IS there any reason why Irish citizens should be paying for renewable energy contracts, which were awarded without proper authority or planning permissions, which were granted in a manner which was not legally compliant? According to Pat Sword the … [Read more...] about Legal Challenge to Mandated Renewable Energy in the EU
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The UK government on Tuesday backed the exploration of shale gas nearly one year after it temporarily banned the drilling method which triggered two earthquakes in Britain but that has also revolutionised the U.S. energy market. An expert report … [Read more...] about Britain Gives Shale Gas Fracking Green Light: Benny Peiser
Coal not candles should be the symbol of Earth Hour. It was coal that produced clean electric power which cleared the smog produced by dirty combustion and open fires in big cities like London and Pittsburgh. Much of the third … [Read more...] about Time to Celebrate Coal not Candles: Viv Forbes
Peter Lang sent a complaint to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) about last night’s 7:30 Report on solar power. Here is a slightly reworded versions with hyperlinks added: “The ABC 7:30 report has improved greatly since Leigh Sales … [Read more...] about Unbalanced Reporting on Solar Power: Peter Lang
Hi Jennifer. Following is a request for help! Tonyfromoz kindly did an excellent article titled Wind Power Australia – The Musselroe Wind Farm Travesty in … [Read more...] about The Musselroe Wind Farm Travesty: Keith H.
OLD style windmills dot the Australian rural landscape. They were once critical for pump watering from bores, creeks and dams to tanks to water sheep and cattle. Wind turbines are a variation on the old theme. There are apparently 3,421 wind … [Read more...] about Wind farms are useless, says Duke of Edinburgh