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February 13th, 2017

RHI Claims wrong, says UFU The Ulster Farmers’ Union has hit back at attempts by the media to link progressive, well known farmers and the Union to the RHI scandal.  The organisation, which represents 11,500 farming families across Northern Ireland, says those doing so are trying to imply that legitimate users have done something wrong, […]

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February 1st, 2017

On Tuesday 31st January at the High Court in Belfast, Mr Justice Deeny confirmed that the temporary ban on revealing the identities of individuals and businesses who are members of RHANI would remain in place until the outcome of a hearing in three weeks. In spite of arguments that only individuals should be granted anonymity […]

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January 27th, 2017

In response to today’s decision by Mr Justice Deeny On behalf of our members we are delighted with Mr Justice Deeny’s decision today in granting leave to seek a judicial review of Economy Minister Simon Hamilton’s plan to reveal the names of those taking part in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. We take our […]

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January 25th, 2017

It is the duty of the Renewable Heat Association [RHANI] to represent its members and the wider Renewable Heat Industry in Northern Ireland – a strong, credible and crucially important part of our energy and economy mix. The RHANI does not, in any way, support the inappropriate use of heat generation. We act exclusively in […]

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January 24th, 2017

Injunction Letter to the Department of the Economy can be found HERE  (The letter prompted a response providing assurances that names of RHI participants would not be published (if at all) without prior notification to the Association to allow time for action to be taken) The RHANI Letter to all MLA’s can be found HERE Minister […]

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