South Australia – a Renewable State?

Guest essay by Paul Miskelly and Tom Quirk With $90 billion spent on batteries and 4,000 MW of more wind farms, South Australia could be a totally renewable state, at least for electricity. South Australia along with one or two other states has been described by Al Gore as the canary in the coal mine…

Science deniers in the wind industry

The human health consequences of manipulated measurements Guest essay by Helen Schwiesow Parker, PhD, LCP Like the tobacco industry before it, the wind industry has spent decades vehemently denying known harmful consequences associated with its product, while promoting its fraudulent feel-good image. Dismissing or denying the serious health impacts of industrial-scale wind turbines is wishful…

Renewable Energy would be Great – if it Worked

Guest essay by Eric Worrall One of the great myths promoted by renewables proponents is that government subsidies are not the enablers of renewables, they are simply accelerating a transition which would occur anyway, even without taxpayer help. Trump: Ugly for world, ugly for climate, ugly for clean energy … Nevertheless, it doesn’t look good.…

Greens Concerned Vast Federal Land Clearances for Renewable Energy Projects Might Harm Nature

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Some green groups finally seem to be expressing concern that colossal renewable infrastructure projects on federal land, clearing, poisoning and paving over millions of acres of federally protected wilderness, for solar farms and wind projects, might harm the natural environment. Government’s Push for Solar Power on Federal Lands Stirs Concerns…