Browsing All posts tagged under »Australian Electrical Power Generation«

Why Wind Power Is Not Equal To Coal Fired Power

April 1, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ How often have you heard that Wind power is intermittent, but has anyone ever explained that to you, or shown just how it actually is intermittent, and what it means. What if you need a dedicated amount of power all the time? Can wind power be relied on to generate that […]

Fake Fixes To Power Crisis Caused By Fake Scare

March 20, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ We have been betrayed. Next week the giant Hazelwood coal-fired power station will be shut by our politicians’ global-warming policies. Hazelwood generates up to 20 per cent of Victoria’s electricity and 5 per cent of Australia’s. It is also a key back-up for South Australia, now desperately short of its own […]

Hazelwood Power Plant Closing 31st March – Currently Delivering More Power Than Every Wind Plant In Australia (With Updates)

March 8, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ This Post is about the upcoming closure of the Hazelwood Power Plant. Each day, I will be adding the totals for power delivery from this plant with a comparison to ALL the wind power in Australia, and also the total for Wind Power in Victoria, the same State where the Hazelwood […]