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According to EU Financial Services Commissioner Mairead McGuinness, “We don’t have a ready-made solution because this is . . . one of those issues where you have very divided views."

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Bob Meinetz on Oct 21, 2021

"We must make sure we don’t create fears that this transition is a problem because the transition is the solution.”

PJ, the imaginary renewables "energy transition" is an invention of financial entities with significant capital invested in solar, wind, and natural gas - that's all. It's a cynical attempt to profit at the expense of the environment and people who can't afford to pay the price of reliable electricity - by those who can.

Unfortunately, I suspect power problems in the UK, Germany, and California will have to become severe before residents understand why the solution offered by solar, wind, and gas - the supposed energy transition - is no solution at all.

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