PV solar panels for a crazy world


An extraordinary road towards an electric-driven world enhanced by solar panels.



Dismantling feudalism with PV solar panels

March 14th, 2017

For nearly a thousand years, the energy market has been designed to rip-off the common folk.

True freedom with EV and PV technologies.

True freedom with EV and PV technologies.

From the first Middle Ages logging Barons to Industrial Revolution coal and then today’s gas and electricity network.

The system has always been rigged to make the peasant class pay a very high price to heat their homes.

Becoming independent of this energy network is far more straightforward today, than at any time in the past and that’s why our feudalist masters are so afraid of solar panels. Read the rest of this entry »


Brexit and PV solar panels

February 13th, 2017

Annoyingly, I can find a positive in any negative situation. Try as I might, I cannot find any positive attributes in store for the British people after Article 50 is triggered.

PV solar panels are Anderson shelters of our time.

PV solar panels are Anderson shelters of our time.

As I predicted, the US mega-corporations are salivating over our food, water, energy, education, healthcare, pharmaceutical industries and an all-encompassing deregulation wave that will be devastating for the well-being of British people, but fantastic for Trump.

Additionally, a backlash by European-owned energy companies has already begun with higher pricing policies is starting to extend out into the broader economy – warranted or not. Read the rest of this entry »


The war against energy freedom

January 27th, 2017

What’s amazing is that we still run our civilisation on Victorian technologies.

The war against green energy.

The war against green energy.

‘Trumponomics’ is my description for the push for Victorian-era economics in a 21st-century world.

Both the rise of Trump and Brexit were designed by those whose power and wealth depends upon a green energy revolution not occurring.

However, the majority of automobile manufacturers are on board today. The last decade’s anti-green efforts are too little, too late and after the electrically-powered Mustang horse has already bolted.

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The sticky energy issue of true Brexit

January 17th, 2017

Ironically, those newspaper barons who declared war on green energy are also the same people that encouraged Brexit.

The inconvenient Brexit truth.

The inconvenient Brexit truth.

If you do not see the irony here, then you need to complete the Brexit jigsaw with the last piece.

That piece shows the majority of our energy infrastructure is foreign-owned and exporting huge profits out of Britain through our most significant and most essential industry.

The same is right with railways, food and other essential infrastructural utilities. Read the rest of this entry »


PV solar panels are a hot topic

November 16th, 2016

We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the public believes is false. – William Casey, CIA Director 1982.

There's nothing more powerful than when a PV solar panels time comes.

There’s nothing more powerful than when a PV solar panels time comes.

The resistance to changing our centralised energy model is hardening. The manipulation using news corporations intrinsically controlled by oil money is ongoing.

However, the influence of mainstream news is waning, and the rise of alternative media is where that cutting-edge of change is occurring.

My own life for better or worse has attempted to lead others towards a self-reliant future that removes dependency and reliance on an energy system that cares little for the consequences of its destructive ways. Read the rest of this entry »


Generations of electricity and poor health

September 28th, 2016

I can pinpoint the exact moment in time when health issues associated with modern living began and its wholly associated with electricity generation.

Question everything.

Question everything.

In 1882 Thomas Edison helped construct the first power station in New York, and the modern era began.

Human beings went from burning wood to electricity for illumination and heating.

Within a few short decades, a long-held tradition of using ‘wood ash’ to fertilise crops was extinguished and the 90 essential nutrients that growing food with ‘nutrient-rich’ wood ash was lost forever. Read the rest of this entry »