From the NoTricksZone By P Gosselin Germany’s “Blackout News” reports the destructive consequences of Germany’s soaring energy prices and unstable power supply. Chart: BDEW German electricity 3 times more expensive Firstly Blackout News reports how…
The success of the Energiewende on full display.
As Germany confronts its energy challenges, one can only hope that it serves as a lesson for other nations to prioritize pragmatism over popular but misguided narratives.
But the worst is yet to come as gas imports are restricted and coal power plants are shutting down – all during a time when the demand for electricity is…
They are destroying their economy, and have almost nothing to show for two decades and hundreds of billions of dollars invested in the useless wind and solar farms.
“We’re already observing that investment into energy-intensive industries has fallen significantly in Germany,
Germany’s $1 trillion energy challenge serves as a stark reminder of the consequences that poor planning can have on a nation’s energy future.
More wind parks means less wind, which means less precipitation, which in turn means more drought and warmer temperatures.
More than 1 trillion euros for a statistically insignificant climate benefit
Green energies no longer have the support of Germans due to high costs and technical limitations.
Heat pumps that run on electricity at 5 times U.S. prices, and then don’t keep you warm on the coldest days of the winter. That’s the green idea of an…
Am I the only one to feel insulted by the BBC, Committee on Climate Change , Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and the rest of the green mafia, who constantly tell us that…
The traditional bakery has been baking since the 16th century – now it has to close down,
The way things are going now, the grid probably will crash very soon, and so the government will have to come out of its green energy wet dream sooner than…
The economic damage resulting from a major blackout would be crippling. Chaos would ensue for weeks or months.
The Green New Deal in Europe is quickly turning into a House of Horrors
Germany’s massive, subsidized expansion of electricity generation from renewable sources has squeezed out conventional generation units out of the market. Two experts warn of growing grid instability.
Essay by Eric Worrall German landlords can now turn down living area thermostats without tenants permission, thanks to Germany’s failed Energiewende programme, and Germany’s complete failure to plan for contingencies.…
Is there any deeper thinking behind this than just that wind and solar are “clean” so we should build more of them?
Personally, I called a local firewood dealer earlier in the week. They told me they have none left and that they could put me down on a waiting list.
It’s about 5.6 million jobs affected by the lack of natural gas. It is not about taking shorter showers.
A prolonged period of unfavorable weather (calm and overcast) could cause a serious energy crunch to hit one or both of Germany or the UK as soon as this winter.…
Germany’s renewable policy inspired energy insecurity has reached crisis levels, with Germany’s Vice Chancellor warning of “Lehman like” economic contagion if energy prices rise any further.
Leading German economist Hans Werner Sinn sees 6 major problems with Europe’s green energy transition (Energiewende) and warns other nations against following the German energy model.