Dear All, forgive me for inflicting yet again my views on the relationship between our rotten political system, the voting system and energy and other (health, environment, media, financial, tax, justice) vital policy issues. In a nutshell, it seems blindingly obvious, ( to me anyway) that with our system, where the PM wields enormous power, […]Read More
There was a very interesting article in today’s Evening Standard by Robert Lea on how useless is the Select Committee on Energy. I sent him the e-mail below.
However I have attached a word copy of the article, which is headed “WHY ENERGY MPs SHOW THE SYSTEM IS ROTTEN”
Can you put this on the website please!!!!!!
Dear all, Regarding the concerns expressed in this dialogue (on the claverton mailing list – ed) regarding the intermittency of wind and the risk to the transmission network of having a large percentage of wind generation on the network. The National Grid has in the last year established what it calls its “Gone […]Read More
Dr. Czisch gave a very interesting presentation the contents of which is summarised here, Rather than publish a paper on this set, Gregor has given us these links to his site where the varous papers can be studied.
The most relevant one for English speakers is probably this one:
“Low Cost but Totally Renewable Electricity Supply”Read More
Claverton House of Commons Presentation, 19th June 2009 Note – The Claverton Energy Groupcomprises about 300 independent energy experts who discuss energy issues. Not all members support the Supergrid concept, however a significant proportion, if not most, do. Dr Czisch presented at a recent Claverton Conference held at the Headquarters of Wessex Water in Bath […]Read More