Decree On Subsidies For Biogas Plants, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om tilskud til biogasanlæg m.v.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Content and purpose of the scheme
Chapter 2 Definitions
Chapter 3 Administration
Chapter 4 General conditions for grants of grants
Chapter 5 Establishment or widening of biogas common installations
Chapter 6 Establishment or expansion of biogas farms
Chapter 7 Additional investments on primary holdings
Chapter 8 Calculation of grants
Chapter 9 Amendment of the project and entry into commitments
Chapter 10 Payment of grants
Chapter 11 Notify obligations
Chapter 12 Wastes of assurance and repayment of grants
Chapter 13 Force majeure
Chapter 14 Entry into force

Publication of subsidies to biogas plants and so on.

In accordance with section 3, cf. § 2, nr. (2) (a) (a) Point 5 (a) (a) 6 (a) 5 (5) (a). Paragraph 1, section 6, paragraph 6. 3, section 7, paragraph. 4, and section 11 (4). Amendment No 4. 316 of 31. March 2007 on rural development (rural areas) shall be fixed as follows :

Chapter 1

Content and purpose of the scheme

§ 1. The aim of the scheme is to promote the use of animal manure for energy purposes.

§ 2. The Department of Natural Services may, within the appropriation framework, be able to grant a commitment to projects relating to :

1) the establishment or extension of biogas joint facilities,

2) the establishment or extension of biogas farms on organic or conventional holdings ; and

3) the establishment of additional investment on primary holdings, including necessary facilities and technologies for the storage or reprocessing of livestock manure and other biomass.

§ 3. The scheme has been notified in accordance with the Commission Regulation (EC) No 2. 800/2008 of 6. In August 2008, the compatibility of certain forms of compatibility with the common market pursuant to Articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (General Block Exemption Regulation).

Chapter 2

Definitions

§ 4. For the purpose of biogas ' s joint installations, this notice is the plant for the production of biogas from biomass primarily composed of livestock from several holdings. The Community must be owned and operated by an independent legal entity.

Paragraph 2. In the case of biogas farms, this notice is the plant for the production of biogas produced by biomass primarily composed of livestock manure. The vineyard must be owned and operated by up to five organic farms in association or up to five conventional holdings in association.

Paragraph 3. The extension of biogas plants is the extension of the reactor capacity of the biogas plant.

Paragraph 4. In the case of small and medium-sized enterprises, this notice is understood to companies which are subject to the definition of small and medium-sized enterprises, cf. Commission Recommendation of 6. May 2003, the definition of micro-enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises.

Paragraph 5. For the purposes of this notice, the notice shall mean an agricultural or horticultural achievement.

Paragraph 6. For the purposes of this notice, an organic farm shall be deemed to have been approved by the Natural Business Authority for organic land production, or which is subject to an application.

Paragraph 7. Expenditures shall be understood in this notice that a binding agreement has been concluded between the attribution holder and the supplier on the delivery of an item or service.

Paragraph 8. In terms of biomass, this notice shall mean livestock manure and other organic matter.

Chapter 3

Administration

Inspection

§ 5. The National Services Agency shall be responsible for the physical and administrative checks and the subsequent accounting checks carried out in accordance with this notice.

Paragraph 2. The Office of the Natural Acquires may, where necessary, seek to obtain information from other authorities as necessary in accordance with the rural area's section 12.

Applications for grants of grants

§ 6. Applications for a grant of grants must be submitted on a special scheme available in the Home Affairs home page or by inquiries to the Natural Business Authority.

Paragraph 2. Applications for a grant of grants may be submitted from the 1. June 2012, and shall be received in the Office of the Natural Acquieal Management Board by 15. August 2012.

Paragraph 3. The Benefit Agency may lay down additional applications for the publication of the Home Office ' s home page by four weeks before the start of the application period.

Paragraph 4. The Office shall sign off on receipt of the application and may, in connection with this, permit the implementation of the project.

Prioritizing and decision

§ 7. The Benefit Management Board may be refused or partially rejected for applications if the FDA considers that the effect of the project not sufficiently conduits to the purpose of the project is not to comply with the purpose of the scheme, the effect of the effect of the application of the undertaking, the project is not sufficiently considered in relation to the total expenditure of the project or that the estimated expenditure justified by the estimated expenditure is not justified.

Paragraph 2. In addition to the period of application of the application, the Benefit of Natural Acquisitive Services shall be published in accordance with the financial framework for each action zone. § 2. If the indicative, the amount of the financial framework does not allow the possibility to accommodate all applications, the Services of Natural Acquisitions shall give priority to the applications. For the priority of applications, the following shall be given the order of :

1) Total eligible cost of the project in relation to the capacity of the project. When calculating the capacity's capacity, emphasis on :

a) For biogas plants :

i) Number of tonnes of livestock manure which are treated each year and secondary

(ii) expected number of m 3 biogas based on livestock manure, which is produced annually.

b) For additional investments :

i) The grading of livestock manure on the farm and the amount of livestock manure to be delivered to the biogas plant, calculated on the basis of the number of animal units on the holding.

2) How advanced the project is in terms of obtaining the necessary authorisations from the public authorities. Where it is relevant for each project, the following attention shall be paid in the order indicated in the order :

a) Construction Permission granted.

b) Environmental approval has been issued.

c) Facilities have been approved in accordance with the BiProduct Regulation.

d) A local biogas plant has been approved and published.

(e) Local plan and environmental assessment are approved at Council meeting.

(f) VVM Permission granted.

g) Municipality Schedule is approved in the City Council.

(h) Idea Phase and VVM duty have been announced.

i) Decision on VVM duty has been met.

j) Advertising and publication of the VVM duty has been done.

c) Final adoption of the thematic plan or the municipality plan has been published.

I) Theme plan or municipality plan proposals have been published, including environmental assessment, with environmental impact assessment.

m) Theme plan or municipality plan proposals have been adopted by the City Council.

n) Environmental assessment / environmental report has been drawn up.

o) Decisions to prepare thematic plan have been adopted by the City Council.

p) Collection of data relating to thermal works, biomass base mv.

q) Nothing can be clarified at this time.

3) The effect that is achieved through the implementation of the individual project in the following areas :

a) Creation and securing of jobs.

b) Strengthening competitiveness.

c) Contributions to the reduction of greenhouse gases and odour genes.

d) Contribution to the reduction of nutritional material washing.

(e) Contribute to redeployment to green energy.

(f) Contributions to the development of the geographical area or professional area, including the safeguarding of a robust production environment.

4) Whether the project is part of the context of local or regional initiatives, including projects set by local action groups or the regional growth forums, and whether projects are linked to other governmental efforts.

Paragraph 3. The application for a commitment to projects for the construction or expansion of biogas plants shall be given priority, in addition to whether or not the date of application has been concluded on the delivery of biomass.

Paragraph 4. The application for a commitment to grant projects for supplementary investment shall be given priority in addition to the following criteria in the order listed :

1) Whether the project is associated with an application for a commitment to grant projects for a biogas joint installation or a biogas protles after this notice.

2) Whether the project is linked to a biogas plant, which is under construction or enlargement, but which does not receive grants following this notice.

3) Whether the project is associated with an existing biogas plant.

Paragraph 5. Unused funds within a range of intervention may be used in other areas of action under this scheme.

Paragraph 6. For the priority of applications for pledges to support projects on biogas ' s joint installations, the National Agency shall set up a competent committee of eight members adviser to the Natural Acquisitions Management Board for the award of grants. Two members are designated by the Natural Business Authority without a prior recommendation, and six members shall be designated by a member of the Energy Management Board (one member), the local authorities of the local authorities (one member), the Trade Association for Biogas (two members), Agriculture & Food (one member) and the Environmental Management Board (one member). The members of the Committee shall appoint the Chairman of the Committee members. The Committee shall evaluate whether the projected effects of the project are realistic based on the information received on the total eligible expenditure and the capacity of the project. The expert committee may advise the Office of Natural Acquisits on grants to projects on biogas farms and projects on supplementary investment, if the Benefit Board assesses that there is a need for them.

Chapter 4

General conditions for grants of grants

§ 8. It is a condition of commitments on grants to projects that :

1) the applicant ' s grant shall amount to at least 300,000 cranes ;

2) shall provide for the information requested by the Services of the Natural Acquilitigation of the Natural Safety Agency,

3) the applicant ' s application shall state whether the project or part thereof is covered by the EU procurement rules or the rules of the contract law,

4) applicants at the time of the application may make it likely that the capacity of the project will be utilising, including supply information on vendors of livestock manure,

5) tilt-holder, throughout the period under which the terms of undertaking ' s consent must be fulfilled, may prove to the Natural Business Authority that the condition in section 11 (s) is to be complied with. 1, section 15, paragraph 1. Paragraph 1, and section 16 (4). 1, according to project type, have been fulfilled, including show to show that livestock manure contracts are available ;

6) the tilt shall, within 12 months of the date of the date, document the existence of the Project, and that the project is initiated and that at least 10% shall be recorded. of the eligible expenses paid, cf. however, section 20 (2), 2,

7) the project shall be completed within 36 months from the date of the date, but not later than 1. August 2015,

8) the project shall be maintained for a period of at least three years from the date of completion of the project, however, at least five years from the date of the date of the undertaking ;

9) for payment of payment applications, the applicable accounting attachment shall be kept available for five years from the date of the final payment of grants,

10) a request for final payment and final design report has been received in time in the Natural Acquire Management Board, cf. § 30,

11) tilt-holder shall ensure that the inspection authority has access to the territory established in the field of control, and

12) tille shaver if the project is covered by a contract covered by the EU procurement rules or the rules of procedure, holds documents that document that the EU procurement rules or the rules of the contract have been complied with, available for at least five years from ; the date of final payment.

Paragraph 2. Tilsagnshaves may conclude contracts with supplier companies on the supply of livestock manure. In those cases, the tilting shall ensure that the inspection authority has access to check the supplier company's contracts with the individual suppliers of livestock manure, cf. paragraph 1, no. 5.

Paragraph 3. The Office of the Natural Acquids shall lay down in the defendant ' s obligation to provide information on the public co-financing of the project.

§ 9. The National Services Committee may lay down additional conditions for pledges for grants, including that the project or parts of the project are to be evaluated by an independent body.

Chapter 5

Establishment or widening of biogas common installations

§ 10. Commitment of grants may be granted to independent legal entities that own and run a biogas plant, or legal entities planning to establish and operate a biogas joint installation.

Special conditions for pledges for grants

§ 11. It is a condition of undertaking assurance that livestock manure is at least 75%. per average per the year of the biomass, measured in tonnes, used for the production of biogas.

Paragraph 2. It is a condition of a commitment to grant that the common plant is or must be located on a separate matriculated property in a specially designated area as set out in the rural development programme and shall be published in the form of the Natural Acquisitor. Home page. The property of the biogas or shall be situated on the premises of the biogas shall not constitute a soil holding.

Paragraph 3. It is a condition of assurance of grants that tilt the tilt at the latest, at the latest request for payment of grants to the Benefit Authority, documents that the plant must be attached to the plant at the end of the project period at the end of the project period, and produced energy by means of a collective supply network.

Eligible Project Expense

§ 12. Eligible expenditure may include :

1) expenditure on the establishment or extension of the biogas plant, including the operational and administrative buildings and storage facilities and the storage and reception facilities for gas and biomass,

2) the costs of equipment for the concentration of biomass and the post-treatment of the biomass of the replacement of the biomass ;

3) expenditure on fees for architectural architectural, engineering and other consultancy services ; and

4) expenditure on equipment which, in accordance with the assessment of the Natural Business Management Board, is a necessary precondition for the use of biogas.

Paragraph 2. The costs must be required to complete the project and must be directly related to the implementation of the project.

Paragraph 3. In accordance with the application of the provisions of this Article, the Office of the Natural Business Authority may be approved by 1 listed as eligible. It is a condition of approval that the Benefit of Natural Acquilise assesses that expenditure is of major importance for the implementation of the project.

§ 13. The eligible expenditure may not include :

1) expenditure to which other EU grants are provided ;

2) expenditure on the purchase of used equipment and used equipment ;

3) the costs of rent and equipment,

4) VAT, unless this end is permanently worn by the tilt shaver,

5) financial and monetary institutional costs,

6) expenditure in the form of benefits in kind referred to in Article 54 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 2, 1974/2006 of 15. December 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No EUR 1698/2005 on the support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD),

7) expenditure relating to activities to which the saver is required to carry out in accordance with other legislation ;

8) the purchase of land, herds, plants and production rights ;

9) the cost of establishment of facilities, the primary purpose of which is to transport biomass from the biomass supplier and to stock facilities at the biogas plant, and the cost of establishment of facilities, the primary purpose of which is to transport gas ; from the biogas plant and forward to the tetors of the gas,

10) expenditure incurred by the FDA prior to the operation of the Wildlife Agency shall be authorised to initiate the project, cf. Section 6 (2). 4, and

11) simple reacquisitions.

Chapter 6

Establishment or expansion of biogas farms

§ 14. Commitments may be made to natural or legal persons who, as the owner or the tenant, operate a holding and an owner and run a biogas farm or plan to establish and operate a biogas farm.

Paragraph 2. Producer organisations, as defined in Council Regulation (EC) No, 1234/2007 1) , or members of a producer organisation which, in its operational programme under the same Regulation, has the possibility of receiving aid for activities covered by this notice, or activities which, in the main, are related to it, may : shall not receive a grant of grants.

Special conditions for pledges for biogas farms on organic holdings

§ 15. It is a condition of undertaking assurance that livestock manure amounts to at least 50%. per average per the year of the biomass, measured in tonnes, used for the production of biogas.

Paragraph 2. It is a condition of assurance of grants that biogas farms are or must be situated on one of the participating organic holdings in a specially designated area as set out in the rural area programme and shall be published in the form of the Natural Acquisitor. Home page.

Paragraph 3. It is a condition of pledges for subsidies that the degassed biomass shall live up to the applicable rules of the Natural Business Agency for organic fertilizers.

Special conditions for pledges for biogas farms on conventional holdings

§ 16. It is a condition of undertaking assurance that livestock manure is at least 75%. per average per the year of the biomass, measured in tonnes, used for the production of biogas.

Paragraph 2. There is a commitment to grants that biogas farms are or must be situated on one of the participating conventional holdings in a specially designated area as set out in the rural development programme and published on The Home Page of Natural Vocational.

Paragraph 3. It is a condition of assurance of grants that the holding, where biogas farms, is or must be situated, on average the last five periods of time has had at least 100 animal units associated with the holding.

Eligible Project Expense

§ 17. Eligible expenditure may include :

1) expenditure on the establishment or extension of the biogas plant, including for the necessary storage and reception facilities for gas and biomass,

2) the costs of equipment for the concentration of biomass and the post-treatment of the biomass of the replacement of the biomass ;

3) expenditure on fees for architectural architectural, engineering and other consultancy services ; and

4) expenditure on equipment which, in accordance with the assessment of the Natural Business Management Board, is a necessary precondition for the use of biogas.

Paragraph 2. The costs must be required to complete the project and must be directly related to the implementation of the project.

Paragraph 3. In accordance with the application of the provisions of this Article, the Office of the Natural Business Authority may be approved by 1 listed as eligible. It is a condition of approval that the Benefit of Natural Acquilise assesses that expenditure is of major importance for the implementation of the project.

§ 18. The eligible expenditure may not include :

1) expenditure to which other EU grants are provided ;

2) expenditure on the purchase of used equipment and used equipment ;

3) the costs of rent and equipment,

4) VAT, unless this end is permanently worn by the tilt shaver,

5) financial and monetary institutional costs,

6) expenditure in the form of benefits in kind referred to in Commission Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 1974/2006 of 15. December 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No EUR 1698/2005 on the support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD),

7) expenditure relating to activities to which the saver is required to carry out in accordance with other legislation ;

8) the purchase of land, herds, plants and production rights ;

9) the cost of establishment of facilities, the primary purpose of which is to transport biomass from the biomass supplier and to stock facilities at the biogas plant, and the cost of establishment of facilities, the primary purpose of which is to transport gas ; from the biogas plant and forward to the detaser of the gas,

10) expenditure incurred by the FDA prior to the operation of the Wildlife Agency shall be authorised to initiate the project, cf. Section 6 (2). 4, and

11) simple reacquisitions.

Chapter 7

Additional investments on primary holdings

§ 19. Commitment of grants may be provided to natural or legal persons who, as the owner or the tenant, operate a primary farm.

Paragraph 2. Producer organisations, as defined in Council Regulation (EC) No, 1234/2007, or members of a producer organisation which, in its operational programme under the same Regulation, has the possibility of receiving aid for activities covered by this notice, or activities which, in the main, are the equivalent of : shall not be eligible for grants of grants.

Paragraph 3. Commitment of grants may be provided to the establishment of necessary incidence, treatment facilities, etc. on primary farms.

Special conditions for pledges for grants

20. It is a condition of pledges for grants that apply to the date of application have entered into written agreement on the delivery of livestock manure for the common plant or biogas by biogas, with which the additional investment is linked and that the agreement is made ; the minimum duration of the supplementary investment shall be maintained in accordance with the provisions of the supplementary investment. § 8 (3) 1, no. 8.

Paragraph 2. Supplementary investments linked to a project after this publication for a biogas plant must only be initiated when the Natural Acquisitions Board have notified the FDA of the first payment to the biogas plant. The condition of paragraph 8 (3). 1, no. 6, therefore, shall apply to supplementary investment only after the notification has been made.

Eligible Project Expense

§ 21. Eligible expenditure may include :

1) expenditure on the establishment of convour and other delivery facilities for biomass,

2) expenditure on products intended for the concentration of biomass and

3) expenditure for the architect, engineer and other consultancy services.

Paragraph 2. The costs must be required to complete the project and must be directly related to the implementation of the project.

Paragraph 3. In accordance with the application of the provisions of this Article, the Office of the Natural Business Authority may be approved by 1 listed as eligible. It is a condition of approval that the Benefit of Natural Acquilise assesses that expenditure is of major importance for the implementation of the project.

§ 22. The eligible expenditure may not include :

1) expenditure to which other EU grants are provided ;

2) expenditure on the purchase of used equipment and used equipment ;

3) the costs of rent and equipment,

4) VAT, unless this end is permanently worn by the tilt shaver,

5) financial and monetary institutional costs,

6) expenditure in the form of benefits in kind referred to in Commission Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 1974/2006 of 15. December 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No EUR 1698/2005 on the support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD),

7) expenditure relating to activities to which the saver is required to carry out in accordance with other legislation ;

8) the cost of establishment of facilities, the primary purpose of which is to transport biomass from the site where the biomass is produced or stored and forward to the biogas plant ;

9) expenditure incurred by the FDA prior to the operation of the Wildlife Agency shall be authorised to initiate the project, cf. Section 6 (2). 4, and

10) simple reacquisitions.

Chapter 8

Calculation of grants

-23. The amount of the subsidy can be up to 30%. for the eligible expenditure.

Paragraph 2. However, subsidies for the establishment or extension of biogas ' s joint installations or biogas farms may not exceed 7.5 million. Euro per installations, including grant eligible expenditure, to any additional investment linked to the installation.

Paragraph 3. Charges for architectural fees, engineering and other consultancy services may be up to 15% of the maximum amount. of the total amount of the eligible expenditure.

Paragraph 4. The National Services Agency may reduce the total value of the eligible cost of a project if the Management Board considers that the EU procurement rules or the rules of the tender have not been complied with. The subsidy will be set up, based on an assessment of the nature and causation of the infringement, and on the basis of an assessment of the financial loss for the European Rural Development Fund (EAFRL), which is considered to be associated with it.

§ 24. The addition of biogas plants after this notice may only be combined with other public aid if this has been approved by the European Commission according to appropriate procedures and the possibility of combinations has been incorporated into the approved procedure ; Danish rural development programme.

Paragraph 2. Where the time of the undertaking has made a commitment to other public aid for the eligible costs of the establishment or extension of a biogas plant, the grant shall be reduced in accordance with this notice, so that the total public aid is granted ; maximum amounts to 45%. of the eligible expenditure, but 55%. the tilting of the tilt is a medium-sized enterprise and 65%. the tilt of the tilt is a small business.

§ 25. Where other public national aid in the form of guarantee, guarantee, bail or similar expenditure on the establishment of supplementary investments eligible under this notice shall be reduced by the grant of this notice to the said, expenditure so that the total public aid does not exceed 40%. for the eligible expenditure.

SECTION 26. The maximum total amount of public aid shall be EUR 7,5 million. Euro per tilt-shaver.

Chapter 9

Amendment of the project and entry into commitments

§ 27. Amendment of a project, including the deadline for the completion of the project, may be approved by the Wildlife Board on condition that, in accordance with the project ' s assessment, the change shall be in accordance with the project ' s purpose. However, the deadline for the completion of the project may not be extended beyond the 1. August 2015. The application for a change to a project must be approved by the Natural Business Authority before the change takes place.

Paragraph 2. The amount of the amount may not be increased in the context of a change to a project.

Paragraph 3. A request for a change to a project must be received in the Natural Business Authority within two months before the date of completion of the project. In exceptional cases, the Office of the Natural Business Authority may grant a derogation from this date.

§ 28. In accordance with the request of the Natural Acquisitor, another person who, according to sections 10, 14 and 19, according to the type of project may be enshshaver, may be entered in a commitment to grants. The entry into the defendant shall enter into rights and obligations in accordance with the case.

Chapter 10

Payment of grants

§ 29. The payment of grants shall be made on the basis of the account of the attribution of the subsidy to grant eligible expenses to be substantiated. The payment of grants must be submitted on a special schedule and shall be accompanied by a revised auditor declaration by a registered or a certified public accountant. Schema and accounting declaration form shall be available on the Home of the Natural Business Agency or by inquiries to the Natural Business Authority.

Paragraph 2. Deposits may be paid in two instalments and an end payment. The individual rate must be at least 20%. of the total amount of the sum total.

Paragraph 3. It is a condition for the payment of grants that the Natural Acquisition Board has approved rates of interest. In the final payment, it is also a condition that the Natural Acquire Management Board has approved the final inventory and final projection report.

Paragraph 4. It is a condition for the first payment that the FDA has submitted a financing plan to the Benefit Board of Natural Acquiries. In order to make changes to the financing plan submitted by the Member State of the European Union, the Acquires shall inform the Board of Natural Acquires.

Paragraph 5. It is a condition for the first payment that the necessary authorisations from public authorities to establish the project have been achieved. It is a precondition for the final payment that all necessary authorisations from public authorities have been achieved.

-$30. The final payment request must be received in the Natural Acquire Management Board within three months of the date on which the project is to be completed. In exceptional cases, the Office of the Natural Business Authority may grant a derogation from this date. The end-payment request must, in addition to what is required after paragraph 29, paragraph 1. 1 shall be accompanied by final design report. The final design report shall be drawn up in a special form which is available on the Home of the Natural Business Agency or by inquiries to the Benefit Board of Natural Acquidition.

§ 31. The subsidy is transferred to the tilsagnshavers NemKonto.

Chapter 11

Notify obligations

§ 32. The saver must throughout the period when the conditions for pledges are fulfilled, on request, a declaration of the Office of the Natural Acquisitor on whether the conditions for pledges are still fulfilled.

Paragraph 2. Underlies shall be granted throughout the period when the conditions of consent for grants are to be fulfilled, without undue delay in writing to the Board of Natural Acquisitives in writing on matters which may result in a withdrawal of a commitment or repayment of : Supplements after section 33.

Chapter 12

Wastes of assurance and repayment of grants

§ 33. Granltale of supplements will lapse if :

1) the applicant has given inaccurate or misleading information or has dissent information of significance for the decision of the case,

2) tillies shall override his duties according to section 11 (4) of the rural area. 2,

3) the tilt shall not comply with its notification obligation after section 32 ;

4) the project is not carried out in accordance with the case, or

5) the conditions for pledges of grants are not met.

Paragraph 2. In the paragraphs in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall take, in the case of a National Security Agency, a decision on repayment of grants. The interest shall be added to the payment of the payment claims. The interest rate supplement shall be calculated from the time the payment is made of the refund on payment shall be made and with it in the interest of late payment and so on. (Interest) provided for the reference rate provided for in addition. However, the interest rates shall be at least 50 kr.

Paragraph 3. Notwithstanding paragraph 1 1 may maintain the defendant in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 8 (2). 1, no. The fact is that, in the event of a failure to comply with the condition, 12 is not fulfilled if the Conser-by-Office of the Natural Ergoing Authority

Chapter 13

Force majeure

§ 34. The National Business Authority shall acknowledge the following events as force majeure :

1) The Tilsagna's death.

2) The death of abducts.

3) The versagna's incapacity for longer.

4) Expropriation if such expropriation could not be foreseen at the time of the date of receipt of the defendant.

5) Devastation of stables in holdings with an agreement on delivery of livestock manure for the biogas plant.

6) The outbreak of an epizootic disease or other infectious animal disease in holdings in holdings of the delivery of livestock manure for the biogas plant, resulting in public intervention and covered by it under the Law on the Lists of Animals Issue List. diseases that are being combated because they are of significant socio-economic importance.

7) A serious natural disaster, which is significantly affected areas covered by the project.

Paragraph 2. It is a condition of the recognition of force majeure, in specific cases, that the events impede the fulfilment of the obligations under which force majeure is invoked and that it did not undergo disproportionate circumstances ; ophes could have secured the opposition.

Paragraph 3. In exceptional cases, in exceptional cases, the Management Board may recognise other events such as force majeure than those referred to in paragraph 1. 1.

Paragraph 4. If the tilaves or his death wishes wish to claim force majeure, it shall be notified to the Services of Natural Acquietor in writing no later than 10 working days after the date of the savior or his death row is able to do so. The notification shall be accompanied by adequate documentation material.

Chapter 14

Entry into force

$35. The announcement shall enter into force on the 30. March 2012.

Paragraph 2. Publication no. 1109 of 23. September 2010 on subsidies for the production of biogas in installations for the production of biogas is deleted. However, the decision shall continue to apply to undertakings given in this respect and applications received in the Office of the Natural Acquidite before 30. March 2012.

The National Wildlife Agency, the 27th. March 2012

Pernille Andersen

/ Marianne Nielsen

Official notes

1) Council Regulation (EC) No, 1234/2007 of 22. October 2007 on the common organisation of agricultural markets and the specific provisions applicable to certain agricultural products (the single CMO).