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The Cost Of Green Energy Topples The Government In Bulgaria

Tory Aardvark — March 29, 2013 There is a lesson to learned from events last month in Europe’s poorest country, Bulgaria, well actually there are 2 lessons to be learned, both unfortunately need to be learned by politicians in the rest of Europe, or the world when it comes to it. The first lesson is […]

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Wind power is all about subsidies not green energy

Letter to Editor — EMC Belleville — March 28, 2013 I would like to provide an explanation to those of you who question the anti-wind turbine opposition movement in Ontario. Having been involved in the fight to stop around 37 industrial wind turbines (each 156 meters/515 feet high) on Amherst Island, west of Kingston, for […]

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As freezing Britain faces a grave energy crisis, ministers unveil more green gimmicks and eco taxes.

Christopher Booker — Daily Mail.com — March 27, 2013 With much of Britain still freezing under a layer of snow, the timing of the action plan set out yesterday by Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, could not have been more immaculate. He wanted to tell us just how committed his […]

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Winds of Change Pt. 1 — Green Energy backlash

CKWS tv — March 26, 2013 GREEN ENERGY PROJECTS ARE TAKING ROOT ACROSS OUR REGION.  BUT THEY DON’T COME WITHOUT CONTROVERSY.  UNHAPPY RESIDENTS IN SEVERAL AREAS ARE OPPOSING WIND TURBINES, YET MANY PROJECTS ARE GOING AHEAD ANYWAY. IN THE FIRST OF HER TWO PART SERIES, “WINDS OF CHANGE”, NEWSWATCH’S HEATHER BUTTS HAS EXPERTS WEIGH-IN ON TURBINE BACKLASH. Click here to […]

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Green energy: The Big Rip-off of the taxpayers

Beaufort Observer — March 23, 2013 If you ever wonder why we are so skeptical of the claims of the “green energy” fanatics, read these stories: Apple: Powering our facilities with clean, renewable energy.  Apple’s Fuel Cell Project Presents Conflict of Interest for Al Gore  Al Gore & Duke Energy: Marriage Made in Regulation Hell  […]

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The Great Green Con no. 1: The hard proof that finally shows global warming forecasts that are costing you billions were WRONG all along

David Rose — Daily Mail — March 16, 2013 No, the world ISN’T getting warmer (as you may have noticed). Now we reveal the official data that’s making scientists suddenly change their minds about climate doom. So will eco-funded MPs stop waging a green crusade with your money? Well… what do YOU think? The Mail […]

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UK — The green energy mirage will cost the earth

Britain is committed to unsustainable carbon targets only because our politicians duped us Robert Darwell — The Telegraph — March 18, 2013 In 1988, the year global warming made its entrance into politics, Margaret Thatcher declared that mankind had unwittingly been carrying out a massive experiment with the planet, in which the burning of fossil […]

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James Delingpole — When will this green madness cease?

James Delingpole — The Telegraph — March 15, 2013 When is a bird not a bird? When it’s one of the millions of avian species splattered, decapitated, clunked, winged, brained or otherwise condemned to death by a wind turbine. Mysteriously, in the eyes of environmentalists – and bird conservation bodies such as the Audubon Society […]

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Slaying the Green Energy Dragon

From Taxpayer.com — March 14, 2013 Kevin O’Leary knows a good deal when he sees one. The lead investor on both popular TV shows, Canada’s Dragon’s Den and the US-equivalent Shark Tank, is no-nonsense when it comes to money-losing ventures and bad business ideas. His reaction to a request for him to invest in green […]

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Germany’s renewable energy program at a “chaotic standstill”. A Cautionary Tale for World Leaders.

Howard Rich — Forbes — March 14, 2013 There’s nothing wrong with expanding renewable energy sources. The more choices available in this (or any) marketplace the better consumers will be served – both from a price and a quality standpoint. However serious problems are caused when government starts using taxpayer resources to subsidize or incentivize […]

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The Green Energy mirage will cost the earth

Rupert Darwall — The Telegraph – March 5, 2013 In 1988, the year global warming made its entrance into politics, Margaret Thatcher declared that mankind had unwittingly been carrying out a massive experiment with the planet, in which the burning of fossil fuels would produce greenhouse gases, leading to higher global temperatures. The results of […]

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California’s “Green Energy” Completely Fails to Power State

Leslie Eastman — Legal Insurrection — March 4, 2013 Back in the early 2000′s, the Enron scandal lead to California’s rolling blackouts.  As a result, as an environmental health and safety specialist, I began including information on handing power outages into company safety manuals. Now, thanks to “Green Energy”, it looks like I am going to […]

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Sierra Club’s hypocrisy shines bright

A New Jersey grass-roots revolt on green energy Paul Mulshine — The Star Ledger — February 24, 2013 I guess that’s why they call themselves the Sierra Club and not the Somerset Hills Club. That environmental group founded in California clearly doesn’t give a damn about the environment in New Jersey. That’s what I concluded […]

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British Media Declare All-Out War On Green Energy Lobby

Green Obsession Puts Millions of Families At Risk of Power Cuts, Fuel Poverty Dr. Benny Pelser — Canada Free Press — February 24, 2013 ONE million homes narrowly escaped a power cut last month as bitterly cold weather placed a massive strain on Britain’s creaking electricity network. Shutdown was only avoided because a gas-fired station due to close by […]

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Green Energy Blues — Premier Kathleen Wynne inherits Dalton McGuinty’s mess

Lorrie Goldstein – Toronto Sun — February 23, 2013 TORONTO – In her inaugural Throne Speech Tuesday, Premier Kathleen Wynne said it’s important that “local populations are involved from the beginning if there is going to be a gas plant … or a wind plant … in their hometown.” This raises an obvious question. Did Wynne ever […]

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