Ross Clark On The Cost Of Net Zero

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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If it involved any other subject, the news that the Government hid estimates of the true cost of one of its policies would be a scandal. Imagine, for example, how bonkers the Guardian would go if it emerged that ministers and civil servants had colluded to conceal their real estimate of the costs of Brexit. But when it emerges that the Treasury withheld what it regarded as the “more realistic” £70 billion a year estimate of the cost of achieving net zero emissions by 2050 there was barely a murmur.

There is a long tradition of dishonesty over the cost of climate change policies. It wasn’t so long ago that the Coalition was implausibly trying to tell us that the Climate Change Act was going to save us money, by creating “green jobs” and saving us from ever-increasing fossil fuel prices. The collapse in oil and gas…

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