Aircraft operator account
For aircraft operators which should report emissions and surrender allowances, a so-called aircraft operator account must be opened in the Union Registry.
The aircraft operator is responsible for applying for an account in the Union Registry when the Environmental Protection Agency has approved a monitoring plan for the operator.
An account application must be submitted to the Swedish Energy Agency including documentation which contains information about the legal or natural person who applies to become an account holder. In addition, at least two individuals must be registered as account representatives. These individuals perform the actual tasks on the account.
Each step in the application guide is accessed by clicking on the corresponding arrow in the graphic above.
Common requirements for documentation
The following is needed to prove the authenticity of submitted documents and to make their content available for the Swedish Energy Agency:
Copies of documents submitted as evidence must be certified as a true copy by a notary public or other similar person specified by the national administrator. Regarding documents issued outside Sweden, the copy must be legalised. The date of the certification or legalisation must not be more than three months prior to the date of application. Contact details of the notary public/legalisation office shall show on the copy or be attached.
Copies of documents submitted to the Swedish Energy Agency as evidence shall be in English or Swedish. If the original is in another language it shall be accompanied by an authorised translation to English or Swedish.