Browsing All posts tagged under »Household Electrical Economies«

Residential Air Conditioning – The Big Green Target

December 21, 2010 by


This Post details the failure of politicians over a number of years, and how the blame for their failure is now being sheeted home to the people themselves. Yesterday, I mentioned the incongruous situation where those people who accept that Climate Change/Global Warming is man induced will believe the most complex Science about that, and […]

Knock, Knock. It’s Gillard’s Green Police

July 9, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt Have you ever heard of anything more ridiculous than this? Electrical power is consumed in three sectors, Residential 38%, Commerce 37% and Industrial 24%. Any savings you can make at a personal household residential level are so minor as to be inconsequential. As that Residential sector mainly consumes its power in those […]

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 […]

The Latest Scam: “Free” Solar Power

June 2, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt That’s your money, folks: SUBSIDISED solar power risks becoming a new insulation-type debacle, with industry leaders claiming shoddy work and poor safety standards are rife. Top companies have warned that: • Shonky operators are flooding the solar power industry on the back of government subsidies. • Dangerous non-tempered glass and inferior imported […]

Cash For Caulkers: Another Subsidized Clunker

May 6, 2010 by


By Nicolas Loris This week The House of Representatives is set to vote on a, $6.6 billion home energy efficiency bill commonly referred to as “cash for caulkers.” The plan would give rebates to homeowners willing to green their homes by installing new windows and retrofitting homes energy efficient upgrades. The legislation, H.R. 5019, is […]

Residential Carbon Dioxide Impact From Electrical Power Consumption

April 14, 2010 by


Yesterday, in the post at this link, I posted how Governments hope to pass legislation to put in place either a Cap and Trade system or an outright cost on Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the big emitters. The largest of those emitters are those large coal fired power plants, and in that post, I explained […]

Electricity – Paying Three Times For The Same Thing, And Some Unintended Consequences (PART 1)

February 3, 2010 by


PART ONE OF TWO PARTS Don’t you just love the way Politicians find new ways to gouge you. They don’t call it a tax, and won’t hear of anyone who does, in fact, roundly vilifying anyone who does dare call it a tax. Then they find a way to give it a name that makes […]