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Brilliant summary of case against Coalition energy policy

New Coalition targets for tackling climate change promise only a succession of own goals, says Andrew Turnbull (Cabinet Secretary 2002-2005) Daily Telegraph May 21


Wales in revolt over mammoth wind farm scheme

The Welsh Assembly's plans to install 800 giant wind turbines in mid-Wales make no economic sense, says Christopher Booker. SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 22 May 2011


Roger helmer MEP corrects Philip Hammond MP

 Wind power is bad economics, however you subsidise it

Below is some interesting communications between Roger Helmer (Conservative MEP), who spoke at and supported the launch meeting of ASWAR, with Philip Hammond MP, the Government's Transport Secretary.


Is shale gas the environmentalists miracle ?

Is shale gas the 'miracle' that all environmentalists have been waiting for?


"Windfarm Wars" Company comes to Churchover

BBC2 series follows 6 years of "Windfarm Wars" near Dartmoor by the McAlpine Group.


The interconnections of climate alarmists with taxpayer's money and the BBC

Lobbyists who cleared 'Climategate' academics funded by taxpayers and the BBC
A shadowy lobby group which pushes the case that global warming is a real threat is being funded by the taxpayer and assisted by the BBC.
By Jason Lewis, Investigations Editor, Sunday Telegraph - 24 April 2011


ASWAR replies to Peter Hoggett in the Rugby Advertiser

Lorne Smith, chairman of ASWAR replies to Peter Hoggert's letter in Rugby Advertiser (April 14) calling for facts about wind technology being flawed.


Will lights go out sooner than previously predicted?

New figures show the lights may go out sooner than we thought
Our coal-fired power stations are closer to extinction than predicted, and wind power stubbornly refuses to fill the gap, says Christopher Booker.
Sunday Telegraph   24 April 2011


Engineers dish wind in favour of nuclear

The voice of the Engineering profession 'Professional Engineering' magazine, have in April 2011 published the results of a survey of their membership.



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