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(1)This section applies if a target is designated under section 4.
(2)Section 1 of the Sustainable Energy Act 2003 (c. 30) (annual reports on progress towards sustainable energy aims) applies in relation to every relevant sustainable energy report as if after subsection (1B) there were inserted—
“(1BA)The report must also include such information as the Secretary of State considers appropriate about things done during the reporting period for the purpose of meeting any target designated under section 4 of the Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act 2006 (national targets for microgeneration).”,
and as if, in subsection (1C), for “subsection (1A)” there were substituted “ subsections (1A) and (1BA) ”.
(3)For the purposes of this section—
(a)a sustainable energy report is a relevant sustainable energy report in relation to a target designated under subsection (1) of section 4 if the reporting period to which the report relates includes the period, or any part of the period, to which the target relates,
(b)a target designated under subsection (1) of that section relates to the period beginning when it is designated and ending with the target date (within the meaning of that section),
(c)“reporting period”, in relation to a sustainable energy report, has the meaning given by section 1 of the Sustainable Energy Act 2003, and
(d)“sustainable energy report” means a sustainable energy report which is required to be published under that section.
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