Why are the Tories going back to fossil fuels when they could back this instead?

Last Updated: October 15, 2022By Tags: , , , , , , ,

This should be self-explanatory:

Imagine the power that could be generated if they installed a few of these next to the Tory seats in the House of Commons.

(Of course we know why Truss has gone back to fossil fuel, really, don’t we? Because she used to work for a fossil fuel corporation, because her Tory leadership campaign was backed by fossil fuel tycoons, and because she wanted to give them a kickback. Or have I got that wrong?)

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One Comment

  1. William-Glyn THOMAS October 15, 2022 at 2:50 pm - Reply

    If we were EU members we could participate in their project to place large solar panels in space to capture and transmit the power to sub stations in Europe to provide electricity. Just think of the amount of carbon that would save.

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