||eCFR Subpart UUUUU [ecfr.gov]
This subpart applies to:
An EGU is:
- Owners and operators of coal-fired or oil-fired electric utility steam generating units (EGUs).
- A fossil fuel-fired combustion unit of more than 25 megawatts electric (MWe) that serves as a generator to produce electricity for sale, or
- A fossil fuel-fired unit that cogenerates steam and electricity and supplies more than 1/3 of its potential electric output capacity and more than 25 MWe output to any utility power distribution system for sale.
Not subject to this subpart:
- Stationary combustion turbines (not including integrated gasification combined cycle turbines) covered under NESHAP YYYY.
- EGUs that are not coal- or oil-fired and combust natural gas for more than 10% average annual heat input for any 3 calendar years or for more than 15% annual heat input during any calendar year.
- EGUs that can combust more than 25 MW of coal or oil and did not fire these fuels for more than 10% of the average annual heat input during any 3 calendar years or for more than 15% annual heat input during any calendar year.
- Any electric steam generating unit combusting solid waste subject to sections 129 and 111 of the Clean Air Act.
|Rules apply to small, area sources?
|Known Sources in NDEQ Jurisdiction:
OPPD - Nebraska City Station
NPPD - Gerald Gentleman Station
|Date of Original Final Rule:
||04/06/2017 - Final Rule
04/06/2016 - Final Rule; Technical Corrections
04/23/2013 - Final Rule
04/19/2012 - Final Corrections
|State Regulations (Title 129):
||Title 129, Chapter 28, Section 001.89. Sources are also responsible for ensuring they are in compliance with current federal requirements found for this subpart in the CFR.
||40 CFR Part 63.9980
||Subpart D, Da, Db, Dc - Fossil fuel-fired, electric utility, large and small industrial, commercial, and institutional steam generating units.
NESHAP - 40 CFR Part 63Subpart DDDDD - Boilers & Process Heaters (major sources)
Subpart JJJJJJ - Boilers (area sources)
|Regulations and Federal Registers:
||eCFR Subpart UUUUU [ecfr.gov]
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2017-04-06 - Final Rule; Electronic Reporting Requirements.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2016-04-06 - Final Rule; Technical Corrections.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2013-04-23 - Final Rule.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2012-08-02 - Partial Stay - New Source Requirements.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2012-04-19 - Final Corrections.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2012-02-16 - Final Rule.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Fed. Reg. 2011-05-03 - Proposed Rule.pdf)
||NDEQ Notification Forms
(See attached file: 5U - NDEQ Initial Notification Form.pdf)(See attached file: 5U - NDEQ Initial Notification Form.docx)
Compliance Extension Request Form
- Existing Source = constructed or reconstructed on or before May 3, 2011
- New Source = constructed or reconstructed after May 3, 2011
- Existing source = No later than Aug 14, 2012
- New source
- Startup before April 16, 2012 = Must notify by Aug 14, 2012
- Startup on or after April 16, 2012 = Must notify within 15 days of startup
Notice of Intent to Test
Compliance Status Notification
- Existing source = Must comply by April 16, 2015
- New source = Must comply by April 16, 2012 or upon startup, whichever is later
- 60 days after test or initial compliance demonstration
- January – June 30 reporting period = Due by July 31
- July 1 – December 31 reporting period = Due by January 31
- Can be submitted with Title V Certification of Compliance & Deviation Reports
|FAQs, Fact Sheets, and Rule Summaries:
||EPA's Power Plant Site [epa.gov] - Proposal documents, presentations, and fact sheets
|Presentations, Training and Articles:
|Other Information and Resources:
||(See attached file: 5U - Fact Sheet - 2016-04-14.pdf)
(See attached file: 5U - Flexible Implementation Memo 12-27-2011.pdf)
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