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PUBLIC LAW 102-486—OCT. 24, 1992 106 STAT. 2891 (1) from fuel suppliers to make available to the public replacement fuels, including providing for the construction or availability of related fuel d^ivery systems; (2) from owners of 10 or more motor vehicles to acquire and use alternative fueled vehicles and alternative fuels; and (3) from suppliers of alternative fueled vehicles to make available to the public alternative fueled vehicles and to ensure the availability of necessary related services, in sufficient volume to achieve the goals described in section 502(b)(2) or as modified under section 504, and in order to meet any fleet requirement program established by rule under this title. The Secreti^ shall periodically report to the Congress on the results of efirorts under this section. All volimtary commitments obtained pursuant to this section shall be available to the public, except to the extent provided in applicable provisions of law protecting the confidentiality of trade secrets and business and financial information, including section 1905 of title 18, United States Code. SEC. 600. TECHNICAL AND POLICY ANALYSIS (a) REQUIREMENT.— Not later than March 1, 1995, and March 1, 1997, the Secretary shall prepare and transmit to the President and the Congress a technical and poUcy analysis under this section. The Secretary shall utilize the analytical capability and authorities of the Energy Information Administration and such other offices of the Department of Energy as the Secretary considers appropriate. (b) PURPOSES. —The technical and policy analysis prepared under this section shall be based on the best available data and information obtainable by the Secretary under section 503, or otherwise, and on experience under this Utle and otiier provisions of law in the development and use of replacement fuels and alternative fueled vehicles, and shall evaluate— (1) progress made in achieving the goals described in section 502(b)(2), as modified under section 504; (2) the actual and potential role of replacement fuels and alternative fueled vehicles in significantly reducing United States reUance on imported oil to the extent of uie goals referred to in paragraph (1); and (3) the actual and potential availability of various domestic replacement fuels and dedicated vehicles and dual fueled venicles. (c) PUBLICATION. — The Secretary shall publish a proposed version of each analysis under this section in the Federal Register for public comment before transmittal to the President and the Congress. Public comment received in response to such publication shall be preserved for use in rulemaking proceedings under section 507. SEC. 507. FLEET REQUIREMENT PROGRABf. (a) FLEET PROGRAM PURCHASE GOALS.— (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), the following percentages of new light duty motor vehicles acquired in each model year for a fieet, other than a Federal fleet. State fleet, or fleet owned, operated, leased, or otherwise controlled by a covered person subject to section 501, shall be alternative fueled vehicles: (A) 20 percent of the motor vehicles acquired in model years 1999, 2000, and 2001; (B) 30 percent of the motor vehicles acquired in model year 2002; 42 USC 13256. Federal Register, publication. 42 USC 13257.