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The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2018 No. 610

  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendments to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2014

  4. 3.Amendments to regulation 2 (interpretation)

  5. 4.Amendments to regulation 5 (requirements for heat pumps)

  6. 5.Amendments to regulation 10 (requirements regarding funding of plants)

  7. 6.Amendments to regulation 14 (metering requirements)

  8. 7.Amendments to regulation 17 (accreditation applications)

  9. 8.Amendments to regulation 21 (accreditation)

  10. 9.Amendments to regulation 22 (rejection of accreditation applications)

  11. 10.Insertion of Part 3A (Investors)

  12. 11.Amendment to regulation 25 (authorisation)

  13. 12.Amendments to regulation 26 (duty to make RHI payments)

  14. 13.Amendments to regulation 36 (calculation of initial tariffs: calculation of B)

  15. 14.Amendment to regulation 39 (ongoing obligations: general)

  16. 15.Amendments to regulation 40 (ongoing obligations: changes affecting accredited domestic plants)

  17. 16.Amendments to regulation 41 (ongoing obligations: annual declarations)

  18. 17.Insertion of Part 7A (ongoing obligations for RIs)

  19. 18.Amendments to regulation 45 (review of accreditation following notification of a change in circumstances)

  20. 19.Amendments to regulation 46 (changes affecting whether accredited domestic plants must be metered)

  21. 20.Amendments to regulation 48 (changes in ownership of accredited domestic plants)

  22. 21.Amendments to regulation 49 (additional payments where a registered metering and monitoring agreement relates to an accredited domestic plant)

  23. 22.Amendment to regulation 53 (exceptions to duty to give registration)

  24. 23.Insertion of regulation 54A (power to withhold MM payments during investigation) and regulation 54B (power to withhold MM payments in the case of non-compliance)

  25. 24.Amendments to regulation 55 (withdrawal of registration)

  26. 25.Amendments to regulation 57 (power to withhold RHI payments during investigation)

  27. 26.Power to investigate an RI’s status and withhold RHI payments

  28. 27.Amendments to regulation 58 (power to withhold RHI payments in the case of non-compliance)

  29. 28.Amendment to regulation 59 (revocation of accreditation)

  30. 29.Revocation of investor registration

  31. 30.Amendments to regulation 60 (overpayment notices and offsetting)

  32. 31.Amendments to regulation 61 (revocation of sanctions)

  33. 32.Amendments to regulation 62 (right of review)

  34. 33.Amendments to regulation 65 (provision of information to the Authority)

  35. 34.Amendment to regulation 66 (reliance on declarations and other information available to the Authority)

  36. 35.Amendment to regulation 67 (duty to maintain a central register)

  37. 36.Amendment to regulation 68 (duty to publish guidance)

  38. 37.Amendment to regulation 69 (duty to report to the Secretary of State)

  39. 38.Amendment to regulation 70 (duty to provide additional information to the Secretary of State)

  40. 39.Amendment to Part 1 of Schedule 4 (information required from all applicants making an accreditation application)

  41. 40.Information required from all investors making an investor application

  42. 41.Amendment to Schedule 6 (expenditure for individual technologies)

  43. 42.Amendment to Schedule 7 (requirements for metering and monitoring agreements)

  44. Signature

  45. Explanatory Note

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