July 20, 2018

How green energy companies exploit developing countries

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

On this week's episode of The Gunn Show, Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science joined me to explain how solar and wind energy companies exploit developing nations.

Most of these nations wouldn't be concerned with environmentalism if it weren't expecting a handout from the Green Climate Fund, and that's probably not going to happen.

WATCH my interview with Michelle to see how these contracts these nations sign with green energy companies are used to line the pockets of private interests. 

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commented 2018-07-20 12:40:14 -0400
It was well known by 2010 or should have been, that the whole thing was nothing but a subsidy scam to fleece the taxpayer. Yet this idiot country is still going ahead with it despite what they know. Our corrupt and criminal leaders should be charged with malfeasance, and misappropriation of funds, and sent to prison for twenty years. They’re all nothing but a bunch of racketeers.

Wind Energy’s Ghosts

In early 2009 the Socialist government of Spain reduced alternative energy subsidies by 30%. Calzada continues:

“At that point the whole pyramid collapsed. They are firing thousands of people. BP closed down the two largest solar production plants in Europe. They are firing between 25,000 and 40,000 people….”

“What do we do with all this industry that we have been creating with subsidies that now is collapsing? The bubble is too big. We cannot continue pumping enough money. …The President of the Renewable Industry in Spain (wrote a column arguing that) …the only way is finding other countries that will give taxpayers’ money away to our industry to take it and continue maintaining these jobs.”