Regulation On The Collection Of Data On The Inclusion Of Air Transport, As Well As Other Activities In The Emissions Trading Scheme

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Erhebung von Daten zur Einbeziehung des Luftverkehrs sowie weiterer Tätigkeiten in den Emissionshandel

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Regulation on the collection of data on the inclusion of air transport, as well as other activities in the ETS (data collection regulation 2020 - DEV 2020) DEV 2020 copy date: 22.07.2009 full quotation: "data collection regulation by 2020 by July 22, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 2118), by article 106 of regulation by 31 August 2015 (BGBl. I p. 1474) has been changed" stand: last amended by article 2 paragraph 21 G v. 22nd December 2011 I 3044 note : Change article 106 V v. 31.8.2015 I 1474 (No. 35) textually evidenced by, edited documentary has not conclusively about the stand number you found in the menu under notes *) this regulation serves the implementation of Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community and amending Directive 96/61/EC (OJ L 275 of the 25.10.2003, S. 32), most recently by the directive 2009/29/EC (OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 63) has been changed.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 25.7.2009 +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EGRL 87/2003 (CELEX Nr: 32003 L 0087) +++) input formula on the basis of article 27, paragraph 2, 3 and 6 set 2 of the greenhouse gas emissions trading Act, by article 1, paragraph 4 of the law of July 16, 2009 (BGBl. I S. 1954) is been inserted, decreed the Federal Government: section 1 General provisions section 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation applies to activities within the substantive scope of annex I of the Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community and amending Directive 96/61/EC (OJ L 275 of the 25.10.2003, S. 32), most recently by the directive 2009/29/EC (OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 63) is been changed, as far as these activities by Annex 1 of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1578), most recently by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1163) is changed, are covered.
(2) this Regulation shall apply by way of derogation from paragraph 1, for flights that depart or end at an airfield, which is located in the territory of a Member State of the European Union, on which the Treaty establishing the European Community shall apply, and by aircraft operators are carried out, the 1. According to article 27, paragraph 3, sentence 1 from an aerodrome second half-sentence of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1578) , last by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (Gazette I p. 1163) is changed, in the Federal Gazette, known-made list of the Commission pursuant to article 18a, paragraph 3 of Directive 2003/87/EC are assigned to the Federal Republic of Germany as a competent management Member State or 2 on this list are assigned to any management Member State, unless she have a valid German operating licence within the meaning of article 3 of Regulation (EC) No. 1008 / 2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the Community (OJ L 293 of 31.10.2008, p. 3) have and perform not only privileged flights according to Appendix 1.
Is an aircraft operator assigned to 1 point 1 of the Federal Republic of Germany as a competent management Member State pursuant to sentence according to the list of the Commission pursuant to article 18a, paragraph 3 of Directive 2003/87/EC, as amended by Regulation (EC) no 748 / 2009 (OJ L 219 of the 22.8.2009, p. 1), by the Regulation (EU) No. 82/2010 (OJ L 25 of the 29.1.2010, p. 12) is changed, and is this aircraft operators assigned by a new version of Regulation (EC) no 748 / 2009 another management Member State, so the regulation on him remains applicable until he has fulfilled its duties under article 4 with regard to the emissions of the year 2010 and its obligations pursuant to section 5.

Article 2 definitions (1) of this Regulation shall apply following definitions: 1. putting into operation: the first-time inclusion of normal operation after completion of the test run.
2. capacity: the actually and legally maximum possible production quantity per year;
3. aircraft operators: natural or legal person who operates an aircraft at the time, which performed an aviation activity, or, if the identity of that person is unknown or by the aircraft owner is unspecified, the owner of the aircraft;
4. air traffic activity: the scope of the regulation under falling flights;
5. monitoring guidelines: the decision 2007/589/EC of 18 July 2007 establishing guidelines for the monitoring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions within the meaning of Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (monitoring guidelines) (OJ L 229 of the 31.8.2007, p. 1), most recently by decision 2009/399/EC (OJ L 103 of the 23.4.2009, p. 10) has been changed;
6 test operation: the temporary operation of a plant to test their suitability for use according to the intended end of commissioning;
7 production quantity: the quantity of units of product produced per year in a plant, based on the annual net amount of selling finished products;
8 monitoring plan: a support for Annex I section 4.3. of the monitoring guidelines;
9 responsible for another activity: natural or legal person who holds immediate authority over another activity and thereby takes the economic risks of the activity; licensable assets within the meaning of § 4 paragraph 1 sentence 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act is responsible for another activity of operator of the system;
10 more activity: activity within the meaning of annex I of to Directive 2003/87/EC in fixed installations, as far as the activity does or does not to this extent in annex 1 of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1578), most recently by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1163) has been modified and is listed as far as it is not an aviation activity.
(2) in addition, the definitions of annex I apply section 2 number 1 to 5 of the monitoring guidelines.

§ To determine 3 General requirements on the identification of data and their reporting are required (1) aircraft operators, as well as those responsible for another activity, data and information in accordance with the provisions of this regulation and communicate. Insofar as the provisions of this Regulation contain no derogations, the data according to the requirements of the monitoring guidelines must be determined and reported.
(2) as far as assume the implementation of calculations or measurements of aircraft operators, as well as who is responsible for another activity are obliged to explain the applied calculation and measurement method and to represent the derivative of information comprehensible. The underlying references must be submitted immediately upon request by the competent authority.
Section 2 reporting requirements for aircraft operators in § 4 determination of emission data, reporting and preparation of monitoring plan (1) the aircraft operator has a monitoring plan for the monitoring and reporting of carbon dioxide emissions caused by his aviation activity from January 1, 2010, which according to paragraph 5 to report he, annex to create I and XIV of the monitoring guidelines and to submit to the competent authority for approval. If the number 1 called list is made up to July 25, 2009 in the Federal Gazette known in article 1(2), the deadline for the submission of the monitoring plan is August 31, 2009; referred to in annex XIV, section 6 paragraph 1 of the monitoring guidelines otherwise, the deadline for submission of the monitoring plan ends six weeks after the publication of this list.
(2) recreates the air vehicle operator to the referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 relevant date an application article 6 paragraph 1 and if this application is refused, the time limit for the submission of the monitoring plan is six weeks, starting from the notification of the decision.
(3) has the air vehicle operator sentence 2 no monitoring plan submitted relevant date up to the referred to in paragraph 1 and according to § 6 paragraph 1 made no request, it is required to submit to the monitoring plan within a period to be determined by the competent authority. If additional information is required by the competent authority to the examination of the submitted monitoring plan, the aircraft operator is required to submit this information at the request of the competent authority within a period to be determined by the competent authority. A monitoring plan is not sufficient the requirements of this regulation the air vehicle operator is obligated to remedy the deficiencies noted within a period to be determined by the competent authority and to submit a monitoring plan which complies with the requirements of this regulation.
(4) as far as an air vehicle operator only after July 25, 2009 takes an aviation activity or it is no longer exempt pursuant to section 6, he shall, pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 without delay to the competent authority to submit the monitoring plan. Paragraph 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(5) the air vehicle operator has from January 1, 2010 by his aviation activity in the calendar years 2010 and 2011 caused carbon dioxide emissions according to determine in accordance with annexes I and XIV of the monitoring guidelines on the basis of an approved audit plan for each of the two calendar years and the competent authority up to 31 March of the following year, via the emissions to report. The obligation pursuant to sentence 1 includes not the emissions of a privileged flights after attachment 1 (6) If an aircraft operator only after July 25, 2009 the scope of application of this regulation falls under, refer the investigative and reporting obligations under paragraph 5 the entire calendar year in which this event occurs.
(7) the monitoring guidelines be changed after July 25, 2009, determined the Commission a later than that referred to in paragraph 1 for the submission of the monitoring plan set 2 at the relevant time, so this date is referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 relevant time. As far as the monitoring guidelines be changed on July 25, 2009 and these changes on the determination of in paragraph 1 sentence 1 and paragraph 5 sentence 1 are emissions referred to, has to create the monitoring plan of the aircraft operator in accordance with the revised monitoring guidelines as well as to determine the emissions and to report on them. The Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation, construction and reactor safety announces the changes relevant to the aircraft operators pursuant to sentence 1 and 2 in the Federal Gazette.

§ 5 determination of flight range and payload, reporting and preparation of monitoring plan (1) the aircraft operator has by his aviation activity, as far as it not among the privileged flights to annex 1 fall to determine 2010 flight distance and the payload transported this year according to annexes I and XV of the monitoring guidelines in the calendar year and the competent authority up to March 31, 2011, for it to report. If additional information is required to the competent authority for consideration of the report pursuant to sentence 1, the aircraft operator is required to submit this information at the request of the competent authority within a period to be determined by the competent authority.
(2) for the purpose of determining and reporting pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 has the aircraft operators referred to in annex I and XV of the monitoring guidelines to create a monitoring plan, and to submit to the competent authority for approval. If the number 1 called list is made up to July 25, 2009 in the Federal Gazette known in article 1(2), the deadline for the submission of the monitoring plan is August 31, 2009, annex XV, section 3 paragraph 2 of the monitoring guidelines otherwise, the deadline for submission of the monitoring plan ends six weeks after the publication of this list.
(3) paragraph 2 to 4 and 6 also applies § 4. § 4 paragraph 7 shall apply mutatis mutandis with the proviso that itself changes the monitoring guidelines in the referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 2 at the relevant time and flight distance and the transported load related to the.
(4) the duties are eliminated pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2, if the aircraft operator to the competent authority in a written declaration of irrevocable 2013 to 2020 renounced his future claim to free allocation of privilege for the allocation period of 2012 and for the allocation period.

§ 6 free exemption for listed aircraft operators with privileged flights (1) on application by an aircraft operator which paragraph 3 of Directive 2003/87/EC is assigned to the Federal Republic of Germany as a competent management Member State, by the Commission in accordance with article 18a list which is to expect competent authority these aircraft operators by the obligations under the articles 4 and 5, if 1 the air vehicle operator in the calendar year was carried through 2008 only privileged flights to Appendix 1 or 2. , that the aircraft operator during the calendar years; perform privileged 2010 or 2011 only flights according to Appendix 1 the exemption applies to the calendar year for which it is expected that the aircraft operator meets the requirement.
(2) in the case of paragraph 1, number 2 has the changes compared to the scope of previously exercised the applicant, or to specify the type of aviation activity, to be expected on the basis of which is that he will conduct only privileged flights according to Appendix 1.
(3) the exemption will expire if the air vehicle operator in a calendar year for which the exemption was granted performing flights, which are not privileged under Appendix 1. In this case, the investigation and reporting obligations refer according to § 4 paragraph 5 and § 5 paragraph 1 sentence 1 each on the entire calendar year in which the exemption expired pursuant to sentence 1.
Section 3 reporting obligations on those other activities section 7 determination and communication of data (1) who is responsible for another activity has to determine annual emissions caused through his activities in the calendar years 2005 to 2008 and to inform the competent authority until March 31, 2010. When starting a new system in the period 2005 to 2008, the obligation pursuant to sentence 1 from the date of commissioning.
(2) the investigation and notification obligation, refers to those greenhouse gases that are listed in column 2 of the table in annex I of to Directive 2003/87/EC in the respective other activities.
(3) emissions at a further activity from burning, this should be referred to in annex II of the monitoring guidelines to determine and communicate. Those other activities related to their, annexes III to XI and XIII of the monitoring guidelines or this regulation in the section provide 8 and 9 activity-specific regulations §, these regulations in addition to the General provisions of annex I of the monitoring guidelines for the determination and communication of emissions are to be based. Those other activities related to their the monitoring guidelines in annexes or this regulation provide for no activity-specific regulations, the regulations of annex I of the monitoring guidelines for the determination and communication of emissions are to be based. Annex 2 part I number 2 of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1578), most recently by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1163) is has been modified, is according to.
(4) as far as the monitoring guidelines or in this Regulation No activity-specific requirements are set or the person responsible for the further activity unable to meet there specified requirements, are to identify the data with the highest in individual cases to reach degree of accuracy and completeness and to communicate. Who is responsible for the further activity has to present in this case, on what basis, the figures are and what level of accuracy has been achieved in this respect.
(5) who is responsible for a further action is required to indicate the following data: 1. the name of the other activity;
2. a textual and, if applicable, pictorial description of the plant to be monitored, the activities there and in the plant produced products;
3. the capacity of the system for the survey period;
4. the date of commissioning of the system;
5. the total thermal output, divided according to the individual units of the system, as far as a threshold value as a combustion heat output is specified for the activities in annex I of to Directive 2003/87/EC;
6. the classification of the other activity in accordance with the relevant to the plant numbering in the annex to the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit for differing numbering in the Immissions permit even this.
7. the NACE code, to associate the more activity to which is referred to in annex I of to Regulation (EC) No 1893/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 establishing the statistical classification of economic activities NACE revision 2 and amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of the Council, as well as some regulations of the EC on specific areas of statistics (OJ No. L 393 of 30.12.2006, p. 1);
8. the data referred to in the monitoring guidelines; redirected under annex I section 8 - with the exception of paragraphs before number 1, and section 14 and 9 in the case of forward Dome, synthesis gases and greenhouse gases on other systems information, in what quantity and how these gases in the case of reference of forwarded dome gas, synthesis gases or GHGs the indications of the quantity and origin of the gases.

§ 8 to determine special requirements on the identification and communication of perfluorocarbons (PFCS) are the perfluorocarbons (1) under TETRAFLUOROMETHANE and Hexafluoroethane according to Appendix 2 and to inform the emission levels for each year of the calendar years 2005 to 2008. The emission levels of TETRAFLUOROMETHANE and Hexafluoroethane are separately. While the quantity of emissions of Hexafluoroethane can be calculated from the emission amount of TETRAFLUOROMETHANE. With the release of TETRAFLUOROMETHANE and Hexafluoroethane is no conversion in carbon dioxide equivalents.
(2) the officer for another activity is required to communicate the following data in addition to the data according to § 7: 1 the annual production quantity aluminium depending on cell type.
2. specify of the cell types;
3.
the slope coefficient is determined for each plant cell-type-specific as well as the date of determining acquisition according to formula 2 in annex 2;
4. the duration of anode effect in recording according to formula 2 in annex 2; the method of detecting the anode effect duration is to describe;
5 overvoltage coefficients and the date of the determination of acquisition according to formula 3 in accordance with Annex 2;
6. the values of anode effect overvoltage during entry to formula 3 in accordance with Annex 2; the method of detecting the surge is to describe;
7. the power efficiency of aluminum production during entry to formula 3 in accordance with Annex 2; the method of determining the power efficiency is to describe;
8. the weighting factors used in determining the quantity of emissions of Hexafluoroethane formula 5.

Section 9 special requirements for the identification and communication of nitrous oxide (N2O) (1) the identification and communication of nitrous oxide shall apply with regard to the required minimum accuracy level 2 of annex XIII section 2.2 of the monitoring guidelines. Article 10 paragraph 1 and 2 of the allocation regulation also applies for the information needed in order to determine of the emission levels to the amount of the production 2012.
(2) the person responsible for the further activity is required in addition to the data according to § 7 in annex XIII section 9 letter of a data referred to g of the monitoring guidelines to specify that.
(3) to be nitrous oxide annex XIII section 2.6. or section 6.3 which has been monitoring guidelines determined and communicated to the person responsible for the further activities to explain the basis on which the determination is based and the degree of accuracy achieved has.
Section 4 procedures article 10 electronic communication which competent authority that aircraft operators, as well as those responsible for continued to use the electronic form templates provided on the Internet site of the competent authority and to submit the filled out form templates in electronic form prescribe. She are known at least a month before the fixed delivery deadline in the Federal Gazette pursuant to sentence 1 arrangements.

§ 11 (1) the reports referred to in sections 4 and 5, as well as the data communications according to paragraphs 7 to 9 must be checked prior to their submission by a knowledgeable Authority announced by the competent authority. The requirements referred to in annex V of to Directive 2003/87/EC shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(2) in assessing the data communications from those responsible for another activity in plants with carbon dioxide emissions by an average of less than 25 000 tonnes per year in the calendar years 2005 to 2008, the expert body can forgo a visit to the facility on site.
(3) the competent authority makes the expert bodies in accordance with the provisions of § 5, paragraph 3, sentence 2 to 9 of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1578), most recently by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1163) has been changed is known.
Section 5 penalties and entry into force of § 12 offences any person in the sense of article 19, paragraph 1 number 4 of the greenhouse gas emission trading law of 8 July 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1578), most recently by article 9 of the law of August 11, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1163) has been modified, is, who intentionally or negligently prevent 1 § 4 paragraph 3 sentence 1, also in conjunction with paragraph 4 sentence 2 , a monitoring plan not or not timely enough to, 2. contrary to article 4, paragraph 3, sentence 2, also in connection with paragraph 4 sentence 2, an indication not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely delivered, 3. contrary to § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 1 of the competent authority does not or not timely reported, 4. contrary to article 5, paragraph 1, sentence 2 incorrectly or incompletely transmitted an indication or 5 contrary to § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 1 in conjunction with § 7 paragraph 5 , § 8 paragraph 2 or article 9, paragraph 2 a notification does not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time.

Article 13 competent authority competent authority within the meaning of this regulation is the Federal Environmental Agency.

§ 14 entry into force this regulation enter into force on the day after the announcement.

Appendix 1 (§ 1 paragraph 2 number 2, § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 2, § 5, paragraph 1, sentence 1 and § 6) privileged flights (site BGBl. I 2009, 2123) 1 flights exclusively performed following passengers in an official mission: a) ruling monarchs and monarchs and their immediate families, b) Staatschefinnen leaders, Regierungschefinnen and leaders and ministers belonging to the Government and Minister of a non-Member State of the European Union , as far as this is indicated by an appropriate status indicator in the flight plan;
2. military flights in military aircraft and customs and police flights;
3. flights related to search and rescue operations, extinguishing purposes, flights in the humanitarian mission and ambulance flights in medical emergencies, unless you have a permit of the competent authority;
4. flights performed exclusively under visual flight rules within the meaning of sections 28 and 31 to 34 of the air traffic regulations;
5. flights where the aircraft non-stop back to the initial place of flight;
6 training flights performed exclusively for the purchase of a licence or an authorization for the crew, unless this is indicated in the flight plan; These flights may not be used for the carriage of passengers or cargo or for the positioning or transfer of aircraft;
7 flights that serve only scientific research or the examination, testing or approval of air vehicles or equipment, regardless of whether it is onboard or ground equipment;
8 flights by aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of less than 5 700 kg;
9 flights within the framework of public service obligations in accordance with article 16 of Regulation (EC) no 1008/2008 on routes within areas in remote regions within the meaning of article 299 (2) of the Treaty establishing the European Community, or on routes with a proposed capacity of at most 30 000 seats per year, as well as 10 flights after § 1 paragraph 2 , not already covered by the numbers 1 to 9 and be carried by an aircraft operator which provides line or non-air traffic services for a fee to the public, where he carried passengers, freight or mail (commercial aircraft operators), unless these operators either a) performs less than 243 of such flights in each of three consecutive four-month periods or b) such flights of that aircraft operator in annual total emissions amount to less than 10 000 tonnes;
This privilege does not apply for flights performed exclusively to ministers belonging to the carriage of reigning monarchs and monarchs and members of their immediate families, as well as Staatschefinnen, Regierungschefinnen and heads of State and Government and to the Government and Ministers of Member State of the European Union in the exercise of their duties.

Appendix 2 (section 8, paragraph 1, sentence 1 and paragraph 2 number 3 to 8) discovery and reporting of perfluorocarbons (PFCS) (site BGBl. I 2009, 2124 - 2125) part 1 determination of emissions of TETRAFLUOROMETHANE (CF4) 1.
The total emissions of TETRAFLUOROMETHANE shall be determined according to Formula 1. The emission levels determined for each plant cell-type-specific ECF4 are either formula 2 or formula 3 determine i in relation to litigation. Article 10 paragraph 1 and 2 of the allocation regulation also applies for the information needed in order to determine of the emission levels to the production volume in tonnes of aluminium 2012.
2. in a year after a recognized measuring method a slope coefficient for a cell type found, having no more than an inaccuracy by 15 per cent, this slope coefficient in formula 2 for the reporting year concerned and the relevant cell type is to use. If not in each year of the period 2005 to 2008 such a discovery took place, a slope coefficient from an other year can be used for a cell type, provided there is no more than an inaccuracy by 15 percent. If a discovery pursuant to sentence 1 and 2 the inaccuracy of a measured slope coefficient is higher than 15 percent, or where in any year of the period 2005 to 2008, a slope coefficient has been determined after a recognized measuring method for a particular cell type, a slope coefficient is for 2009 after a recognized measuring method for each type of cell to determine and to apply to all years of data communication. If resulting from business interruptions, process errors or other technical reasons in 2009 when determining a slope coefficient inaccuracy is exceeded by 15 per cent, the corresponding default factor from the table in part 3 is to use. It is the application of a standard factor.
3. the requirements overvoltage coefficients to be used in formula 3 for number 2 according to.
Part 2 determination of emissions of Hexafluoroethane (C2F6) 1.
The total emissions of Hexafluoroethane shall be determined according to formula 4. While the cell type-related emission quantities of C2F6 shall be determined from equation 5.
2.
The standard factors in column 4 of the table in part 3 can be used for the weighting factor. In case of a measurement the requirements under Part apply 1 number 2.
Part 3 formulas and table formula 1 (total emissions of CF4) EMISCF4 = ∑i ECF4, i with i index for cell type EMISCF4 total emissions of CF4 in kg CF4 ECF4 i quantity of emissions of CF4 in kg CF4 depending on cell type i formula 2 (emission levels of CF4 depending on cell type over the duration of anode effects) ECF4, i SCF4 =, i * AEMi * MPi with ECF4, i quantity of emissions of CF4 for cell type i kg CF4 SCF4 , i slope coefficient for cell type i (kg CF4 / ton Al) / (AE minutes / cell day) AEMi anode effect duration for cell type i cell day in AE minutes / cell-day MPi production quantity in tonnes Al for cell type i formula 3 (emission levels of CF4 depending on cell type over the height of the surge effects) ECF4, i OVCi = * AEOi * MPi / CEi * 100% with ECF4, i quantity of emissions of CF4 for cell type i kg CF4 OVCi overvoltage coefficient for cell type (kg CF4 / ton Al) i / mV AEOi anode effect overvoltage of cell type i in mV
 
CEi electricity efficiency per cell type of aluminum production in (E.g. 95%)
 
MPi production quantity in tonnes Al for cell type i formula 4 (calculation of the total emissions of C2F6) EMISC2F6 = ∑i EC2F6, i with i index for cell type EMISC2F6 total emission of C2F6 kg C2F6 EC2F6, i emission amount of C2F6 depending on cell type i formula 5 (calculation of emission amounts of C2F6 depending on cell type) EC2F6, i ECF4, i * FC2F6/CF4, i with EC2F6 =, i emission quantity C2F6 for cell type i measured in kg C2F6 ECF4 , i quantity of emissions of CF4 for cell type i measured in kg CF4 FC2F6/CF4, i weighting factor, which i Specifies the ratio of EC2F6 to ECF4 kg C2F6 / kg CF4 for cell type table cell type default factor Steigungs-coefficient (SCF4, i) default factor overvoltage coefficient (OVCi) default factor Gewichtungs-factor (FC2F6/CF4, i) Middle servingman furnace with a burnt anodes 0,143 1.16 of 0,121 page servingman furnace with a burnt anodes 0,272 3.65 0,252 Soderberg cell with vertical arrangement of anodes 0,092 n.r.. 1) 0.053 Soderberg cell with horizontal arrangement of anodes 0.099 n.r.. 1) 0,085 1) n.r. = not relevant