Wednesday, 7 November 2012


This article by UKIP MEP, Roger Helmer, looks at the current supplies and reserves of fossil fuels and finds that far from running out, there are ample supplies for the foreseeable future, which means that they are not likely to rocket in price, thus making renewables appear to be comparable.  On the contrary it is the renewables which are going to be the costly option, but will our political leaders have the good sense to change course?

Here is another well-argued article by Ruth Lea who looks at why the UK needs to stop building wind farms and concentrate on gas.

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