Base Load, and that is the minimum daily power consumption at its lowest point. Power consumption never […]

Renewable Power Australia – $60 Million For Each Solar Job

November 17, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palasczcuk, was promoting green energy at the Clare Solar Farm. Resources Minister Matt Canavan calculates the astonishing waste: “The Clare Solar Farm stands to get something like $340 million in subsidies over the next 13 years  for 5 jobs! That works out at $60 million a job.” […]

Renewable Power Australia – Frydenberg Hints: No More Subsidies Or Targets For Renewables

October 9, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Let’s hope sense kicks in: The Turnbull government is hinting that the rapidly declining cost of renewable energy is undermining the case for further clean-energy subsidies, as it maintains it will make a decision on a clean energy target in coming months. In a speech to the Australian Financial Review’s National […]