Here in Australia the two major parties (Coalition & Labor) are pretty much alike when it comes to this scam of climate change. Today, in 2020 we have supposedly conservative governments in the Federal and the state of New South Wales. In 2019 the Federal government basically won the election due to the climate change scare of the Labor Party. The PM even took a piece of coal into Parliament to make a positive point for fossil fuels. The voters saw the Labor party’s love with renewables as a disaster for the nation and the Coalition won by a landslide.
Well, were we the voters dumb. Here’s why. The ‘NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean has championed the state’s $2 billion energy deal with the Commonwealth as a “massive green deal”, which marked a new consensus within the Coalition on tackling climate change.’ https://www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/massive-green-deal-nsw-environment-minister-spruiks-2-billion-energy-package-20200131-p53wgg.html
That $2 billion is now ‘…the landmark $3 billion energy deal struck with the federal government.’ https://www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/environment-minister-matt-kean-poaches-deputy-premier-s-ex-chief-of-staff-20200130-p53w5b.html
When governments get too big for their britches they think they can spend tax dollars anyway they wish. It doesn’t matter what the people who pay for this think, they the government also known as public servants, know best.
Common sense tells us solar only works when the sun shines. Wind turbines only produce when the wind blows. Duh!
What rational mind would even think of doing what these climate change religionists do? For instance in Scotland ‘Sutherland windfarm operators paid a total of £63m to turn off turbines‘. https://stopthesethings.com/2020/07/14/worlds-biggest-scams-scotlands-wind-farms-paid-650000000-to-not-produce-power/
If any of my readers live in Australia contact your local state member and Federal member and let them know your thoughts on this renewable obsession. It will not be too many years and the energy grid will not be able to supply the needed energy.