119 STAT. 1116
PUBLIC LAW 109–58—AUG. 8, 2005
‘‘(c) PERFORMANCE REVIEWS AND REPORTS.—Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this part and each year thereafter, the interagency working group shall— ‘‘(1) conduct a performance review of actions taken and results achieved by the Federal Government (including each of the agencies represented on the interagency working group) to promote the export of greenhouse gas intensity reducing technologies and practices from the United States; and ‘‘(2) submit to the appropriate authorizing and appropriating committees of Congress a report that describes the results of the performance reviews and evaluates progress in promoting the export of greenhouse gas intensity reducing technologies and practices from the United States, including any recommendations for increasing the export of the technologies and practices. 22 USC 7906.
‘‘SEC. 736. TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of State, in coordination with the Secretary of Energy and the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, shall promote the adoption of technologies and practices that reduce greenhouse gas intensity in developing countries in accordance with this section. ‘‘(b) DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.— ‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretaries and the Administrator shall plan, coordinate, and carry out, or provide assistance for the planning, coordination, or carrying out of, demonstration projects under this section in at least 10 eligible countries, as determined by the Secretaries and the Administrator. ‘‘(2) ELIGIBILITY.—A country shall be eligible for assistance under this subsection if the Secretaries and the Administrator determine that the country has demonstrated a commitment to— ‘‘(A) just governance, including— ‘‘(i) promoting the rule of law; ‘‘(ii) respecting human and civil rights; ‘‘(iii) protecting private property rights; and ‘‘(iv) combating corruption; and ‘‘(B) economic freedom, including economic policies that— ‘‘(i) encourage citizens and firms to participate in global trade and international capital markets; ‘‘(ii) promote private sector growth and the sustainable management of natural resources; and ‘‘(iii) strengthen market forces in the economy. ‘‘(3) SELECTION.—In determining which eligible countries to provide assistance to under paragraph (1), the Secretaries and the Administrator shall consider— ‘‘(A) the opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas intensity in the eligible country; and ‘‘(B) the opportunity to generate economic growth in the eligible country. ‘‘(4) TYPES OF PROJECTS.—Demonstration projects under this section may include— ‘‘(A) coal gasification, coal liquefaction, and clean coal projects; ‘‘(B) carbon sequestration projects; ‘‘(C) cogeneration technology initiatives;
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