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(3) Documentation of the process for collecting fuel use data for the facility and its sources; Any GHG emissions calculations and methods used; All emission factors used for emission estimates, including documentation for any factors not provided by ARB; Any facility or other input data used for emission estimates; Documentation of biomass fractions for specific fuels; Record of electric power purchase and sale transactions, including imports and exports of power into and from California; The fuel use data, emissions, or other data submitted to the ARB under this article including the emissions data report; Names and documentation of key facility personnel involved in emissions (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10 ) calculating and reporting; (11) Any other information that is required for the verification of the emissions data report. (12) A log to be prepared for each reporting year, beginning January 1, 2009, documenting all procedural changes made in GHG accounting methods and changes to instrumentation critical to GHG emissions determination.

  • (d)

    For measurement based methodologies, each operator shall retain the following information for at least five years after the submission of the emissions data report:

    • (1)

      The list of all emission sources monitored;

    • (2)

      Collected monitoring data;

    • (3)

      The data used to assess the accuracy of emissions from each emissions source, categorized by process;

    • (4)

      Quality assurance and quality control information including information regarding any measurement gaps;

    • (5)

      The data used for the corroborating calculations;

    • (6)

      A detailed technical description of the continuous measurement system, including documentation of any findings and approvals by federal, State or local agencies;

    • (7)

      Raw and aggregated data from the continuous measurement system; including documentation of changes over time and the log book on tests, down-times, calibrations, servicing and maintenance;

    • (8)

      Documentation of any changes in continuous measurement systems.

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 39600, 39601, 41511, 38510, and 38530, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 39600, 41511, and 38530, Health and Safety Code.

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