Blackouts have hit Victoria and warnings have been issued for other states because of a lack of base load power across Australia. WHY? Because our state and federal governments refuse to build coal fired power stations! We aren’t even at 28% renewable energy levels and yet our electricity grid is failing on hot and cold […]
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As you’re all aware, I’ve called for a Senate Inquiry into solar panels here in Australia. You can read the press release I put up this morning. I’ve been out inspecting what will be the largest solar installation in the world, established by what appears to be the Chinese Government and approved on prime agricultural […]
At a time when power outages are being forecasted due to insufficient dispatchable power in some states this summer, the NSW Liddell Power Station is set for closure by 2022. I’m sorry, but renewable energy doesn’t supply our nation with the necessary power requirements and until it does, I’m sticking with coal-fired power stations. I’ve […]
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No stranger to red dust, Pauline Hanson has hit the regions again in an impromptu tour of regional Queensland. Making her way to Capricornia, inland and north from there, Pauline has yet again hit the towns that most politicians can’t be bothered to spend the time at. Her first stop was to Yeppoon, the beachside […]
This week the ACCC released its Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry report, confirming power prices are far too high and slamming the failures of past Government’s regulation of power prices. In response, Bill Shorten accused others of, “trying to use the report’s recommendations to placate the ‘knuckle-draggers of the cave-dwelling right of the Liberal Party’ with […]
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