You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘punitive’ tag.

As you know, my principal aim since shuffling off this mortal coil all those years ago is to prevent my friends, and even executives, from amassing chains of guilt and regrets, of keys, padlocks, cash-boxes and heavy purses by showing them the error of their ways. So I recently felt obliged to visit, in the dead of night, a well-known senior executive in the industry and take him to see the three customary ghosts. Not the ghosts of christmas, of course, but it was cold and dark nevertheless… (more)


It is an incontrovertible fact that ever since that marvellous invention of that genius Faraday and that somewhat strange man Tesla, and that loud Yankee from Menlo Park, electricity has been harnessed for the greater good of man – and dare I say it, womanhood. Economies rise and fall not so much by the rise and fall of empires any longer, but by the price of electricity; nowhere more so than in a country that thrives on mines and heavy industry, smelters and furnaces. It is therefore all the more disturbing – disappointing? – in any case, outrageous, the way the price of electricity in your beloved country has escalated of late… (more)

Responsible users of energy can now save significantly through further tax incentives on certified energy efficiency projects; a measure introduced by Mr Trevor Manual in his 2009 Budget in Parliament…(more)

The reports about punitive electricity tariffs to regulate electricity consumption are a cause for serious concern. The answer to electricity supply failure lies in mobilizing the people with visionary leadership, and not in punitive tariffs… (more)

Share this blog page

Bookmark and Share

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 48 other followers

Blog calendar

January 2019
« Jan    

RSS EE Publishers on Twitter

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.