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And They Boast Of Blowing Up The Power Station That Gave Them Reliable Power

November 10, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Four years ago I told South Australian Liberal leader Steve Marshall to blow up a wind tower to show he’d slash power prices and open the state for business. He was horrified. But under Labor, blowing up coal-fired power stations is the rage, despite leaving the state with among the world’s […]

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 […]

Australian Electrical Power Generation – Destroying Victoria’s Cheap Electricity

October 31, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Here in Australia, the State of Victoria is about to lose a quarter of its electricity supply as the “dirty” Hazelwood coal-fired power station closes. The nation’s power supply will become less reliable, Victorian electricity prices will rise and 1000 workers will lose their jobs. Isn’t it time to call out […]

The EPA Thinks You’re Stupid

March 12, 2015 by

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By Alan Caruba ~ The folks at the Environmental Protection Agency, starting with a long line of its administrators that now includes Gina McCarthy, think you and the Congress of the United States are stupid. They have been telling lies for so long they can’t imagine that their chokehold on the American economy will ever […]

The EPA’s Man Made Cooling Crisis

December 10, 2014 by

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Obama shuts down power plants as colder seasons arrive By Larry Bell ~ As many prominent scientists predict a prolonged period of global cooling, new EPA regulations [courtesy of EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, left] are likely to cause critical power shortages and consumer cost hikes. Bloomberg reports that the Brattle Group, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based consulting […]