Subsidised into existence, intermittent wind and solar now pose existential threats to Australia’s once reliable power supply, this summer and beyond.
No industrialised country has ever run itself on sunshine and breezes; no country serious about maintaining first world living standards, ever will.
So just how Australia’s energy boffins still cling to the notion that wind and solar are meaningful parts of the so-called ‘energy mix’, remains a mystery.
Ross Fitzgerald attempts to unravel that mystery in a pertinent and timely article below.
Don’t Leave Us in the Dark, Mr Morrison
19 September 2019
Just now, the Morrison government still seems secure. Its narrow but decisive win has shattered an opposition that had thought it was coasting to victory. The Labor Party is about to begin a civil war between green-left ideologues and old-fashioned pragmatists…
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