ENERGY GRANTS (CLEANER FUELS) SCHEME ACT 2004 [ REPEALED]

PART 1 - PRELIMINARY  

SECTION 4A   Definition of renewable diesel  

(1)  
For the purposes of this Act, renewable diesel means liquid fuel that:


(a) is manufactured by chemically altering vegetable oils or animal fats (including recycled oils from these sources) through a process of hydrogenation (whether or not that process was part of some other process); and


(b) complies with the applicable fuel standard for diesel.

(2)  
If:


(a) a quantity of liquid fuel (the final fuel ) is manufactured; and


(b) a part of the final fuel was manufactured by chemically altering vegetable oils or animal fats (including recycled oils from these sources) through a process of hydrogenation; and


(c) a part of the final fuel is diesel; and


(d) the final fuel satisfies the applicable fuel standard for diesel;

then the amount of the final fuel worked out in accordance with the regulations is taken to be a renewable diesel for the purposes of this act.




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