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Renewable energy technologies simply won’t work; we need a fundamentally different approach.” – Top Google engineers

“We get a tax credit if we build a lot of wind farms. That’s the only reason to build them. They don’t make sense without the tax credit.” – Warren Buffett

“Suggesting that renewables will let us phase rapidly off fossil fuels in the United States, China, India, or the world as a whole is almost the equivalent of believing in the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy.” – James Hansen (The Godfather of global warming alarmism and former NASA climate chief)

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WESTERN climate change-theory-obsessed politicians continue their ruinous and costly obsession with wind and solar ‘energy’. UNreliable ‘power’ that repeatedly fails the environment, communities and economies wherever installed.

ENERGY poverty, blackouts, skyrocketing power bills, business and heavy industry closures, grid…

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11 thoughts on “UNRELIABLES UPDATE : Households Will Be Offered Cash To Switch Off Their Air Conditioners And Help Prevent Blackouts This Summer

  1. nottrampis says:

    Not in Australia,
    coal fired power stations are likely to be so unreliable we could have black outs and wind power here is almost the same cost as old coal. solar PV is cheaper.

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    1. Jim Rose says:

      Does wind and solar make a system more stable? Have blackouts increased recently

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  2. nottrampis says:

    no bit coal fired power is!!

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    1. Jim Rose says:

      How. Does daily output fluctuate for wind? Does solar work at night?

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      1. nottrampis says:

        Jim,

        blackouts occurred during very hot days ( and that is what AEMO is worried about. that is when solar is plentiful. Unfortunately for ignoramuses such as yourself that is when coal fired power plants are most vulnerable and break down like they did lat year and this year. This is why AEMO are very nervous. They aint worried about solar and wind.

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        1. Jim Rose says:

          does solar work at night?

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        2. nottrampis says:

          It doesn’t have to batteries and blackouts occurred during the day when demand is at its peak and when coal fired power stations are at their most unreliable

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        3. Jim Rose says:

          What happens when the batteries run out?

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        4. nottrampis says:

          They haven’t besides wind power is fine at night.

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        5. Jim Rose says:

          We were talking about solar.

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        6. nottrampis says:

          no we are talking about coal fired power station units breaking down on very hot days.

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