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23.—(1) The Authority must not accredit an eligible installation unless the applicant has given notice (which the Authority has no reason to believe is incorrect) that, as applicable—
(a)no grant from public funds has been paid or will be paid in respect of any of the costs of purchasing or installing the eligible installation; or
(b)such a grant was paid in respect of an eligible installation which was completed and first commissioned between 15th July 2009 and the date on which these Regulations come into force, and has been repaid to the person or authority who made it.
(2) In this regulation, “grant from public funds” means a grant made by a public authority or by any person distributing funds on behalf of a public authority.
(3) The Authority must not accredit an eligible installation if it has not been commissioned.
(4) The Authority may refuse to accredit an eligible installation if its owner has indicated that one of the applicable ongoing obligations will not be complied with.
(5) The Authority may refuse to accredit a plant which is a component plant within the meaning of regulation 14(2).
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