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The Renewable Transport Fuels and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Regulations 2018

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Substitution of regulation 13

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40.  For regulation 13 (duty to require information from regulated suppliers), substitute—

Duty to require information from regulated suppliers and applicants for GHG credits

13.(1) This regulation applies to—

(a)regulated suppliers, for the purposes of the GHG reporting requirement;

(b)a supplier applying for GHG credits.

(2) Upon request by the Administrator, a supplier to which this regulation applies must provide to the Administrator such of the evidence or information in the Schedule as the Administrator specifies.

(3) When requiring a supplier to provide evidence or information under paragraph (2), the Administrator must impose requirements as to—

(a)the form in which the evidence or information is to be provided;

(b)the methodology to be used in calculating and providing the evidence or information; and

(c)the period within which the evidence or information must be provided.

(4) The Administrator may require a supplier to—

(a)provide such evidence as the Administrator may determine is necessary in order to substantiate information which the supplier is to provide or has provided to the Administrator under this regulation;

(b)provide the Administrator with such information as the Administrator may require for purposes connected with the carrying out of the Administrator’s functions.

(5) In exercising the power under paragraph (4) the Administrator may impose requirements as to—

(a)the form in which the evidence or information must be provided;

(b)the methodology to be used in calculating, compiling and providing the evidence or information; and

(c)the period within which the evidence or information must be provided.

(6) Where the Administrator imposes a requirement under this regulation on a supplier to provide evidence or information, the supplier must—

(a)provide that evidence or information; and

(b)ensure that it is—

(i)accurate; and

(ii)provided in such form, and using such methodology, and within such period, as the Administrator requires.

(7) Nothing in this regulation obliges the Administrator to impose a requirement on a regulated supplier to provide evidence or information to confirm matters previously reported by the same supplier to the Administrator under the RTFO Order.

(8) The power of the Administrator to require a supplier to provide evidence under paragraph (4)(a) includes the power to require the supplier to produce a verifier’s assurance report in relation to any of the following (where the supplier has applied for a GHG credit in relation to any of the following)—

(a)electricity supplied for use in electric road vehicles;

(b)gaseous renewable transport fuel which is to be used only in non-road transports;

(c)RFNBO, in respect of which no RTF certificate has been issued under the RTFO Order;

(d)renewable hydrogen or hydrogen from fossil fuel sources;

(e)renewable transport fuel for use in aviation;

(f)a UER..

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