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The Renewable Heat Incentive Schemes (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2015

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Changes in location of accredited RHI installations

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9.  After regulation 24 insert—

Changes in location of accredited RHI installations

24A.(1) This regulation applies where an accredited RHI installation is moved to a new location during its tariff lifetime.

(2) No periodic support payment may be made in respect of the RHI installation after the date on which it is moved to the new location until—

(a)the owner has notified the Department of the change in location; and

(b)the Department has concluded that the accredited RHI installation should continue to be accredited.

(3) On receipt of a notification under paragraph (2) the Department—

(a)may require the owner to provide such of the information specified in Schedule 1 as the Department considers necessary for the proper administration of the scheme; and

(b)must review the accreditation of the RHI installation to determine whether it continues to meet the eligibility criteria in the new location (except the requirement in regulation 12(1)(b)) and accordingly whether it should continue to be accredited.

(4) Where the Department concludes that the RHI installation should continue to be accredited it must update the central register referred to in regulation 22(6)(c) if appropriate.

(5) Where the Department concludes that the accredited RHI installation should continue to be accredited, periodic support payments calculated from the date of that decision and for the remainder of the tariff lifetime of that accredited RHI installation shall be payable..

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