A list of all facilities and offices in California owned or operated by that parent company or companies, directly or through a subsidiary, that emit direct GHG emissions from combustion that is not for the purpose of facility space heating, including facilities and offices not subject to the requirements of this article;
Contact information for the facilities and offices provided in section 95104(a)(8)(A), including physical addresses, e-mail addresses if available, and telephone numbers;
The operator may elect to have information required by sections 95104(a)(8)(A)-(B) submitted separately by the parent company for all facilities under the ownership or operational control of the parent company or its subsidiaries;
The operator may also elect to provide a single contact person, e-mail, and phone contact for all facilities listed under the requirements of 95104(a)(8)(A)-(B);
Information provided under section 95104(a)(8) is not subject to the verification requirements of this article.
Emission factors developed or measured by the operator using approved source testing as provided under sections 95125(b)(4) or 95125(h)(3). Emission factors shall be provided in units of emissions per amount of fuel consumed, where fuel is reported in units of either scf for gases, gallons for liquids, short tons for non-biomass solids, or bone dry tons for biomass- derived solid fuels.
A signed and dated statement provided by the operator that the report has been prepared in accordance with this article, and that the statements and information contained in the emissions data report are true, accurate, and complete.
Maintaining the GHG Inventory Program. To facilitate annual compilation of the emissions data report, the operator shall maintain a greenhouse gas inventory program that ensures that emissions calculations and electricity transactions information are transparent, accurate, and independently verifiable. The operator shall establish, document, implement, and maintain data acquisition and handling activities for the calculation and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions. Such activities shall include measuring, monitoring, analyzing, recording, processing and calculating the parameters specified by this article.
Data Completeness. The operator shall establish, document, implement and maintain a system that provides clarity, transparency, and completeness of data sufficient to facilitate replication of the emissions and electricity transactions information reported as specified by this article. The operator shall make every reasonable effort to complete emissions data reports that contain no material misstatement and are in conformance with the emission calculation methodologies and factors specified by this article. The operator shall implement