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49. Wind turbines can't cope with UK weather as 3 more blown to pieces | Mail Online
Huge turbine blades flew off three structures including one on the aptly-named Windmill Lane in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083149/Wind-turbines-cope-UK-weather-3-blown-pieces.html - 120KB - 06 Jan 2012
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50. Wind industry big lies no. 2: your property values will not be affected… – Telegraph...
"….And there’s no direct evidence that they affect house prices, in fact the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors says they don’t…."This is a quote – a genuine quote: not one devised by his enemies to satirise the outrageous absurdity of the wind industry's specious claims – from Maf Smith, Deputy Chief of the wind industry propaganda arm RenewableUK.I suppose how far it qualifies as a lie depends on how you construe that weasel phrase "direct evidence." Evidence of one kind or another there certainly is aplenty. Here, for example, is a sad letter I received from a gentleman in Northamptonshire. (I've redacted some details because he doesn't want his case jeopardised).
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100181851/wind-industry-big-lies-no-2-your-property-values-will-not-be-affected/ - 64KB - 25 Sep 2012
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51. Beware of "Smart Meters" | Roger Helmer MEP
Pretty soon you’ll be offered a “smart meter”, with all sorts of sales talk about the benefits and savings it will deliver. But smart meters may not be all good news. The Mail on Sunday has an interesting article pointing out that there are serious flaws in their design, and that many problems have not been resolved with these expensive systems.There’s a happy, smiley marketing campaign which advises consumers of the benefits of the system — “helping the consumer” to understand how to reduce electricity use and therefore lower bills, and so on. But they don’t discuss the risks: the wireless system may not be robust; it may be vulnerable to malicious hacking; the programme nationally will cost £11bn; and it indeed may change the way consumers are billed — but not in the way the energy companies and government are selling the idea.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/beware-of-smart-meters/ - 152KB - 24 Jul 2014
Excerpt: our lives according to when the wind blows no thank you to me a smart...
52. Founding father of the green movement battles plans to erect wind turbine in his village | Mail...
Professor James Lovelock, famous for predicting the devastating cojsequences of global warming is fighting plans for a 275ft wind turbine near his home in Broadwoodwidger, Devon.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2273651/Founding-father-green-movement-battles-plans-erect-wind-turbine-village.html - 206KB - 05 Feb 2013
Excerpt: movement battles plans to erect wind turbine in his village professor...
53. Middle class families are turning to crime by getting specialist gangs to tamper with their gas & electricity supplies to beat soaring costs
As prices rise, more people are stealing power, either by tampering with their own meters, pictured, or by paying criminal gangs to dig down and divert free supplies to them, according to a new report.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2542487/Energy-theft.html - 318KB - 20 Jan 2014
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54. Why does Ed Davey want to keep us in the dark? - Telegraph
The Energy and Climate Change Secretary is trying to hoodwink us over the value of wind farms
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/windpower/10789454/Why-does-Ed-Davey-want-to-keep-us-in-the-dark.html - 69KB - 28 Apr 2014
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55. Wind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wikipedia (en) Wikipedia RSS Feed Wikipedia Atom Feed Wind From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses, see Wind...
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wind - 341KB - 26 Mar 2010
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56. Wind farms are being paid millions to switch OFF their turbines as they generate too much electricity
Every day we're urged to be more and more energy conscious.But it has been revealed that wind farms were paid £8.7 million to switch off last month because there wasn't enough demand for the energy they generated.And the National Grid has been making the 'constraint payments' for years, with £32 million paid in the last year to keep the turbines powered down.According to the Renewable Energy Foundation (REF), the 'largest monthly amount paid for wind farms not to generate (£8.7 million)' was in March of this year.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2595902/Wind-farms-paid-millions-switch-OFF-turbines-generate-electricity.html - 257KB - 03 Apr 2014
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57. Wind Industry propaganda meeting | Roger Helmer MEP
We managed to slip a mole, UKIP staffer Michael Jose, into a Wind Industry meeting in London last week, where they discussed ways to counter the anti-wind movement. Fascinating stuff.Wind farm espionage – by Michael JoseWell, not quite me playing spy, or actually on the wind farm – more of a nameless super-sleuth mole, sent for a day with camera and notebook to the conference recently held in London among the top marketing and PR people for Europe’s leading wind power companies. Some big names were there, including Siemens, Vattenfall, and SSE, and various less well known. Two senior journalists, one from The Times and one from The Guardian, gave feedback to the assembled ‘public face’ of the wind power industry to comment on their media-handling and interfacing performance with the established broadsheets.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/wind-industry-propaganda-meeting/ - 85KB - 22 Jul 2012
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58. Hollywood fracks up – Telegraph Blogs
Matt Damon's new film Promised Land sounds really promising.It's about a cynical young man sent by a large wind farm company to a lovely village in rural Pennsylvania to seduce the locals with tales of the massive sums of money they'll make if they sign a deal to have huge wind turbines built on their farmland.Dollar signs flash in the greedy hicks' eyes. This wind farm scam is crazy: no way would they have made that much money in their entire lives from just farming. Every one rushes to Damon: "Where do I sign?"But Damon has begun falling in love with a local farm girl who tells him the truth about wind farms: that they're ugly, that they kill birds and bats, that they ravage the countryside, blight views, divide communities and make people sick with their Low Frequency Noise.So instead of bribing locals to have these bat-chomping bird-slicing eco-crucifixes erected in their village, Damon leads the fight back. NO MORE WIND FARMS!f only. But the sad truth is that this lame-assed, eco-propaganda movie has nothing whatsoever to do with the genuine threat of wind farms but with the almost wholly imaginary one of fracking. Fracking has been a godsend to the US economy, blessing it with clean, cheap, abundant energy which has enriched those states lucky enough to have big shale gas reserves, created jobs and increased America's energy security by reducing its reliance on imported gas from unstable countries.What's not to like about shale gas?Well indeed. And this is proving something of a problem for America's showbiz bleeding hearts.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100182709/hollywood-fracks-up/ - 59KB - 27 Sep 2012
Excerpt: a cynical young man sent by a large wind farm company to a lovely village in...
59. Wind Industry Big Lies no 1: fossil fuels are more 'subsidised' than renewables –...
Is Labour MP Barry Gardiner vilely dishonest or just incredibly stupid? Personally – since he appears to be a litigious sort of fellow – I'm plumping for the latter. That's why, I think it's quite possible that when he was at his public school Haileybury his nickname was "Dork Brain." (Though I have no more evidence for this than Gardiner does for most of his hysterical views on climate change)But I leave you to draw your own conclusions after his recent claim, in an interview with Energy Live news, that the Coalition is favouring fossil fuel energy over wind energy through generous subsidies. (H/T Bishop Hill)
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100181147/wind-industry-big-lies-no-1-fossil-fuels-are-more-subsidised-than-renewables/ - 63KB - 25 Sep 2012
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60. Where is the wind? Six per cent drop in power from UK wind farms after lowest wind speeds this...
Onshore wind produced 1.9 per cent of all electricity in 2010 compared with 2 per cent the year before, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) said.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2010156/Where-wind-Six-cent-drop-power-UK-wind-farms-lowest-wind-speeds-CENTURY.html - 113KB - 01 Jul 2011
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61. Wind farms to increase energy bills by £178 a year - Telegraph
Energy bills are poised to rise by up to £178 a year under a deal struck between George Osborne and the Liberal Democrats to pay for a series of wind farms and nuclear power stations.Under the biggest reforms to the energy market in decades, households and businesses will have to pay £7.6billion a year towards the cost of building “greener” power stations by 2020.This is three times the current level of £2.35 billion per year, as bill-payers are forced to remunerate companies for several new nuclear plants, thousands of wind turbines and potentially “green” fossil fuel stations.Energy bills have more than doubled since 2004 to more than £1,300 a year per household, largely due to rising gas prices.Bills will go up over the next two decades by an estimated £178 a year under all the Government’s green and fuel poverty policies, with the contribution to nuclear and renewables making up £95 by 2020.Green policies have also added to the increasing costs of gas and electricity.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/9697609/Wind-farms-to-increase-energy-bills-by-178-a-year.html - 66KB - 23 Nov 2012
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62. Dragon fails to declare an interest | Roger Helmer MEP
Deborah Meaden, it seems, is a dragon on Dragon’s Den, a programme I know by reputation but have never watched. I thought it was offensive, by the way, to describe a lady as “a dragon” (remember those green windscreen sun-shades marked “George” and “Dragon”?). But she refers to herself as a dragon, so presumably I can do so too.She has recently been sending out an e-mail on behalf of “Friends of the Earth”, calling on recipients to write to Ed Davey (described as “Minister for Energy and Climate Change”, following the unlamented Chris Huhne), calling for more renewable energy.In it, she says: “I’m supporting Friends of the Earth’s Clean British Energy campaign because gas, coal and nuclear are the technologies of the past. We can’t afford not to switch the UK to home-grown clean power. The Government’s upcoming energy bill is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to revolutionise the way we produce electricity in this country”.Let’s think this through. Gas, coal and nuclear are energies of the past? When the USA is enjoying a new industrial revolution based on cheap, indigenous shale-gas? And shale gas has been discovered in commercial quantities in the UK? Has she noticed that wind power is the energy of the ninth century (according to Wikipedia)? How’s that for “the energy of the past”? She should read some history, and try to get a sense of perspective.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/05/06/dragon-fails-to-declare-an-interest/ - 69KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: in the uk a has she noticed that wind power is the energy of the ninth...
63. Global Warming Activists Don't Like It When You Follow The Money | The Daily Caller
Environmentalists like to claim skeptics are making money off hampering global warming regulations, but those same activists are making a lot of money promoting global warming alarmism.A recent video from The Guardian claims that there is little money or power to be gained from environmental activism. The money behind activism pales in comparison to those of their fossil fuel-financed opposition, according to the video. The video even claims that “most of the money in solar and wind power comes from savings to the consumer.”In the case of Al Gore, prominently featured in the video, the former vice president has levied his global warming activism from a net worth of $700,000 in 2000 into an estimated net worth of $172.5 million by 2015. He’s not alone in his financial endeavor.
URL: http://dailycaller.com/2015/11/03/global-warming-activists-dont-like-when-someone-follows-the-money/ - 75KB - 04 Nov 2015
Excerpt: 8220 most of the money in solar and wind power comes from savings to the...
64. 2015: The year the lights go out | Roger Helmer MEP
I’ve been saying for some time that unless we get on and build more mainstream base-load generating capacity — ideally coal and nuclear — then we can expect the lights to go out around 2015. We can expect rolling black-outs and power cuts. Remember the three-day-week? I’ve warned that the government is kidding itself if it imagines that its “dash for wind” will deliver enough power, in time, to make up the shortfall. We’re now facing two additional problems: the EU’s Large Combustion Plant Directive, which will require the closure of several large coal-fired power stations by 2015. And the fact that nuclear power plants certainly can’t be built and commissioned by 2015, and it’s touch-and-go for coal. As a result, faute de mieux, we may be forced to build new gas-fired power stations instead, which are probably the only technology we can get up in the timescale. This is very much less than ideal — today’s press carries stories about a spat between GazProm and Ukraine posing a threat to European gas supplies — but beggars can’t be choosers.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2008/12/23/2015-the-year-the-lights-go-out/ - 58KB - 22 Jun 2012
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