Reporting, Sending, Recording and Retaining Information (continued)
Marginal note:Performance test reporting
22 (1) A responsible person for a boiler unit referred to in subsection 3(4) must send, to the Minister, a report containing the information referred to in Schedule 4 in relation to the performance test identified in section 5 no later than 60 days after the performance test was conducted.
Marginal note:Performance test verifier’s report — initial test
(2) In the case of a boiler unit referred to in subsection 3(4), the responsible person must obtain a report, signed by the performance test verifier, on the initial performance test, that contains the information referred to in Schedule 5 and send it to the Minister with their report referred to in subsection (1).
Marginal note:Electronic report, notice and application
23 (1) A report or notice that is required, or an application that is made, under these Regulations must be sent electronically in the form specified by the Minister and must bear the electronic signature of an authorized official of the responsible person.
Marginal note:Paper report or notice
(2) If the Minister has not specified an electronic form or if the person is unable to send the report, notice or application electronically in accordance with subsection (1) because of circumstances beyond the person’s control, the report, notice or application must be sent on paper, in the form specified by the Minister, if applicable, and be signed by an authorized official of the responsible person.
Marginal note:Maintain copy
24 (1) A responsible person for a unit must make a record containing the following documents and information:
(a) any notice referred to in subsection 21(5) that was sent to the Minister along with supporting documents;
(b) any application referred to in subsection 7(3) or 8(2), whichever applies, along with supporting documents;
(c) every measurement and calculation used to determine the value of an element of a formula used for the purposes of section 4 and, if applicable, section 5, along with an indication of the standards that were used to determine the value of the elements used in those formula and any necessary supporting documents;
(d) an indication of the standards or methods referred to in the description of CCi in subsection 18(2) that were used to determine the value of CCA in paragraph 18(1)(a), (b) or (c), as the case may be, or, for a sample of gaseous fuel, a statement that indicates that a direct measuring device was used to determine that value;
(e) information demonstrating that any meter referred to in section 11 complies with the requirements of the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act and the Electricity and Gas Inspection Regulations, including a certificate referred to in section 14 of that Act;
(f) information demonstrating that the installation, maintenance and calibration of the measuring devices referred to in subsection 9(1) were done in accordance with that subsection and subsection 9(2) and that the measuring devices used comply with subsection 9(3);
(g) supporting documents that confirm the CEMS certification under section 10;
(h) any document, record or information referred to in section 8 of the Reference Method, for each calendar year during which a responsible person used a CEMS;
(i) the results of the analysis of every sample taken in accordance with section 19, as well as the date that each sample was taken and an indication of the standards that were used to take representative samples of the fuel;
(j) information demonstrating the unit capacity set out in the annual report;
(k) in the case of a unit that has a combustion engine that is temporarily installed for a period of 90 days or less as part of repair or maintenance,
(i) evidence that the combustion engine underwent repairs or maintenance and that a replacement combustion engine was temporarily connected to the unit for the duration of the repairs or maintenance,
(ii) the number of days that a replacement combustion engine was connected to the unit, and
(iii) the number of days that the repairs or maintenance lasted;
(l) information demonstrating each combustion engine capacity set out in the annual report, the date on which each combustion engine was installed and, in the case of a combustion engine with a capacity of 150 MW or less, a statement that, if applicable, the combustion engine was installed to replace an engine, with a capacity of 150 MW or less, as part of repair or maintenance; and
(m) any report referred to in section 22, along with supporting documents.
Marginal note:30 days
(2) The record referred to in subsection (1) must be made as soon as feasible but not later than 30 days after the day on which the information and documents to be included in it become available.
Marginal note:Retention of records and reports
25 A responsible person who is required under these Regulations to make a record or send a report or notice must keep the record or a copy of the report or notice, along with the supporting documents, at their principal place of business in Canada for at least seven years after they make the record or send the report or notice.
Coming into Force
26 (1) Subject to subsection (2), these Regulations come into force on January 1, 2019.
Marginal note:Deferred application
(2) These Regulations become applicable to combustion engine units on January 1, 2021.
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