Novelty Energy CANNOT Keep the Lights On!!
Famously, in 1793 the Emperor Qianlong penned a letter for the benefit of the entourage led by English Ambassador, Lord George McCartney, informing him and his King, George III that “we possess all things. I set no value on objects strange or ingenious, and have no use for your country’s manufactures.”
Things have moved on a little since then, and rather than a hermit kingdom, China has become the one to watch in matters of international import. On energy matters, the Chinese have hoodwinked plenty in the West into believing that it’s ad idem with UN backed AGW ideologues, when it comes to wind powering it into a ‘super-clean energy’ future.
Inscrutable, as always, the Chinese aren’t about to follow the example set by the likes of Germany: a country that has spent more than €200 billion on its Energiewende and, thereby, sent its power prices through the roof and…
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