Change Of The Climate Protection Law And Of The Emission Certificate Act Of 2011

Original Language Title: Änderung des Klimaschutzgesetzes und des Emissionszertifikategesetzes 2011

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128. Federal law be changed with the climate bill and the emission certificate Act 2011

The National Council has decided:

Article 1

Change of the climate protection act

The Federal law on the observance of maximum residue limits of greenhouse gas emissions and the development of effective measures to climate change (climate bill - KSG), Federal Law Gazette I no. 106/2011 as amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 94/2013, is amended as follows:

1 the text of § 10 is preceded by the sales designation (1); the following paragraph 2 is added:

"(2) article 1 of the Federal Act Federal Law Gazette I no. 128/2015 at the end of the day of the by-laws enter into force."

2. the title of Appendix 1 is as follows:

"Levels of greenhouse gas emissions by sector

for the commitment period 2008 to 2012

Million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent

(calculated and 1996 IPCC guidelines according to the revised

for national greenhouse gas inventories)

3. Annex 2 is as follows:

'Appendix 2

Annual levels of greenhouse gas emissions by sector

for the period 2013 to 2020

Million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent

IPCC guidelines (calculated after the 2006

for national greenhouse gas inventories)

 







Sector









2013









2014









2015









2016









2017









2018









2019









2020











Waste management



CRF sectors 1A1a - other fuels; and 6





3.1





3.0





3.0





2.9





2.9





2.8





2.8





2.7









Energy and industry (non-trading)



CRF sectors 1A1 (minus 1A1a - other fuels), 1A2, 1A3e, 1B, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2 G, and 3





7.0





6.9





6.9





6.8





6.7





6.6





6.6





6.5









Fluorinated gases



CRF sectors 2E and 2F





2.2





2.2





2.2





2.2





2.1





2.1





2.1





2.1









Building



CRF sectors 1A4a and 1A4b





10.0





9.7





9.4





9.1





8.8





8.5





8.2





7.9









Agriculture



CRF sectors 1A4c and 4





8.0





8.0





8.0





7.9





7.9





7.9





7.9





7.9









Traffic



CRF sectors 1A3a (excluding CO2), 1A3b, 1A3c, 1A3d and 1A5





22.3





22.3





22.2





22.1





22.0





21.9





21.8





21.7









Total









52.6









52.1









51.5









51.0









50.4









49.9









49.4









48.8









 

Article 2

Change of the emission certificate Act of 2011

The Federal law establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading (emission certificate Act 2011 - 2011 EZG), Federal Law Gazette I no. 118/2011, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 107/2015, is amended as follows:

1. in section 10a subsection 1 No. 3, "Article 14" is replaced by "Article 15".

2. According to section 39, 40 the following paragraph shall be inserted:

"Portability of credits

40. (1) certified emission reductions and emission reduction units for emission reductions until 31 December 2012 took place, which were converted to no. 1 in the register pursuant to § 37 or a conversion are excluded as well as credits in accordance with § 37 Z 2 and 3 be transferred to the trading period 2013 to 2020 if they date 31 August 2015 on an account in the Austrian register of Kyoto are located.

(2) if at the date the amount of certified emission reductions and emission reduction units per type of credit exceeds the number of each 8.594.650 on Kyoto the Republic of Austria and Kyoto accounts plant holders and persons, the credits on accounts by plant owners and persons of a proportional reduction are subject to, so that the maximum quantity is respected."

The following paragraph 6 is added to § 3. 59:

"(6) article 2 of the Federal Act Federal Law Gazette I no. 128/2015 at the end of the day of the by-laws enter into force."

Fischer

Faymann