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(Short video) Nigel Farage goes After the Biased Media AND Wind Energy

Click on the picture to watch this 5 minute video of Farage dressing down the media on their out-of-touch coverage of Brexit, politics and the Wind Industry.

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Climate Change explained in a way, even a child can understand it.

Click on the link to watch video of Professor Ian Plimer explaining Climate Change to the U.K. government.  He is the author of Heaven and Earth, Global Warming: The Missing Science Youtube link:  Climate Change Explained by Geologist

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UK: Green Energy Subsidies Spiralling Out Of Control

Tim Ross, Senior Political Correspondent — The Telegraph — July 4, 2015 Customers face paying £1.5billion more through their bills to subsidise wind farms, solar panels and biomas plants The cost of subsidising new wind farms is spiralling out of control, government sources have privately warned. Officials admitted that so-called “green” energy schemes will require […]

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UK: Noisy wind farms face ban as ministers launch review into ‘annoying’ sound levels

(While this article MAY sound encouraging, it’s the comments UNDER the article which are enlightening.  For the first time ever, I’m posting the comments to the article as well, because it seems like the British are no more convinced by these ‘studies’ than anyone else around the world is. — DQ)   Emily Gosden, Energy […]

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GERMANY TO ABANDON STRICT ‘2020’ CLIMATE CHANGE TARGETS

Donna Rachel Edmunds — Breitbart London — November 17, 2014 Germany’s Vice Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, has indicated that the country will abandon its commitment to reducing CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2020, from a 1990 base level. In doing so he has won the ongoing clash with his own environmental minister Barbara Hendricks over […]

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Sweden: Offshore Wind Turbines to be Decommissioned After Only 13 Years “Cheapest Option”

SWEDEN: Vattenfall has decided to dismantle the 10MW Yttre Stengrund, its first Swedish offshore wind project, after 13 years of operation. David Weston – WindPower Offshore – September 19, 2014 Vattenfall made the decision to decommission the project due to the high cost of replacing turbines and cables. Yttre Stengrund used five 2MW NEG Micon turbines […]

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Spain’s Green Energy Experiment

The Institute for Energy Research — August 27, 2014 The IER released today a case study on Spain’s failed green energy policies. This is the second entry in a series of case studies on Europe’s green energy disaster (click here to read IER’s case study on Germany). For years, President Obama has pointed to Europe’s […]

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Environmentalism – Why Green Isn’t Always Good

Thanks to one of our followers, S. Stevenson for this video.

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UK: Green Energy Cost Hits Record High as Expensive Turbines Built at Sea

Annual bill for consumers to subsidise renewable technologies has soared to more than £2.5bn as more plants are built and the cost for each unit of electricity rises Emily Gosden — The Telegraph — June 28, 2014 The cost of generating green electricity has hit a record high as subsidies are handed to expensive offshore […]

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Explosive Letter From UNESCO Warns Dorset Wind Farm Could Compromise World Heritage Status

Proposed wind farm would place 194 turbines off the Jurassic Coast Letter warns turbines will obscure view of the Isle of Wight UNESCO review found project would have a ‘significant impact’ on the site UNESCO has warned that plans for a wind farm of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast could compromise its status as a World Heritage […]

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Dublin: 4,000 protest against Government wind energy policy

First reports out of Ireland are saying that up to 5,000 protestors marched in the streets of Dublin to protest the government’s wind and energy policies.  Well done Ireland!!!  We were with you in spirit! — DQ 4,000 protest against Government wind & energy policy The march, which is began at the Garden of Remembrance, […]

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Ireland: Plans for 1,000 wind turbines to provide power for Britain have been axed

Independent (Ireland) — April 13, 2014 ENERGY Minister Pat Rabbitte has confirmed that plans for up to 1,000 wind turbines – which were to harness power for export to Britain – have been axed. The controversial windfarm had been planned for the Midlands. The decision not to proceed will not affect proposals to build new […]

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UK couple’s idyllic home ‘ruined’ after becoming sandwiched between two wind turbines

Exeter Express and Echo — March 29, 2014 A couple living in an idyllic part of Devon say their enjoyment of the countryside has been “ruined” after they became sandwiched between two wind turbines. Following the installation of a second 130ft (40m) turbine at a farm 310m away, Gareth and Pam Down, can now see […]

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Germans Fight Against the Wind Turbine Craze

(Thanks to the German site “Gegen Schiessanlage Wünsdorf” for this article.  Translated using Google Translator so my apologies if it’s not word-for-word accurate and hopefully it can be understood. Check out the last two paragraphs and file those under “Lies my German Wind Industry told us” — DQ) Daniel Wetzel — Die Welt — March […]

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Great article out of Germany: In Ontario it’s the cost of a Tim’s. In Germany it’s a scoop of ice cream.

From Spiegel Online, this article has been Google translated, so it may not be 100% accurate.  I’ve tried to adjust the grammar where I could.  You will get the general idea though.  If anyone can do a better translation for me, please let me know and I’ll make the corrections.  Funny how even with the […]

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