Monthly Archives: December 2016

Balcas cushty as renewable fires roar

One of the big winners in the RHI scandal is Balcas.  They are the largest manufacturer of wood pellets on the island (and indeed in the UK if one source is to be believed).  These RHI boilers have to burn … Continue reading

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Arlene feels the Renewable Heat.

Arlene Foster was the minister in charge when the licence that contained a fracking work programme (or as we would like to call it the ‘fracking licence’ ) was issued for Fermanagh.  It also appears from documents received that Rathlin Energy … Continue reading

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Industry admit uncontrollable fracking risks

The Irish EPA report, authored by CDM Smith who are effectively part of the fracking industry was published yesterday.  The press release for the report is noticeable for the two conflicting statements made – namely that despite admission that there … Continue reading

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