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Substitution of Schedule 5 (expenditure in relation to individual technologies)

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49.  For Schedule 5 substitute—

Regulations 37C and 37D

SCHEDULE 5Expenditure in relation to individual technologies

PART 1Small biomass plants

Table 1
Small biomass plants
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 14.8 million£ 22.2 million-
31st July 2013£ 16.7 million£ 25.1 million£ 2.9 million
31st October 2013£ 18.7 million£ 28.0 million£ 2.9 million
31st January 2014£ 20.6 million£ 30.9 million£ 2.9 million
30th April 2014£ 22.6 million£ 34.0 million£ 3.1 million
31st July 2014£ 48.8 million£ 58.6 million£ 8.7 million
31st October 2014£ 56.0 million£ 67.2 million£ 8.7 million
31st January 2015£ 63.2 million£ 75.9 million£ 8.7 million
30th April 2015£ 71.1 million£ 85.3 million£ 9.5 million
31st July 2015£ 80.3 million£ 96.4 million£ 11.0 million
31st October 2015£ 89.5 million£ 107.4 million£ 11.0 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 98.7 million£ 118.5 million£ 11.0 million

PART 2Medium biomass plants

Table 2
Medium biomass plants
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 13.4 million£ 20.1 million-
31st July 2013£ 15.5 million£ 23.2 million£ 3.1 million
31st October 2013£ 17.6 million£ 26.3 million£ 3.1 million
31st January 2014£ 19.6 million£ 29.4 million£ 3.1 million
30th April 2014£ 21.8 million£ 32.7 million£ 3.3 million
31st July 2014£ 43.7 million£ 52.5 million£ 6.3 million
31st October 2014£ 49.0 million£ 58.8 million£ 6.3 million
31st January 2015£ 54.2 million£ 65.1 million£ 6.3 million
30th April 2015£ 59.9 million£ 71.8 million£ 6.7 million
31st July 2015£ 66.2 million£ 79.4 million£ 7.6 million
31st October 2015£ 72.5 million£ 87.0 million£ 7.6 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 78.8 million£ 94.5 million£ 7.6 million

PART 3Large biomass plants

Table 3
Large biomass plants
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 23.1 million£ 34.7 million-
31st July 2013£ 27.6 million£ 41.3 million£ 6.6 million
31st October 2013£ 32 million£ 48 million£ 6.7 million
31st January 2014£ 36.4 million£ 54.6 million£ 6.6 million
30th April 2014£ 41.2 million£ 61.8 million£ 7.2 million
31st July 2014£ 10.9 million£ 16.3 million£ 2.2 million
31st October 2014£ 12.4 million£ 18.5 million£ 2.2 million
31st January 2015£ 13.9 million£ 20.8 million£ 2.2 million
30th April 2015£ 15.8 million£ 23.8 million£ 3.0 million
31st July 2015£ 18.8 million£ 28.2 million£ 4.5 million
31st October 2015£ 21.8 million£ 32.7 million£ 4.5 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 24.8 million£ 37.2 million£ 4.5 million

PART 4Heat pumps (except air source heat pumps)

Table 4
Heat pumps (except air source heat pumps) with an installation capacity of less than 100 kWth
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 28.9 million£ 43.4 million-
31st July 2013£ 36.3 million£ 54.4 million£ 11 million
31st October 2013£ 43.6 million£ 65.5 million£ 11.1 million
31st January 2014£ 51 million£ 76.5 million£ 11 million
30th April 2014£ 59.7 million£ 89.5 million£ 13 million
Table 5
Heat pumps (except air source heat pumps) with an installation capacity of 100 kWth and above
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 4.9 million£ 4.9 million-
31st July 2013£ 6 million£ 6 million£ 1.1 million
31st October 2013£ 7.2 million£ 7.2 million£ 1.2 million
31st January 2014£ 8.3 million£ 8.3 million£ 1.1 million
30th April 2014£ 9.6 million£ 9.6 million£ 1.3 million
Table 6
Ground source heat pumps
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 7.4 million£ 11.1 million£ 2.3 million
31st October 2014£ 8.9 million£ 13.3 million£ 2.3 million
31st January 2015£ 10.4 million£ 15.6 million£ 2.3 million
30th April 2015£ 12.6 million£ 18.9 million£ 3.3 million
31st July 2015£ 16.2 million£ 24.2 million£ 5.4 million
31st October 2015£ 19.7 million£ 29.6 million£ 5.4 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 23.3 million£ 35.0 million£ 5.4 million

PART 5Plants using solar collectors

Table 7
Plants using solar collectors
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 4.9 million£ 4.9 million-
31st July 2013£ 6 million£ 6 million£ 1.1 million
31st October 2013£ 7.2 million£ 7.2 million£ 1.2 million
31st January 2014£ 8.3 million£ 8.3 million£ 1.1 million
30th April 2014£ 9.6 million£ 9.6 million£ 1.3 million
31st July 2014£ 3.9 million£ 3.9 million£ 0.8 million
31st October 2014£ 4.7 million£ 4.7 million£ 0.8 million
31st January 2015£ 5.5 million£ 5.5 million£ 0.8 million
30th April 2015£ 6.5 million£ 6.5 million£ 0.9 million
31st July 2015£ 7.5 million£ 7.5 million£ 1.1 million
31st October 2015£ 8.6 million£ 8.6 million£ 1.1 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 9.8 million£ 9.8 million£ 1.1 million

PART 6Producers of biomethane for injection and plants which generate heat from biogas

Table 8
Producers of biomethane for injection and plants which generate heat from biogas
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
30th April 2013£ 12 million£ 18 million-
31st July 2013£ 18.1 million£ 27.2 million£ 9.2 million
31st October 2013£ 24.2 million£ 36.3 million£ 9.1 million
31st January 2014£ 30.3 million£ 45.5 million£ 9.2 million
30th April 2014£ 37 million£ 55.5 million£ 10 million
Table 9
Plants which generate heat from biogas
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 3.9 million£ 3.9 million£ 0.8 million
31st October 2014£ 4.7 million£ 4.7 million£ 0.8 million
31st January 2015£ 5.5 million£ 5.5 million£ 0.8 million
30th April 2015£ 6.5 million£ 6.5 million£ 0.9 million
31st July 2015£ 7.5 million£ 7.5 million£ 1.1 million
31st October 2015£ 8.6 million£ 8.6 million£ 1.1 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 9.8 million£ 9.8 million£ 1.1 million
Table 10
Producers of biomethane for injection
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 41.5 million£ 49.8 million£ 5.1 million
31st October 2014£ 45.9 million£ 55.1 million£ 5.3 million
31st January 2015£ 50.3 million£ 60.4 million£ 5.3 million
30th April 2015£ 57.5 million£ 69.0 million£ 8.6 million
31st July 2015£ 70.2 million£ 84.2 million£ 15.2 million
31st October 2015£ 82.8 million£ 99.4 million£ 15.2 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 95.5 million£ 114.6 million£ 15.2 million

PART 7New biomass CHP systems

Table 11
New solid biomass CHP systems
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 17.9 million£ 26.9 million-
31st October 2014£ 18.8 million£ 28.2 million£ 1.4 million
31st January 2015£ 19.7 million£ 29.6 million£ 1.4 million
30th April 2015£ 22.8 million£ 34.2 million£ 4.7 million
31st July 2015£ 30.3 million£ 45.5 million£ 11.2 million
31st October 2015£ 37.8 million£ 56.7 million£ 11.2 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 45.3 million£ 68.0 million£ 11.2 million

PART 8Deep geothermal plants

Table 12
Deep geothermal plants
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 3.9 million£ 3.9 million-
31st October 2014£ 4.7 million£ 4.7 million£ 0.8 million
31st January 2015£ 5.5 million£ 5.5 million£ 0.8 million
30th April 2015£ 6.5 million£ 6.5 million£ 0.9 million
31st July 2015£ 7.5 million£ 7.5 million£ 1.1 million
31st October 2015£ 8.6 million£ 8.6 million£ 1.1 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 9.8 million£ 9.8 million£ 1.1 million

PART 9Air source heat pumps

Table 13
Air source heat pumps
Assessment dateExpenditure anticipated for subsequent yearExpenditure threshold when calculating C for the purposes of regulation 37AAnticipated increase in expenditure since previous assessment date
31st July 2014£ 12.2 million£ 18.3 million-
31st October 2014£ 14.0 million£ 21.0 million£ 2.7 million
31st January 2015£ 15.8 million£ 23.7 million£ 2.7 million
30th April 2015£ 17.9 million£ 26.8 million£ 3.2 million
31st July 2015£ 20.7 million£ 31.0 million£ 4.2 million
31st October 2015£ 23.4 million£ 35.1 million£ 4.2 million
Any date after 30th January 2016£ 26.2 million£ 39.3 million£ 4.2 million

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