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The Electricity and Gas (Energy Company Obligation) Order 2014

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introduction

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 Overall carbon emissions reduction target, overall carbon saving community target and overall home heating cost reduction target

    1. 3.Overall carbon emissions reduction target, carbon saving community target and home heating cost reduction target

    2. 4.Definition of a supplier

    3. 5.Article 4: group companies

    4. 6.Notification by suppliers of domestic customers and energy supplied

  4. PART 3 Determining carbon emissions reduction obligations, carbon saving community obligations and home heating cost reduction obligations

    1. 7.Determining a supplier’s carbon emissions reduction obligation, carbon saving community obligation, home heating cost reduction obligation and provisional solid wall minimum requirement

    2. 8.Determining obligations for a supplier who is not a member of a group

    3. 9.Determining obligations for a supplier who is a member of a group

    4. 10.Determining supply

    5. 11.Increasing a supplier’s carbon emissions reduction obligation as a result of the supplier’s failure to achieve its ECO1 CERO target

  5. PART 4 Achievement of obligations, determining savings and surplus actions

    1. 12.Achievement of carbon emissions reduction obligation

    2. 13.A supplier’s solid wall minimum requirement

    3. 14.Achievement of carbon saving community obligation

    4. 15.Actions in specified adjoining areas of low income

    5. 16.Achievement of home heating cost reduction obligation

    6. 17.Notifications of qualifying actions

    7. 18.Determining the carbon saving for a qualifying action

    8. 19.Determining the cost score for a qualifying action

    9. 20.Determining the cost score for a qualifying boiler repair and replacement

    10. 21.Determining the cost score for a gas fuelled qualifying boiler replacement

    11. 22.Determining the cost score for a qualifying electric storage heater repair and replacement

    12. 23.Determining the cost score for heating qualifying actions installed at non-gas fuelled premises

    13. 24.Approval of an appropriate methodology for the carbon saving or cost saving

    14. 25.Attributing the carbon saving or cost score to a qualifying action

    15. 26.Transfers of qualifying actions

    16. 27.Surplus actions

    17. 28.Determining the carbon saving for a surplus action

    18. 29.Determining the cost score for a surplus action

    19. 30.Transfers of surplus actions

  6. PART 5 Enforcement

    1. 31.Final determination and reporting

    2. 32.Information from suppliers

    3. 33.Publication of energy savings achieved by suppliers and provision of information to the Secretary of State by suppliers

    4. 34.Enforcement

  7. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      AFFORDABLE WARMTH GROUP ELIGIBILITY

      1. 1.The benefits referred to in the definition of affordable warmth...

      2. 2.In paragraph 1 “qualifying child” means, in relation to a...

      3. 3.In paragraph 1— (a) “qualifying component” means—

      4. 4.(1) Where the award of universal credit is—

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      IN-USE FACTORS

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Qualifying warranties for replacement boilers

      1. 1.The requirements for a qualifying warranty are as follows.

      2. 2.Subject to paragraphs 3 and 4, the warranty must provide...

      3. 3.The warranty is not required to provide for the rectification...

      4. 4.The following persons are referred to in paragraph 3(b)—

      5. 5.The warranty must be accompanied by a declaration from the...

      6. 6.In paragraph (2)(a), “design”, in relation to a boiler, means...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      DOMESTIC PREMISES WHICH ARE NOT PRIVATE DOMESTIC PREMISES

      1. 1.(1) Domestic premises in England or Wales are not “private...

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      CONVERSION FACTORS FOR SURPLUS ACTIONS THAT ARE TO BE CREDITED AGAINST A SUPPLIER’S TOTAL HOME HEATING COST REDUCTION OBLIGATION

      1. 1.The following table has effect for the purpose of determining...

      2. 2.In this Schedule— (a) a measure is installed at non-gas...

  8. Explanatory Note

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