2011 Indiana Code
TITLE 4. STATE OFFICES AND ADMINISTRATION
ARTICLE 13.6. STATE PUBLIC WORKS
CHAPTER 9. USE OF ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY

IC 4-13.6-9
Chapter 9. Use of Energy Efficient Technology

IC 4-13.6-9-1
"Energy efficient technology"
Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "energy efficient technology" refers to any of the following:
(1) Geothermal heating and cooling.
(2) Geothermal hot water generation.
(3) Solar hot water generation.
(4) Photovoltaic power generation.
(5) Wind power generation.
(6) Combined heat and power.
(7) Heat recovery chillers.
(8) Condensing boilers and low temperature heat.
(9) Air to air energy recovery devices.
(10) Autoclaved aerated concrete.
(11) Automated meter readers.
(12) Any other energy technology that has long term environmental value, energy efficiency, and cost effectiveness.
As added by P.L.159-2003, SEC.1.

IC 4-13.6-9-2
Public works division to consider energy efficient technologies
Sec. 2. The division shall examine and consider energy efficient technologies for a public works project using a life cycle analysis.
As added by P.L.159-2003, SEC.1.

IC 4-13.6-9-3
Use of energy efficient technologies
Sec. 3. To the extent technically and economically feasible, the division shall consider the use of energy efficient technology in the plans and specifications for the public works project.
As added by P.L.159-2003, SEC.1.

IC 4-13.6-9-4
Records of contacts and analysis of energy efficient technologies in contract file
Sec. 4. The division shall keep a record of the following in the public works contract file:
(1) The contacts the division makes with persons that provide energy efficient technology to implement this chapter.
(2) An analysis of the feasibility of using energy efficient technology in the public works project.
As added by P.L.159-2003, SEC.1.

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