Browsing All posts tagged under »Electrical Power Access«

Energy Poverty In The Pandemic Age

April 15, 2020 by


By Duggan Flanakin ~ In a recent article, International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol asserted that the “huge disruption caused by the coronavirus has highlighted how much modern societies rely on electricity.” Also adding that in many countries, electricity is critical for operating the ventilators and other medical equipment in the hospitals treating the soaring […]

Powering Countries, Empowering People

September 23, 2016 by


Affordable energy brings jobs, improved living standards and pursuit of happiness By Paul Driessen ~ For 16 years, in a scene out of pre-industrial America, Thabo Molubi and his partner made furniture in South Africa’s outback, known locally as the “veld.” Lacking even a stream to turn a water wheel and machinery, they depended solely […]

Protect The Poor – From Climate Change Policies

September 27, 2014 by


Cornwall Alliance works to ensure reliable, affordable energy for poor families worldwide. By Paul Driessen ~ In a more rational, moral, compassionate, scientifically literate world, this Cornwall declaration would not be needed. It assesses the “far-reaching, costly policies” that the world’s governments are adopting, supposedly to prevent global warming and climate change. It calls on […]

What Would America Be Like If The Radical Green Movement Won?

July 28, 2014 by


By Stephen Moore ~ Could the radical-Green movement in America make mankind’s future resemble a science-fiction Earth ruled by apes? Recently I went to the see the blockbuster movie Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and an Investor’s Business Daily editorial this week got me thinking about a bleak scenario. Our future won’t have […]

Climate Change Hypocrisy Exposed – New Coal Fired Power Plant For Niger In Africa

July 16, 2014 by


By Anton Lang ~ Recently, a new coal fired power plant was proposed for the Country of Niger in Africa. (This Country should not be confused with the larger Country of Nigeria) The article detailing this proposed new power plant is at this link. I can see green heads across the World exploding with this […]

Green Power Could Mean Mega Blackouts

November 29, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt One slight problem with solar and wind power is that it doesn’t work some times, and other times it works only too well: ‘Unstable’ renewable energy sources increase the risk of ‘supra-regional’ electricity blackouts with multi-billion pound consequences, insurance giant Allianz has warned. Solar panels and wind turbines are a “volatile” source […]

Live Green Before You Vote It

July 3, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt This may seem to be a local Australian issue, when it mentions the election, in this case a State election in the Southern Australian State of Victoria. It however does ask some questions that those who seek to push this lifestyle upon us all need to address, and to actually provide answers […]

Paying More For Less In Rudd’s Green Future

April 17, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt You’ll pay for (Australian Prime Minister) Kevin Rudd’s green madness, warns Terry McCrann: YOUR electricity bills are going to at least double in the next 10 years and relentlessly rising power prices could easily triple them. If, that is, and when, you actually get the electricity. Because just as certainly we are […]

Bringing Light, Health and Prosperity to Africa

March 29, 2010 by


By Roy Innis and Niger Innis TonyfromOz prefaces ….. If anything starkly shows how this current Administration has little or no idea of how Third World access to a reliable and constant supply of electrical power will improve their lives, then this is it. This is an absolute disgrace. “I see Africa as a … […]