A recent industry study into the UK energy sector of 2030 - which according to government plans will use a hugely increased amount of wind power - suggests that massive electricity price rises will be required, and some form of additional government action in order to avoid power cuts. This could have a negative impact on plans for electrification of transport and domestic energy use.
Massive price rises, and additional government action required. "Never mind that!", bleat the ignorant fucking environmental cunts, "look how small it's carbon footprint is. After all, that's the only thing that matters." These absolute cunts, they're going to send us back to Medieval times, and they won't be happy until we get there.
We're also, already, talking about very serious electricity price increases simply to make those wind farms happen: the only reason they ever get built is the government's Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROC) scheme
More shit from Brussels, and wanked over by the environmentalists.
"There's no such thing as cheap green power - that is a myth," Pöyry's Phil Hare told the BBC.
Something we all know, of course. However it seems the BBC, or rather the BBC's Environmental Consultant, Roger Harrabin (remember him? The one who re-wrote an article at the request of some deluded tree-hugger's email so it sounded more alarmist?) has reported that:
A study to be published next week, by consultants Poyry, will suggest that by 2030 wind will be the dominant source of electricity for the UK.
even though the report says no such thing.
For fuck's sake, you fucking interfering, hectoring environmentalist cunts - LEAVE US THE FUCK ALONE. I'm going to have to pay huge electricity bills in the future - we all are - and it's all YOUR FUCKING FAULT with all your bleating and handwringing about carbon fucking footprints without having the fucking intelligence to consider any other factors (cost? effectiveness? reliability?)
Fuck you, with bells on.