Compilation of selected energy-related legislation, Volume 3

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985
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Contents

Energy conservation goals Sec 365 General provisions
83
Definitions
84
PART EINDUSTRIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION Sec 371 Definitions Sec 372 Program
87
Identification of major energy consumers
88
Industrial energy efficiency improvement targets Sec 374A Targets for use of recovered materials Sec 375 Reports Sec 376 General provisions
91
PART FOTHER FEDERAL ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES Sec 381 Federal energy conservation programs
92
Energy conservation in policies and practices of certain Federal agencies
93
Federal actions with respect to recycled
94
PART GENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS Sec 391 Definitions
96
Guidelines
99
Preliminary energy audits and energy audits Sec 394 State plans
100
Applications for financial assistance
102
Grants for project costs and technical assistance Sec 397 Authorization of appropriations
103
Allocation of grants
104
Administration annual reports Sec 400 Records PART HENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM FOR BUILDINGS OWNED BY UNITS OF LOCA...
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PART IOFFHIGHWAY MOTOR VEHICLES Sec 385 OffHighway motor vehicle conservation study TITLE IVPETROLEUM PRICING POLICY A...
111
Entitlements PART BOTHER AMENDMENTS TO THE ALLOCATION ACT Sec 451 Amendments to the objectives of the Allocation Act Sec 452 P...
112
Amendment to Energy Supply and Coordination Act of 1974
118
Expedited procedure for congressional consideration of certain authorities
125
Automobile fuel efficiency title V of Motor Vehicle Information and Cost
131
STATEMENT OF PURPOSES
215
Federal Energy Administration Act of 1974
285
Energy Reorganization Act of 1974
317
LowIncome Home Energy Assistance Act of 1981
401

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