EPAct


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EPActEnergy Policy Act
EPActEnvironmental Policy Act
EPActEnergy Policy And Conservation Act
EPActEnergetic Particles: Acceleration, Composition and Transport
EPActExperimental Psychopathology and Cognitive Therapy (UK)
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In addition to offering incentive rates to any public utility joining an RTO, as directed by EPAct, FERC further offered incentive rates to encourage formation of independent transmission companies (Transcos), based on evidence that Transcos invested in transmission infrastructure more heavily than other business forms in the industry.
* 201-500 hp (150 to 373 kW) motors not previously covered by EPAct will be required to comply with Energy Efficient efficiencies as defined by NEMA MG 1, Table 12-11.
May 1, 2007, EPA promulgated regulations to implement the 2005 EPAct.
* 201 to 500 horsepower motors not previously covered by EPAct will be required to comply with energy efficiencies as defined by NEMA MG I, Table 12-11
To determine the peak energy values and energy use schedules for the eight existing buildings built before 2005 at the Butts Army Airfield site, it was assumed that these buildings performed similarly in energy performance and schedule to facilities more recently constructed to meet the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT 2005) site energy reduction requirements.
With the December 2013 extension of the EPAct tax deduction fast approaching, building owners should speak with their accountants and financial advisors to see how best to write off the cost of new lighting in 2013 rather than having to depreciate it, and better position their building with a sharper competitive edge toward maximizing property value.
A report of prescribing activity was undertaken using the ePact system and it was identified that health visitor prescribing was at a very low level in the local area.
* The percentage of federal authorizations that were issued more than 90 days beyond FERC's issuance of an Environmental Impact Statement or an Environmental Assessment rose from 7.69 percent prior to the implementation of EPAct 2005 to 28.05 percent after the act.
The project's internal rate of return was 35.2%, and crone with an electric utility incentive of $69,222, plus an EPAct 2005 tax deduction of $117,619.
Completion of the solar project at the Salt Lake City VAMC will contribute to the Veterans Administration's effort to comply with the mandate of the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005 and Executive Order (EO) 13423 directing federal agencies to increase their use of renewable energy.
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