On the box today.
National Audit Office says energy prices are to rise for next seventeen
I wonder where they get the seventeen years from? Why not eigthteen?
Better buy more celotex and LED light bulbs.
A moments thought would reveal to anyone who does mathematics (obviously
you are excluded) that 17 years frnk 2013 takes us to 2030, which is
probably the sort of cut-off date such a study would use.
You can congratulate yourself on being one of the people making this
price rise inevitable.
Actually I think I'll buy a shotgun.
Plenty of solar panels to use as targets.
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to
On Wed, 13 Nov 2013 17:30:52 +0000, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
Only if the panels are treated as a seperate risk, either as an
itemised risk in a general buildings insurance policy or as a
seperate policy for the panels. Otherwise the increased costs just
get rolled up into everyones premiums.
Its a bit late worrying about it if the roof has gone.
Has the main switch in the fuse box worked after the flames have got to
it? Are the fire brigade going to dig up (or rather wait two hours for
someone else) the incomer and cut it before they tackle a fire in case
it hasn't? Do they even know where your main switch is?
You really should think about the conductivity of water and the actual
chances of getting a decent shock, its not very high. It requires a
fault, close proximity of the operator to the fault (a few inches) and
for their protective clothing to not work at two points before you will
get a current through them.
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