Order On Delegation Of Certain Powers In The Act On Co2 Quotas To The Dea Reprinted Definitive Series

Original Language Title: Order On Delegation Of Certain Powers In The Act On Co2 Quotas To The Dea Omtryk

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Notice of delegation of certain powers in the Act on CO2 quotas to the Danish Energy Agency

Under section 35, paragraph 4, and section 37 (3) of law No. 493 of 9. June 2004 on CO2 quotas, as amended by § 10 of lov nr. 571 of 9. June 2006, shall be based on:

§ 1. Where the Minister of the environment, climate and Energy Minister, see now. a Royal resolution of 23. November 2007, pursuant to the Act on CO2 quotas be conferred shall exercise these powers on behalf of the Minister of the Danish Energy Agency and receives notification and material on behalf of the Minister.

§ 2. Where the Minister of the environment, climate and Energy Minister, see now. a Royal resolution of 23. November 2007, pursuant to the Act on CO2 quotas conferred powers to set administrative rules, exercising these powers on behalf of the Minister of the Danish Energy Agency.

(2). The DEA must, when exercising the powers referred to in paragraph 1 include climate and Energy Ministry's Department on issues of major importance for climate and energy.

§ 3. The following powers in accordance with the Act on CO2 quotas delegated not the DEA:





1) the setting of rules on Environmental complaints Board's composition and activity, see. section 35 (3).

2) Delegation of powers to other public authorities, see. section 37, paragraph 3.





§ 4. Decisions taken by the Danish Energy Agency, acting in pursuance of this Ordinance, may not be brought before the climate and Energy Minister.

§ 5. The notice shall enter into force on 25 July. February 2008.

(2). The notice has effect from 23. November 2007.
Ministry of climate and energy, the 21. February 2008 Connie Hedegaard/Birgitta Jacobsen