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Acid Rain Program 2003 Applicability Determinations

View EPA's formal responses to written requests for applicability determinations under 40 CFR 72.6 from 2003.

View Acid Rain Program Applicability Determinations to find EPA responses from other years, plus related information.

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  • Mecklenburg (PDF)(4 pp, 16 K, November 25, 2003)
    A qualifying cogeneration facility with 2 coal-fired boilers, each serving a 66 MW generator. 40 CFR 72.2 (definition of "qualifying facility") and 40 CFR 72.6(a)(3)(v) (as applied to qualifying facilities that lose their qualifying facility status).
  • Mobile Energy Services Company (PDF)(9 pp, 27 K, August 8, 2003)
    A cogeneration facility with units producing electricity for sale to meet on-site demand and also to the grid. 40 CFR 72.2 (definition of "cogeneration unit" and "power distribution system") and 40 CFR 72.6(b)(4) (Acid Rain applicability regulations as applied to cogeneration units).
  • Pittsfield (PDF)(2 pp, 13 K, May 19, 2003)
    Three combined cycle units that commenced commercial operation before November 15, 1990. 40 CFR 72.6(b)(1) and 40 CFR 72.2 (definition of "simple combustion turbine").
  • Rensselaer (PDF)(6 pp, 26 K, May 26, 2003)
    A cogeneration facility no longer covered by a qualifying power purchase commitment. 40 CFR 72.6(a)(3)(v), 40 CFR 72.6(b)(5), and 40 CFR 72.2 (definition of "qualifying power purchase commitment").