Wall Street Journal Swings Left

…Wall Street Journal Swings Left… While the WSJ’s editorial page retains some semblance of conservatism, the body of the paper continues to move left, following much of the media. The July 11, 2017, WSJ article on Australia’s energy problems, emphasized Continue reading Wall Street Journal Swings Left

Blackout Race Underway

Prior to my trip to Australia, I believed Germany would be the first country to succumb to severe blackouts as the result of its drive to use renewables in preference to fossil fuels so as to cut CO2 emissions. It Continue reading Blackout Race Underway

Australian Heatwave Excuses

The Australian heatwave of 2017 should be a wakeup call that renewables are unreliable, and not be the basis for excuses in efforts to explain away the recent South Australia blackouts. The South Australia government had been warned about the Continue reading Australian Heatwave Excuses

Australian Power

(This article is being published from Australia. I hope to be able to publish an article each week while I am traveling overseas.) Australia endured another blackout this week. As The Australian paper reported, the Australian Energy Market Operator said Continue reading Australian Power

Return from Southeast Asia

For the past four weeks I have been cruising the east coast of Australia, and the waters of Indonesia, en route to Singapore, and then to Qatar by air. A few comments about the trip may be of interest. Our Continue reading Return from Southeast Asia

COP 19

When they see COP 19 in the news, many people may assume it’s another TV show like Car 54, Where Are You? Unfortunately, COP 19 is the 19th meeting of the Conference of the Parties, of the United Nations Convention Continue reading COP 19