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Official Journal of the European Union, L 215, 17 June 2021


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Official Journal

of the European Union

L 215

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Legislation

Volume 64
17 June 2021


Contents

 

II   Non-legislative acts

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DECISIONS

 

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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2021/973 of 1 June 2021 confirming or amending the provisional calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions targets for manufacturers of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles for the calendar year 2019 and, for the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool, for the calendar years 2014 to 2018 pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/631 of the European Parliament and of the Council (notified under document C(2021) 3682)  ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2021/974 of 9 June 2021 approving the amended national programmes to improve the production and marketing of apiculture products submitted by the Member States under Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (notified under document C(2021) 4021)

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GUIDELINES

 

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Guideline (EU) 2021/975 of the European Central Bank of 2 June 2021 amending Guideline ECB/2014/31 on additional temporary measures relating to Eurosystem refinancing operations and eligibility of collateral (ECB/2021/26)

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(1)   Text with EEA relevance.

EN

Acts whose titles are printed in light type are those relating to day-to-day management of agricultural matters, and are generally valid for a limited period.

The titles of all other Acts are printed in bold type and preceded by an asterisk.


II Non-legislative acts

DECISIONS

17.6.2021   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 215/1


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2021/973

of 1 June 2021

confirming or amending the provisional calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions targets for manufacturers of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles for the calendar year 2019 and, for the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool, for the calendar years 2014 to 2018 pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/631 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document C(2021) 3682)

(Only the Czech, Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian and Swedish texts are authentic)

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2019/631 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2019 setting CO2 emission performance standards for new passenger cars and for new light commercial vehicles and repealing Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and (EU) No 510/2011 (1), and in particular the second subparagraph of Article 7(5) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/631, and, with regard to the specific emission targets and average specific emissions for the calendar year 2019, Regulations (EC) No 443/2009 (2) and (EU) No 510/2011 (3), the Commission is required to determine, each year, the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions target for each manufacturer responsible for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles registered in the Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom as well as for each pool of manufacturers. On that basis, the performance of manufacturers or pools of manufacturers in complying with their obligation to not exceed their respective specific emission targets is established.

(2)

The detailed data to be used for the calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions targets for the calendar year 2019 is based on the reporting authorities’ registrations of new passenger cars and new light commercial vehicles during that calendar year.

(3)

All countries submitted their 2019 data to the Commission, however, in some cases with some delays as compared to the reporting deadline of 28 February 2020. Where, as a result of the verification of the data by the Commission, it was evident that certain data were missing or manifestly incorrect, the Commission has contacted the reporting authorities concerned and, subject to their agreement, adjusted or completed the data accordingly. Where no agreement could be reached with a reporting authority, the provisional data submitted by that country was not adjusted.

(4)

On 26 June 2020, the Commission published the provisional data and notified 91 manufacturers of passenger cars and 61 manufacturers of light commercial vehicles, as well as the respective pools, of the provisional calculations of their average specific emissions of CO2 and their specific emissions targets in 2019.

(5)

The provisional data notified by the Commission included the correction factors, both for passenger cars, calculated in accordance with Article 7(2) of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153 (4) and for light commercial vehicles, calculated in accordance with Article 6(2) of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1152 (5). The determination of correction factors is part of the correlation procedures set up in order to reflect the change in the regulatory test procedure for the measurement of specific emissions of CO2. They serve to ensure that procedural tolerances necessary for the correlation of the CO2 emission values are applied as intended and not as a means to artificially lower those values.

(6)

A correction factor is calculated based on deviation and verification factors determined for a statistical sample of vehicles that should be representative of the manufacturer’s fleet of new vehicles.

(7)

Manufacturers were asked to verify the provisional data in accordance with Article 8(4) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and Article 8(5) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and, in particular, the deviation and verification factors on the basis of which the correction factor is calculated, and to notify the Commission of any errors within three months of receipt of the notification. 56 manufacturers of passenger cars and 24 manufacturers of light commercial vehicle submitted a notification of errors. For one passenger car manufacturer, the applicability of a correction factor to their average specific emissions was confirmed. For one manufacturer of passenger cars and one manufacturer of light commercial vehicles, all vehicles reported in the provisional dataset were outside the scope of Regulation (EU) 2019/631.

(8)

For the remaining manufacturers of passenger cars and manufacturers of light commercial vehicles that did not notify any errors in the datasets or respond otherwise, the provisional data and provisional calculations of the average specific emissions and the specific emissions targets should be confirmed. For one of those manufacturers of light commercial vehicles a correction factor should be applied.

(9)

The Commission has verified the errors notified by the manufacturers and the reasons for their correction, and the provisional dataset has been confirmed or amended as appropriate. Only those records have been retained in the dataset that include the values for mass and CO2 emissions. As a result, for 89 manufacturers of passenger cars and 58 manufacturers of light commercial vehicles the provisional data should be confirmed or amended.

(10)

In accordance with Articles 4 of Regulations (EC) No 443/2009 and (EU) No 510/2011, a manufacturer should be considered as compliant with its specific emissions target where its average specific emissions of CO2 indicated in this Decision do not exceed its specific emissions target. For manufacturers which are members of a pool, compliance should be assessed at the level of the pool in accordance with Articles 7(7) of those Regulations.

(11)

Records with complete data on mass in running order and CO2 emissions but with missing or incorrect vehicle identification numbers should be included in the calculation of the specific emission targets and the average specific emissions. However, the fact that manufacturers cannot verify or correct those records should be taken into account. Therefore, it is appropriate to apply an error margin when determining the distance to target of the manufacturers concerned.

(12)

That error margin is calculated as the difference between the distances between the average specific emissions and the specific emissions target calculated including and excluding all vehicle registrations that cannot be verified by the manufacturer. Regardless of whether that difference is positive or negative, the error margin is applied so that it always improves the manufacturer’s position with regard to its specific emission target.

(13)

Where, after taking into account the error margin, the distance to target of a manufacturer or a pool, as the case may be, is above zero, an excess emission premium is to be imposed in accordance with Article 8 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631. This is the case for four manufacturers of passenger cars: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A., Bentley Motors Ltd, Maserati S.p.A. and Ssangyong Motor Company and for one manufacturer of light commercial vehicles Ssangyong Motor Company. The excess emission premium is to be calculated in accordance with Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631.

(14)

In accordance with Articles 2(4) of Regulations (EC) No 443/2009 and (EU) No 510/2011, manufacturers responsible for fewer than 1 000 new vehicle registrations in the calendar year are exempt from meeting a specific emission target. It is, however, appropriate to calculate and report their average specific emissions as well as the number of new vehicles registered.

(15)

Following a thorough investigation, satisfactory clarifications have been obtained from the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h. c. F. Porsche AG on the basis of which the provisional data for the 2014 to 2019 calendar years have been amended for that manufacturer. Against that background, the provisional data for those calendar years should be considered confirmed for that manufacturer and for the Volkswagen pool it is a member of.

(16)

The Commission has, in accordance with Article 12 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 725/2011 (6), performed an ad hoc verification of CO2 savings certified by reference to Commission Implementing Decision 2013/341/EU (7) and Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/158 (8). The verification showed satisfactory results with regard to the CO2 savings certified by reference to Implementing Decision 2013/341/EU. However, with regard to Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/158, a difference was found between the certified CO2 savings of two efficient alternators fitted in vehicles manufactured by Daimler AG and those verified by the Commission of 9 % and 23 % respectively. The Commission notified Daimler AG of the deviations found and invited that manufacturer to provide evidence demonstrating the accuracy of the certified CO2 savings.

(17)

Based on the information provided by Daimler AG, the Commission has found that the difference in savings was due to a difference in how the testing methodology was applied for the purposes of the certification and for the verification of the CO2 savings. More precisely, a run-in of the efficient alternators was performed prior to the certification test, even though the testing methodology referred to in Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/158 neither prescribes nor allows a specific run-in of the efficient alternators to be performed outside the certification test.

(18)

It follows from Articles 12 of Regulations (EC) No 443/2009 and (EU) No 510/2011 that, in order for CO2 savings from innovative technologies to be taken into account for the calculation of a manufacturer’s specific average emissions in 2019, those savings must make a verified contribution to CO2 reductions, in accordance with a testing methodology capable of producing verifiable, repeatable and comparable results. As the certified CO2 savings of two efficient alternators in certain vehicles manufactured by Daimler AG have not been confirmed by the verification performed on the basis of the testing methodology referred to in Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/158, the certified CO2 savings attributed to those eco-innovations, amounting to 0,102 g CO2/km at the Daimler AG’s fleet level, should not be taken into account for the calculation of that manufacturer’s average specific emissions. On the same basis, the CO2 savings attributed to those eco-innovations, amounting to 0,101 g CO2/km at the Daimler AG pool’s fleet level, should not be taken into account for the calculation of pool’s average specific emissions.

(19)

The values relating to the performance of a manufacturer as confirmed or amended by this Decision could be revised in the event that the relevant national authorities confirm the existence of irregularities in the CO2 emission values provided for the purpose of determining the manufacturer’s compliance with the specific emissions target,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

1.   The values relating to the performance of manufacturers of passenger cars in respect of the 2019 calendar year are specified in Annex I.

2.   The values relating to the performance of manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in respect of the 2019 calendar year are specified in Annex II.

3.   The values relating to the performance of Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool as manufacturers of passenger cars, in respect of the 2014 to 2017 calendar years are specified in Annex III and in respect of the 2018 calendar year are specified in Annex IV.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the following individual manufacturers and pools formed in accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631:

(1)

ADAM OPEL GMBH

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-13

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

(2)

ADIDOR VOITURES SAS

2/4 Rue Hans List

78290 Croissy-sur-Seine

France

(3)

ALFA ROMEO SPA

C.so Settembrini, 40

Gate 8 – Building 6 – 1st floor – B15N Colonna N47

10135 Torino

Italy

(4)

ALKE SRL

via Vigonovese 123

35127 Padova

Italy

(5)

ALPINA BURKARD BOVENSIEPEN GMBH E CO KG

Alpenstraße 35-37

86807 Buchloe

Germany

(6)

ANHUI JIANGHUAI AUTOMOBILE

Via Lanzo 27

10071 Borgaro Torinese

Italy

(7)

ASTON MARTIN LAGONDA LIMITED

Represented in the Union by:

Aston Martin Lagonda of Europe GmbH,

Unterschweinstiege 2-14

60549 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

(8)

AUDI AG

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(9)

AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR KFT

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(10)

AUDI SPORT GMBH

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(11)

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

1 Avenue du Golf

78280 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(12)

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

7, rue Henri Sainte-Claire Deville

92500 Rueil-Malmaison

France

(13)

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

7, rue Henri Sainte-Claire Deville

92500 Rueil-Malmaison

France

(14)

AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI SPA

via Modena 12

40019 Sant’Agata Bolognese (BO)

Italy

(15)

AVTOVAZ JSC

Represented in the Union by:

CS AUTOLADA

211 Konevova

130 00 Prague 3

Czech Republic

(16)

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(17)

BEIJING BORGWARD AUTOMOTIVE CO LTD

Kriegsbergstraße 11

70174 Stuttgart

Germany

(18)

BENTLEY MOTORS LTD

Pyms Lane

CW1 3PL

Crewe Cheshire

United Kingdom

(19)

BLUECAR SAS

31-32 quai de Dion Bouton

92800 Puteaux

France

(20)

BMW M GMBH

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(21)

BMW Pool

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(22)

BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES SAS

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(23)

CATERHAM CARS LIMITED

2 Kennet Road

DA1 4QN Dartford

United Kingdom

(24)

CNG-TECHNIK GMBH

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(25)

DAIMLER AG

Building 120, Mercedesstrasse 120

70546 Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim

Germany

(26)

DAIMLER Pool (M1)

Represented in the Union by:

DAIMLER AG

Building 120, Mercedesstrasse 120

70546 Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim

Germany

(27)

DAIMLER Pool (N1)

Represented in the Union by:

DAIMLER AG

Building 120, Mercedesstrasse 120

70546 Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim

Germany

(28)

DFSK MOTOR CO LTD

Represented in the Union by:

Giotti Victoria Sr.l. Pisana Road, 11/a

50021 Barberino, Val D’ Elsa (FI)

Italy

(29)

DONKERVOORT AUTOMOBIELEN BV

Pascallaan 96

8218 NJ Lelystad

The Netherlands

(30)

DR AUTOMOBILES SRL

Zona Industriale, Snc

86070 Macchia d’Isernia

Italy

(31)

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(32)

DR MOTOR COMPANY SRL

S S 85 Venafrana km 37500

86070 Macchia d’Isernia

Italy

(33)

E-GO MOBILE AG

AG Campus-Boulevard 30 D

52074 Aachen

Germany

(34)

FABBRICA DALLARA SRL

Via Guglielmo Marconi,18

43040 Varano de’ Melegari (PR)

Italy

(35)

FCA ITALY SPA

C.so Settembrini, 40

Gate 8 – Building 6 – 1st floor – B15N Colonna N47

10135 Torino

Italy

(36)

FCA TESLA Pool

Represented in the Union by:

FCA Italy SpA

C.so Settembrini, 40

Gate 8 – Building 6 – 1st floor – B15N Colonna N47

10135 Torino

Italy

(37)

FCA US LLC

C.so Settembrini, 40

Gate 8 – Building 6 – 1st floor – B15N Colonna N47

10135 Torino

Italy

(38)

FIAT GROUP Pool (N1)

C.so Settembrini, 40

Gate 8 – Building 6 – 1st floor – B15N Colonna N47

10135 Torino

Italy

(39)

ESAGONO ENERGIA SRL

Via Puecher 9

20060 Pozzuolo Martesana (MI)

Italy

(40)

FERRARI SPA

Via Emilia Est 1163

41122 Modena

Italy

(41)

FORD INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(42)

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(43)

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(44)

FORD-WERKE GMBH

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(45)

FORD Pool (M1)

Represented in the Union by:

Ford-Werke Gmbh

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(46)

FORD Pool (N1)

Represented in the Union by:

Ford-Werke Gmbh

Niehl Plant, building, Imbert 479

Henry Ford Strasse 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(47)

FUSO

Represented in the Union by:

Daimler AG, Building 120, Mercedesstrasse 120

70546

Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim

Germany

(48)

GAZ

Poe 2

60502 Lähte Tartumaa

Estonia

(49)

GENERAL MOTORS HOLDINGS LLC

Bouwhuispad 1

8121 PX Olst

The Netherlands

(50)

GONOW AUTO CO LTD

Via della Muratella, 797

00054 Maccarese (RM)

Italy

(51)

GOUPIL INDUSTRIE SA

Route de Villeneuve

47320 Bourran

France

(52)

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

Great Wall Motor Europe Technical Center

Otto-Hahn-Str. 5

63128 Dietzenbach

Germany

(53)

GUMPERT AIWAYSAUTOMOBILE GMBH

Carl-Hahn-Straße 5

85053 Ingolstadt

Germany

(54)

HONDA MOTOR CO LTD

Represented in the Union by:

Honda Motor Europe Ltd

Wijngaardveld 1 (Noord V)

9300 Aalst

Belgium

(55)

HONDA Pool

Represented in the Union by:

Honda Motor Europe Ltd

Wijngaardveld 1 (Noord V)

9300 Aalst

Belgium

(56)

HONDA OF THE UK MANUFACTURING LTD

Represented in the Union by:

Honda Motor Europe Ltd

Wijngaardveld 1 (Noord V)

9300 Aalst

Belgium

(57)

HYUNDAI ASSAN OTOMOTIV SANAYI VE TICARET AS

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(58)

HYUNDAI Pool (M1)

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(59)

HYUNDAI Pool (N1)

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(60)

HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(61)

HYUNDAI MOTOR EUROPE GMBH

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(62)

HYUNDAI MOTOR MANUFACTURING CZECH SRO

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre GmbH

Hyundai Platz

65428 Russelsheim

Germany

(63)

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED

Bist 12

2630 Aartselaar

Belgium

(64)

IVECO SPA

Via Puglia 35

10156 Torino

Italy

(65)

JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED

Represented in the Union by:

JLR Ireland (Services) Ltd, Software Engineering Centre,

Three Airport Avenue, Shannon Industrial Estate

V14 YH92 Shannon (Co. Clare)

Ireland

(66)

KIA Pool (M1)

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt/M

Germany

(67)

KIA Pool (N1)

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt/M

Germany

(68)

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt/M

Germany

(69)

KIA MOTORS SLOVAKIA SRO

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt/M

Germany

(70)

KOENIGSEGG AUTOMOTIVE AB

Valhall Park

262 74 Angelhlom

Sweden

(71)

KTM-SPORTMOTORCYCLE AG

Stallhofnerstrasse 3

5230 Mattighofen

Austria

(72)

LADA AUTOMOBILE GMBH

Erlengrund 7

21614 Buxtehude

Germany

(73)

LIGIER GROUP

Route d’Hauterive 105

3200 Abrest

France

(74)

LONDON EV COMPANY

Represented in the Union by:

Cina-Euro Vehicle Technology (CEVT), Theres Svenssons Gata 7

41755 Goteborg

Sweden

(75)

LOTUS CARS LIMITED

Represented in the Union by:

Cina-Euro Vehicle Technology (CEVT), Theres Svenssons Gata 7

41755 Goteborg

Sweden

(76)

MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD

Schweidel Jozsef U52

2500 Esztergom

Hungary

(77)

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

Via Cancelliera 35

00072 Ariccia (Roma)

Italy

(78)

MAN TRUCK & BUS AG

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(79)

MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD

Schweidel Jozsef U52

2500 Esztergom

Hungary

(80)

MASERATI SPA

Viale Ciro Menotti 322

41122 Modena

Italy

(81)

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

European R & D Centre

Hiroshimastr. 1

61440 Oberursel/Taunus

Germany

(82)

MCLAREN AUTOMOTIVE LIMITED

Chertsey Road Woking

GU21 4YH Surrey

United Kingdom

(83)

MERCEDES-AMG GMBH

Represented in the Union by:

Daimler AG, Building 120, Mercedesstrasse 120

70546 Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim

Germany

(84)

MFTBC

F403, EA/R

70546 Stuttgart

Germany

(85)

MG MOTOR UK LIMITED

Represented in the Union by:

SAIC Motor Europe B.V.

Professor W.H. Keesomlaan 12

1183 Amstelveen

The Netherlands

(86)

MG SAIC Pool

Represented in the Union by:

SAIC MOTOR CORPORATION

Dyapason Building, rue Robert Stumper 4

L2557 Luxembourg -Cloche d`Or

Luxembourg

(87)

MITSUBISHI MOTORS Pool (M1)

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SH Born

The Netherlands

(88)

MITSUBISHI MOTORS Pool (N1)

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SH Born

The Netherlands

(89)

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SH Born

The Netherlands

(90)

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SH Born

The Netherlands

(91)

MORGAN TECHNOLOGIES LTD

Pickersleigh Road Malvern Link

WR14 2LL Worcestershire

United Kingdom

(92)

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

Renault Nissan Representation Office

Avenue des Arts 40

1040 Brussels

Belgium

(93)

OPEL AUTOMOBILE GMBH

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-13

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

(94)

PAGANI AUTOMOBILI SPA

Via dell’ Artigianato 5

41018 San Cesario sul Panaro (Modena)

Italy

(95)

PIAGGIO & C SPA

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio, 25

56025 Pontedera (PI)

Italy

(96)

GROUPE PSA Pool (N1)

Route de Gisy

78943 Velizy-Villacoublay Cedex

France

(97)

PSA AUTOMOBILES SA

2-10 boulevard de l’Europe

78300 Poissy

France

(98)

PSA OPEL Pool (M1)

Route de Gisy

78943 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(99)

RENAULT Pool (M1)

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(100)

RENAULT Pool (N1)

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(101)

RENAULT SAS

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(102)

RENAULT TRUCKS

99 Route de Lyon TER L10 0 01

69806 Saint Priest Cedex

France

(103)

ROLLS-ROYCE MOTOR CARS LTD

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(104)

ROMANITAL SRL

Via delle Industrie, 107

90040 Isola delle Femmine PA

Italy

(105)

SAIC MOTOR CORPORATION

Dyapason Building, rue Robert Stumper 4

L2557 Luxembourg Luxembourg -Cloche d`Or

Luxembourg

(106)

SAIC MAXUS AUTOMOTIVE CO LTD

Dyapason Building, rue Robert Stumper 4

L2557 Luxembourg Luxembourg -Cloche d`Or

Luxembourg

(107)

SEAT SA

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(108)

SECMA SAS

Rue Denfert Rochereau

59580 Aniche

France

(109)

SKODA AUTO AS

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(110)

SOCIETE DES AUTOMOBILES ALPINE

1 Avenue du Golf

78280 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(111)

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

SsangYong Motor Europe Office c/o Business center

Otto-Volger-Straße 15

65843 Sulzbach

Germany

(112)

STREETSCOOTER GMBH

Jülicher Straße 191

52070 Aachen

Germany

(113)

SUBARU CORPORATION

Leuvensesteenweg 555 B/8

1930 Zaventem

Belgium

(114)

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

Schweidel Jozsef U52

2500 Esztergom

Hungary

(115)

SUZUKI MOTOR THAILAND CO LTD

Schweidel Jozsef U52

2500 Esztergom

Hungary

(116)

SUZUKI Pool

Schweidel Jozsef U52

2500 Esztergom

Hungary

(117)

TATA JAGUAR LAND ROVER Pool

Represented in the Union by:

JLR Ireland (Services) Ltd, Software Engineering Centre,

Three Airport Avenue, Shannon Industrial Estate

V14 YH92 Shannon (Co. Clare)

Ireland

(118)

TECNO MECCANICA IMOLA SPA

Represented in the Union by:

Artega GmbH, Artegastraße 1

33129 Delbrück

Germany

(119)

TESLA MOTORS LTD

Represented in the Union by:

Tesla Motors Netherlands B.V.,

Burgemeester Stramanweg 122

1101 EN Amsterdam

The Netherlands

(120)

TOYOTA MAZDA Pool

Represented in the Union by:

Toyota Motor Europe Nv Sa

Avenue du Bourget 60

1140 Brussels

Belgium

(121)

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

Avenue du Bourget 60

1140 Brussels

Belgium

(122)

UAZ

Moskovskoye shosse, 92

432034 Ulyanovsk

Russia

(123)

VOLKSWAGEN AG

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(124)

VOLKSWAGEN Pool (M1)

Represented in the Union by:

VW GROUP PC

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(125)

VOLKSWAGEN Pool (N1)

Represented in the Union by:

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP LCV

Letter box 011/1882

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

(126)

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

Regulatory Affairs Environment (Dep 58832)

PV3A1, PVE Reception, Assar Gabrielssons väg

40531 Göteborg

Sweden

Done at Brussels, 1 June 2021.

For the Commission

Frans TIMMERMANS

Executive Vice-President


(1)  OJ L 111, 25.4.2019, p. 13.

(2)  Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 setting emission performance standards for new passenger cars as part of the Community’s integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles (OJ L 140, 5.6.2009, p. 1).

(3)  Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011 setting emission performance standards for new light commercial vehicles as part of the Union’s integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles (OJ L 145, 31.5.2011, p. 1).

(4)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153 of 2 June 2017 setting out a methodology for determining the correlation parameters necessary for reflecting the change in regulatory test procedure and amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1014/2010 (OJ L 175, 7.7.2017, p. 679).

(5)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1152 of 2 June 2017 setting out a methodology for determining the correlation parameters necessary for reflecting the change in regulatory test procedure with regard to light commercial vehicles and amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 293/2012 (OJ L 175, 7.7.2017, p. 644).

(6)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 725/2011 of 25 July 2011 establishing a procedure for the approval and certification of innovative technologies for reducing CO2 emissions from passenger cars pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 194, 26.7.2011, p. 19).

(7)  Commission Implementing Decision 2013/341/EU of 27 June 2013 on the approval of the Valeo Efficient Generation Alternator as an innovative technology for reducing CO2 emissions from passenger cars pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 179, 29.6.2013, p. 98).

(8)  Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/158 of 30 January 2015 on the approval of two Robert Bosch GmbH high efficient alternators as the innovative technologies for reducing CO2 emissions from passenger cars pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 26, 31.1.2015, p. 31).


ANNEX I

Table 1

Performance in the calendar year 2019 of individual manufacturers of passenger cars in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Manufacturer name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average mass

Average specific emissions of CO2

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

CO2 savings from eco-innovations

Correction factor

Error margin

ADAM OPEL GMBH

P10

157

1 429,72

125,745

132,278

-7,394

0

1

0,861

ADIDOR VOITURES SAS

DMD

80

1 306,56

148,813

 

 

0

1

0

ALFA ROMEO SPA

P3

50 565

1 619,15

147,256

140,935

6,321

0,104

1

0

ALPINA BURKARD BOVENSIEPEN GMBH E CO

D

693

2 005,00

209,937

216,000

-6,063

0

1

0

ANHUI JIANGHUAI AUTOMOBILE

DMD

44

1 535,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

ASTON MARTIN LAGONDA LTD

D

2 435

1 853,53

253,756

295,000

-41,244

0

1

0

AUDI AG

P15

700 930

1 617,16

129,147

140,844

-11,697

0,005

1

0

AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR

P15

5 810

1 441,57

154,874

132,819

22,055

0

1

0

AUDI SPORT GMBH

P15

11 467

1 707,81

209,024

144,986

64,038

0,001

1

0

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

P11

376 275

1 174,99

123,939

120,637

3,299

0,191

1

0,003

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

P10

522 998

1 179,70

106,270

120,852

-14,583

0,202

1

0,001

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

P10

866 936

1 276,15

107,758

125,260

-17,504

0,098

0,989

0,002

AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI SPA

D

1 984

1 976,36

332,863

304,000

28,863

0

1

0

AVTOVAZ JSC

P11

3 790

1 310,36

193,965

126,823

67,142

0

1

0

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

P1

985 804

1 612,74

123,773

140,642

-16,869

1,183

1

0

BEIJING BORGWARD AUTOMOTIVE CO LTD

DMD

7

1 854,00

233,000

 

 

0

1

0

BENTLEY MOTORS LTD

D

2 976

2 439,99

269,276

264,000

5,276

0

1

0

BLUECAR SAS

DMD

166

1 515,20

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

BMW M GMBH

P1

16 906

1 792,57

222,790

148,860

73,930

0,020

1

0

BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES SAS

P15

22

2 070,00

516,000

161,538

354,462

0

1

0

BYD AUTO INDUSTRY COMPANY LIMITED

DMD

10

2 465,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

CATERHAM CARS LIMITED

DMD

140

675,36

173,671

 

 

0

1

0

CNG-TECHNIK GMBH

P4

1 464

1 707,50

103,509

144,972

-41,464

0

1

0,001

DAIMLER AG

P2

979 292

1 589,41

136,087

139,576

-3,491

0,651

1

0,002

DFSK MOTOR CO LTD

DMD

213

1 579,69

204,915

 

 

0

1

0

DONKERVOORT AUTOMOBIELEN BV

DMD

33

865,33

178,000

 

 

0

1

0

DR AUTOMOBILES SRL

D

2 056

1 400,96

152,654

155,000

-2,346

0,000

1

0

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P15

72 980

1 908,92

185,561

154,177

31,381

1,03

1

0,003

DR MOTOR COMPANY SRL

D

1 805

1 170,35

147,143

150,000

-2,857

0

1

0

E-GO MOBILE AG

DMD

143

1 231,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

FABBRICA DALLARA SRL

DMD

25

1 013,20

217,960

 

 

0

1

0

FCA ITALY SPA

P3

667 266

1 186,83

123,324

121,178

2,146

0,437

1

0

FCA US LLC

P3

161 863

1 606,13

149,124

140,340

8,784

0,555

1

0

FERRARI SPA

D

3 380

1 709,04

279,654

286,000

-6,346

0

1

0

FORD INDIA PRIVATE LTD

P4

40 036

1 146,15

118,725

119,319

-0,594

0

1

0

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

P4

15 091

1 961,75

221,690

156,591

65,078

0

1

0,021

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

P4

10

1 669,30

141,780

143,226

-1,850

0,120

1

0,404

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P4

922 360

1 465,58

129,851

133,916

-4,069

0,184

1

0,004

GENERAL MOTORS HOLDINGS LLC

D

2 634

1 803,16

252,016

265,000

-12,984

0,000

1

0

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

DMD

117

1 615,34

172,197

 

 

0

1

0

GUMPERT SPORTWAGEN MANUFAKTUR GMBH

DMD

1

1 825,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

HONDA MOTOR CO LTD

P5

116 781

1 397,63

124,926

130,811

-5,887

0,284

1

0,002

HONDA OF THE UK MANUFACTURING LTD

P5

199

1 639,23

139,136

141,852

-2,716

0

1

0

HYUNDAI ASSAN OTOMOTIV SANAYI VE TICARET AS

P6

152 644

1 065,20

122,259

115,619

6,637

0,002

1

0,003

HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

P6

174 736

1 454,79

100,245

133,423

-33,186

0,084

1

0,008

HYUNDAI MOTOR EUROPE GMBH

P6

4 276

1 441,68

131,866

132,824

-0,958

0,130

1

0

HYUNDAI MOTOR MANUFACTURING CZECH

P6

220 684

1 478,97

144,380

134,528

9,850

0,081

1

0,002

ISUZU MOTORS LTD

DMD

1

1 980,00

183,000

 

 

0

1

0

JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED

P13/ND

214 955

2 037,92

157,608

178,025

-20,417

0,124

1

0

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

P7

324 405

1 304,13

114,743

126,538

-11,796

0,003

1

0,001

KIA MOTORS SLOVAKIA

P7

173 159

1 442,39

138,016

132,857

5,158

0,070

1

0,001

KOENIGSEGG AUTOMOTIVE AB

DMD

1

1 750,00

464,000

 

 

0

1

0

KTM SPORT MOTORCYCLE AG

DMD

1

875,00

202,000

 

 

0

1

0

LADA AUTOMOBILE GMBH

DMD

849

1 269,59

221,876

 

 

0

1

0

LONDON EV COMPANY

DMD

23

2 305,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

LOTUS CARS LIMITED

D

717

1 139,76

206,134

225,000

-18,866

0

1

0

MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD

P12/ND

104 813

1 229,06

131,875

123,114

8,761

0

1

0

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

D

1 083

1 293,97

141,099

165,000

-23,901

0

1

0

MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD

P12/ND

9 692

965,43

106,144

123,114

-16,970

0

1

0

MASERATI SPA

D

5 127

2 129,93

239,733

237,000

2,733

0

1

0

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

P14

247 405

1 373,75

134,727

129,720

5,007

0,507

1

0

MCLAREN AUTOMOTIVE LIMITED

D

1 061

1 513,62

257,573

260,000

-2,427

0

1

0

MERCEDES-AMG GMBH

P2

5 871

1 957,64

247,183

156,404

90,779

0

1

0

MG MOTOR UK LIMITED

P8/ND

13 038

1 330,02

134,160

140,101

-5,941

0

1

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

P9

102 154

1 632,85

118,943

141,561

-22,618

0,071

1

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

P9

37 284

946,60

106,497

110,199

-3,702

0

1

0

MORGAN TECHNOLOGIES LTD

DMD

372

1 071,13

202,067

 

 

0

1

0

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

 

391 479

1 390,41

114,270

130,481

-16,213

0,068

1

0,002

OPEL AUTOMOBILE GMBH

P10

790 982

1 296,67

126,017

126,197

-0,182

0,123

1

0,002

PAGANI AUTOMOBILI SPA

DMD

10

1 491,00

343,000

 

 

0

1

0

PIAGGIO & C SPA

DMD

1

1 010,00

150,000

 

 

0

1

0

PSA AUTOMOBILES SA

P10

326 474

1 460,47

114,078

133,683

-19,605

0,193

1

0

RENAULT SAS

P11

1 269 109

1 336,75

116,048

128,029

-11,983

0,160

1

0,002

RENAULT TRUCKS

DMD

91

2 523,97

191,385

 

 

0

1

0

ROLLS-ROYCE MOTOR CARS LTD

P1

694

2 640,71

345,931

187,620

158,311

0

1

0

SAIC MOTOR CORPORATION LTD

P8/ND

1 064

1 606,23

0,000

140,101

-140,101

0

1

0

SEAT SA

P15

491 073

1 318,68

119,525

127,203

-7,680

0,006

1

0,002

SECMA SAS

DMD

88

666,18

131,727

 

 

0

1

0

SKODA AUTO AS

P15

726 643

1 357,31

119,019

128,969

-9,951

0,196

1

0,001

SOCIETE DES AUTOMOBILES ALPINE

P11

3 919

1 170,18

144,043

120,417

23,626

0

1

0

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

ND

12 765

1 619,46

171,517

167,573

3,944

0

1

0

SUBARU CORPORATION

ND

27 450

1 598,21

162,300

164,616

-2,316

0,172

1

0

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

P12/ND

128 106

993,52

115,085

123,114

-8,029

0,146

1

0

SUZUKI MOTOR THAILAND CO LTD

P12/ND

11 405

892,85

91,915

123,114

-31,199

0

1

0

TECNO MECCANICA IMOLA SPA

DMD

4

712,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

TESLA INC

P3

104 354

1 950,74

0,000

156,088

-156,088

0

1

0

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

P14

788 030

1 352,78

99,595

128,762

-29,170

0,138

1

0,003

VOLKSWAGEN AG

P15

1 713 273

1 435,42

121,797

132,538

-10,742

0,006

1

0,001

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

 

326 205

1 779,44

131,927

148,260

-16,335

0

1

0,002


Table 2

Performance in the calendar year 2019 of pools of manufacturers of passenger cars in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average mass

Average specific emissions of CO2

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

CO2 savings from eco-innovations

Correction factor

Error margin

BMW GROUP

P1

1 003 404

1 616,48

125,595

140,813

-15,218

1,163

1

0

DAIMLER AG

P2

985 163

1 591,60

136,749

139,676

-2,929

0,647

1

0,002

FCA-TESLA

P3

984 048

1 359,02

115,719

129,047

-13,328

0,393

1

0

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P4

978 961

1 460,53

130,773

133,686

-2,915

0,172

1

0,002

HONDA MOTOR EUROPE LTD

P5

116 980

1 398,05

124,950

130,830

-5,881

0,283

1

0,001

HYUNDAI

P6

552 340

1 356,68

124,208

128,940

-4,737

0,060

1

0,005

KIA

P7

497 564

1 352,24

122,842

128,737

-5,896

0,027

1

0,001

MG-SAIC

P8/ND

14 102

1 350,86

124,037

140,101

-16,064

0,000

1

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS

P9

139 438

1 449,35

115,615

133,175

-17,560

0,052

1

0

PSA-OPEL

P10

2 507 547

1 286,51

113,874

125,733

-11,860

0,140

0,995

0,001

RENAULT

P11

1 653 093

1 299,47

118,089

126,325

-8,239

0,167

1

0,003

SUZUKI POOL

P12/ND

254 016

1 085,12

120,632

123,114

-2,482

0,073

1

0

TATA MOTORS JAGUAR LAND ROVER

P13/ND

214 955

2 037,92

157,608

178,025

-20,417

0,124

1

0

TOYOTA-MAZDA

P14

1 035 435

1 357,79

107,990

128,990

-21,001

0,226

1

0,001

VW GROUP PC

P15

3 722 198

1 449,13

123,912

133,165

-9,253

0,063

1

0

Explanatory notes to Tables 1 and 2:

Column A:

Table 1: ‘Manufacturer name’ means the name of the manufacturer as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name reported by the Member State.

Table 2: ‘Pool name’ means the name of the pool as declared by the pool manager.

Column B:

‘D’ means that a derogation has been granted in accordance with Article 10(3) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 for the calendar year 2019 (small volume manufacturer);

‘ND’ means that a derogation has been granted in accordance with Article 10(4) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 for the calendar year 2019 (niche manufacturer);

‘DMD’ means that a de minimis exemption applies in accordance with Article 2(4) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631, so that the manufacturer does not have to meet a specific emissions target in 2019;

‘P’ means that the manufacturer is a member of a pool (whose number is listed in column B of Table 2) formed pursuant to Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar year 2019.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new passenger cars registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible.

Column D:

‘Average mass’ (kg) means the average of the mass in running order of all new passenger cars registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible.

Column E:

‘Average specific emissions of CO2’ (g CO2/km) means the average specific emissions of CO2 of all new passenger cars registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible. In calculating the average specific emissions of CO2 account has been taken of the following, where applicable:

CO2 emission savings resulting from the use of innovative technologies referred to in Article 11 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 (Column H);

the correction factor referred to in Article 7(2) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153 (Column I).

Column F:

‘Specific emissions target’ (g CO2/km) means the specific emissions target of the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2) calculated in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and with M0 being 1 379,88 or the derogation target granted pursuant to Article 10 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631. Where the manufacturer benefits from an exemption pursuant to Article 2(4) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631, no specific emissions target is specified.

Column G:

‘Distance to target’ (g CO2/km) means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column E and the specific emissions target specified in column F, from which the error margin specified in column J is subtracted.

Where the value in column G is greater than zero, this means that the specific emissions target has been exceeded.

For a manufacturer, which is member of a pool, compliance with the specific emissions target is assessed at the level of the pool.

Column H:

‘CO2 savings from eco-innovations’ (g CO2/km) means the emission savings taken into account for the calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 listed in column E, resulting from the use of innovative technologies that make a verified contribution to CO2 reductions and that have been approved by the Commission in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631.

Column I:

‘Correction factor’ means the correction factor calculated in accordance with Article 7(2) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153, which was used in calculating the average specific emissions of CO2 of the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2).

Column J:

‘Error margin’ (g CO2/km) means the value by which the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 (column E) and the specific emissions target (column F) has been adjusted when calculating the distance to target (column G), in order to take into account records notified to the Commission by the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2) with the error code B as set out in Article 9(3) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1014/2010.

This error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

 

Error margin = absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

 

AC1 = average specific emissions of CO2 including the records with error code B (as specified in column E);

 

TG1 = specific emissions target including the records with error code B (as specified in column F);

 

AC2 = average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the records with error code B;

 

TG2 = specific emissions target excluding the records with error code B.


ANNEX II

Table 1

Performance in the calendar year 2019 of individual manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Manufacturer name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average mass

Average specific emissions of CO2

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

CO2 savings from eco-innovations

Correction factor

Error margin

ALKE SRL

DMD

79

1 126,25

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

AUDI AG

P9

58

1 789,91

141,121

177,186

-36,065

0

1

0

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

P4

86 840

1 837,92

146,890

181,651

-34,766

0

1

0,005

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

P4

127 067

1 835,38

144,299

181,415

-37,117

0

0,989

0,001

AVTOVAZ JSC

P8

485

1 266,48

225,196

128,507

96,689

0

1

0

BLUECAR SAS

DMD

1

1 325,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

DMD

126

1 856,60

152,563

 

 

0

1

0

BMW M GMBH

DMD

25

2 152,00

185,800

 

 

0

1

0

FCA US LLC

P2

14

1 813,00

184,214

179,334

4,880

0

1

0

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

P8

30 094

1 280,25

123,333

129,788

-6,457

0,014

1

0,002

DAIMLER AG

P1

161 818

2 178,12

189,555

213,290

-23,735

0

1

0

DFSK MOTOR CO LTD

DMD

609

1 275,99

186,250

 

 

0

1

0

ESAGONO ENERGIA SRL

DMD

10

1 251,00

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

FCA ITALY SPA

P2

144 440

1 704,35

156,733

169,229

-12,496

0,071

1

0

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

P3

44 568

2 318,03

215,475

226,302

-10,828

0

1

0,001

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

P3

273

2 238,98

207,729

218,950

-11,221

0

1

0

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P3

249 687

1 992,16

161,856

195,996

-34,141

0

1

0,001

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION

P1

561

2 177,34

179,891

213,217

-33,326

0

1

0

LLC AUTOMOBILE PLANT GAZ

DMD

1

2 326,00

295,000

 

 

0

1

0

GENERAL MOTORS HOLDINGS LLC

DMD

1

2 458,00

347,000

239,319

107,681

0

1

0

GONOW AUTO CO LTD

DMD

2

1 017,50

146,000

 

 

0

1

0

GOUPIL INDUSTRIE SA

DMD

825

1 045,14

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

DMD

450

1 953,45

236,613

 

 

0

1

0

HONDA MOTOR CO LTD

DMD

5

1 367,20

121,000

 

 

0

1

0

HYUNDAI MOTOR CO

P5

1 494

2 150,45

200,862

210,717

-9,855

0

1

0

HYUNDAI ASSAN OTOMOTIV SANAYI VE

P5

116

1 043,24

119,655

107,746

11,909

0

1

0

HYUNDAI MOTOR MANUFACTURING CZECH

P5

26

1 484,55

113,654

148,788

-35,134

0

1

0

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED

 

13 799

2 089,91

198,709

205,086

-6,377

0

1

0

IVECO SPA

 

19 424

2 475,23

204,585

240,921

-36,357

0

1

0,021

JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED

 

1 868

2 404,69

200,841

234,361

-33,520

0

1

0

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

P6

946

1 488,49

121,285

149,154

-27,869

0

1

0

KIA MOTORS SLOVAKIA SRO

P6

47

1 539,28

116,532

153,878

-37,346

0

1

0

LIGIER GROUP

DMD

23

709,91

0,000

 

 

0

1

0

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

DMD

67

2 193,28

229,179

 

 

0

1

0

MAN TRUCK & BUS AG

P9

8 940

2 187,02

203,763

214,118

-10,355

0

1

0

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

DMD

68

1 516,29

138,044

 

 

0

1

0

MFTBC

P1

93

2 548,69

230,957

247,753

-16,796

0

1

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

P7

94

1 820,91

149,606

180,069

-30,463

0

1

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

P7

8 350

1 997,93

190,006

196,532

-6,526

0,351

1

0

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

 

45 711

1 929,57

153,616

190,175

-36,563

0,007

1

0,004

ADAM OPEL GMBH

 

1 056

1 478,36

138,215

148,212

-10,173

0

1

0,176

OPEL AUTOMOBILE GMBH

P4

75 029

1 770,28

148,538

175,361

-26,826

0

1

0,003

PIAGGIO & C SPA

D

3801

1 116,57

149,661

153,000

-3,339

0

1,009

0

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P9

1

1 845,00

167,000

182,31

-15,310

0

1

0

PSA AUTOMOBILES SA

P4

141 824

1 422,07

112,468

142,977

-30,510

0,001

1

0,001

RENAULT SAS

P8

238 613

1 726,86

146,292

171,323

-25,031

0,039

1

0

RENAULT TRUCKS

 

8 671

2 335,29

208,500

227,907

-19,407

0,040

1

0

ROMANITAL SRL

DMD

71

1 278,07

155,000

 

 

0

1

0

SAIC MAXUS AUTOMOTIVE CO LTD

DMD

517

2 370,64

152,673

 

 

0

1

0

SEAT SA

P9

153

1 212,85

110,784

123,520

-12,736

0

1

0

SKODA AUTO AS

P9

121

1 249,50

108,959

126,928

-17,969

0

1

0

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

 

1 169

2 161,31

217,170

211,727

5,443

0

1

0

STREETSCOOTER GMBH

 

1 987

1 667,23

0,000

165,777

-165,777

0

1

0

SUBARU CORPORATION

DMD

16

1 608,94

163,875

 

 

0

1

0

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

 

41 250

1 976,92

165,288

194,578

-29,297

0

1

0,007

UAZ

DMD

3

2 071,67

233,000

 

 

0

1

0

VOLKSWAGEN AG

P9

200 501

1 952,13

171,208

192,273

-21,208

0

1

0,143

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

DMD

878

1 715,45

129,105

 

 

0

1

0


Table 2

Performance in the calendar year 2019 of pools of manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average mass

Average specific emissions of CO2

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

CO2 savings from eco-innovations

Correction factor

Error margin

DAIMLER

P1

162 472

2 178,33

189,545

213,309

-23,764

0

1,000

0

FCA ITALY SPA

P2

144 454

1 704,36

156,736

169,230

-12,494

0,071

1,000

0

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P3

294 528

2 041,70

170,012

200,603

-30,591

0

1,000

0

GROUPE PSA

P4

430 760

1 688,48

135,689

167,753

-32,064

0

1,001

0

HYUNDAI

P5

1 636

2 061,36

193,718

202,431

-8,713

0

1,000

0

KIA

P6

993

1 490,89

121,060

149,378

-28,318

0

1,000

0

MITSUBISHI MOTORS

P7

8444

1 995,96

189,556

196,349

-6,793

0,347

1,000

0

RENAULT

P8

269 192

1 676,10

143,867

166,602

-22,736

0,037

1,000

0,001

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP LCV

P9

209 774

1 961,15

172,507

193,112

-20,736

0

1,000

0,131

Explanatory notes to Tables 1 and 2:

Column A:

Table 1: ‘Manufacturer name’ means the name of the manufacturer as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name reported by the Member State.

Table 2: ‘Pool name’ means the name of the pool as declared by the pool manager.

Column B:

‘D’ means that a derogation has been granted in accordance with Article 10(3) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 for the calendar year 2019 (small volume manufacturer);

‘DMD’ means that a de minimis exemption applies in accordance with Article 2(4) of Regulation (EU) 2019/631, so that the manufacturer does not have to meet a specific emissions target in 2019;

‘P’ means that the manufacturer is a member of a pool (whose number is listed in column B of Table 2) formed pursuant to Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar year 2019.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new light commercial vehicles registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible.

Column D:

‘Average mass’ (kg) means the average of the mass in running order of all new light commercial vehicles registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible.

Column E:

‘Average specific emissions of CO2’ (g CO2/km) means the average specific emissions of CO2 of all new light commercial vehicles registered in the European Union, Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom in the calendar year 2019 for which the manufacturer (Table 1) or the members of the pool (Table 2) are responsible. In calculating the average specific emissions of CO2 account has been taken, where applicable, of the CO2 emission savings resulting from the use of innovative technologies referred to in Article 11 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631 (Column H).

Column F:

‘Specific emissions target’ (g CO2/km) means the specific emissions target of the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2) calculated in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 510/2011 and with M0 being 1 766,4 or the derogation target granted pursuant to Article 10 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631. Where the manufacturer benefits from an exemption pursuant to Article 2(4), no specific emissions target is specified.

Column G:

‘Distance to target’ (g CO2/km) means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column E and the specific emissions target specified in column F, from which the error margin specified in column J is subtracted.

Where the value in column G is greater than zero, this means that the specific emissions target has been exceeded.

For a manufacturer, which is member of a pool, compliance with the specific emissions target is assessed at the level of the pool.

Column H:

‘CO2 savings from eco-innovations’ (g CO2/km) means the emission savings taken into account for the calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 listed in column E, resulting from the use of innovative technologies that make a verified contribution to CO2 reductions and that have been approved by the Commission in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EU) 2019/631.

Column I:

‘Correction factor’ means the correction factor calculated in accordance with Article 6(2) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1152, which was used in calculating the average specific emissions of CO2 of the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2).

Column J:

‘Error margin’ (g CO2/km) means the value by which the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 (column E) and the specific emissions target (column F) has been adjusted when calculating the distance to target (column G), in order to take into account records notified to the Commission by the manufacturer (Table 1) or the pool (Table 2) with the error code B as set out in Article 10a(1) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 293/2012.

This error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

 

Error margin = absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

 

AC1 = average specific emissions of CO2 including the records with error code B (as specified in column E);

 

TG1 = specific emissions target including the records with error code B (as specified in column F);

 

AC2 = average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the records with error code B;

 

TG2 = specific emissions target excluding the records with error code B.


ANNEX III

Table 1

Values relating to the performance of the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool confirmed or amended in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 8(5) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 for calendar year 2017

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer and pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average specific emissions of CO2 (100 %)

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P13

67 186

176,097

152,765

23,332

23,319

1 890,53

176,217

VW GROUP PC Pool

P13

3 540 815

121,492

131,161

-9,669

-9,693

1 417,81

121,499


Table 2

Values relating to the performance of the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool confirmed or amended in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 8(5) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 for calendar year 2016

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer and pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average specific emissions of CO2 (100 %)

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P14

67 643

185,198

152,535

32,663

32,608

1 885,51

185,293

VW GROUP PC Pool

P14

3 489 798

120,154

131,039

-10,885

-10,983

1 415,14

120,156


Table 3

Values relating to the performance of the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool confirmed or amended in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 8(5) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 for calendar year 2015

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer and pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average specific emissions of CO2 (100 %)

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P14

64 611

184,397

154,253

30,144

30,144

1 902,70

184,399

VW GROUP PC Pool

P14

3 374 412

120,865

131,713

-10,848

-10,848

1 409,49

121,283


Table 4

Values relating to the performance of the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool confirmed or amended in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 8(5) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 for calendar year 2014

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer and pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average CO2 (80 %) corrected

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P12

51 090

182,036

151,881

30,155

29,934

1 850,80

192,942

VW GROUP PC Pool

P12

3 159 777

115,087

131,172

-16,085

-16,191

1 397,65

125,800

Explanatory notes to Tables 1, 2, 3, 4:

Column A:

‘Manufacturer and pool name’ means the name of the manufacturer or of the pool as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name registered by the registration authority of the Member State.

Column B:

The manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG is a member of the VW GROUP PC pool (P12, P13 or P14) formed pursuant to Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar years 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new cars registered by Member States in a calendar year, not counting those registrations that relate to records where the values for mass and/or CO2 are missing and those records which the manufacturer does not recognise.

Column D:

Tables 1, 2 and 3: ‘Average specific emissions of CO2 (100 %)’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 (g CO2/km) that have been calculated on the basis of 100 % of the vehicles attributed to the manufacturer. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 take into account the errors notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation includes those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emissions. The average specific emissions of CO2 include emission reductions resulting from the use of innovative technologies referred to in Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009, and in Tables 3 and 4 the emission reductions resulting from the provisions on super credits in Article 5 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and the use of E85 in accordance with Article 6 of that Regulation.

Table 4:‘Average CO2 (80 %) corrected’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of the 80 % lowest emitting vehicles in the manufacturer’s fleet in accordance with the third indent of the second paragraph of Article 4 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and point 4 of Commission Communication COM(2010) 657 final (1).

Column E:

‘Specific emissions target’ means the emissions target calculated on the basis of the average mass of all vehicles attributed to a manufacturer applying the formula set out in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009.

Column F:

‘Distance to target’ means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column D and the specific emissions target in column E.

Column G:

‘Distance to target adjusted’ means that where the values in this column are different from those in column F, the values in that column have been adjusted to take into account an error margin. The error margin only applies if the manufacturer has notified the Commission of records with the error code B as set out in Article 9(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1014/2010. The error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

 

Error margin = absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

 

AC1 = the average specific emissions of CO2 including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column D);

 

TG1 = the specific emissions target including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column E);

 

AC2 = the average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the unidentifiable vehicles;

 

TG2 = the specific emissions target excluding the unidentifiable vehicles.

Column H:

‘Average mass’ means the average of the mass in running order (kilogrammes) of the vehicles attributed to the manufacturer.

Column I:

Tables 1, 2, 3 and 4: ‘Average CO2 emissions (100 %)’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of 100 % of the vehicles attributed to the manufacturer. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 take into account the errors notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation include those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emission but exclude emission reductions resulting from innovative technologies referred to in Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009. For the calendar years 2014 and 2015 (Tables 3 and 4) the emission reductions resulting from the provisions on super-credits in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 443/2009 and on the use of E85 in Article 6 of that Regulation are also excluded from the calculation.


(1)  Communication from the Commission of 10 November 2010 on the monitoring of data on the registration of new passenger cars (COM(2010) 657 final).


ANNEX IV

Table 1

Values relating to the performance of the passenger car manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Volkswagen pool confirmed or amended in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 8(5) of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 for calendar year 2018

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Manufacturer and pool name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average mass

Average specific emissions of CO2

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

CO2 savings from eco-innovations

Correction factor

Error margin

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

P14

63 874

1 855,42

181,978

151,160

30,818

0,144

1,000

0,000

VW GROUP PC Pool

P14

3 548 716

1 414,82

121,851

131,025

-9,174

0,017

1,000

0,000

Explanatory note to Table 1:

Column A:

‘Manufacturer and pool name’ means the name of the manufacturer or of the pool as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer or pool concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name registered by the registration authority of the country.

Column B:

The manufacturer Dr Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG is a member of the VW GROUP PC pool (P14) formed pursuant to Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar year 2018.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new passenger cars registered in the European Union and Iceland in the calendar year 2018 for which the manufacturer or the members of the pool are responsible.

Column D:

‘Average mass’ (kg) means the average of the mass in running order of all new passenger cars registered in the European Union and Iceland in the calendar year 2018 for which the manufacturer or the members of the pool are responsible.

Column E:

‘Average specific emissions of CO2’ (g CO2/km) means the average specific emissions of CO2 of all new passenger cars registered in the European Union and Iceland in the calendar year 2018 for which the manufacturer or the members of the pool are responsible. In calculating the average specific emissions of CO2, account has been taken of the following, where applicable:

CO2 emission savings resulting from the use of innovative technologies referred to in Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 (Column H);

the correction factor referred to in Article 7(2) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153 (Column I).

Column F:

‘Specific emissions target’ (g CO2/km) means the specific emissions target of the manufacturer or the pool calculated in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 and with M0 being 1 392,4.

Column G:

‘Distance to target’ (g CO2/km) means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column E and the specific emissions target specified in column F, from which the error margin specified in column J is subtracted.

Where the value in column G is greater than zero, this means that the specific emissions target has been exceeded.

For a manufacturer, which is member of a pool, compliance with the specific emissions target is assessed at the level of the pool.

Column H:

‘CO2 savings from eco-innovations’ (g CO2/km) means the emission savings taken into account for the calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 listed in column E, resulting from the use of innovative technologies that make a verified contribution to CO2 reductions and that have been approved by the Commission in accordance with Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009.

Column I:

‘Correction factor’ means the correction factor calculated in accordance with Article 7(2) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153, which was used in calculating the average specific emissions of CO2 of the manufacturer or the pool.

Column J:

‘Error margin’ (g CO2/km) means the value by which the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 (column E) and the specific emissions target (column F) has been adjusted when calculating the distance to target (column G), in order to take into account records notified to the Commission by the manufacturer or the pool with the error code B as set out in Article 9(3) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1014/2010.

This error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

 

Error margin = absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

 

AC1 = average specific emissions of CO2 including the records with error code B;

 

TG1 = specific emissions target including the records with error code B (as specified in column F);

 

AC2 = average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the records with error code B;

 

TG2 = specific emissions target excluding the records with error code B.


17.6.2021   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 215/37


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2021/974

of 9 June 2021

approving the amended national programmes to improve the production and marketing of apiculture products submitted by the Member States under Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document C(2021) 4021)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products and repealing Council Regulations (EEC) No 922/72, (EEC) No 234/79, (EC) No 1037/2001 and (EC) No 1234/2007 (1), and in particular Article 57, first paragraph, point (c), thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Pursuant to Article 3, second paragraph, of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1368 (2), all Member States notified the Commission of the amendments to their national programmes for the production and marketing of apiculture products for the 2021 and 2022 apiculture years.

(2)

The 27 amended national programmes drawn up for the period running from 1 August 2019 until 31 July 2022 were extended until 31 December 2022 in accordance with Article 55(1), second subparagraph, of Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013.

(3)

The Union contribution to each national programme is to be decided in accordance with Article 4, second paragraph, of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1366 (3).

(4)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee for the Common Organisation of the Agricultural Markets,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The amended national programmes for the production and marketing of apiculture products for the 2021 and 2022 apiculture years submitted by Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland and Sweden are hereby approved.

Article 2

The Union contribution to the national programmes referred to in Article 1 shall be limited to the maximum amounts as laid down in the Annex for the 2021 and 2022 apiculture years.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 9 June 2021.

For the Commission

Janusz WOJCIECHOWSKI

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 671.

(2)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1368 of 6 August 2015 laying down rules for the application of Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to aid in the apiculture sector (OJ L 211, 8.8.2015, p. 9).

(3)  Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1366 of 11 May 2015 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to aid in the apiculture sector (OJ L 211, 8.8.2015, p. 3).


ANNEX

Amount of the Union contribution to the national apiculture programmes for the 2021 and 2022 apiculture years

(EUR)

 

2021 apiculture year

2022 apiculture year

Belgium

422 967

422 967

Bulgaria

2 063 885

2 063 885

Czechia

2 121 528

2 121 528

Denmark

295 539

295 539

Germany

2 790 875

2 790 875

Estonia

140 473

140 473

Ireland

61 640

61 640

Greece

6 162 645

6 162 645

Spain

9 559 944

9 559 944

France

6 419 062

6 419 062

Croatia

1 913 290

1 913 290

Italy

5 166 537

5 166 537

Cyprus

169 653

169 653

Latvia

328 804

328 804

Lithuania

549 828

549 828

Luxembourg

30 621

30 621

Hungary

4 271 227

4 271 227

Malta

14 137

14 137

Netherlands

295 172

295 172

Austria

1 477 188

1 477 188

Poland

5 024 968

5 024 968

Portugal

2 204 232

2 204 232

Romania

6 081 630

6 081 630

Slovenia

649 455

649 455

Slovakia

999 973

999 973

Finland

196 182

196 182

Sweden

588 545

588 545


GUIDELINES

17.6.2021   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 215/40


GUIDELINE (EU) 2021/975 OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK

of 2 June 2021

amending Guideline ECB/2014/31 on additional temporary measures relating to Eurosystem refinancing operations and eligibility of collateral (ECB/2021/26)

THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular the first indent of Article 127(2) thereof,

Having regard to the Statute of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank, and in particular the first indent of Article 3.1, and Articles 5.1, 12.1, 14.3 and 18.2 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

In accordance with Article 18.1 of the Statute of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the national central banks of the Member States whose currency is the euro (hereinafter the ‘NCBs’) may, in order to achieve the objectives of the European System of Central Banks, conduct credit operations with credit institutions and other market participants, with lending being based on adequate collateral. The general conditions under which the ECB and the NCBs stand ready to enter into credit operations, including the criteria determining the eligibility of collateral for the purposes of Eurosystem credit operations, are laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 of the European Central Bank (ECB/2014/60) (1).

(2)

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governing Council adopted, on 7 April 2020 and on 22 April 2020, certain collateral easing measures with the aim of ensuring that Eurosystem counterparties remain able to maintain and mobilise sufficient collateral in order to be able to participate in Eurosystem liquidity-providing operations, and that therefore the Eurosystem is in a position to support the provision of credit to the euro area economy.

(3)

These collateral easing measures were set out in amendments introduced in Guideline ECB/2014/31 of the European Central Bank (2) by Guideline (EU) 2020/515 of the European Central Bank (ECB/2020/21) (3) and Guideline (EU) 2020/634 of the European Central Bank (ECB/2020/29) (4), respectively. Recitals 4 and 6 of Guideline (EU) 2020/515 (ECB/2020/21) stated that the additional measures set out in the amendments introduced under that Guideline should apply temporarily. No end date was specified, with the rationale that the measures could be revoked at any given time. Guideline (EU) 2020/634 (ECB/2020/29) provided that the amendments introduced via that Guideline remain in effect until 29 September 2021, as the Governing Council considered that they should apply until the first early repayment date under the third series of targeted longer-term refinancing operations (TLTRO-III) applicable at that time.

(4)

On 10 December 2020, the Governing Council decided to adopt additional monetary policy measures with the aim of contributing to preserving favourable financing conditions over the pandemic period, thereby supporting the flow of credit to all sectors of the economy, underpinning economic activity and safeguarding medium-term price stability. As part of these measures, the Governing Council decided that the collateral easing measures adopted by the Governing Council on 7 April 2020 and 22 April 2020 should apply until 30 June 2022, and this should be reflected in the relevant provisions of Guideline ECB/2014/31. This will ensure that banks can continue to make full use of the Eurosystem’s liquidity operations, most notably TLTRO-III. The Governing Council will in any case reassess these collateral easing measures before June 2022.

(5)

The Governing Council considers the full range of measures adopted on 10 December 2020 necessary and proportionate to counter the serious risks posed by the continuing severe pandemic conditions to price stability, the monetary policy transmission mechanism and the economic outlook in the euro area. The Governing Council continues to stand ready to adjust all of its instruments, as appropriate, to ensure that inflation moves towards its target in a sustained manner, in line with its commitment to symmetry.

(6)

As Guideline (EU) 2020/634 (ECB/2020/29) remains in effect until 29 September 2021, it needs to be ensured that the provisions of Guideline ECB/2014/31 affected by that amending Guideline, specifically Article 8b and Annexes IIa and IIb, continue to remain in effect after that date and the necessary legislative adjustments should be made to this end. To avoid a legal vacuum with regard to the provisions in question, NCBs should comply with this Guideline from 30 September 2021.

(7)

Therefore, Guideline ECB/2014/31 should be amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS GUIDELINE:

Article 1

Amendments to Guideline ECB/2014/31

Guideline ECB/2014/31 is amended as follows:

(1)

in Article 8a, the following paragraph is added:

‘3.   The provisions of this Article shall remain in effect until 30 June 2022.’;

(2)

Article 8b is replaced by the following:

‘Article 8b

Admission of certain marketable assets and issuers eligible on 7 April 2020

1.   Terms used in this Article shall have the same meaning as in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

2.   Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 59(3), Article 71 and Article 82(1)(a) of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60), marketable assets – other than asset-backed securities (ABSs) – issued on or before 7 April 2020 that on 7 April 2020 had a public credit rating, provided by at least one accepted ECAI system, that complied with the minimum credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem, shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

they have a public credit rating provided by at least one accepted ECAI system that complies with, as a minimum, credit quality step 5 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale; and

(b)

they continue to comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to marketable assets as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

For the avoidance of doubt, the public credit rating on 7 April 2020, as referred to in this paragraph, shall be determined by the Eurosystem on the basis of the rules set out in Article 82(1)(a), Article 82(2), Article 83, Article 84(a) and (b), Article 85 and Article 86 of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

3.   Where compliance of a marketable asset with the minimum credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem on 7 April 2020 is determined on the basis of an ECAI issuer rating or an ECAI guarantor rating provided by an accepted ECAI system, that marketable asset shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

the ECAI issuer rating or the ECAI guarantor rating, as applicable, for that marketable asset complies with, as a minimum, credit quality step 5 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale; and

(b)

that marketable asset continues to comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to it as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

4.   Marketable assets – other than ABSs – issued after 7 April 2020 whose issuer or guarantor, as applicable, had on 7 April 2020 a public credit rating, provided by at least one accepted ECAI system, that complied with the minimum credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem, shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

those marketable assets have a public credit rating, provided by at least one accepted ECAI system, that complies with, as a minimum, credit quality step 5 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale; and

(b)

those marketable assets comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to marketable assets as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

For the avoidance of doubt, the public credit rating referred to in point (a) of this paragraph shall be determined by the Eurosystem on the basis of the rules set out in Article 82(1)(a), Article 82(2), Article 83, Article 84(a) and (b), Article 85 and Article 86 of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

5.   Covered bonds issued after 7 April 2020 under a covered bond programme that on 7 April 2020 itself had a credit assessment, provided by at least one accepted ECAI system, that complied with the minimum credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem, shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations provided that:

(a)

at all times after 7 April 2020 the covered bond programme has a public credit rating, provided by at least one accepted ECAI system, that complies with, as a minimum, credit quality step 5 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale, and

(b)

these covered bonds comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to them as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

6.   The marketable assets referred to in Article 87(2) of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60) that on 7 April 2020 did not have a public credit rating provided by an accepted ECAI system, but that on 7 April 2020 had an implicit credit assessment derived by the Eurosystem in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 87(1) and (2) of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60) that complied with the credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem, shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations irrespective of the date of their issuance provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

the issuer or guarantor, as applicable, of these marketable assets complies, as a minimum, with a credit quality requirement corresponding to credit quality step 5 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale; and

(b)

these marketable assets comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to them as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

7.   Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 59(3), Article 71 and Article 82(1)(b) of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60), ABS issued on or before 7 April 2020 that on 7 April 2020 had at least two public credit ratings, each provided by a different accepted ECAI system, that complied with the minimum credit quality requirements of the Eurosystem under Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60), shall constitute eligible collateral for Eurosystem credit operations provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

they have at least two public credit ratings, each provided by a different accepted ECAI system, that comply with, as a minimum, credit quality step 4 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale; and

(b)

they continue to comply with all other eligibility criteria applicable to ABSs as laid down in Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

For the avoidance of doubt, the requirements laid down in Article 3(1)(a) to (d) and Article 3(4) of this Guideline shall not apply to the ABS referred to in this paragraph.

8.   ABS that on 7 April 2020 were admitted by the Eurosystem as eligible collateral under Article 3(1) of this Guideline shall remain eligible provided that, at all times after 7 April 2020:

(a)

they have two public credit ratings of at least credit quality step 4 in the Eurosystem’s harmonised rating scale provided by two accepted ECAI systems; and

(b)

they continue to comply with all other requirements applicable to them under Article 3(1) (except the rating level), Article 3(2a) and Article 3(4) of this Guideline.

For the avoidance of doubt, Article 3(2) of this Guideline shall not apply to the ABS referred to in this paragraph.

9.   For as long as they continue to be admitted as eligible collateral by the Eurosystem according to this Article, the marketable assets, including covered bonds, referred to in paragraphs 2 to 6 shall be subject to the valuation haircuts laid down in Annex IIb to this Guideline. The ABS referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8 shall be subject to the valuation haircuts laid down in Annex IIa to this Guideline. The valuation haircuts shall be calculated on the basis of the current rating applicable on any given day after 7 April 2020 in accordance with the rules relating to priority of ECAI credit assessments as set out in Articles 83 to 88 of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60).

10.   In addition to the valuation haircuts provided for in paragraph 9, the following additional valuation haircuts shall apply:

(a)

ABS, covered bonds and unsecured debt instruments issued by credit institutions that are theoretically valued in accordance with the rules contained in Article 134 of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60) shall be subject to an additional valuation haircut in the form of a valuation markdown of 4 %;

(b)

own-use covered bonds shall be subject to an additional valuation haircut of (i) 6,4 % applied to the value of the debt instruments allocated to credit quality steps 1 and 2, and (ii) 9,6 % applied to the value of the debt instruments allocated to credit quality steps 3, 4 and 5;

(c)

for the purposes of paragraph (b), ‘own-use’ shall mean the submission or use by a counterparty of covered bonds that are issued or guaranteed by the counterparty itself or by any other entity with which that counterparty has close links as determined in accordance with Article 138 of Guideline (EU) 2015/510 (ECB/2014/60);

(d)

if the additional valuation haircut referred to in paragraph (b) cannot be applied with respect to a collateral management system of an NCB, triparty agent, or TARGET2-Securities for auto-collateralisation, the additional valuation haircut shall be applied in such systems or platform to the entire issuance value of the covered bonds that can be own used.

11.   For the avoidance of doubt, the provisions of this Article are independent from and shall not be taken into account for the purposes of assessing eligibility for outright purchases under the secondary markets public sector asset programme (PSPP) (*1); the third covered bond purchase programme (CBPP3) (*2); the asset-backed securities purchase programme (ABSPP) (*3); the corporate sector purchase programme (CSPP) (*4); and the pandemic emergency purchase programme (PEPP) (*5).

12.   The provisions of this Article shall remain in effect until 30 June 2022.

(*1)  Decision (EU) 2020/188 of the European Central Bank of 3 February 2020 on a secondary markets public sector asset purchase programme (ECB/2020/9) (OJ L 39, 12.2.2020, p. 12)."

(*2)  Decision (EU) 2020/187 of the European Central Bank of 3 February 2020 on the implementation of the third covered bond purchase programme (ECB/2020/8) (OJ L 39, 12.2.2020, p. 6)."

(*3)  Decision (EU) 2015/5 of the European Central Bank of 19 November 2014 on the implementation of the asset-backed securities purchase programme (ECB/2014/45) (OJ L 1, 6.1.2015, p. 4)."

(*4)  Decision (EU) 2016/948 of the European Central Bank of 1 June 2016 on the implementation of the corporate sector purchase programme (ECB/2016/16) (OJ L 157, 15.6.2016, p. 28)."

(*5)  Decision (EU) 2020/440 of the European Central Bank of 24 March 2020 on a temporary pandemic emergency purchase programme (ECB/2020/17) (OJ L 91, 25.3.2020, p. 1).’;"

(3)

Annex IIa is replaced by Annex I to this Guideline;

(4)

Annex IIb is replaced by Annex II to this Guideline.

Article 2

Taking effect

1.   This Guideline shall take effect on the day of its notification to the NCBs.

2.   The Eurosystem central banks shall comply with this Guideline from 30 September 2021.

Article 3

Addressees

This Guideline is addressed to all Eurosystem central banks.

Done at Frankfurt am Main, 2 June 2021.

For the Governing Council of the ECB

The President of the ECB

Christine LAGARDE


(1)  Guideline (EU) 2015/510 of the European Central Bank of 19 December 2014 on the implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) (ECB/2014/60) (OJ L 91, 2.4.2015, p. 3).

(2)  Guideline ECB/2014/31 of the European Central Bank of 9 July 2014 on additional temporary measures relating to Eurosystem refinancing operations and eligibility of collateral and amending Guideline ECB/2007/9 (OJ L 240, 13.8.2014, p. 28).

(3)  Guideline (EU) 2020/515 of the European Central Bank of 7 April 2020 amending Guideline ECB/2014/31 on additional temporary measures relating to Eurosystem refinancing operations and eligibility of collateral (ECB/2020/21) (OJ L 110 I, 8.4.2020, p. 26).

(4)  Guideline (EU) 2020/634 of the European Central Bank of 7 May 2020 amending Guideline ECB/2014/31 on additional temporary measures relating to Eurosystem refinancing operations and eligibility of collateral (ECB/2020/29) (OJ L 148, 11.5.2020, p. 10).


ANNEX I

Annex IIa to Guideline ECB/2014/31 is replaced by the following:

‘ANNEX IIa

Valuation haircut levels (in %) applied to asset-backed securities (ABS) eligible under Article 3(2) and Article 8b of this Guideline

Credit quality

Weighted Average Life  (*)

Valuation haircut

Step 3

[0,1)

4,8

[1,3)

7,2

[3,5)

10,4

[5,7)

12,0

[7,10)

14,4

[10, ∞)

24,0

Step 4

[0,1)

11,2

[1,3)

15,2

[3,5)

18

[5,7)

24,8

[7,10)

30,4

[10, ∞)

43,2

’.

(*)  i.e. [0,1) weighted average life (WAL) less than 1 year, [1,3) WAL equal to or greater than 1 year and less than 3 years, etc.


ANNEX II

Annex IIb to Guideline ECB/2014/31 is replaced by the following:

‘ANNEX IIb

Valuation haircut levels (in %) applied to marketable assets, other than ABS, referred to in Articles 8a and 8b

 

Category I

Category II

Category III

Category IV

Credit quality

Residual maturity (years) (*1)

Fixed and floating coupon

zero coupon

Fixed and floating coupon

zero coupon

Fixed and floating coupon

zero coupon

Fixed and floating coupon

zero coupon

Step 4

[0,1)

6,4

6,4

8

8

12,8

12,8

20

20

[1,3)

9,6

10,4

12

15,2

16

18,4

28

30

[3,5)

11,2

12

16

20

19,2

23,6

33,6

37,2

[5,7)

12,4

13,6

20

24,8

22,4

28,4

36,8

40,4

[7,10)

13,2

14,4

21,6

28,4

24,8

32

40

44,8

[10,∞)

14,4

16,8

23,2

31,6

26,4

34,8

41,6

46,8

Step 5

[0,1)

8

8

12

12

22,4

22,4

24

24

[1,3)

11,2

12

16

19,2

25,6

28

32

34

[3,5)

13,2

14

22,4

26,4

28,8

33,2

38,4

42

[5,7)

14,4

15,6

27,2

32

31,6

37,6

43,2

46,8

[7,10)

15,2

16,4

28,8

35,6

33,2

40,4

46,4

51,2

[10,∞)

16,4

18,8

30,4

38,8

33,6

42

48

53,2

’.

(*1)  i.e. [0,1) residual maturity less than 1 year, [1,3) residual maturity equal to or greater than 1 year and less than 3 years, etc.


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