document all maintenance and service performed on the unit during the report year, including the quantity of HFCs added to or removed from the unit, and include a record at the beginning and end of each report year. The operator may use service log information along with the following simplified material balance equations to quantify fugitive HFCs from unit installation, servicing, and retirement, as applicable. The operator shall include the sum of HFC emissions from the applicable equations in the greenhouse gas emissions data report.
= HFC emitted during initial charging/installation of the unit, kilograms; = HFC emitted during use and servicing of the unit for the report year, kilograms; = HFC emitted during the removal from service/retirement of the
unit, kilograms; = HFC used to fill new unit (omit if unit was pre-charged by the manufacturer), kilograms; = Nameplate capacity of new unit (omit if unit was pre-charged by the manufacturer), kilograms; = HFC used to recharge the unit during maintenance and service, kilograms; = HFC recovered from the unit during maintenance and service, kilograms; = Nameplate capacity of the retired unit, kilograms; = HFC recovered from the retired unit, kilograms.
Calculation of Fugitive CH4 Emissions. Operators of generating facilities that combust coal shall calculate and include fugitive CH4 emissions from coal storage using the methodology provided in section 95125(j).
Calculation of Fugitive CO2 Emissions from Geothermal Generating Facilities. Operators of geothermal electricity generating facilities shall calculate and include fugitive CO2 emissions using one of the following methods:
CO2 = EF * Heat * (0.001)
Where CO2 = CO2 emissions, metric tonnes per year;