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Czechia and Poland Give Germany the Shifts

Tallbloke reports Germany’s renewables revolution destabilises neighbours’ electrical grid  This has been going on for a while but is probably getting worse. The Poles and Czechs are now setting their phase-shifters to ‘stun’. 😉 H/T GWPF Germany’s excess power spills … Continue reading

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A Winter of Discontent

Deutsche Welle has an article that asks What happens with German renewables in the dead of winter? I note that the article avoids including graphics from Agora-Energiewende that illustrate the folly of the Energiewende; but DW includes the absurd declaration … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap

There are attempts to pull the wool over the public’s eyes regarding the “success” of Germany’s Energiewende. Some loudly proclaiming nonsense that leads others to believe that “Germany gets most of its electricity from wind and solar power”. Here is … Continue reading

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Nedlands Mayor Promotes Environmental Damage and Subsidies for the Wealthy

A council in Perth’s dress circle has triggered an animated debate with an unprecedented decision to compel home owners to install solar panels or wind-power generation. Continue reading

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Quarter of a Century of Packaged Pollution

Thinking PV Solar? Do you want my electricity price to rise while you save on yours? Do you want to do a quarter of a century’s pollution by the end of the month?

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Nils-Axel Morner: An Unbelievable Decision

Originally posted on Tallbloke's Talkshop:
An Unbelievable Decision Nils-Axel MÖRNER Handling editor of the Special Issue of PRP The idea that the planetary motions affect and control the solar variability is old, but in the stage of an unproven…

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Field Testing Superconductive Photo-Voltaics

I spotted some stealth research in superconductive photovoltaics taking place in Michigan. This picture shows a research assistant clearing the insulating snow from the panels to allow the photo-voltaic cells to cool more rapidly and to become super-conductive in a … Continue reading

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