Rocketing Power Prices & Chaotic Supply Send Australian Businesses Packing to Pennsylvania USA

“With commercial and industrial power users paying between 7 and 9 cents US per KWh in Pennsylvania, compared with prices north of 35 cents Australian per KWh, the choice for Australian businesses and whole industries is pretty clear. Made even more so by the fact that Pennsylvania doesn’t chop the power to those businesses when the wind stops blowing and call it ‘demand management’.”

NOT hard to see why the mainstream (fake news) media and the Left HATE President Trump – supporting jobs and industry with cheap energy and tax breaks! Shock horror! And forget ‘Russian collusion’ these are more than impeachable offences!


Every viable business depends upon a reliable and affordable electricity supply. In Australia, thanks to its suicidal renewable energy policies, that essential combination is now a relic of history. The chaos and staggering cost of intermittent wind and solar power has sent power prices through the roof and left its grid on the brink of collapse.

The authorities and agencies charged by the Federal Government with responsibility of delivering power as and when households and businesses need it, are selling so-called ‘demand management’ as a ‘solution’ to the crisis. By demand management they mean Soviet-era rationing.

As the Chinese proverb goes, for every crisis there’s an opportunity. And Australia’s renewable energy disaster has generated an opportunity for the energy rich State of Pennsylvania.

US state of Pennsylvania spruiks power to entice Aussie firms
The Australian
Sid Maher
29 December 2017

The state of Pennsylvania has sought to poach Australian companies…

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