REGULATION FOR THE MANDATORY REPORTING OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Adopt new Subchapter 10, Article 2, sections 95100 to 95133, title 17, California Code of Regulations, to read as follows:
Subchapter 10: Climate Change
This subchapter contains regulations to implement the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (Stats. 2006; Chapter 488; Health and Safety Code sections 38500 et seq.)
Article 1: [Reserved]
Article 2: Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting
§ 95100. Purpose.
The purpose of this article is to require the reporting and verification of greenhouse gas emissions from specified greenhouse gas emissions sources. This article is designed to meet the requirements of section 38530 of the Health and Safety Code.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 39600, 39601, 41511, 38510, and 38530, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 39600, 41511, and 38530, Health and Safety Code.
§ 95101. Applicability.
Organization of this Article. Subarticle 1 specifies general requirements for the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions that apply to all facilities listed below in section (b). Subarticle 2 specifies reporting requirements and calculation methods for specific types of facilities. Subarticle 3 specifies calculation methods that are applicable to multiple types of facilities. Subarticle 4 specifies greenhouse gas emissions data report verification requirements and the requirements for those who perform greenhouse gas emission verifications.
Except as provided in section 95101(c) and section 95103(e), this article applies to the following entities:
Operators of cement plants in California;
Operators of petroleum refineries in California that emit greater than or equal to 25,000 metric tonnes of CO2 in any calendar year after 2007 from the combination of stationary combustion and process sources;