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Powers to alter licensable activitiesN.I.

Power to alter activities requiring electricity licenceN.I.

39.—(1) The Department may by order provide—

(a)that specified activities are to become licensable activities; or

(b)that specified activities are to cease to be licensable activities.

(2) Schedule 2 has effect in relation to the making of an order under this Article.

(3) For the purposes of—

(a)this Article; and

(b)Schedule 2 so far as applying in relation to the making of an order under this Article,

activities are licensable activities if undertaking them without the authority of a licence or exemption constitutes an offence under Article 8 of the Electricity Order.

(4) An order under this Article may make consequential, transitional, incidental or supplementary provision including amendments or repeals in any provision of this Order or any other statutory provision.

(5) An order under this Article may only provide for activities to become licensable activities if they are activities connected with the generation, transmission [F1, distribution] or supply of electricity.

(6) An order under this Article may provide that it is to remain in force only for a period specified in the order.

Power to alter activities requiring gas licenceN.I.

40.—(1) The Department may by order provide—

(a)that specified activities are to become licensable activities; or

(b)that specified activities are to cease to be licensable activities.

(2) Schedule 2 has effect in relation to the making of an order under this Article.

(3) For the purposes of—

(a)this Article; and

(b)Schedule 2 so far as applying in relation to the making of an order under this Article,

activities are licensable activities if undertaking them without the authority of a licence or exemption constitutes an offence under Article 6 of the Gas Order.

(4) An order under this Article may make consequential, transitional, incidental or supplementary provision including—

(a)amendments or repeals in any provision of this Order or any other statutory provision; and

(b)provision modifying any standard conditions of gas licences or (in the case of an order under paragraph (1)(a)) provision determining the conditions which are to be standard conditions for the purposes of licences authorising the undertaking of activities which are to become licensable activities.

(5) An order under this Article may only provide for activities to become licensable activities if they are activities connected with the conveyance, storage or supply of gas.

(6) An order under this Article may provide that it is to remain in force only for a period specified in the order.

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