With our target set on CO2 reduction, India and China are building fossil fueled power stations at the rate of one a day. They have little choice as this headline outlines. Chris Booker has recently returned from India and finds things at home more confused than ever. He is still smarting from the carbon taxes (Advanced Passenger Duty) which accounted for some 65% of the cost of his ticket! As each month goes by the Government’s failure to tackle the energy situation becomes more critical. Simple answer is to extend the life of our fossil fueled generating stations, ditch wind which is eating up necessary finance and plan a new energy policy based on good engineering practice and common sense. Not much of that within the Palace of Westminster and Follyrood. The second article relates as much to those affected by wind farms, the rural dwellers, and I have left it in. Also of note is the Nobel Prize award is not the first time that the Norwegians have brought this award into disrepute. Gore and Paucholi were awarded it for their AGW lies and deceipts and Obama was given it for being the first black President, before he actually did anything! I suspect Nobel, were he alive, would put some of his creations under the lot of them. BANG!!!
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