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The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2015

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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) Regulations 2015 No. 197

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

  6. 5.Amendments to regulation 9 (eligible installations which are CHP systems)

  7. 6.Amendment to regulation 9A (eligible installations which are new solid biomass CHP systems)

  8. 7.Amendments to regulation 12 (other eligibility requirements for technologies)

  9. 8.Amendments to regulation 13 (certification for installation of Microgeneration heating equipment)

  10. 9.Amendment to regulation 14 (plants comprised of more than one plant)

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

  12. 11.Amendments to regulation 22 (applications for accreditation)

  13. 12.Amendments to regulation 23 (treatment of grants from public funds)

  14. 13.Amendments to regulation 34 (ongoing obligations: general)

  15. 14.Amendment to regulation 36 (ongoing obligations in relation to the provision of information)

  16. 15.Amendments to regulation 37 (payment of periodic support payments to participants)

  17. 16.Amendment to regulation 37A (calculation of initial tariffs on or after the relevant date)

  18. 17.Amendments to regulation 37C (calculation of B)

  19. 18.Amendments to regulation 37D (calculation of C)

  20. 19.Amendments to regulation 37E (expenditure forecast statement and tariff change notice)

  21. 20.Amendment to regulations 38, 39 and 39A

  22. 21.Amendments to regulation 39B

  23. 22.Substitution of regulation 42 (periodic support payments to producers of biomethane)

  24. 23.Amendments to regulation 44 (power to temporarily withhold periodic support payments to investigate alleged non-compliance)

  25. 24.Substitution of regulation 45 (power to suspend periodic support payments where ongoing failure to comply)

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

  27. 26.Substitution of regulation 48 (overpayment notices and offsetting)

  28. 27.Provision of information to the Authority etc

  29. 28.Amendment to Schedule 1

  30. 29.New biomethane tariffs

  31. Signature

  32. Explanatory Note

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