Gay and Expensive…Green energy can’t exist without subsidies

Green energy sucks…loads of cash. Unfortunately politicians haven’t got the stones to knock it on the head.

There are numerous examples worldwide of failing green energy…but have a look at the UK!

Every British household will pay an average of more than £400 in higher bills over the next six years to pay for subsidies under controversial Government plans to hit green power targets.

The money will go solely to paying for otherwise uneconomic offshore wind turbines, onshore wind farms, biomass plants, landfill gas sites and hydro power plants, new figures show.

Green energy is supposed to be the wave of the future. Who on earth wants a future that is rapaciously expensive and doesn’t work?

If it is uneconomic then shut it down and get rid of it, don’t keep subsidising it.  Only terminalyy retarded people keep on pouring money in a scam or ponzi scheme like green energy.

The first analysis of newly agreed prices paid to “green” generators, carried out by the Taxpayers’ Alliance, shows that the total subsidy will be nearly £22 billion by 2020.

The subsidies are paid for by consumers and businesses through their annual bills and passed to the green energy generators.

Half of energy bills are paid by business, with the other half by domestic consumers, and the total subsidy divided among British households equals £425 per household.

Many, however, will pay more because they have bigger bills.

As well as recouping the cost of renewable subsidies through domestic bills, households will also foot the bill for the carbon floor price tax and the Energy Company Obligation efficiency scheme, where suppliers are supposed to fit out homes with roof insulation and better boilers.

The other schemes suggest the possibility of further increases to the cost of electricity.

The green taliban ratbags who foisted all this crap on us need to be held to account.


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