Archive | November 18, 2012

Bryan Ferry warns wind farms ‘scarring’ British countryside

Bryan Ferry, the British rock star, has hit out at wind farms that are spoiling Britain’s countryside, warning that “enough is enough”. The Telegraph — November 18, 2012 In an outspoken attack, the 67 year-old, said he was left angry at the “scarring” of “breathtaking” views after he took a flight over Yorkshire. “I absolutely […]

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Europe — Green energy producers cheating with coal

Die Tageszeitung — November 16, 2012 “Green energy providers wants to make coal,” leadsTageszeitung, punning on the German word for “coal”, which also means “money”. The Berlin daily, always fretting about environmental issues, reveals that the three biggest renewable electricity distributors in Germany – Lichtblick, Greenpeace Energy and Naturstrom – may soon be going for coal. […]

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Germany Invests Heavily In Alternative Energy Production

Germany’s Massive Renewable Energy System Puts Out Only 7% Of It’s Rated Capacity in November!

P. Gosselin — No Tricks Zone — November 16, 2012 Germany has spent money on renewable energy, like wind and solar power, like few others in the world. So far the country has invested hundreds of billions. How’s the return on investment? Pretty lousy, especially this November. The European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) […]

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The Myth of Denmark as a Corruption-free Country

Hat tip to Central Bruce Wind Peter Rardam — The Copenhagen Post — November 16, 2012 It’s a widely held conception that Denmark is one of the world’s least corrupt countries. The message is always warmly received, but this isn’t the same as saying that Denmark is free of corruption. I’m not qualified to speak about […]

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