Prince Philip joined the outcry at the weekend about the economic insanity of wind farms and how wind power will never work without huge tax payer subsidies, and raised again the major flaw in the whole renewables industry, wind farms require 100% backup capacity from conventional power stations for those days when it is too cold or the wind speed is too fast, then of course there are the days when the wind farm operators are paid millions of pounds to not generate electricity.
Prince Philip’s views on wind farms put him at complete odds with the elephant eared moron, who masquerades at the heir to the throne, who in February this year was demanding that anyone who does not buy into the man made Global Warming scam must be held accountable
Esbjorn Wilmar, managing director of Infinergy who are currently sucking up millions in tax payer subsidies to build off shore wind farms was treated to the truth about his industry in the style that only Phil the Greek can do: Read the rest of this entry
There is a phrase appearing more and more frequently in papers and blogs: In the post man made global warming world, encouraging but as with all things it needs to be taken with a dose of cautious realism.
Last nights BBC1 Panorama program on rising energy costs was nothing like the usual fare of Church of Climatology propaganda broadcast relentlessly by the BBC, naturally there was no mention of the potential shale gas revolution for Britain, but equally there was no mention of Global Warming, Climate Change or whatever natural climate change is called by warming alarmists these days.
When the BBC make a program that upsets the warming alarmists then just possibly we are about to enter the world of post man made global warming Read the rest of this entry
There are some questions to be answered about Chris Huhne’s explanation that ever rising prices for gas and electricity are mainly caused by fossil fuel costs, with only a tiny fraction of the increases supporting the massive
susbidies taxes on everyone’s energy bills.
Wholesale energy prices peaked in 2008, and then fell back at the end of 2009, retail energy prices however after a slight fall stayed well above the 2008 peak, there were modest increases in wholesale price, last year and this year, but wholesale prices today, are well below the 2008 peak.
Fossil fuel prices have fallen, yet Huhne maintains that ever rising fossil fuel prices are the cause of all time high energy bills: Read the rest of this entry
The Wind Farm, the single most useless form of reliable electricity generation yet invented, and the second most expensive for consumers after biomass.