RHI: An interactive map of the top claimants, postcodes and counties
A list of individuals receiving RHI subsidies shows that one claimant has been paid almost £1 million since its launch.
Co Tyrone chicken farmer Fred Maxwell, has received more than £900,000 since installing his first biomass boiler in August 2013.
Total amount of RHI payments rests at just over £62 million.
The interactive map below breaks down the top claimants by business, postcode and county.
The top county is Tyrone.
The top postcode is BT70
There were more than 800 non domestic claimants.
The top business is Fred Maxwell with payments of over £900,000.
Anyone who received less than £5,000 was not named.
Below the interactive map is a timeline of applications that shows the spike in successful applicants to the scheme in the autumn of 2015 before it closed. In October and November 2015, 201 companies joined the scheme and that it has so far cost £12,571,575.20.
“Inclusion in the list does not, in any way, imply wrongdoing by any of the beneficiaries,” the department emphasised in a statement.
“The department wishes to make it very clear that the sole reason for publishing this list has been in the interests of transparency,” it said.
Forty eight beneficiaries were successful in their applications not to have details of their RHI grants publicly disclosed.
The interactive map was provided by Robert M Chapple,