fuel poverty

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These items caught my eye – 24 December 2014

Grumpy wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 1: Interesting Post at RealClimate about Modeled Absolute Global Surface Temperatures; 2: UK: Seniors and Many Families with Children are Too Poor to Heat Their Homes Thanks to Skyrocketing Energy Bills; 3: Ed Hoskins: Temperature reduction outcomes from de-carbonisation; 4: Ocean pH … Continue reading

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Another well-crafted article by Tony from Oz

Another well-crafted article by Tony from Oz. Here, he works out the sums to provide the the bottom line for Power Plant Comparison – Coal-Fired Versus Wind. Read more. . .

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Help Launch Climate Skeptic Film Project: 50 to 1

Time to take them on using their own tactics and give them a Stern talking to. I encourage everyone to have a look at this and chip in a few shekels. We need a balanced overview of the costs involved and why the mitigation arguments have to be addressed for all our sakes. Watts Up … Continue reading

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A new link added to the blogrolls – MasterResource

MasterResource is a blog dedicated to analysis and commentary about energy markets and public policy. Precisely because energy is the lifeblood of the modern economy – the “master resource” that affects the production and use of all other resources – energy markets are often thought of as “different” and thus deserving of special political direction. … Continue reading

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A new link added to the blogrolls.

A new link added to the blogrolls. The GOLDEN RULE – Standing Up for Truth and Justice- In a violent and oppressive world where lies and injustices prevail. Read more

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