RHI public inquiry delayed after amassing 880,000 pages of evidence
The public inquiry into the Renewable Heat Incentive has amassed a vast body of evidence which now stands at 880,000 pages, delaying the first public evidence session as lawyers work through the material.
RHI: The untold story of farmers’ desperation amid stigma and debt
The sudden decision to retrospectively slash the terms of the RHI scheme has left many legitimate users facing financial ruin, with some farmers facing the prospect of losing virtually everything they own, the News Letter has been told.
RHI overspend to be cut – but taxpayers may still pay
The total bill for the RHI scheme will be reduced after a major power plant was excluded from the scheme, it has emerged - but those bill may still be paid by taxpayers, via a different public funding stream.
RHI scandal: Aristocrats in scheme, but most are modest claimants
Several aristocrats and country estates are among those claiming under the RHI scheme, the list of claimants reveals – but most of the claims are far more modest than the typical claims under the scheme.
Although the vast majority of the names of non-domestic RHI claimants have been released, details of some major claimants have been withheld – with little explanation as to the reasons for each decision.
UFU men who lobbied to delay RHI cost controls personally benefited
Two senior Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) figures who were involved in lobbying to delay the introduction of cost controls on the RHI scheme personally benefited from the delay by installing RHI boilers under the unlimited rates available at that time.
Cash for ash public inquiry amassing vast body of evidence
The public inquiry into the ‘cash for ash’ scandal has already served scores of notices compelling individuals and organisations to hand over a vast pile of documentation – almost all of which will be published, it has revealed.