18.07.19. Oh yes! Malcolm Turnbull was going huff and puff the house of electricity supply into giving the consumer a fair go. Each in turn grovelled before the mighty sentinel of power pledging reform. And as the Waffler closed the door the executives were laying on the floor wetting themselves with laughter. Their public response—a price rise!
A new rule has just come into play and that too is imaginary price cutting as experts troll the machinations of sleight-of-hand with the invisible commodity that blows in the wind—sometimes—costly renewables—carpetbagger suppliers—greenhouse taxes, etc. But the net result is always up—the consumer!
In a sign of rising pressure on power generation, the Federal Government’s chief energy advisor is urging rule changes to allow large commercial and industrial users to easily reduce their demand in peak periods and sell it back into the grid. More
17.07.19. Queenslanders should rightly be annoyed by their government that dithered for a decade making every excuse in the world to halt Adani from opening the Carmichael mine. Upon discovery that voters were vehemently against the Labor Government’s decision there was an immediate backflip and the go ahead was announced.
Considering the old adage that, “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” double trouble when two are scorned, a large degree of “bitchiness” appears to be in play? As this article may indicate—let’s get Adani?
On the other hand, there are new claims that Adani may have pushed CSIRO for a report.
The Queensland Government is prosecuting mining giant Adani for allegedly providing false and misleading information to the Environment Department over land clearing at the site of its proposed Carmichael mine. The ABC understands the charge under the Environmental Protection Act carries a fine that runs into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. More