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tonnage  emission limitation equal to the product of the unit's annual

fuel  consumption, on  a Btu  basis, at  a 65 percent  capacity factor

multiplied by the unit's allowable  1985 sulfur dioxide emission  rate

(converted,  if  necessary, to  pounds  per mmBtu),  divided  by 2,000

unless the owner or operator of such unit holds allowances to emit not

less than the unit's total annual emissions.

   "(2)  After January  1,  2000,  the Administrator  shall  allocate

allowances pursuant to  section 403  to each unit  which is listed  in

table B  of this paragraph  in an  annual amount equal  to the  amount

specified in table B.  

                               TABLE B

   Unit

Allowances  

Brandon Shores                                                 8,907

Miller 4                                                    9,197

TNP One 2                                                      4,000

Zimmer 1                                                    18,458

Spruce 1                                                    7,647

Clover 1                                                    2,796

Clover 2                                                    2,796

Twin Oak 2                                                  1,760

Twin Oak 1                                                  9,158

Cross 1                                                        6,401

Malakoff 1                                                  1,759

Notwithstanding  any other  paragraph  of this  subsection, for  units

subject  to  this  paragraph,  the Administrator  shall  not  allocate

allowances  pursuant  to  any  other  paragraph  of  this  subsection,

Provided  that the owner or operator  of a unit listed  on Table B may

elect an  allocation of  allowances  under another  paragraph of  this

subsection in lieu of an allocation under this paragraph.

   "(3) Beginning January  1, 2000, the Administrator  shall allocate

to the owner or operator of any utility unit that commences commercial

operation, or has commenced commercial operation, on or  after October

1, 1990,  but not later than December 31, 1992 allowances in an amount

equal  to the product of the unit's  annual fuel consumption, on a Btu

basis, at  a 65 percent  capacity factor multiplied  by the  lesser of

0.30  lbs/mmBtu or the  unit's allowable sulfur  dioxide emission rate

(converted, if necessary, to pounds per mmBtu), divided by 2,000.

   "(4) Beginning January  1, 2000, the Administrator  shall allocate

to  the owner  or  operator of  any utility  unit  that has  commenced

construction before  December 31,  1990 and that  commences commercial

operation between January 1, 1993 and December 31, 1995, allow-

ances  in an  amount equal to  the product  of the  unit's annual fuel

consumption,  on  a  Btu  basis,  at  a  65  percent  capacity  factor

multiplied by the  lesser of  0.30 lbs/mmBtu or  the unit's  allowable

sulfur  dioxide emission rate (converted,  if necessary, to pounds per

mmBtu), divided by 2,000.

   "(5) After January 1, 2000, it shall be unlawful for any  existing

utility  unit that  has  completed conversion  from predominantly  gas

fired existing  operation to coal  fired operation between  January 1,

1985  and December  31, 1987,  for which  there has  been  allocated a

proposed  or final prohibition order pursuant to section 301(b) of the

Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act of 1978 (42 U.S.C. 8301 et seq,

repealed  1987) to exceed  an annual sulfur  dioxide tonnage emissions

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