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1. (1) The central FIT register must contain sufficient information to identify each accredited FIT installation.
(2) Information under paragraph (1) must include, in respect of each accredited FIT installation—
(a)the tariff code assigned under article 10;
(b)the unique identifier assigned under article 11;
(c)the site of the installation determined under article 12;
(d)the confirmation date;
(e)whether or not the installation has been extended;
(f)whether or not the installation has been modified (other than by way of an extension which falls within Part 4);
(g)if applicable, the number of the MCS certificate;
(h)the eligible low carbon energy source used;
(i)the total installed capacity;
(j)details of the FIT generator and, if applicable, details of the FIT generator’s nominated recipient;
(k)whether or not an export payment is paid and how that export payment is determined;
(l)the date of the statement of FIT terms;
(m)details of the generation and, if applicable, export meters which apply to the accredited FIT installation, including meter point administration numbers.
2. The central FIT register must contain sufficient information to identify, in respect of each accredited FIT installation,—
(a)the FIT licensee responsible for making FIT payments;
(b)the FIT generator and any nominated recipient to which the FIT licensee makes FIT payments.
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