2 thoughts on “Public paying for 38% of renewable energy projects”

  1. If ‘alternative power’ showed the least signs of being profitable in the long run, Capitalists would be pouring in their investment capital.
    The facts that the government has to force public funds into the enterprise as subsidies, then regulate the competition (fossil fuels) into submission, and force the price of the product unnaturally high, are a clear indication that in the long run the economic prospects of alternative fuels are destructive to prosperity.

  2. Are “investment” and “invested” the right words to use in this instance?

    And without fossil fuel usage, who will pay for governments operations and spending programs? And how will they earn the money to pay? Remember: GDP is a sneaky snake that can lead you into the woods and then bite you on the butt.

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