This form is for use by an owner or operator of Acid Rain emissions units who wants to average their NOx emission rate.
Under 40 CFR 76.11, any affected units under control of the same owner or operator and with the same designated representative may average their NOX emission rate, rather than each unit complying on an individual-unit basis with the applicable emission limitation in 40 CFR 76.5, 76.6, or 76.7. Units with no common owner or operator may not average their emissions.
You may submit a Phase II NOx Averaging Plan (or a revision to an approved Phase II NOx Averaging Plan) to the DEP Division of Air Resource Management at any time up to and including January 1 of the calendar year for which the Phase II NOx Averaging Plan will become effective.
If the Phase II NOx Averaging Plan is restricted to units located within a single permitting authority's jurisdiction, you may submit the plan at any time up to and including July 1 of the calendar year for which the plan will become effective.
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