Tag Archives: renewable energy

Glorious Renewables

Yet another ‘renewable’ energy project. Yet again, it’s one of those laughable wave energy farms. Yet again, we have a government itching to stuff the ”project’ full of subsidies. Yet again, there’s a highly dubious tender process behind it. And yet … Continue reading

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We Need the Government to Do What?!

When TMR is not busy being a private lawyer, relishing sledge on a basketball court or tending to his fruit trees, he can be found cooking up culinary delights – such as his ridiculously tasty chicken and prawn curry laksa … Continue reading

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‘Progressive’ Policies Have Regressed Us Back to the 1950s

Alan Moran’s graph from yesterday (sourced via Michael Crawford) deserves another look: This graph perfectly illustrates what happens when governments diddle around in energy markets and increase subsidies to wind and solar energy in the name of ‘climate action’. In … Continue reading

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The Case Against the Carbon Tax

I have a piece in the Australian Financial Review on solar and carbon emission reduction measures. It balances the article on Monday by Connie Hedegaard the EU Commissioner for Climate Action (these people are so close to Greenpeace they are … Continue reading

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