Planning for future energy wars


An admittance by a Ministry of Defence staffer on Jeremy Vine’s afternoon talk show came as a shock.

Brexit. My Arse.

An anonymous caller on the show admitted that the Ministry of Defence is already planning future wars over energy.

What plans have we to reduce dependence on insecure resources?

The show broadcast with the main topic of discussion of possible Ministry of Defence cuts.

This amazing admittance is another sign of the UK’s ineptitude where energy security will push up the costs even further than has already occurred.

An energy workshop was hosted by the Department of Energy and Climate Change with members of the Transition Network also in attendance.

There will be changes to the way we think about energy over the coming years.

Heads are coming out of the sand and that’s why domestic solar panels are increasingly popular.

More people are aware that it’s time to act on an individual and governmental level.

Simply put, ‘energy crunch’ refers to the point at which all the easy to extract stuff has been obtained, leaving only the less accessible, very expensive to retrieve stuff.

The ‘solar dawn’ refers to the point in time where homeowners can no deny the benefits of installing solar panels.

We’re already experiencing high energy costs that’ll get increasingly worse over time.

Power My Home is about promoting solar panels to mitigate the long-term effects of government ineptitude.

Solar panel adopters have varying incentives to install, but the most common is the pursuit of energy independence.

Most people have worries relating to the economic downturn.

Economic downturns come and go, but energy price rises stay forever!



"A new era has begun."

Stuart Lovatt 2010-09-29
Founder.