Fixing the global warming problem is as easy as 1-2-3!
Much pain, but still time. Believe there is good out there. We oppose deception. Conduit closing.
With dieting, the solution to the problem is as comfortable as “less food, more exercise”, but dieting books and diet plans would like you to believe that it is more complicated than that!
With the global warming problem; less industry, more nature!
Let us avoid another 30 years of pretending to fix the problem with bad ideas. Global leaders have to come together and pledge to adopt this simple solution. Jobs shed from industry can be transferred over to mammoth ecological projects. Read the rest of this entry »
What planet are they on? was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
If you have had PV solar panels (photovoltaic) installed in your home over the last 12 months, then the answer to this question is probably no!
There’s nothing more powerful than when PV’s time has come.
If you do buy your PV solar system, then well done, you will be rewarded generously for your purchase over the coming years. However, if you are one of the thousands of people who have another company’s equipment, i.e. free panels, on your roof, then sadly you will not receive benefits as generous.
The industrial-scale feeding frenzy, which has given rise to some companies who offer free solar panels, has brought the feed-in tariffs scheme to a conclusion earlier than planned. Read the rest of this entry »
Own your PV solar panels was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
That there was nothing that the last government could do, nor that this state or even the next government can do to stop our energy bills from rising.
Mr Cameron’s assessment of energy prices only confirmed that our great nation is powerless against global issues, including the overwhelming global demand for energy as the industrialised economies of China and India continue to grow.
This predicament is overshadowed alarmingly by the continued reduction of new oil field finds and the overstretching of existing areas. New investment into looking for new oil fields has been announced this week, with BP casting their the North Sea nets out further afield. Read the rest of this entry »
Independence for home energy was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Did you know that the bankers’ bailout in 2008/9 was the direct cause of the Arab Spring protests in the Middle East? The bail-out money that the banks received during this period was sunk into the commodities markets, mainly food commodities.
The result was higher global food prices, and Middle Eastern countries bore the brunt of these actions. The saying “every action reacts” is appropriate here, with ordinary people taking to the streets, blaming their governments for not being able to afford their basic needs.
While the Middle Eastern governments were powerless to prevent food prices and food shortages from affecting their people, so too is our government equally impotent to avert global issues from affecting citizens of the UK. Read the rest of this entry »
Preventing the energy crunch was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Why PV solar panels (photovoltaic) are just common sense? There are some things in life which are just common sense.
The application of sunscreen, for example, so you don’t burn in the sun, wrapping up warm on cold winter mornings and wearing waterproof shoes when it’s raining. These are all common-sense precautions.
PV solar panels are just common sense in today’s world.
The latest common-sense approach to modern life is to install PV solar panels to protect your family from undependable and increasingly expensive fossil fuels.
The world has changed dramatically over the last few years, and the era of cheap, plentiful energy is now a distant memory for us all. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels are common sense was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
We empowered the early PV-pioneers and continue to help EV-owners following in their savvy footsteps.