Update from the Global Warming Policy Forum

Useful information from Germany and other places and we get a mention as well.

Warming alarmists are feeling the heat and press to close down public debate. I wonder why?

PS Wind & Other delivering 7.5%. 0 in Tasmania, not that it matters there but Woolnorth must be closed down. Sensible decision? No this recent press release claims Woolnorth owns and operates three wind farms leveraging Tasmania’s world class wind resources to generate approximately 9 percent of Tasmania’s electricity needs.

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7 Responses to Update from the Global Warming Policy Forum

  1. Australia might take advantage of this by offering Germany cheap coal. But we shall never surrender.

  2. Angus Black

    Almost all Tasmanian electricity – consistently the lowest priced in the country (provided the link to the mainland allows us to pay our way by exporting to Victoria) – is Green (the Hydro). Actually, it would be more correct to say that all Tasmania’s power is Green the overwhelming majority of the time (we import or generate only in in extreme and long lasting drought).

    If Bob Hawke had not caved in to Bob Brown, back in the day, we’d also have the Gordon Below Franklin Dam and would have enough spare green electricity to power South Australia ..l and don’t they need it. Bob Brown (and probably the Greens, worldwide) would, as a bonus, not even be a footnote in History.

    Odd, really to think that Tasmania and South Australia’s electricty landscape were rewritten by one WA guy and one NS Welshman.

  3. a happy little debunker

    Big frost in Tassie this morning – it is all looking white as.

  4. Mark M

    Further evidence that windmills can not prevent heat waves and fires:
    July 2018, Sweden to reach its 2030 renewable energy target this year …
    “Sweden is on target to meet one of its renewable energy targets years ahead of schedule, and it’s thanks in part to wind turbines.”
    July 2018, Record-breaking heat hits Norway, Finland and Sweden …

  5. Bruce of Newcastle

    California commits seppuku:

    California Votes to Move to 100% Unreliable Energy by the Time High Speed Rail is Ready

    California’s assembly has voted to move the state’s electricity completely off fossil fuels.

    The state assembly on Tuesday passed S.B. 100, a proposal to transition California to 100 percent emissions-free electricity sources by 2045. Amid heavy lobbying from environmentalists and other groups, the bill passed, 43 to 32.

    Really hard to run all those gigantic Google and Amazon server farms without electricity.

  6. California’s assembly has voted to move the state’s electricity completely off fossil fuels.

    Good. Now all external suppliers of energy to California should disconnect, dig up, pull down, every energy line going into California. Then let’s wait and see how it goes for California.

    Or, hugely raise the prices every time that these external sources are called in to help out California when it gets into trouble.

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