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NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICY ACT

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NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICY ACT

Public Law 95-619, as Amended

AN ACT For the relief of Jack R. Misner. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

TITLE I-GENERAL PROVISIONS

SEC. 101. SHORT TITLE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS.

(a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the “National Energy Conservation Policy Act”. (42 U.S.C. 8201 note) (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.

TITLE I–GENERAL PROVISIONS
Sec. 101. Short title and table of contents.
Sec. 102. Findings and statement of purposes.
TITLE II-RESIDENTIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION

PART 1-UTILITY PROGRAM
Sec. 210. Definitions.
Sec. 211. Coverage.
Sec. 212. Rules of Secretary for submission and approval of plans.
Sec. 213. Requirements for State residential energy conservation plans for regu-

lated utilities. Sec. 214. Plan requirements for nonregulated utilities and home heating suppliers. Sec. 215. Utility programs: Sec. 216. Supply, installation, and financing by public utilities. 1 Sec. 217. Home heating supplier programs. Sec. 218. Temporary programs. Sec. 219. Federal standby authority. Sec. 220. Relationship to other laws. Sec. 221. Rules. Sec. 222. Product standards. Sec. 223. Authorization of appropriations. Sec. 224. Report on energy conservation in apartment buildings. Sec. 225. Reports and dissemination of informaion. Sec. 226. Alternative State plans. Sec. 227. Waiver for regulated and nonregulated utilities. Sec. 228. Termination.

PART 2_WEATHERIZATION GRANTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES Sec. 231. Department of Energy weatherization grant program. Sec. 232. Farmers Home Administration weatherization grant program. Sec. 233. Availability of labor. PART 3-SECONDARY FINANCING AND LOAN INSURANCE FOR ENERGY CONSERVING

IMPROVEMENTS AND SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS Sec. 241. Loan insurance for energy conserving improvements and solar energy sysSec. 242. Purchase by Government National Mortgage Association of loans to low

tems under title I of the National Housing Act.

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and moderate-income families for energy conserving improvements. Sec. 243. Standby authority of Government National Mortgage Association to pur

chase loans for energy conserving improvements. Sec. 244. Purchase by Government National Mortgage Association of loans for solar

energy systems. Sec. 245. Secondary financing by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation of

solar energy and energy conserving improvement loans. Sec. 246. Secondary financing by Federal National Mortgage Association of solar

energy and energy conserving improvement loans. Sec. 247. Loan insurance for energy conserving improvements and solar energy sys

tems in multifamily projects under section 241 of the National Housing

Act.
Sec. 248. Increase in mortgage limits to cover costs of solar energy systems.

PART 4-MISCELLANEOUS
Sec. 251. Energy-conserving improvements for assisted housing.
Sec. 252. Energy conserving standards for newly constructed residential housing

insured by Federal Housing Administration or assisted by Farmers

Home Administration. Sec. 253. Residential energy efficiency standards study. Sec. 254. Weatherization study. Sec. 255. Authorization for appropriations for new building performance standards

grants.

PART 5-RESIDENTIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS Sec. 261. Definition. Sec. 262. Approval of plans for prototype residential energy efficiency programs and

provision of financial assistance for such programs. Sec. 263. Applications for approval of plans for prototype residential energy effi

ciency programs. Sec. 264. Approval of applications for plans for prototype residential energy effi

ciency programs. Sec. 265. Rules and regulations. Sec. 266. Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to exempt appli

cation of certain laws.
Sec. 267. Application of other laws.
Sec. 268. Records and reports.
Sec. 269. Revoking approval of plans and terminating financial assistance.
Sec. 270. Authorization of Appropriations.

PART 6_RESIDENTIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATINGS 1
Sec. 271. Voluntary rating guidelin
Sec. 272. Technical assistance.
Sec. 273. Report.

TITLE III-ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOLS AND HOS

PITALS AND BUILDINGS OWNED BY UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
AND PUBLIC CARE INSTITUTIONS

PART 1-SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS
Sec. 301. Statement of findings and purposes.
Sec. 302. Amendment to the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.
Sec. 303. Technical amendments.
Sec. 304. Cross reference. 2

PART 2—UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC CARE INSTITUTIONS
Sec. 310. Statement of findings and purposes.
Sec. 311. Amendment to the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.
Sec. 312. Application of Davis-Bacon Act.

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TITLE IV-ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF CERTAIN PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES

PART 1-ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR AUTOMOBILES
Sec. 401. Fuel economy information.
Sec. 402. Civil penalties relating to automobile fuel efficiency.
Sec. 403. Disclosure in labeling.
Sec. 404. Study.
PART 2-ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR CONSUMER PRODUCTS OTHER THAN

AUTOMOBILES
Sec. 421. Test procedures.
Sec. 422. Energy efficiency standards.
Sec. 423. Assessment of civil penalties.
Sec. 424. Effect of standards on other laws.
Sec. 425. Technical and conforming amendments.
Sec. 426. Appropriations authorization.
Sec. 427. Effects of other laws on procedures.

PART 3—ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT
Sec. 441. Energy efficiency of industrial equipment.

PART 4 ENERGY EFFICIENCY BY USE OF RECOVERED MATERIALS 2 Sec. 461. Use of recovered materials.

TITLE V-FEDERAL ENERGY INITIATIVES

PART 1–EXECUTIVE AGENCY CONSERVATION PLAN
Sec. 501. Conservation plan authorization.
PART 2-DEMONSTRATION OF SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING IN FEDERAL BUILDINGS
Sec. 521. Definitions.
Sec. 522. Federal solar program.
Sec. 523. Duties of Secretary.
Sec. 524. Authorization of appropriations.

PART 3-FEDERAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Sec. 541. Findings.
Sec. 542. Purpose.
Sec. 543. Energy management goals.
Sec. 544. Establishment and use of life cycle cost methods and procedures.
Sec. 545. Budget treatment of energy conservation measures.
Sec. 546. Incentives for agencies.
Sec. 547. Interagency Energy Management Task Force.
Sec. 548. Reports.
Sec. 549. Demonstration of new technology.
Sec. 550. Survey of energy saving potential.
Sec. 551. Definitions.

PART 4-FEDERAL PHOTOVOLTAIC UTILIZATION
Sec. 561. Short title of part.
Sec. 562. Definitions.
Sec. 563. Photovoltaic energy program.
Sec. 564. Purpose of program.
Sec. 565. Acquisition of systems.
Sec. 566. Administration.
Sec. 567. System evaluation and purchase program.
Sec. 568. Advisory committee.
Sec. 569. Authorization of appropriations.

TITLE VI–ADDITIONAL ENERGY-RELATED MEASURES

PART 1-INDUSTRIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY REPORTING Sec. 601. Industrial energy efficiency reporting.

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