Under regulation 20FC of the
Renewable Energy (Electricity) Regulations 2001, the nominated person for a power station may apply to have the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit redistributed between two or more power stations.
A nominated person may also apply to have the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit varied for a year for an accredited power station under Section 30G of the
Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000 and Regulation 20FC.
The application for the redistribution of 2008 waste coal mine gas limits between accredited power stations form must be completed and lodged with the Clean Energy Regulator no later than 30 September before the year the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit may be varied. All applications must include:
Refer to Regulation 20 FB (3) for more information on the application. This form can be used to apply to vary the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit for year 2015 onwards.
The Clean Energy Regulator may vary the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit for a year for two or more accredited power stations if:
Under section 66 of the Act, a determination varying the 2008 waste coal mine gas limit for an accredited power station is a reviewable decision. Requests to reconsider the decision must be made in writing to the Clean Energy Regulator within 60 days of the decision. For more information about the redistribution of 2008 waste coal mine gas limits
contact the Clean Energy Regulator.
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