Permitting requirements / process

Permitting requirements / process

This Lap analyses the legal (regulations and standards) requirements for HRS and the permitting process, including the administrative process involved in obtaining the required approvals to build and operate a HRS.
Where applicable, it looks at whether the permitting process consists of several processes involving multiple permits and authorities and the nature of each of these processes and steps
 
What is the competent authority responsible for the permitting requirements? If more than one, list them
What are the different steps of the process (e.g. which authority in charge of each step)? If possible, add a flow chart.
Are there any exemptions/ “simplified” process (e.g. for demonstration projects)?
What kind of permits are needed from the approval authority, and are they separated/integrated (single permit)? E.g. building permit, construction a operation permit for installations, environmental permit
Is the process at local level uniform throughout a country? (uniform interpretation?)
How long does it take to obtain a permit for the construction and operation of HRS? a
) Is there a maximum response time for granting the permit? b) If yes, what is the response time? c) What is the actual experience in practice?
a - Is there a maximum response time for granting the permit?
b - If yes, what is the response time?
c - What is the actual experience in practice? How long does it take to obtain a permit for the construction and operation of HRS?
Are there specific requirements from the authorities before/during/after construction of HRS for its commissioning?
When is the HRS ready for operation?
Is it a barrier? Yes
Type of Barrier Operational barriers
Assessment Severity
1
Assessment This is a significant ‘overhead’ for the sector and restricts the ability to rollout HRS in main urban areas – but it is inevitable in the context of refuelling facilities for a potentially hazardous substance
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