International Energy Agency’s Green Energy Fantasy Is A Hoot

Posted: June 6, 2021 by oldbrew in climate, Critique, Energy, ideology, net zero
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A hoot, yes – but so far the laughs are on us if we’re in a country pushing the far-fetched nonsense of fearsome human-caused warming.

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

Looking for laughs? The International Energy Agency has produced a laugh filled report, grandly titled: “Net Zero by 2050: A roadmap for the global energy system“. Redesigning the global energy system. My, oh my. Below are a few highlights, out of many.

To begin with it is not a roadmap, as it does not tell us how to get there. In fact you cannot get there from here, which makes their there very amusing. This is perhaps the most elaborate net zero fantasy concocted so far.

IEA Executive Director Faith Birol explains where the fantasy comes from: “…combining for the first time the complex models of our two flagship series, the World Energy Outlook and Energy Technology Perspectives.”

So two, not just one, complex computer models, that have never before been combined. I feel better already. Instead of the world energy outlook, it is IEA’s…

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Comments
  1. hunterson7 says:

    The problem is that these anti-scientific nonsense articles are being turned into policy. There is no way that policies based on the rejection of reality and reason will turn out well.

  2. saighdear says:

    Sorry, but I’m running out of Piss. .. been up against this brick wall for too long and it’s bigger than the Berlin or Chinese walls. Indeed, it seems to be growing. All my education…. never, repeat NEVER taaaught me ow to challenge this. My thoughts and actions have ALWAYS been biased towards good ethics… seems like those Clowns went to a special school of **stards to upset the march of real and genuine progress.

  3. Curious George says:

    Defund the IEA.

  4. ivan says:

    In this day and age it appears that all organisations that have ‘International’ or ‘World’ in their names need to be closed down for the safety of the world and its population.

  5. Gamecock says:

    David Wojick: ‘He is an independent analyst working at the intersection of science, technology and policy.’

    Real people don’t work at intersections.

  6. Chaswarnertoo says:

    🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂😡

  7. dennisambler says:

    It is part of the piece-by-piece strategy of preparing the ground for COP26 in Glasgow in November.
    The intention was first announced in January this year: https://www.iea.org/news/iea-to-produce-world-s-first-comprehensive-roadmap-to-net-zero-emissions-by-2050

    “The International Energy Agency today announced that it will produce the world’s first comprehensive roadmap for the energy sector to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 as it further strengthens its leadership role in global clean energy transitions.”

    It turns out that the IEA plan was requested by the UK government:

    “In line with an official request by the COP26 Presidency, the IEA is developing a new special report providing the first comprehensive energy-sector pathway towards global net-zero emissions by 2050. This report assesses the policy requirements, the deployment and innovation needs, the necessary investments, the economic benefits and the wider implications for the world”.

    The new special report, The World’s Roadmap to Net Zero by 2050, will set out in detail what is needed from governments, companies, investors and citizens to fully decarbonise the energy sector and put emissions on a path in line with a temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius. It is part of a series of new IEA projects to support efforts to reach global energy and climate goals.”

    It had a publishing date before they even started writing it:

    “This new roadmap will be released on 18 May and build momentum ahead of the COP26 Summit in Glasgow in November, under the presidency of the United Kingdom.

    COP26 President, UK’s Alok Sharma said: “The IEA’s plan to produce a pathway to net zero global emissions by 2050 is another important step for climate action. This will make clear the actions countries must take individually and collectively to meet that goal.”

    Chief Executive Fatih Birol chairs the World Economic Forum’s (Davos) Energy Advisory Board and serves on the UN Secretary-General’s Advisory Board on Sustainable Energy for All.

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