Here’s Extensive list of links to the Energy Overlords that affect You, Australia and the World – Mick Raven
29th Dec 2018
Globalists own Mining Companies which control Energy companies. Sustainability = Carbon Tax, which the Globalist companies pay plus they own programs to bank the Carbon Taxes that YOU will eventually pay…get it! – Mick Raven
Carbon pricing in Australia
A forecast by the Centre for International Economics predicted the housing construction industry could decline by 12.6% as a result of the carbon price.
Housing construction was expected to be significantly impacted by the carbon tax because new homes require cement, bricks, aluminium, and glass, which are all typically energy-intensive materials.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) reported it was investigating about 200 cases where customers had possibly been misled into paying excessive price rises falsely claimed to be as a result of the carbon tax.
Dairy farmers will be impacted because of higher power costs for milk processing.
Household bills were expected to rise by an average of around $5 per week. Energy retailer Synergy said the carbon price would result in a 7.1% rise to power bills.
GDF Suez (renamed Engie)
Owner of Engie: State of France (24.10%) Blackrock 5.09%
BlackRock’s attempts to model itself as a sustainable investor, one report shows that BlackRock is the world’s largest investor in coal plant developers, holding shares worth $11 billion among 56 coal plant developers. Another report shows that BlackRock owns more oil, gas, and thermal coal reserves than any other investor with total reserves amounting to 9.5 gigatonnes of CO2 emissions – or 30 percent of total energy-related emissions from 2017.
There you have it ppl, Globalists/Blackrock controlling Carbon pricing by controlling the Coal/Energy companies.
Alinta Energy is an Australian electricity generating and gas retailing private company that is owned by Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (CTFE)
Alinta was acquired on 31 August 2007 by a consortium comprising Singapore Power International (SPI), the largest utility company in Singapore.
Following the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in Australia, over 600 victims signed a class action lawsuit against SPI Electricity Pty Ltd, the electricity distribution company of SP AusNet, an Australian energy company that was 51% owned by Singapore Power.The lawsuit alleged negligence and breach of duty in the service and maintenance of powerlines controlled by them in the state of Victoria. In particular, the lawsuit alleged the power company negligently failed to fit a protective device on the power line, alleging that it contributed to it breaking and starting a bushfire in the Kilmore East area on 7 February 2009.
In 2015, Singapore Power dismissed and subsequently reported to Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau four employees: Ridhuan Ramli, Suffiandi Mohamad Suhaimi, Kutty Hassan and Jasman Tiron, who had suspectedly accepted bribes of between S$50 and S$450 for “not creating difficulties” for China Construction South Pacific during an installation inspection
Alinta LGA, an Alinta subsidiary, which on 4 August 2008 changed its name to Jemena. In 2014, State Grid Corporation of China acquired a 60% stake in Jemena, and the company’s name was changed to SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd (SGSPAA). The company continues to trade as Jemena.
In September 2014, the NSW Government sold Macquarie Generation to AGL Energy for $1.5 billion
In July 2013, EnergyAustralia acquired Delta Electricity
EnergyAustralia (former name: TRUenergy) is an electricity generation, electricity and gas retailing private company in Australia that is owned by Hong Kong-based and listed CLP Group
On 6 November 2015, it was announced that up to 300 jobs are in doubt after EnergyAustralia announced plans to close its call centre in Melbourne’s north-east (Mill Park) and move jobs to the Philippines after the Hong Kong owned company decided to cut costs
Globalists to run Stanwell in to the ground? – Mick Raven
In 2001 the 810 megawatt Callide C Power Station was commissioned, doubling the generating capacity of the Callide site. Callide C was the first supercritical coal-fired power station in Australia. CS Energy owns Callide C in a 50/50 joint venture with InterGen.
The company was merged into Synergy in 2014.
Synergy, The Last Energy company fully owned by Australian Tax payers? – Mick Raven
Gladstone Power Station
Rio Tinto Group
Millmerran Power Station is owned and operated by InterGen, a multinational company owned by the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and AIG Highstar Capital II, a private equity fund sponsored by a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc