40 CFR 97.41 - Timing requirements for NO X allowance allocations.

§ 97.41 Timing requirements for NOX allowance allocations.
(a) The NOX allowance allocations, determined in accordance with §§ 97.42(a) through (c), for the control periods in 2004 through 2007 are set forth in appendices A and B of this part.
(b) By April 1, 2005, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with §§ 97.42 (a) through (c), for the control periods in 2008 through 2012.
(c) By April 1, 2010, by April 1 of 2015, and thereafter by April 1 of the year that is 5 years after the last year for which NOX allowances allocations are determined, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with §§ 97.42(a) through (c), for the control periods in the years that are 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 years after the applicable deadline under this paragraph (c).
(d) By April 1, 2004 and April 1 of each year thereafter, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with § 97.42(d), for the control period in the year of the applicable deadline under this paragraph (d).
(e) The Administrator will make available to the public each determination of NOX allowance allocations under paragraph (b), (c), or (d) of this section and will provide an opportunity for submission of objections to the determination. Objections shall be limited to addressing whether the determination is in accordance with § 97.42. Based on any such objections, the Administrator will adjust each determination to the extent necessary to ensure that it is in accordance with § 97.42.
[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 67 FR 21529, Apr. 30, 2002]

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