Monthly Archives: April 2016

Power companies to receive renewable energy subsidy for burning kittens

Environmental organisations have criticised new revelations that power stations, including Cremat-em Ltd, are burning kittens for energy. Kitten burning policies are being incentivised by renewable energy policies, as kittens are officially classed as a renewable energy, thanks to a ruling by the EU’s Directorate on Energy-Climate-Domestic Animal matters. Chris Heartfelt, a spokesperson for the Catwood Alliance, said ‘energy companies have tried to claim that they are only using heads and tails of kittens, or even just the waste furballs. But […]