42 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2008 Edition
Title 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
CHAPTER 91 - NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICY
Front Matter
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Part A—Utility Program

8211 to 8229. Omitted.

        

Part B—Miscellaneous

8231.
Grants for energy conserving improvements; establishment of standards; authorization of appropriations.
8232.
Residential energy efficiency standards study.
8233.
Weatherization study.

        

Part C—Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

8235.
“Residential building” defined.
8235a.
Approval of plans for prototype residential energy efficiency programs and provision of financial assistance for such programs.
8235b.
Applications for approval of plans for prototype residential energy efficiency programs.
8235c.
Approval of applications for plans for prototype residential energy efficiency programs.
8235d.
Rules and regulations.
8235e.
Authority of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to exempt application of certain laws.
8235f.
Application of other laws.
8235g.
Records and reports.
8235h.
Revoking approval of plans and terminating financial assistance.
8235i.
Authorization of appropriations.

        

Part D—Residential Energy Efficiency Rating Guidelines

8236.
Voluntary rating guidelines.
8236a.
Technical assistance.
8236b.
Report.

        

SUBCHAPTER III—FEDERAL ENERGY INITIATIVE

Part A—Demonstration of Solar Heating and Cooling in Federal Buildings

8241.
Definitions.
8242.
Federal solar program.
8243.
Duties of Secretary.
8244.
Authorization of appropriations.

        

Part B—Federal Energy Management

8251.
Findings.
8252.
Purpose.
8253.
Energy management requirements.
8254.
Establishment and use of life cycle cost methods and procedures.
8255.
Budget treatment for energy conservation measures.
8256.
Incentives for agencies.
8257.
Interagency Energy Management Task Force.
8258.
Reports.
8258a.
Demonstration of new technology.
8258b.
Survey of energy saving potential.
8259.
Definitions.
8259a.
Energy and water savings measures in congressional buildings.
8259b.
Federal procurement of energy efficient products.
8260, 8261. Omitted.
8262.
Definitions.
8262a.
Report by General Services Administration.
8262b.
Intergovernmental energy management planning and coordination.
8262c.
Federal agency energy management training.
8262d.
Energy audit teams.
8262e.
Federal energy cost accounting and management.
8262f.
Inspector General review and agency accountability.
8262g.
Procurement and identification of energy efficient products.
8262h.
United States Postal Service energy regulations.
8262i.
United States Postal Service energy management report.
8262j.
Energy management requirements for United States Postal Service.
8262k.
Government contract incentives.

        

Part C—Federal Photovoltaic Utilization

8271.
“Federal facility” and “Secretary” defined.
8272.
Photovoltaic energy program.
8273.
Purpose of program.
8274.
Acquisition of systems.
8275.
Administration.
8276.
System evaluation and purchase program.
8277.
Advisory committee.
8278.
Authorization of appropriations.

        

Part D—Peak Demand Reduction

8279.
National Action Plan for Demand Response.

        

SUBCHAPTER IV—ENERGY CONSERVATION FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS

Part A—General Provisions

8281 to 8281b. Repealed.

        

Part B—Energy Conservation Plans

8282 to 8282b. Repealed.

        

Part C—Utility Programs

8283, 8283a. Repealed.

        

Part D—Federal Implementation

8284.
Repealed.

        

SUBCHAPTER V—ENERGY AUDITOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

8285.
Purpose.
8285a.
Definitions.
8285b.
Grants.
8285c.
Authorization of appropriations.

        

SUBCHAPTER VI—COORDINATION OF FEDERAL ENERGY CONSERVATION FACTORS AND DATA

8286.
Consensus on factors and data for energy conservation standards.
8286a.
Use of factors and data.
8286b.
Omitted.

        

SUBCHAPTER VII—ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS

8287.
Authority to enter into contracts.
8287a.
Payment of costs.
8287b.
Reports.
8287c.
Definitions.
8287d.
Assistance to Federal agencies in achieving energy efficiency in Federal facilities and operations.