BBC Northern Ireland 09:44, 26 DEC 2020. Unemployment too. It is a view which is echoed by the man who hopes to … Spotlight on role of NI secretary ... Mr Browne told BBC News: "Northern Ireland needs a distinctive voice at the cabinet table and I think there will be a need for a secretary of state for the foreseeable future." UTV: UTV Live at Six Was a 'green' scheme as friendly to our environment as it should have been? He worked as a reporter on BBC NI’s Spotlight, as well as a stand in presenter on all of BBC Radio Ulster’s current affairs programmes and The Nolan Show. The Audit Office report said that after 2014, Northern Ireland's scheme became more generous than the equivalent scheme in the rest of the UK, but did not say by how much. The focus has fallen particularly on single turbines. Read about our approach to external linking. And because the scheme lasts for 20 years from joining, that would mean 16 very good years for those investing. There are three times as many single turbines per square mile in … © 2020 BBC. The breakdown music seemed to be inadvertently dipped early on. Moncrieff. Nonetheless, it took six years to get it moved to where it had planning permission. Video, 2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more' Video, 2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more', What impact has Covid had on global climate? Spotlight is the name given to a BBC Northern Ireland weekly current affairs programme. But the scheme that did much of the heavy lifting to get us there, the Northern Ireland Renewables Obligation (NIRO), is under ongoing scrutiny. Industry sources have told BBC NI's Spotlight programme that an eight-year payback period is more likely to be accurate. The programme will be broadcast tonight at 9pm on BBC One NI and BBC Four. "I don't want to demonise the investors. Published. It debuted in 1973. .css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link{color:inherit;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{color:#696969;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:focus,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:focus{color:#B80000;-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link::after,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited::after{content:'';position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0;z-index:2;}Renewable energy body lodges complaint over NI Audit Office report, Climate change: NI 'should cut carbon emissions by 82% by 2050', Renewable energy: 'Excessive subsidies' being paid out in NI, says Audit Office, Concern at 'unprecedented' English infection level. Polluting fossil fuels, many of them sourced from distant lands, were our staple. She suffered abuse in a former relationship in London. I've worked as a reporter and a producer on all of the above programmes delivering original, agenda setting stories or studio/gallery producing live output. Presented by Noel Thompson, the programme is your chance to put a question or comment to a panel of invited guests, on issues affecting your lives. I work primarily across Good Morning Ulster, Talkback and Evening Extra, BBC NI News Online and BBC Newsline. At a preview event this week, the team explained that they have chosen not to try to tell ‘the definitive story’ of the Troubles. What impact has Covid had on global climate? Covid Cases are up. Also in HD. Live. Spotlight goes behind the scenes in one of Northern Ireland’s women’s refuges. Spotlight is the BBC's regional TV news programme for the South West of England, covering Cornwall, Devon, Isles of Scilly, southern and western Somerset, western Dorset and the Channel Islands.There is also a special version of the programme for viewers in the Channel Islands. "And that they didn't envisage the ways that people's behaviour may change. Four of BBC News NI’s longest serving on screen journalists have taken the decision to leave BBC Northern Ireland. Alannah said the turning point for her was when she thought she “could die”. Prof Hughes told Spotlight: "I'm sure they didn't envisage that it would happen in that kind of way. BBC Northern Ireland's current affairs programme Spotlight was disrupted last night by a technical fault. In the year to March 2020, we calculate the business made almost £390,000 in ROCs from the new turbines. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. In the six years the turbine was in the wrong place, it earned, by Spotlight's calculations, approximately £600,000 in ROCs. Renewable NI has made a formal complaint to the Audit Office and its own accountants' report will undoubtedly contribute further fuel to the argument about costs and benefits. April 11, 2012 at 5:45 pm. Read about our approach to external linking. The controversy over single turbines is not over. Video. Episode One can be viewed now on the BBC … VideoWhat impact has Covid had on global climate? If you provide a very lucrative scheme, you will be absolutely completely assured you get pick up from investors.". Covid cases rise in the UK as the number of people in England's hospitals goes above the first peak. It is a remarkable achievement, good news for the environment and our energy security. By Conor Macauley BBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent. Renewable NI has commissioned its own report into the costs and benefits of turbines, which is due to be published before Christmas. The programme is aired on BBC1 Northern Ireland at 10:35pm (and sometimes early) on Tuesday evenings, with a repeat on BBC2. Their architects believed that their clients could double their income in ROCs by doing so. Thanks to Stephen Barns for adding this: You might like to check out my public twitter list of 203 (and counting) journalists in Northern Ireland. The NIRO encouraged renewable energy generation through a financial incentive, a subsidy. A recent Audit Office report agreed that those putting up turbines could get their initial costs back in about four years, a return it said was more generous than necessary. He spent 12 years as a reporter on the flagship current affairs programme Spotlight, and was appointed investigations correspondent for BBC News NI five years ago. It said our rate of payment was based on technology costs in Northern Ireland and it did not accept that it should have cut back just because Westminster did. 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Spotlight at 40 — Spotlight at 40 Some of Our Former Reporters On the 40th Anniversary of Spotlight we take a look back at a selection of our past reporters from the '70's and 80's. Can politicians save lives without killing jobs? The big energy companies then pass the cost of all the ROCs on to us through our electricity bills. Economist Prof Gordon Hughes told Spotlight he believes a derated turbine could get its owners their initial costs back in just two years, with 18 years of income to meet ongoing costs. But being in breach of planning permission made no difference to the payment of ROCs. The latest BBC Spotlight NI news from Newstalk. There are three times as many single turbines per square mile in Northern Ireland than in the rest of the UK. Episode two of Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History will be shown on September 17 at 9pm on BBC One Northern Ireland and BBC Four. Renewable NI has commissioned its own report into the costs and benefits of turbines, which is due to be published before Christmas. "If it was half, it still would be very, very generous" said Ms McLaughlin. The fund has added two more turbines since, including two big earners in north Antrim. Attention will then be focused on Stormont's Public Accounts Committee, which is due to hold a hearing on the Audit Office's findings in the new year. ... BBC Spotlight hired an outdoor screen as part of filming for a forthcoming 'review of the year' programme. T he sixth episode of BBC NI's Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History, claims there were three key gunmen in the notorious Mid-Ulster LVF, led in … Mrs Foster told Spotlight she was content her decisions on the pay-out were based on evidence and advice from experts about technology costs. 14:00-16:00. Domestic abuse survivors in Northern Ireland have told their story to BBC Spotlight. The Department for the Economy said that small-scale wind was not representative of the scheme nor of onshore wind generally. An Invest NI brochure from 2015, laying out all the financial benefits of investing in a single turbine, said a four-year payback period was possible. He also made a … Conor Spackman investigates a controversial green energy scheme set to cost electricity billpayers across the UK billions over the next 20 years. SDLP economy spokesperson Sinead McLaughlin told Spotlight that even if the renewables industry is right about the costs, the subsidy is still substantial. It's a lawful practice called derating - for example taking a 900kW turbine and restricting its output to 250kW to qualify for the most generous band. An opportunity for people to ask questions that matters to them to a panel of politicians and others. Single turbines generate just 13% of our electricity from wind and yet get 40% of the subsidy for wind power. The cost matters because we're all paying for it through our electricity bills. There is nothing in the scheme's rules - either here or in the equivalent scheme in GB to prevent derating. Industry sources have told BBC NI’s Spotlight programme that an eight-year payback period is more likely to be accurate. From badminton player to prize-winning Nasa scientist. The BBC’s Spotlight team will start broadcasting a series of seven weekly films this Tuesday evening (8.30pm on BBC One NI and network BBC Four). However, the practice raises the prospect of the scheme being more generous than was intended by those who set it up. BBC Northern Ireland's rural affairs correspondent ... irony of the situation is not lost on a local industry which has been under pressure to clean up its act following a BBC Spotlight investigation which found that hundreds of workers were being trafficked from Eastern Europe to provide cheap labour on Northern Ireland farms. Just under a minute later, a breakdown graphic appeared, accompanied by a verbal apology from the announcer. .css-14iz86j-BoldText{font-weight:bold;}Fifteen years ago, hardly any of the electricity we use in Northern Ireland came from renewable sources like wind and solar power. A portfolio of 52 turbines, owned by a Northern Ireland-based business, was bought by the Royal Bank of Scotland pension fund. Renewable NI said the Audit Office, which stands over its conclusions, significantly underestimated the costs involved, including the cost of the turbine. It launched on 20 April 1961. Business Journalist in BBC Northern Ireland. In return for the electricity they generate, owners of wind turbines are given what are known as Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs). After the hum of the turbine caused sleepless nights for him and his family, Mr Rice quickly discovered it was in the wrong place. 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The Department for the Economy told Spotlight the level of incentive was based on available evidence and had helped it hit its green target two years early. Cloughmills businessmen Brian and Liam McGuckian have replaced two 250kW turbines with 900kW turbines which have been derated. Spotlight's investigation revealed that by 2016, when the scheme closed, the NI scheme was four times more generous. One, outside Dunloy, earned, by our estimation, about £260,000 in ROCs in the year to March 2020, easily outstripping the £95,000 cited as a typical income in the Audit Office report. VideoHow bad information went viral in 2020, How a pariah and a Nobel laureate became friends, Seismic change: How Covid-19 altered world events in 2020, play2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more' Video2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more', How to build an igloo (when the climate is changing), The irrational reasons behind the biggest purchase of your life. Presented by Mandy McAuley, Jennifer O’Leary and Darragh McIntyre, it will be broadcast simultaneously on BBC One NI and BBC Four. DavySims. BBC Spotlight is the most watched TV programme in the South West of England. Saudi jails woman activist despite global outcry, Atlantic discovery: 12 new species in the deep, 'She is very beautiful and intelligent but she is Indian', .css-q4by3k-IconContainer{display:none;height:1em;width:1em;vertical-align:-0.125em;margin-right:0.25em;}playHow bad information went viral in 2020. BBC Spotlight, Plymouth. playWhat impact has Covid had on global climate? 212K likes. Mandy McAuley looks at the impact of the second Covid-19 wave on the NI health service. 30 November ... RenewableNI said it understood that BBC Spotlight was working on a … Mandy McAuley looks at the impact of the second Covid-19 wave on the NI health service. Just follow this one list, and they all appear in your timeline. The value of ROCs from single turbines was well illustrated in 2018. 36,870 talking about this. BBC NI: Spotlight – Fear and Loathing in Quinn Country; Original Music Score. The second episode in BBC Spotlight’s seven-part series A Secret History of the Troubles picks up the conflict timeline in 1972 and runs through to 1979. Another issue explored by Spotlight was how ROCs can still be paid even if the turbine does not have planning permission. Undoubtedly it will be the most eagerly awaited hearing of the PAC since its hearings four years ago into another green scheme - the now infamous Renewable Heat Incentive. This Spotlight programme is now available to watch on the BBC iPlayer. Renewable energy body lodges complaint over NI Audit Office report, How bad information went viral in 2020. Investigating what Brexit may mean for the cost of your supermarket shop and online buying. The last episode (8 Feb) of the BBC NI current affairs programme Spotlight was investigation into the water crisis that affected the north over the Christmas/New Year. BBC NI: Sheridan Tongue – Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History; Rollem Productions: Andrew Simon McAllister – My Left Nut; DoubleBand Films: Mark Gordon, Neil Martin, Richard Hill, Charles Graham – Lost Lives; News Coverage. It also claimed the Audit Office based its calculation on a single turbine. Those between 50kW and 250kW, the kind we have all grown more used to seeing, spinning in solitude in our verdant landscape. Mr Rice said he believed the turbine was put nearer to his home because it was higher and therefore windier, and "more wind means more money". She added that no-one in business would design a scheme in the way the department had. It was presented by the reporter Julian O’Nell, and was built around interviews and statements from a … The department told Spotlight Prof Hughes had shown no evidence he had the necessary information to make his calculations. coronavirus podcasts videos shows news sport business BBC Spotlight NI. By Conor Spackman and Claire IrwinBBC Spotlight. Conor Spackman investigates a controversial green energy scheme. .css-1xgx53b-Link{font-family:ReithSans,Helvetica,Arial,freesans,sans-serif;font-weight:700;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;color:#FFFFFF;}.css-1xgx53b-Link:hover,.css-1xgx53b-Link:focus{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}Read about our approach to external linking. ROCs are as good as cash because big energy suppliers buy them, currently at a price of about £50 per ROC, to prove that some of the electricity they have supplied has come from renewable sources. 2020 began with a united Stormont Executive - but has the pandemic pulled them apart? However, the Audit Office's calculations have been described as "deeply flawed" by a body representing turbine owners. SPOTLIGHT – Fear and Loathing in Quinn Country, a television programme centred on the barbaric abduction of Mannok (formally Quinn Industrial Holdings - QIH) director Kevin Lunney in September, 2019, has won a prestigious award at the sixth annual Royal Television Society, Northern Ireland (RTS NI) Programme Awards. Eight hundred of them have sprung up around us in the past 15 years. Brian and Liam McGuckian said any public concern about the scheme was a matter for those in charge of it. The new BBC documentary series 'Spotlight On The Troubles: A Secret History' airs on 10 September 2019. [S] Conor Spackman investigates the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on cancer patients. "A wily business person would see that as an over-incentive and a way to lose money quickly.". Toggle navigation. Perhaps the most striking aspect of the NIRO wind scheme is how it incentivises owners of bigger turbines to deliberately restrict their output to earn more money. Was this part of the scheme more costly than it needed to be? TV debate on the issues of the day, with Jim Fitzpatrick and a studio panel. The number of ROCs paid to single turbine owners in Northern Ireland has become controversial. That's very common in economic policy.". Even with its output restricted, a derated turbine with bigger blades spins at the maximum capacity for longer than a 250kW turbine, earning more money. By contrast, a turbine of the same size in a wind farm would have earned about £60,000 for the same amount of power. BBC Spotlight is the most watched TV programme in the South West of England. 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