Leave the turbine blades, take the cannoli
Gone with the wind
“It creates controversy and complexity, tying this to issues that are not in our sphere.”
Good luck with that
Too clever by half
Not In My Back Yard
Turn out the lights
“Australia risks being embarrassed by global leaders who are determined to take action, like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. President Barack Obama.”
Here we go again.
Last year, European bureaucrats finally seemed to be cottoning on to the fact that their self-imposed renewable energy targets were …
Add it to the list.
You don’t say.
Faced with electricity prices at least twice as expensive as those in the United States’ and the subsequently combined crises …
We’re not gonna’ take it!
Er, about that…
No graceful exits for these guys.
All the wind industry wanted for Christmas last year was a continuation of the much-prized production tax credit on which …
Any takers? No?
‘Cause, why not? Right?
But with a new-and-improved focus, you guys!
And the entirely self-defeating and economy-shrinking trade war that comes from first heavily subsidizing your own domestic industries, and then …
Because, prosecutorial discretion.
“If this is true, this is an act of corruption.”
“There is no other plausible explanation.”