2014 US Code
Title 42 - The Public Health and Welfare (Sections 1 - 18445)
Chapter 134 - Energy Policy (Sections 13201 - 13574)
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Publication TitleUnited States Code, 2012 Edition, Supplement 2, Title 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
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Contained WithinTitle 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
CHAPTER 134 - ENERGY POLICY
- Front Matter
Date2014
Laws In Effect As Of DateJanuary 5, 2015
Positive LawNo
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PART A—ELECTRIC MOTOR VEHICLE COMMERCIAL DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM
13281.Program and solicitation.
13282.Selection of proposals.
13283.Discount payments.
13284.Cost-sharing.
13285.Reports to Congress.
13286.Authorization of appropriations.

        

PART B—ELECTRIC MOTOR VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
13291.General authority.
13292.Proposals.
13293.Protection of proprietary information.
13294.Compliance with existing law.
13295.Repealed.
13296.Authorization of appropriations.

        

SUBCHAPTER V—RENEWABLE ENERGY
13311.Purposes.
13312.Renewable energy export technology training.
13313.Renewable Energy Advancement Awards.
13314.Study of tax and rate treatment of renewable energy projects.
13315.Data system and energy technology evaluation.
13316.Innovative renewable energy technology transfer program.
13317.Renewable energy production incentive.

        

SUBCHAPTER VI—COALPART A—RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, DEMONSTRATION, AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION
13331.Coal research, development, demonstration, and commercial application programs.
13332.Coal-fired diesel engines.
13333.Clean coal, waste-to-energy.
13334.Nonfuel use of coal.
13335.Coal refinery program.
13336.Coalbed methane recovery.
13337.Metallurgical coal development.
13338.Utilization of coal wastes.
13339.Underground coal gasification.
13340.Low-rank coal research and development.
13341.Magnetohydrodynamics.
13342.Oil substitution through coal liquefaction.
13343.Authorization of appropriations.

        

PART B—CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
13351.Additional clean coal technology solicitations.

        

PART C—OTHER COAL PROVISIONS
13361.Clean coal technology export promotion and interagency coordination.
13362.Innovative clean coal technology transfer program.
13363.Conventional coal technology transfer.
13364.Study of utilization of coal combustion byproducts.
13365.Coal fuel mixtures.
13366.National clearinghouse.
13367.Coal exports.
13368.Ownership of coalbed methane.
13369.Establishment of data base and study of transportation rates.
13370.Authorization of appropriations.

        

SUBCHAPTER VII—GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
13381.Report.
13382.Least-cost energy strategy.
13383.Director of Climate Protection.
13384.Assessment of alternative policy mechanisms for addressing greenhouse gas emissions.
13385.National inventory and voluntary reporting of greenhouse gases.
13386.Export of domestic energy resource technologies to developing countries.
13387.Innovative environmental technology transfer program.
13388.Global Climate Change Response Fund.
13389.Greenhouse gas intensity reducing strategies.

        

SUBCHAPTER VIII—REDUCTION OF OIL VULNERABILITY
13401.Goals.

        

PART A—OIL AND GAS SUPPLY ENHANCEMENT
13411.Enhanced oil recovery.
13412.Oil shale.
13413.Natural gas supply.
13414.Natural gas end-use technologies.
13415.Midcontinent Energy Research Center.

        

PART B—OIL AND GAS DEMAND REDUCTION AND SUBSTITUTION
13431.General transportation.
13432.Advanced automotive fuel economy.
13433.Alternative fuel vehicle program.
13434.Biofuels user facility.
13435.Electric motor vehicles and associated equipment research and development.
13436.Repealed.
13437.Advanced diesel emissions program.
13438.Telecommuting study.

        

SUBCHAPTER IX—ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTPART A—IMPROVED ENERGY EFFICIENCY
13451.General improved energy efficiency.
13452.Natural gas and electric heating and cooling technologies.
13453.Pulp and paper.
13454.Advanced buildings for 2005.
13455.Electric drives.
13456.Improving efficiency in energy-intensive industries.
13457.Energy efficient environmental program.
13458.Energy efficient lighting and building centers.

        

PART B—ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND USE
13471.Renewable energy.
13472.High efficiency heat engines.
13473.Civilian nuclear waste.
13474.Fusion energy.
13475.Fuel cells.
13476.Environmental restoration and waste management program.
13477.High-temperature superconductivity program.
13478.Electric and magnetic fields research and public information dissemination program.
13479.Spark M. Matsunaga Renewable Energy and Ocean Technology Center.

        

PART C—ADVANCED NUCLEAR REACTORS
13491.Purposes and definitions.
13492.Program, goals, and plan.
13493.Commercialization of advanced light water reactor technology.
13494.Prototype demonstration of advanced nuclear reactor technology.
13495.Authorization of appropriations.

        

SUBCHAPTER X—ENERGY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
13501.National Advanced Materials Program.
13502.National Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Program.
13503.Supporting research and technical analysis.
13504.Math and science education program.
13505.Integration of research and development.
13506.Definitions.

        

SUBCHAPTER XI—POLICY AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
13521.Policy on major construction projects.
13522.Energy Research, Development, Demonstration, and Commercial Application Advisory Board.
13523.Management plan.
13524.Costs related to decommissioning and storage and disposal of nuclear waste.
13525.Limits on participation by companies.
13526.Uncosted obligations.

        

SUBCHAPTER XII—MISCELLANEOUSPART A—GENERAL PROVISIONS
13541.Research, development, demonstration, and commercial application activities.
13542.Cost sharing.

        

PART B—OTHER MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
13551.Repealed.
13552.Use of energy futures for fuel purchases.
13553.Energy subsidy study.
13554.Tar sands.
13555.Consultative Commission on Western Hemisphere Energy and Environment.
13556.Disadvantaged business enterprises.
13557.Sense of Congress on risk assessments.

        

SUBCHAPTER XIII—CLEAN AIR COAL PROGRAM
13571.Purposes.
13572.Authorization of program.
13573.Generation projects.
13574.Air quality enhancement program.

        

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