Regulation (2014:349) On Certain Cost-Benefit Analyses In The Field Of Energy

Original Language Title: Förordning (2014:349) om vissa kostnads-nyttoanalyser på energiområdet

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2014:349

Introductory provisions



Article 1 this regulation lays down rules that connect

to Act (2014:268) on certain cost-benefit analyses on

the energy sector.



In this regulation have the same meaning as words and phrases in

the law of certain cost-benefit analyses in the field of energy.



2 section With high efficiency cogeneration plant, a thermal

electricity generating plant whose combined production meets

the criteria set out in annex II to European Parliament

and Council directive 27/EU of 25 October 2012

energy efficiency, amending directives 2009/125/EC and

2010/30/EC and repealing directives 2004/8/EC and

2006/32/EC, in the wording of Council Directive 2013/12/EU.



paragraph 3 of the State's energy authority is the supervisory authority under the law

(2014:268) on certain cost-benefit analyses on

the energy sector.



Exemption from the obligation to perform a

cost-benefit analysis



4 § the obligation to carry out a cost-benefit analysis as referred to in

Act (2014:268) on certain cost-benefit analyses on

the energy sector does not include



1. the peak load and auxiliary installations

electricity production that is planned to be in service up to a maximum of 1 500

operating hours per year as a rolling average over a

period of five years,



2. nuclear power plants, and



3. establishments need to be placed near a facility

for the purposes of geological storage of carbon dioxide emissions covered by authorization

According to the Swedish environmental code or pursuant to provisions adopted by

support of the beam.



The Swedish Energy Agency may announce details relating to the

the derogations referred to in the first subparagraph 1 and 3.



paragraph 5 of the Swedish Energy Agency may provide for

thresholds expressed as the amount of available properties

waste heat, heat demand or the distances between

industrial plants and district heating networks, in order to exclude

individual installations from the provisions of paragraph 3 of the first

paragraph 2-4 teams (2014:268) on certain cost-benefit analyses

in the field of energy.



Fees



section 6 of the Charge shall, pursuant to sections 10 to 14

fee Regulation (1992:191) will be charged for the examination of cases

According to the law (2014:268) on certain cost-benefit analyses on

the energy sector. Tariff class 6 shall apply.



Authorization



section 7 of the State's energy authority may provide for



1. the obligation to carry out a cost-benefit analysis,



2. What's a cost-benefit analysis should include, and



3. how a cost-benefit analysis should be performed and reported.