On Sustainability Criteria Of Biofuels

Original Language Title: o kritériích udržitelnosti biopaliv

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351/2012 Coll.
GOVERNMENT REGULATION


Dated October 3, 2012

On sustainability criteria of biofuels

Government directs pursuant to § 20 para. 7 and § 21 para. 13 of Law no. 201/2012
Coll., On Air Protection (hereinafter the "Act")

§ 1
Subject Matter


This regulation implements the relevant regulations of the European Union ^ 1) and provides
sustainability criteria for biofuels, quality system requirements and system
mass balance requirements declarations and partial declaration of conformity
with sustainability criteria and requirements independent
statement growers of biomass, including biomass growers documentation requirements
according to § 21 para. 9 of the Act, particulars of certificates pursuant to § 21 para. 1 to 3
law, the fundamental value of GHG emissions for fossil fuels
and content of reports on emissions.

§ 2
Sustainability criteria


(1) biofuels meet sustainability criteria, if

A) show a saving of greenhouse gas emissions pursuant to paragraph 3,

B) biomass used for their production meets the requirements set out in paragraphs
4-7 and

C) biomass used to produce them was grown in accordance with
requirements and standards under common rules for direct support schemes
under the common agricultural policy of the European Union ^ 2) in the case of biomass
grown on the territory of a Member State of the European Union.

(2) Biofuels produced from waste ^ 3) or residues that come from
agriculture, aquaculture, fisheries and forestry, meet the criteria of sustainability
if you have a savings of greenhouse gas emissions by
paragraph 3.

(3) greenhouse gas emission saving in the use of biofuels meeting sustainability criteria
compared to emissions of greenhouse gases in the
throughout the life cycle of the fossil fuels must be at least


A) 35% by 31 December 2016

B) 50% from 1 January 2017

C) 60% from 1 January 2018 in the case of biofuels produced in the stationary
resources put into service January 1, 2017 or later.

The greenhouse gas emissions from biofuels shall be determined by
§ 3. The value of greenhouse gas emissions throughout the life cycle
reference fossil fuels set out in Section 3
Part B of Annex no. 1 to this Regulation.

(4) Biomass meeting the sustainability criteria must come from the soil
high biodiversity value. Land with high biodiversity value
to a land that was on 1 January 2008 or later
one of those statuses, regardless of whether he still has yet
or not: | ||
A) forest and other wooded land of native species where there are no
visible signs of human activity and are not significantly disturbed
ecological processes

B) areas set

First Act on nature and landscape protection; 4)
implementing regulation or by the competent authority for nature protection purposes, or

Second European Commission decision under Article. 7c paragraph. 5 in conjunction with Art.
paragraph 7b. 3 point. b) ii) of Directive 2009/30 / EC in order to protect
rare, threatened or endangered ecosystems or species

If biomass cultivation interferes with those nature protection purposes,

C) highly biodiverse grassland, and it

First grassland which, without human intervention
retained as such and which maintains the natural species composition and ecological characteristics and processes
,

Second stands that are left without human intervention
maintained as grassland and species-rich and not degraded, unless
proved that harnessing biomass is necessary to preserve the status
grass stands.

The highly biodiverse grasslands are considered areas with
occurrence of habitats listed in Annex no. 2 to this Order, unless
European Commission issued a measure on the basis of Article. 7b paragraph. 3, second subparagraph of
2009/30 / EC stipulates otherwise.

(5) Biomass meeting the sustainability criteria can not be grown on
land with high carbon stock. Land with high carbon stock soil,
which was the date of 1 January 2008, one of these statuses and already it has
:

A) wetlands, which means land that is covered or saturated by water permanently
or for a significant part of the year,

B) surface area larger than one hectare with trees higher than 5 meters and
covering of the crown cover of more than 30%, or trees able to

Reach those thresholds in a given location,

C) surface area larger than one hectare with trees higher than 5 meters and
covering of the crown between 10 and 30%, or trees able to reach
those limits at a given location, unless it is shown that, when exercising
method of calculation set out in part B of Annex no. 1 hereto is
carbon stock of the area before there was land conversion and
after her conversion, such that the conditions set out in paragraph 3 were met.

(6) Biomass meeting the sustainability criteria can not come from land
which, on 1 January 2008 peat, if it is proved that
its cultivation and harvesting does not involve drainage of previously undrained soil
.

§ 3

Method of determining GHG savings

(1) To determine the greenhouse gas savings applies

A) standard values ​​greenhouse gases listed in Part A
Annex no. 1 hereto,

B) the calculation of the actual values ​​recorded in the manner specified in Part B
Annex no. 1 hereto, or

C) the calculation formula set out in paragraph 1 of Part B of Annex no. 1 to this Order
using some sub-standard values ​​
emissions of greenhouse gases for biofuels set out in Part C of Annex no. 1 to
this Regulation.

(2) Default values ​​pursuant to paragraph 1. a)
can be used only if the value of the annual greenhouse gas emissions from changes in supply
carbon-induced land-use change calculated in the manner described in point 6
Part B of Annex no. 1 hereto less than or equal to zero .
Default values ​​for items 1-24 in Part A and sub
default values ​​for cultivation in items 1-18 in Section 1
Part C of Annex no. 1 hereto may be used if biomass

A) cultivated outside the European Union Member States,

B) grown in the EU Member States in areas that are
list referred to in Article. 19 paragraph. 2 of Directive 2009/28 / EC or Article.
7d paragraph. 2 of Directive 2009/30 / EC, or

C) waste or residue that does not come from agriculture, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries
.

(3) If the biomass grown on arable land-5), which had the statute of arable land
prior to January 1, 2008, the annual greenhouse gas emissions from changes in carbon stock
induced land-use change considered zero.

§ 4

The production value of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel materials


The production value of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel
mass is 83.8 gCO2ekv / MJ.

§ 5

Contain particulars emission reports

Report on emissions must include the following information:

A) the total volume of each type of fuel delivered, indicating where
purchase and its origin and

B) the amount of greenhouse gas emissions per unit of energy contained in the fuel delivered
observed during the full life-cycle powerplant
materials, including breakdowns on different types of fuel delivered.

§ 6

Quality system and mass balance

(1) The quality system shall at any time be able to demonstrate
origin biomass intermediates and biofuels, and must include

A) implementation and reporting mass balance system fully
proving the origin of biomass intermediates or themselves
biofuels meeting sustainability criteria into their mixing with products that do not meet
sustainability criteria

B) keeping records of incoming and outgoing products and their registration
linking to adopt a separate statement, adopted and issued partial
declaration of conformity and adopted and issued a declaration of conformity with the criteria
sustainability

C) keeping the registers under subparagraph b) for at least 5 years and

D) accounting of internal processes, ensuring the accuracy and robustness of
procedures under a) and b).

(2) The mass balance system allows the supply of biomass
intermediates and biofuels that meet sustainability criteria by
§ 2, were mixed, although they have a different
emissions of greenhouse gases, and must ensure

A) information regarding the weight and emissions of greenhouse gases at various inbound
biomass or biofuel
intermediates were part of the documentation accompanying the mix


B) the sum of the weights and the production of greenhouse gas emissions in the supply
meeting the sustainability criteria added to the mixture
equal to or greater than the sum of the weight and the production of greenhouse gases
supply meeting the sustainability criteria withdrawn from the mixture;
this balance must always be closed no later than the last day of validity of the certificate
according to § 21 para. 1-3 of the Act, but not earlier than 30 days
before it expired; inbound and outbound deliveries biomass or biofuel
intermediates that were purchased or sold after the closing date
mass balance until the last day of validity of the certificate
inclusive, are included in the following balance period

C) in the case of mixing products meeting the sustainability criteria according
§ 2 with products that meet these criteria, the number of sustainable products
added into the mix was found in advance and quantity of products
to be removed from the mixture and to serve as
products that meet the sustainability criteria under § 2, it was higher than the amount
sustainable products added to the mixture.

(3) The requirements for registration are set out in Part A of Annex no. 3 to this
regulation.

(4) The requirements for registration of producers of biomass are set out in Part B
Annex no. 3 to this Order.

§ 7

Requirements document

(1) Requirements for certification are set out in Part A of Annex no. 4 to
hereto.

(2) Requirements for separate declaration growers of biomass to meet
sustainability criteria, requirements for partial declaration of compliance with
sustainability criteria and requirements of the declaration of conformity with the criteria
sustainability are set out in sections B through D of Annex .
4 to this Regulation.

§ 8
Transitional provisions


(1) Biomass grown in the European Union by 31 December 2011
including biomass is considered as meeting the sustainability criteria.

(2) Biofuels and liquid or gaseous products for the production of biofuels
produced in the European Union until 31 December 2011 inclusive are considered
biofuels and intermediates meeting the sustainability criteria.

(3) biofuels produced in stationary sources put into operation
before 24 January 2008, the savings according to § 2 para. 3 point. a)
apply from 1 April 2013.

§ 9
Repealing provisions


Decree no. 446/2011 Coll., On sustainability criteria for biofuels is
repealed.

§ 10
Efficiency


This regulation comes into force on 1 November 2012.
Prime Minister
:

RNDr. Nečas

Minister of the Environment

Mgr. Cottage vr
Appendix 1


OF DETERMINING greenhouse gas savings over the whole life

CYCLE OF BIOFUELS
A.

Standard values ​​
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Biofuel emissions Standard Standard
values ​​of greenhouse gas savings
emissions [gCO2ekv / MJ]
greenhouse
Gas
-------- -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ----------------------------------------
The first sugar beet ethanol 52% 40
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | Second wheat ethanol (process fuel not specified) 16% 70
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ -
3rd wheat ethanol (lignite as process fuel in CHP plant) 16% 70
-------- ---------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------- ---------------------------------------- ------
4th wheat ethanol (natural gas as process fuel in conventional boiler) 34% 55
-------- --------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- -------
5th wheat ethanol (natural gas as process fuel in CHP plant) 47% 44
-------- --------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- -------
6th wheat ethanol (straw as process fuel in CHP plant) 69% 26
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
7th Ethanol from corn produced in the European Union (natural gas as process fuel 49% 43
cogeneration unit)
-------- -------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ --------------
8th sugar cane ethanol 71% 24
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 9. Distribution of renewable sources of ethyl-t. butyl ether (ETBE) as well as the same
for the production of the manufacturing process
used procedure used for
ethanol for ethanol ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- ------------------------------------------
10 Proportion of renewable targets. amylethyletheru (TAEE) Same as Same as
for the production of the manufacturing process
used procedure used for
ethanol for ethanol ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- ------------------------------------------
11th rape seed biodiesel 38% 52
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 12th sunflower biodiesel 51% 41
-------- ------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- - ----------------------------------------------
13th Biodiesel Soybean 31% 58
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 14th palm oil biodiesel (process not specified) 19% 68
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ -
15th palm oil biodiesel (process with methane capture mill) 56% 37
-------- ---------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------- ---------------------------------------- ------
16th biodiesel from waste vegetable or animal oil *) 83% 14 ------------------------- --------
-------------------------------------------------- ------- ------------------------------------------- ---
17th hydrotreated vegetable oil from rape seed 47% 44 --------------------------- --------
-------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------- ----- -
18th hydrotreated vegetable oil from sunflower 62% 32
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------------------
19th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil (process not specified) 26% 62
-------- ----------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------- --------- -----
20th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil (process sezachycováním 65% 29
methane production)
-------- ----------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- -----------
21st pure vegetable oil from rape seed 57% 36
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------------------
22nd biogas from organic municipal waste as compressed natural gas 73% 23 ------------------------- --------
-------------------------------------------------- ------- ------------------------------------------- ---
23rd biogas from wet manure as compressed natural gas 81% 16
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ -
24th biogas from dry manure as compressed natural gas 82% 15
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ -
25th wheat straw ethanol 85% 13
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 26th waste wood ethanol 74% 22
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
27th farmed wood ethanol 70% 25
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 28th Diesel Fischer-Tropsch synthesis from waste wood 95% 4
-------- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------ -------- ----
29th Diesel Fischer-Tropsch synthesis from trees grown 93% 6
-------- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------ -------- ----
30th Dimethyl ether (DME) from waste wood 95% 5
-------- --------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------- ----- -
31st DME from farmed wood 92% 7
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------------------
32. waste wood methanol 94% 5
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------------- || | 33. Methanol from farmed wood 91% 7
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------------------
34. The share of renewable sources of methyl-tert. butyl ether (MTBE) Same as Same as
of the manufacturing
manufacturing process for process methanol
for methanol
-------- ------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------- ----- -----------------------------------------

*) Not including animal oil, respectively. oil produced from the by
animal by-products classified as category 3 material in accordance with Regulation
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1069/2009 of
21 October 2009 on health rules for animal by-products | || animal origin not intended for human consumption and repealing
Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 (the Regulation on animal by-products of animal origin
). OJ. lead. L 300, 14 November 2009, p. 1.

B.

Method of calculating greenhouse gas emissions throughout the entire life cycle of biofuels


First Greenhouse gas emissions from the production and use of biofuels shall be calculated as follows
:

EB = eec + el + ep + etd + eu - esca - eccs - eccr - eee
Where
:

EB = total emissions of greenhouse gases during the entire lifecycle of biofuels
;

Eec = emissions of greenhouse gases from cultivation and harvesting of biomass;

El = annual greenhouse gas emissions from carbon stock changes caused by land-use change
;

Ep = greenhouse gas emissions from processing;

Etd = emissions of greenhouse gases from transport and distribution;

Eu = emissions of greenhouse gases from the burning of biofuels;

Esca = emission savings of greenhouse gases caused by the accumulation of carbon in the soil
thanks to improved agricultural practices;

Eccs = saving greenhouse gas capture and geological storage of carbon
;

Eccr = savings in greenhouse gas emissions through the capture and reimbursement
carbon dioxide;

Eee = GHG emissions savings from excess electricity from
combined heat and power;

Greenhouse gas emissions from the production of machinery and equipment is
ignored.

Second Total emissions of greenhouse gases during the entire life cycle of biofuels
, EB, are expressed as grams of CO2 equivalent per megajoule of biofuel
[gCO2ekv / MJ].

Third Greenhouse gas emission savings from biofuels
is calculated as follows:

SAVING = (EF - EB) / EF
Where
:

EB = total greenhouse gas emissions from biofuels and

EF = total greenhouse gas emissions from the fossil fuel
matter.

The EF, the fossil fuel is 83.8 gCO2ekv / MJ.

Fourth Greenhouse gases for the purposes of point 1 shall be CO2, N2O and CH4.

For the purpose of calculating CO2 equivalence, these gases following values:
CO2
1

N2O: 296

CH4: 23


Fifth Greenhouse gas emissions from biomass cultivation, eec, shall include emissions
derived from the cultivation process itself, obtaining (harvesting)
biomass from waste and leakages (losses) and emissions from the production of chemicals
substances or products used in cultivation. Capture CO2 in the cultivation of biomass
not included. Greenhouse gas emissions from cultivation
are influenced mainly by seed type, amount and type of used
fertilizers and pesticides, fuel consumption, emissions and yield of crops
N2O from the soil.

6th The annual GHG emissions from carbon stock changes caused
land-use change, el, shall be calculated by dividing total emissions equally
twenty years. For the calculation of these emissions the following rule applies
:

El = (CSR - CSA) x 3.664 x 1/20 x 1 / P -eB
Where
:

El = annual greenhouse gas emissions from carbon stock changes caused by land-use change
expressed as mass of CO2-equivalent per unit
biofuel energy gCO2ekv / MJ;

CSR = carbon stock per unit area associated with the reference land use
(measured as mass of carbon per unit area, including both soil and vegetation
). For reference land use shall be the land use in
January 2008 or 20 years before the raw material was obtained, whichever figure is
date;

CSA = the carbon stock per unit area associated with the actual land use
(measured as mass of carbon per unit area, including both soil and vegetation
). In cases where the carbon stock accumulates over
than one year, the value attributed to CSA shall be the estimated
stock per unit area after twenty years or when the crop
maturity, and accordingly, which ever occurs first;

P = the productivity of the crop (measured as the energy contained in the biofuel
per unit area per year)

EB = bonus of 29 gCO2ekv / MJ biofuel if biomass is obtained from
restored degraded land under the conditions set out in point 7th

7th The bonus of 29 g CO 2eq / MJ is assigned if it is proven that the land concerned
:

A) have been in January 2008 used for agriculture or any other activity and


B) falls into one of these categories:

First severely degraded land, including such land
formerly used for agricultural purposes;

Second heavily contaminated land.

The bonus of 29 g CO 2eq / MJ shall apply for a maximum period of 10 years from the date
conversion of land to agricultural use, and provided
that a steady increase in carbon stocks as well as a substantial reduction
soil erosion falling under section 1 and to reduce contamination of land falling into
item 2.

8th Categories mentioned in point 7. b) are defined as follows:

A) "severely degraded land" means land that have been around for a considerable period
significantly salinated or presented significantly low organic matter content
and has been severely eroded;

B) "heavily contaminated land" means land that is not due to contamination
suitable for the cultivation of food and feed.

Such land shall include land that has been the subject of a Commission decision in accordance with Article
. 7c paragraph. 4 of the fourth paragraph of Directive 2009/30 / EC.

9th The calculation of land carbon stocks CSR and CSA is carried out according to the instructions
set out in the Commission Decision no. 2010/335 / EU on guidelines for the calculation
land carbon stocks for the purpose of Annex V to Directive 2009/28 / EC of 10th June 2010.


10th Greenhouse gas emissions from processing, ep, shall include emissions from
processing itself; from waste and leakages from the production
chemical substances or products used in processing.

In accounting for the consumption of electricity not produced within
device producing the respective biofuel, it is assumed that the intensity
greenhouse gas emissions from the production and distribution of electricity equals
average emission intensity of the production and distribution
electricity in the region. Manufacturers may exceptionally electricity produced separate
device generating electricity use an average value for
the device when not connected to the electricity grid.

11th Greenhouse gas emissions from transport and distribution, etd, shall include
emissions from the transport and storage of raw and semi-finished and the
storage and distribution of finished product. This paragraph does not apply to

Emissions from transport and distribution taken into account under section 5 as those from
cultivation.

12th Greenhouse gas emissions from the use of biofuels, the EU,
considered equal to zero.

13th Savings Greenhouse gas emission capture and geological storage of carbon
eccs already been accounted for in ep,
be limited to emissions avoided through the capture and sequestration of emitted CO2
directly related to the obtaining,
transport, processing and distribution of biofuels.

14th GHG savings capture and
replacing carbon eccr are limited to emissions avoided through
capture of CO2 of which the carbon originates from biomass and which is used to compensate
CO2 from fossil fuels used in connection with
commercial products and services.

15th Greenhouse gas emission savings from excess electricity
from cogeneration of heat and electricity, eee, shall be taken into account in
relation to the excess electricity generated in plants
on biofuel cogeneration, except in cases
where the fuel used for the cogeneration is a co-product that is not
agricultural crop residue. In accounting for this excess electricity
power it is assumed that a given cogeneration unit has at least
capacity needed to supply the heat necessary for the production of biofuels
. Greenhouse gas emission savings associated with this excess electricity
are considered to be equal to the amount of greenhouse gases
that would be emitted when an equal amount of electricity
power plant using the same fuel as the cogeneration unit.

16th In cases where the biofuel production process arises
one or more other products (hereinafter referred to as "co-product"), the greenhouse gas emissions
divided between biofuel or its intermediate and
co-products in proportion to their energy content (u
co-products other than electricity provided as
lower heating value).

17th For purposes of the calculation referred to in paragraph 16 is thus divided
emissions are calculated as: eec + el + those fractions of ep, etd and eee that arise during
actions preceding manufacturing step, in which a co
product in this production step. If any of the previous
production life cycle steps to co- products
associated emissions of greenhouse gases will be used for this purpose instead of the total of emissions
a proportion of those emissions assigned intermediate
biofuels produced in the last these production steps.

For the purposes of this calculation to all co-products, including
electricity that is not subject to the provisions of paragraph 15, except
agricultural crop residues, including straw, bagasse, husks, cobs and
nutshell. Negative energy content of secondary
products for the purposes of calculating the deemed zero.

Emissions of greenhouse gases from waste, agricultural crop residues, including
straw, bagasse, husks, cobs and nut shells, and residues
that come from processing chains, including crude glycerine
(glycerine that is not refined), shall be considered in the whole life cycle
these wastes and residues until their acquisition at zero.

18th For the purpose of calculating greenhouse gas emissions from growing and harvesting
biomass (eec) from processing (ep), from transport and distribution (ETD)
emission savings from excess electricity from cogeneration of heat and electricity
(eee) and annual greenhouse gas emissions from changes in supply
carbon-induced land-use change (e1) applies energy content
most common biofuels and fossil fuels specified in part D
.

C.

Sub-standard GHG emissions for biofuels

First Sub-standard values ​​for cultivation: "eec"
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- --------
Biofuel standard issue
GHG
[GCO2ekv / MJ]
-------- ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ -
------------- The first sugar beet ethanol 12
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
Second wheat ethanol 23
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- --------
3rd Ethanol from corn produced in the European Union 20
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
4th sugar cane ethanol 14
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
5. Share of renewable sources of ethyl tert-butyl ether (ETBE) Equal to
manufacturing process
used for ethanol ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------
6. The share of renewable targets. amylethyletheru (TAEE) Equal to
manufacturing process
used for ethanol ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------
7th rape seed biodiesel 29
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
8th sunflower biodiesel 18 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
9th biodiesel from soybeans 19
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
10th palm oil biodiesel 14
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
11th biodiesel from waste vegetable or animal oil *) 0
-------- --------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ----- ---------------
12th hydrotreated vegetable oil from rape seed 30
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
13th hydrotreated vegetable oil from sunflower 18
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
14th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil 15
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
15th Pure vegetable oil from rape seed 30
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
16th biogas from organic municipal waste such as natural gas 0
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------
17th Biogas from wet manure as natural gas 0
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
18th biogas from dry manure as natural gas 0
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
19th wheat straw ethanol 3
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
20th Ethanol from waste wood
-------- 1 -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
21st farmed wood ethanol 6
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
22nd Diesel Fischer-Tropsch synthesis from waste wood 1
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ------
23rd Diesel Fischer-Tropsch synthesis from cultivated 4
trees
-------- -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ---------
24th DME waste wood
-------- 1 -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
25th DME farmed wood 5
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
26th waste wood methanol 1
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
27th farmed wood methanol 5
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
28th The share of renewable sources of methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) Equal
in the manufacturing process for methanol

-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------


*) Not including animal oil, respectively. oil produced from the by
animal by-products classified as category 3 material in accordance with Regulation
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1069/2009 of
21 October 2009 on health rules for animal by-products | || animal origin not intended for human consumption and repealing
Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 (the Regulation on animal by-products of animal origin
). OJ. lead. L 300, 14 November 2009, p. 1.

Second Sub-standard values ​​for processing (including excess electricity
): "ep - eee"
-------- -------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------------ ---------------
Biofuel Standard
emissions
greenhouse
gas
[GCO2ekv / MJ]
-------- ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ -
------------- The first sugar beet ethanol 26
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
Second wheat ethanol (process fuel not specified) 45
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------
3rd wheat ethanol (lignite as process fuel in CHP plant) 45
-------- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- --------------- --------
4th wheat ethanol (natural gas as process fuel in conventional boiler) 30
-------- ----------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------- ---------------
5th wheat ethanol (natural gas as process fuel in CHP plant) 19
-------- ----------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------- ---------------
6th wheat ethanol (straw as process fuel in CHP plant) 1
-------- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- --------------- --------
7th Ethanol from corn produced in the European Union (natural gas as process fuel 21
in CHP plant)
-------- ---------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------
8th sugar cane ethanol
-------- 1 -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
9. Distribution of renewable sources of ethyl tert-butyl ether (ETBE) Equal
u production
procedure
used
for ethanol
-------- ------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------- ----- ----------
10 Proportion of renewable terc.amylethyletheru (TAEE) Equal
u production
procedure
used
for ethanol
-------- ------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------- ----- ----------
11th rape seed biodiesel 22
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
12th sunflower biodiesel 22 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
13th Biodiesel from soybeans 26
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
14th palm oil biodiesel (process not specified) 49
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------
15th palm oil biodiesel (process with methane capture at the factory) 18
-------- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- --------------- --------
16th biodiesel from waste vegetable or animal oil *) 13 --------------------------- --------
-------------------------------------------------- ----- ---------------
17th hydrotreated vegetable oil from rape seed 13
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
18th hydrotreated vegetable oil from sunflower 13
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
19th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil (process 42
specified)
-------- ---------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ----------
20th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil (process with methane capture
9 mill)
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- --------
21st pure vegetable oil from rape seed 5
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
22nd biogas from organic municipal waste such as natural gas 20
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------
23rd biogas from wet manure as natural gas 11
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
24th biogas from dry manure as natural gas 11
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
25th Ethanol from wheat straw 7
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
26th Ethanol from wood 17 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
27th Diesel Fischer-Tropsch synthesis from waste wood 0
-------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ------
28th of wood DME 0 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
29th wood methanol 0 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
30th The share of renewable sources of methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) Equal
u used
production
procedure
methanol
-------- -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ---------

*) Not including animal oil, respectively. oil produced from the by
animal by-products classified as category 3 material in accordance with Regulation
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1069/2009 of
21 October 2009 on health rules for animal by-products | || animal origin not intended for human consumption and repealing
Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 (the Regulation on animal by-products of animal origin
). OJ. lead. L 300, 14 November 2009, p. 1.

Third Sub-standard values ​​for transport and distribution: "etd"
--------------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------- ------- --------
Biofuel standard issue
GHG
[GCO2ekv / MJ]
-------- ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ -
------------- The first sugar beet ethanol 2
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
Second wheat ethanol 2 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
3rd Ethanol from corn produced in the European Union 2
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
4th sugar cane ethanol 9
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
5. Share of renewable sources of ethyl tert-butyl ether (ETBE) Equal to the production
procedure used for ethanol

-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
6. The share of renewable terc.amylethyletheru (TAEE) Equal to the production
postupupoužitého for
Ethanol
-------- -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ---------
7th biodiesel from rapeseed
-------- 1 -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
8th sunflower biodiesel 1 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- - --------------
9th biodiesel from soybeans 13
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
10th palm oil biodiesel 5
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
11th biodiesel from waste vegetable or animal oil *) 1
-------- --------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ----- ---------------

12th hydrotreated vegetable oil from rape seed 1
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
13th hydrotreated vegetable oil from sunflower 1
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
14th hydrotreated vegetable oil from palm oil 5
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
15th Pure vegetable oil from rape seed 1
-------- ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------
16th biogas from organic municipal waste such as natural gas 3
-------- ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------
17th Biogas from wet manure as natural gas 5
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
18th biogas from dry manure as natural gas 4
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- --------------- ---
19th wheat straw ethanol 2
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
20th waste wood ethanol 4
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
21st farmed wood ethanol 2
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
22nd Diesel Fischer-Tropsch 3
waste wood ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------
23rd Diesel Fischer-Tropsch 2
farmed wood ------------------------------------ --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------
24th from waste wood DME 4
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
25th DME farmed wood 2
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
26th waste wood methanol 4
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
27th farmed wood methanol 2
-------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------
28th The share of renewable sources of methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) Equal to that of
manufacturing process for
methanol
-------- -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ---------

*) Not including animal oil, respectively. oil produced from the by
animal by-products classified as category 3 material in accordance with Regulation
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1069/2009 of
21 October 2009 on health rules for animal by-products | || animal origin not intended for human consumption and repealing
Regulation (EC) no. 1774/2002 (the Regulation on animal by-products of animal origin
). OJ. lead. L 300, 14 November 2009, p. 1.

D.

The energy content of the most widely used biofuels and fossil fuels
--------------------------------------- --------
-------------------------------------------
The energy content of the fuel energy Energy
Content content
(Bottom (lower heating value
) calorific value)
[MJ / kg] [MJ / l]
-------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---
1st Ethanol 27 21
Second Ethyl tert-butyl ether (ETBE) * 36 27
Third Methanol 20 16
Fourth Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) ** 35 26
Fifth Dimethyl ether (DME) 28 19
6th Terc.amylethylether (TAEE) *** 38 29
7th Butanol 33 27
8th Biodiesel 37 33
9th Diesel Fischer-Tropsch 44 34
synthesis
10th hydrotreated vegetable oil 44 34
11. The pure vegetable oil 37 34
12th Biogas 50 -

13th Gasoline 43 32
14th Diesel 43 36 --------------------------------- --------
------------------------------------------------- | ||

* At 37% share of renewable energy sources **, while 22% share of renewable
, at *** 29% share of renewable
Appendix 2


Highly biodiverse grasslands in accordance with § 2 para. 4 point. c)

Notes:

In parentheses following the name of the habitat is given a code according to the Catalogue
habitat Czech Republic issued by the Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape
(Smart, M. et al., 2010), followed by a slash code habitat type || | accordance with Annex I to Council Directive 92/43 / EEC on the conservation of natural habitats
wild species and flora (habitats Directive
), which is associated habitat.

A.

The grasslands in accordance with § 2 para. 4 point. c) 1 are considered areas with
occurrence of these natural habitats:

First Alpine grasslands (A1)

01.01 Blowing alpine grasslands (A1.1 / 6150)

02.01 Participating alpine grasslands (A1.2 / 6150)

Second Alpine and subalpine heathland vegetation (A2)

02.01 Alpine Heath (A2.1 / 4060)

02.02 Cranberry subalpine vegetation (A2.2 / 4060)

Third Snow výležiska (A3 / 6150)

Fourth Tall-subalpine vegetation (A4)

04.01 Vysokostébelné subalpine grasslands (A4.1 / 6430)

04.02 Subalpine tall-plains (A4.2 / 6430)

04.03 Subalpine fern floodplain (A4.3 / 6430)

Fifth Rock vegetation Sudeten cirques (A5 / 8220)

6th Acidophilous alpine vegetation, rocks and offal (A6 / 8110, 8220)

7th Dwarf pine (A7 / 4070)

8th Subalpine deciduous shrubs (A8)

08.01 Subalpine scrub with Lapland willow (Salix lapponum


) (A8.1 / 4080)

08.02 High subalpine deciduous shrubs (A8.2 / 4080)

9th Mountain Nardus grasslands with the Alpine species (T2.2 / 6230)

10th Rock vegetation with the fescue (Festuca pallens


) (T3.1 ​​/ 6190)

11th Pěchavové lawns (T3.2 / 6190)

12th Efemera vegetation and succulents (T6)

1.12 Acidified vegetation ephemera and succulents (T6.1 / 8230)

2.12 Basiphillic efemera vegetation and succulents (T6.2 / 6110)

13th Brusnicová vegetation, rocks and offal (T8.3 / 4030)

B.

The grasslands in accordance with § 2 para. 4 point. c) paragraph 2 shall be the area with
occurrence of these natural habitats:

First Grassland (T1)

01.01 Mesic Arrhenatherum meadows (T1.1 / 6510)

02.01 Montane meadows (T1.2 / 6520)

03.01 Buckwheat pastures (T1.3 / -)

04.01 Alluvial meadow foxtail (T1.4 / -)

05.01 Wet Cirsium meadows (T1.5 / -)

01.06 Filipendula wet heathland (T1.6 / 6430)

07.01 Continental flooded meadows (T1.7 / 6440)

08.01 Continental tall-vegetation (T1.8 / 6430)

09.01 Alternately Molinia wet meadows (T1.9 / 6410)

1.10 The vegetation of disturbed soil moist (T1.10 / -)

Second Nardus grasslands (T2)

02.01 Subalpine Nardus grasslands (T2.1 / 6230)

02.02 Foothill and mountain Nardus grasslands (T2.3 / 6230)

Third Dry grasslands (T3)

03.01 Leaved dry grasslands (T3.3 / 6240, 6250, 6210, 6210)

03.02 Broad-dry grasslands (T3.4 / 6210, 6210, 5130)

03.03 Acidophilous dry grasslands (t3.5 / 6210, 6210)

Fourth Forest fringe (T4)

04.01 Dry herbal hems (T4.1 / -)

04.02 Mesophilic herbal hems (T4.2 / -)

Fifth Lawns sandbars and shallow soils (T5)

05.01 Annual vegetation sandbars (T5.1 / 2330)

05.02 Open grassland sandbars with a gray paličkovcem (


Corynephorus canescens) (T5.2 / 2330)

05.03 Fescue lawns sandbars (T5.3 / 2330)

05.04 Pannonian steppe grasslands on sand (T5.4 / 6260)

05.05 Acidophilous grasslands on shallow soils (T5.5 / -)

6th Salt marshes (T7 / 1340)

7th Lowland to mountain heath (T8)

07.01 Dry heath lowlands and uplands (T8.1 / 4030, 5130)

07.02 Secondary foothill and mountain heath (T8.2 / 4030, 5130)

8th Reeds and vegetation of tall sedge (M1)

08.01 Saltmarsh sedge and reed stands (M1.2 / -)

08.02 Coastal vegetation streams (M1.5 / -)

08.03 Vegetation tall sedge (M1.7 / -)

08.04 Calcareous fens with sawtooth Marica (Cladium mariscus


) (M1.8 / 7210)

9th Vegetation annual hygrophilous herbs (M2)

09.01 Vegetation letněných ponds (M2.1 / 3130)


09.02 Annual vegetation wet sand (M2.2 / 3130)

09.03 The vegetation on exposed hot areas (M2.3 / 3130)

09.04 Vegetation saltland annual grasses (M2.4 / -)

10th Devětsilové hems mountain streams (M5 / 6430)

11th Herbal hems lowland rivers (M7 / 6430)

12th The spring (R1)

1.12 Meadow tufa-forming fens (R1.1 / 7220)

2.12 Meadow spring without creating tufa (R1.2 / -)
Appendix 3


TERMS OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM OF QUALITY § 6

A.

Particulars of registration for persons pursuant to § 21 para. 1-3 of the Act

First Data on individual incoming and outgoing deliveries and

A) separate statements along with registration data of individual deliveries
biomass under Part B of Section 5 received from growers biomass delivered and
issued a partial declaration of compliance with sustainability criteria and delivered a
issued a declaration of conformity with sustainability criteria, copies of certificates
all suppliers

B) delivery notes for incoming and outgoing deliveries,

C) sales contracts or orders for inbound and outbound deliveries,

D) identification of suppliers / customers and their unique identification numbers
incoming and outgoing deliveries

E) type of incoming / outgoing sustainable product

F) date of delivery / dispatch of sustainable product

G) quantity

H) unique identification of the place of loading and unloading sites,

I) the country of origin of biomass

J) information about how to determine the amount of greenhouse gases produced by
§ 3

K) value of GHG emissions in gCO2ekv / kg or
gCO2ekv / MJ; in the case of partial use of default values ​​for cultivation
listed in Part C of Annex no. 1, respectively
standard values ​​listed in Part A of the Annex no. 1, may not produce greenhouse gas emissions
record,

L) identification of supply, which was used for growing bonus on
degraded land under paragraph 7 of Part B of Annex no. 1 to this
regulation or bonus for using improved agricultural practices under point
1 in part B of Annex no. 1 hereto,

M) identification of supplies, which are applicable to § 2. 2nd

Second Data from the manufacturing process

A) proof of the date of commissioning,

B) the amount of losses (change in weight) of products arising from the
internal processes (adjustment of biomass or biofuel intermediates
to the required quality (dried to the desired moisture removal
adulterants)
| || c) in the case of producers of intermediate or biofuel producers
conversion factors needed to calculate the mass balance (such as the amount consumed
biomass needed to produce 1 tonne of intermediate or 1 ton
biofuels)

D) in the case of determining the value of GHG emissions
using actual values ​​according to Annex no. 1
records of all the energy inputs and outputs of the production process and energy conversion efficiency
and other data from operational
evidence relevant to the determination of emissions of greenhouse gases;
registers may be replaced by long-term average values ​​of all energy inputs and outputs
.

Third A document setting out the company's commitment to meet the criteria
sustainability. The document must contain at least the organizational structure of the company and
responsibilities and powers of the leaders in the
relation to ensuring compliance with sustainability criteria.

B.

Particulars evidence growers biomass

First The area of ​​land biomass is meeting the sustainability criteria
grown *)

Second Agricultural soil culture in which biomass is meeting the criteria of sustainability
cultivated (arable land, or other cultures
allowing the cultivation of biomass complying with the sustainability criteria) *)

Third * Species grown biomass) and revenues for the calendar year,

Fourth Copies of each issued separate statements

Fifth Evidence for outgoing deliveries (for example, through
delivery notes or seriously sheets) consisting of the following:

A) unique identification number of a separate statement that it assigned its
exhibitor

B) identification of the customer

C) identification number of each outbound delivery (for example, number of weighing
sheet or delivery note)

D) the amount and kind of sold biomass

E) the date of dispatch,


F) the value of production of greenhouse gas emissions in gCO2ekv / kg if they are used
its determination of the actual value of the production of greenhouse gases
according to Annex no. 1, and further identification of the transport means and
transport distance; when using sub-standard
values ​​for cultivation in accordance with point 1 of Part C of the Annex no. 1 of this Regulation
may not produce greenhouse gases indicate

6th In the case of using actual values ​​of emissions of greenhouse gases
according to Annex no. 1 biomass grower keeps records on
fertilizers used by another legal regulation 5)
data on fuel consumption by another law ^ 6) or
additional information which materially affect
emissions of greenhouse gases

7th In the case that was used for calculation of the actual values ​​
emissions of greenhouse gases pursuant to Part B of Annex no. 1 is used for growing
bonus on degraded land under paragraph 7 of Part B of Annex no. 1 to this
Regulation possibly a bonus for using improved agricultural practices
according to section 1 of part 2 of Annex no. 1 hereto
identify deliveries, in which the bonus was used.

*) To identify the size and type of crop and the type
crops can be used geographic information system to record
agricultural land use - LPIS (number, or any part of land block)
possibly cadastral maps, or other comparably reliable sources.
Appendix 4


Requirements document

A.

Particulars of the certificate pursuant to § 21 para. 1-3 of the Act

First Identification data of authorized persons (business name or name,
seat and identification number, if assigned, for a foreign person also
location of the organizational unit in the Czech Republic if it
established, and the number of authorized person assigned to the Ministry of environment
environment in the authorization decision).

Second Identification data recipient certificate

A) in the case of a natural person, the name or names, surname, also
business name, address of permanent residence, or also the place
business identification number; unless
assigned an identification number, the date of birth,

B) in the case of a legal person, firm or corporate name, address and
identification number, if assigned, for a foreign person also
location of the organizational unit in the Czech Republic if it || | establishes.

Third Unique registration number assigned to the certificate
authorized person who issued the certificate.

Fourth Type of business activity beneficiary certificate under § 21 para. 1-3 of the Act.

Fifth Date of issue and validity of the certificate.

6th List of countries from which the certificate holder may buy biomass.

B.

Particulars separate declaration growers of biomass to meet the sustainability criteria


First Unique identification number assigned to a separate statement
exhibitor.

Second Identification data of exhibitors and recipients statement

A) in the case of a natural person, the name or names, surname, also
business name, address of permanent residence, or also the place
business identification number; unless
assigned an identification number, the date of birth,

B) in the case of a legal person, firm or corporate name, address and
identification number, if assigned, for a foreign person also
location of the organizational unit in the Czech Republic if it || | establishes.

Third A statement that the biomass originates from land being arable
before 1 January 2008.

Fourth A statement that biomass is not grown on the areas indicated in §
2. 4 to 7

Fifth A statement that the biomass was grown in accordance with § 2 para. 1
point. C).

6th Data on biomass including its type (such as sugar beets,
wheat, rapeseed), the crop year and place or places of cultivation (in
European Union minimum standard classification of territorial units NUTS
II, at least outside the European Union title State).

7th Information about whether to determine the value
emissions of greenhouse gases is to use sub-standard value for cultivation
listed in Part C of the Annex no. 1 hereto or actual value
determined in the manner specified in Annex No.1.


8th Statements in this version: "I declare that all information provided in this
separate declaration of compliance with sustainability criteria
are complete, accurate and truthful.".

9th Place and date and signature of authorized person issuing.

C.

Particulars partial declaration of compliance with sustainability criteria

First Unique identification number assigned by the partial statement
exhibitor.

Second Identification data of exhibitors and sub-recipient of the document

A) in the case of a natural person, the name or names, surname, also
business name, address of permanent residence, or also the place
business identification number; unless
assigned an identification number, the date of birth,

B) in the case of a legal person, firm or corporate name, address and
identification number, if assigned, for a foreign person also
location of the organizational unit in the Czech Republic if it || | establishes,

C) the registration number of the certificate identification information
authorized person who issued the certificate exhibitors.

Third Kind of biomass or intermediate products (such as sugar beets, wheat,
rapeseed, rapeseed oil) and total (tonnes); if
supply is composed of multiple types of biomass or intermediate data
modal biomass or intermediate products; in the event that
biomass or intermediate products derived from waste or residues that
come from agriculture, forestry, aquaculture or fishing
stating this fact.

Fourth State of origin of biomass, in the case of intermediate state
origin of the biomass used to produce them.

Fifth Information on how to determine the amount of greenhouse gases produced by
§ 3; if it was used for calculation of actual emission values ​​used
bonus for planting on degraded land under point 7 in Part B
Annex no. 1 or bonus for using improved agricultural practices
accordance with point 1 in Part B Annex no. 1, it should be noted the information that was used
bonus; in the case of using actual values ​​
emissions of greenhouse gases must also indicate means of transport used
(such as car, train) and transport distance.

6th The value of production of greenhouse gas emissions in gCO2ekv / kg or
gCO2ekv / MJ; in determining the GHG emissions using
standard values ​​may not be the amount of greenhouse gases produced
indicate.

7th Place and date and signature of authorized person issuing.

D.

Particulars of declaration of compliance with sustainability criteria

First Unique identification number assigned by his statement
exhibitor.

Second Identification data of exhibitors and the recipient of the document

A) in the case of a natural person, the name or names, surname, also
business name, address of permanent residence, or also the place
business identification number; unless
assigned an identification number, the date of birth,

B) in the case of a legal person, firm or corporate name, address and
identification number, if assigned, for a foreign person also
location of the organizational unit in the Czech Republic if it || | establishes,

C) the registration certificate number and identification information
authorized person who issued the certificate exhibitors.

Third Type of biofuel, including placing the starting material and the total amount
; if the supply is composed of multiple types of biofuels,
data on shares of various types of biofuels; if it comes
biofuel from waste or residues that come from agriculture, forestry, aquaculture or fishing
, stating this fact.

Fourth A statement whether the biofuel produced in a facility that has been in operation
before 24 January 2008 (to be reported only if the
biofuel does not meet the required 35% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions).

Fifth State of origin of the biomass used to produce biofuels.

6th Information on how to determine the amount of greenhouse gases produced by
§ 3; if it was used for calculation of actual emission values ​​used
bonus for planting on degraded land under point 7 in Part B
Annex no. 1 or bonus for using improved agricultural practices
accordance with point 1 in Part B Annex no. 1, it should be noted the information that was

Bonus applied; in the case of using actual values ​​
emissions of greenhouse gases must also indicate means of transport used
(such as car, train) and transport distance.

7th The value of production of greenhouse gas emissions in gCO2ekv / MJ;
imparts a manufacturer, distributor or importer directly biofuel suppliers of automotive fuel
includes the production of greenhouse gas emissions, emissions resulting
shipping to fuel suppliers.

8th Place and date and signature of authorized person issuing.

1) Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/28 / EC of 23 April
2009 on the promotion of energy from renewable sources, and subsequent interference
Directives 2001/77 / EC and 2003/30 / EC .

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/30 / EC of 23 April 2009
amending Directive 98/70 / EC as regards the specification of petrol,
diesel and gas oil and introducing a mechanism
to monitor and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and Council Directive 1999/32 / EC as regards
the specification of fuel used by inland waterway which
and repealing Directive 93/12 / EEC.

2) Article. 6 paragraph. 1 and Annex II, section A, subsection 1-5 and section B, subsection 9
Council Regulation (EC) no. 73/2009 of 19 January 2009 laying down
common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural
policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers.

3) Act no. 185/2001 Coll., On waste and amending certain other
Acts, as amended.

4) For example, § 4 para. 1 and 2, § 6 para. 1, § 13, § 14 et seq., § 45a and § 45e
Act no. 114/1992 Coll., On nature conservation and landscape, as amended
Act no. 168/2004 Coll., Act no. 218/2004 Coll. and Act no. 349/2009 Coll.

5) Act no. 252/1997 Coll., On agriculture, as amended.

6) § 57 of the Act no. 353/2003 Coll., On excise duties, as amended by Act No.
. 217/2005 Coll.