Turbines had output cut to qualify for NIRO cash – but at cost to public

Similarly, in the category for largely AD plants, officials anticipated that no one would install plants of between 1,001-5,000kw. In the event, with that the most lucrative option for larger plants, 42% of larger plants were in that category.
The poor predictions replicate what happened with RHI where 99kw boilers were overwhelmingly used, against DETI expectations.

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