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The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2013

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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2013 No. 2410

  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendments to the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2011

  4. 3.Amendments to regulation 2 (interpretation)

  5. 4.Amendments to regulation 3 (renewable heat incentive scheme)

  6. 5.Amendments to regulation 5 (eligible installations generating heat from solid biomass)

  7. 6.RHI emission certificates

  8. 7.Amendment to regulation 8 (eligible installations generating heat using heat pumps)

  9. 8.Amendment to regulation 9 (eligible installations which are CHP systems)

  10. 9.Amendment to regulation 12 (other eligibility requirements for technologies)

  11. 10.Amendment to regulation 13 (MCS certification for microgeneration heating equipment)

  12. 11.Amendments to regulation 16 (metering of plants in simple systems)

  13. 12.Amendments to regulation 17 (metering of plants in complex systems)

  14. 13.Metering in respect of new applications for accreditation

  15. 14.Amendment to regulation 20 (matters relating to all heat meters and steam measuring equipment)

  16. 15.Changes in location of accredited RHI installations

  17. 16.Amendment to regulation 26 (preliminary accreditation)

  18. 17.Amendment to regulation 34 (ongoing obligations: general)

  19. 18.Ongoing obligations: emissions from biomass

  20. 19.Amendment to regulation 35 (ongoing obligations in relation to metering)

  21. 20.Amendment to regulation 38 (periodic support payments for accredited RHI installations in simple systems)

  22. 21.Amendment to regulation 39 (periodic support payments for accredited RHI installations in complex systems)

  23. 22.Periodic support payments for new accredited RHI installations

  24. 23.Calculation of heat loss in certain circumstances

  25. 24.Amendment to regulation 43 (additional capacity)

  26. 25.Amendment to regulation 47 (revocation of accreditation or registration)

  27. 26.Amendment to regulation 48 (overpayment notices and offsetting)

  28. 27.Contents of RHI emission certificates

  29. 28.Amendment to Schedule 1 (information required for accreditation and registration)

  30. Signature

  31. Explanatory Note

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