2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 16 - City, County, State and Local Powers
Chapter 6 - Public Property
Article 4 - Public Facility Life-Cycle Cost Analyses
Section 16-6-401 - Definitions.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 16-6-401 (2021)

16-6-401. Definitions.

(a) As used in W.S. 16-6-401 through 16-6-403:

(i) "Economic life" means the projected or anticipated useful life of a major facility as expressed by a term of years;

(ii) "Energy-consumption analysis" means the evaluation of all energy systems and components by demand and type of energy including the internal energy load imposed on a major facility by its occupants, equipment and components, and the external energy load imposed on a major facility by the climatic conditions of its location. The energy-consumption projections shall take into account daily and seasonal variations in energy system output during normal operations;

(iii) "Energy systems" means all utilities, including heating, air-conditioning, ventilating, lighting and the supplying of domestic hot water;

(iv) "Initial cost" means the monies required for the capital construction or renovation of a major facility;

(v) "Life-cycle cost analysis" means a study to compute life-cycle costs, as required in this act;

(vi) "Life-cycle cost" means the cost of a major facility including its initial cost, the cost of the energy consumed over its economic life and the cost of its operation and maintenance;

(vii) "Major facility" means any publicly owned building having eighteen thousand (18,000) square feet or more of gross floor area;

(viii) "Public agency" means every state office, officer, board, commission, committee, bureau, department and all political subdivisions of the state; and

(ix) "Renovation" means revision to a major facility which will affect more than fifty percent (50%) of the gross floor area in the building.

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