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Residential Rooftop Solar Power – Part Two

August 11, 2012 by

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GRID CONNECTED ROOFTOP INSTALLATION In the earlier Post (Part One) we found that the rooftop solar PV installation that supplies power closest to what the average residence actually consumes (20KWH) is one that has a Total power generation of close to 5 KW (4950W). This system has 22 panels that generate the power, which is […]

Residential Rooftop Solar Power – Part One

August 11, 2012 by

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THE PURPOSE OF THE EXERCISE We are told that the emissions of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) are the main cause of Climate Change, or Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming (CAGW). While those man made emissions of CO2 come from a number of sources, by far the largest contributor is the electrical power generation sector which emits around […]

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s Electrical Power Problem – What’s A Pensioner’s Life Worth?

August 9, 2012 by

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By Andrew Bolt~ How many dead pensioners does Julia Gillard need to save her useless carbon tax? In a speech on Tuesday, the Prime Minister defended the 10 per cent hike in power prices caused by her tax, claiming it was dwarfed by the cost of “over-investment” in “poles and wires” by the states. Forget […]

Residential Air Conditioning – The Big Green Target

December 21, 2010 by

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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 […]

Renewable Power Fail – As Usual – August 2010

November 22, 2010 by

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THE EVER INCREASING NUMBERS OF RENEWABLE POWER PLANTS RESULTS IN AN INCREASE IN CO2 EMISSIONS. This may seem a strange thing to say, but read the post and it shows exactly why this is in fact happening. Some may wonder why I am doing this analysis on a month by month basis, as, really, there’s […]

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

July 9, 2010 by

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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

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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 […]