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106 STAT. 3080 PUBLIC LAW 102-486—OCT. 24, 1992 (A) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF CERTAIN FUNDING RECIPIENTS.— Of the total funds provided to any institution under this section, the amount of such funds that may be used for the administrative inctirect costs of the institution may not exceed 26 percent of the modified direct costs of the project. (B) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF THE SECRETARY AND THE DIRECTOR.—Of the total amount of funds made available under this section for any fiscal year, not more than 10 percent of such funds may be used for authorized administrative expenses of the Secretary and the Director in carrying out this section. (C) CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT.—Funds made available under this section may not be used for the construction or rehabilitation of facilities or fixed eqmpment. (k) SENSE OF CONGRESS.— It is the sense of the Congress that remedial action taken by the Government on electric and ma^etic fields, if and as necessary, should be based on, and consistent with, scientifically valid research such as the resiilts and findings of the research authorized by this Act. (1) SUNSET PROVISION. — A ll authority under this section shall expire on December 31, 1997. Hawaii. SEC. 2119. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA RENEWABLE ENERGY AND OCEAN 42 USC 13479. TECHNOLOGY CENTER. (a) FINDINGS.— The Conmress finds that— (1) the late Spark M. Matsunaga, United States Senator from Hawaii, was a longstanding champion of research and development of renewable energy, particularly wind and ocean energy, photovoltaics, and hydrogen fuels; (2) it was Senator Matsunaga's vision that renewable energy could provide a sustained source of non-polluting energy and that such forms of alternative energy might ultimately be employed in the production of liquid hydrogen as a transportation fuel and energy storage medium available as an energy export; (3) Senator Matsunaga also believed that research on other aspects of renewable energy and ocean resources, such as advanced materials, could be crucial to full development of energy storage and conversion systems; and (4) Keahole Point, Hawaii is particularly well-suited as a site to conduct renewable energy and associated marine research. (b) PURPOSE.—It is the purpose of this section to establish the facilities and equipment located at Keahole Point, Hawaii as a cooperative research and development facility, to be known as the Spark M. Matsunaga Renewable Energy ana Ocean Technology Center. (c) ESTABLISHMENT.—The facilities and equipment located at Keahole Point, Hawaii are established as the Spark M. Matsunaga Renewable Energy and Ocean Technology Center (in this section referred to as the "Center*). (d) ADMINISTRATION.—<1) Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary may authorize a cooperative agreement with a qualified research institution to achninister the Center.