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PUBLIC LAW 94-000—MMMM. DD, 1975

89 STAT. 936

PUBLIC LAW 94-163—DEC. 22, 1975 PART D—INDUSTRIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DEFINITIONS

42 USC 6341.

42 USC 6342.

SEC. 371. As used in this part— (1) The term "chief executive officer" means, within a corporation, the individual whom the Administrator determines, for purposes of this part, is in charge of operations. (2) The term "corporation" means a person as defined in section 3(2)(B) and includes any person so defined which controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with such person. If a corporation is engaged in more than one major energy-consuming industry, such corporation shall be treated as a separate corporation with respect to each such industry. (3) The term "energy efficiency" means the amount of industrial output or activity per unit of energy consumed therein, as determined by the Administrator. (4) The term "major energy-consuming industry" means a twodigit classification, within the manufacturing division of economic activity set forth in the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual by a code number, which the Administrator determines is suited to the purposes of this part. SEC. 372. The Administrator shall establish and maintain, in consultation with the Secretary of Commerce and the Administrator of the Energy Research and Development Administration, a program— (1) to promote increased energy efficiency by American industry, and (2) to establish voluntary energy efficiency improvement targets for at least the 10 most energy-consumptive major energyconsuming industries. IDENTIFICATION OF MAJOR ENERGY CONSUMERS

42 USC 6343.

SEC. 373. Within 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall identify each major energy-consuming industry in the United States, and shall establish a priority ranking of such industries on the basis of their respective total annual energy consumption. Within each industry so identified, the Administrator shall identify each corporation which— (1) consumes at least one trillion British thermal units of energy per year, and (2) is among the corporations identified by the Administrator as the 50 most energy-consumptive corporations in such industry. INDIVIDUAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT TARGETS

42 USC 6344.

SEC. 374. (a) Within one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall set an industrial energy efficiency improvement target for each of the 10 most energy-consumtive industries identified under section 373. Each such target— (1) shall be based upon the best available information, (2) shall be established at the level which represents the maximum feasible improvement in energy efficiency which such industry can achieve by January 1, 1980, and Publication in the (3) shall be published in the Federal Register, together with Federal Register. a statement of the basis and justification for each such target. (b) I n determining maximum feasible improvement under subsection (a) and under subsection (c), the Administrator shall consider— (1) the objectives of the program established under section 372,