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The Human Cost Of Dear Energy Policy

Fuel poverty 'will claim 2,700 victims this winter' | Money | guardian.co.uk

Almost 3,000 people in England and Wales will die this winter because they cannot afford to heat their homes, a report suggests – more than the number killed in traffic accidents each year.

Ditch climate targets or forget cheaper bills, bosses tell ministers | Mail Online

Ministers' obsession with green taxes is driving up energy bills, bringing financial pain to millions of families, it was claimed last night.

Business groups demanded cuts in fuel prices be given a higher priority than meeting EU targets to reduce carbon emissions.

Electricity bills ‘set to soar for next 20 years’ - Environment - Scotsman.com

BUSINESSES and households across Europe are likely to suffer jumps in their electricity bills for at least the next 20 years to pay for pricey renewable energy infrastructure, according to a leaked report from the European Commission.


There is an easy way to deal with this. Require intermittent renewables to not be directly connected to the Grid. They could use batteries, flywheels, pumped storage or whatever else to deal with *their* problems rather than require all of us to have smart meters, rationing and brownouts to accommodate their shit.

Renewable resources should make cost of electricity lower, not higher. Can't take the logic in that

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Corporate manslaughter prosecution against Cameron and Huhne, anyone?

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