The True Cost Of The Climate Change Act

Posted: November 11, 2017 by oldbrew in climate, ideology, Idiots, Politics
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Either the Arctic, or even hell itself, will have to freeze over before our current politicians change course on their barmy and futile so-called climate policies.

That or the electorate wakes up and tells them where to get off – unlikely while media climate brainwashing is in full swing.


By Paul Homewood


According to the Office for Budget Responsibility, the cost of Environmental Levies and the RHI scheme, (all a consequence of the Climate Change Act), will have risen to £13.5bn by 2021/22.

All of this cost is borne by energy consumers, except for the RHI, which is taxpayer funded.

But what is likely to happen to these costs in the years after 2021/22? Dieter Helm in his recent report reckons the cumulative cost will be well over £100 billion by 2030, but this appears to be way under the mark, given the costs already identified up to 2021.

There has been an ongoing conspiracy between the Government and the Committee on Climate Change to conceal the true cost of their policies.

I have therefore now undertaken a detailed study of the real costs between now and 2030, and the results are truly horrifying.

By 2030, the…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    The Mail reports:
    Gone with the wind! National Grid pays operators £350million to switch off turbines producing too much power

    == Sixty nine wind farms were paid to stop transmitting in last weekend of October
    == Payments have risen from £200,000 in 2010 to £85.4million in 2016
    == National Grid compensates energy providers if it asks them to switch off to prevent the grid becoming overloaded

    By Rachel Millard For The Daily Mail
    PUBLISHED: 01:19, 11 November 2017 | UPDATED: 01:26, 11 November 2017

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  2. pyromancer76 says:

    It is not only the unconscionable costs, but which globalists are getting immensely wealthy off the scam (stealing from taxpayers). This data is worthy of close and careful investigation, too.

  3. ivan says:

    Somehow I think all the numbers are grossly under estimates, they appear to have left out all the taxes that have arisen because of the Act – what they call ‘Environmental Levies’ is nowhere large enough to include the incidental taxes.

  4. oldbrew says:

    If industry’s costs go up that also ends up as an extra charge on consumers, other things being equal.