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Want to Help the Poorest? Then It's Time to Ditch Wind Power

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The only reason that Western economies have entertained the infantile nonsense of wind power, is that the rich world can afford (at least in the short term) to throw $billions in subsidies at a wholly weather dependent “system”, that will never stump up as an “alternative”, unless your starting point is sitting freezing (or boiling) in the dark; and you’re happy with that as your status quo (see… 1,778 more words

Big Wind Industry

New Publication: Fuel poverty and energy efficiency schemes

24 April 2015

National Assembly for Wales Research Service

This guide outlines and signposts sources of funding and advice available to constituents who are in fuel poverty or wish to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. 17 more words

Environment

Brits Waking Up to the Insane Cost of its Wind Power Disaster

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Green targets ‘cost £214 a year': Report says rush for renewable energy has been ‘most expensive policy disaster in modern British history’
Jack Doyle… 772 more words

Big Wind Politics

£26m funding for fuel poverty - better late than never!

National Energy Action recently announced that they will be running a £26.2 million fund for fuel poverty action over the coming three years. This is great news, especially at a time when funding from energy suppliers through ECO has virtually disappeared and as Green Deal (which was not designed for the fuel poor) falters. 330 more words

Fuel Poverty

Tackling the Poverty Premium: combined solutions

Church Action on Poverty’s ‘Food, Fuel, Finance’ programme is looking for creative, grassroots ideas that can help people on low incomes to pay fair prices for everyday necessities.  777 more words

Partners And Allies

Plymouth co-operates to change its energy future

Marie-Claire Kidd, a writer for Co-operative News, reports that Plymouth’s energy future is changing.

In 2012 Plymouth’s co-operative city council established a Low Carbon City Team, which helped to identify the city’s potential for community energy solutions and forge partnerships. 427 more words

Co-operative Movement

Denying Power to the Poor: the Idolatry and Moral Bankruptcy of “Earth Hour”

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The so-called “Greens”, that have sought to overtake and destroy sensible energy policy around the Globe, are not just delusional, they’re dangerous.

Part of their perverse, human-hating ideology centres around demonizing electricity; and the only meaningful generation sources capable of providing it; ie, coal, gas, nuclear and hydro – yes, hydro – even though it’s safe as houses and doesn’t produce CO2 emissions, they hate that too, as part of their ‘ 1,377 more words

Big Wind Industry