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106 STAT. 2956 PUBLIC LAW 102-486—OCT. 24, 1992 ' Hi^HAPTER 27—LICENSING AND REGULATION OF URANIUM ENRICHMENT FACILITIES "Sec. 1701. Gaseous difiusion facilities. "Sec. 1702. Licensing of other technologies. "Sec. 1703. Regulation of restricted data. "CHAPTER 28—DECONTAMINATION AND DECOMMISSIONING "Sec. 1801. Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund. "Sec. 1802. Deposits. "Sec. 1803. Department facilities. "Sec. 1804. Employee provisions. "Sec. 1805. Reports to Congress.". TITLE XII—RENEWABLE ENERGY 42 USC 13311. SEC. 1201. PURPOSES. The purposes of this title are to promote— (1) increases in the production and utilization of energy from renewable energy resources; (2) further advances of renewable energy technologies; and (3) exports of United States renewable energy technologies and services. SEC. 1202. DEMONSTRATION AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION PROJECTS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFI- CIENCY TECHNOLOGIES. (a) DEMONSTRATION AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION PROJECTS.—Section 6 of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Technology Competitiveness Act of 1989 (42 U.S.C. 12005) is amended to read as follows: 'SEC. 6. DEMONSTRATION AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION PROJECTS. "(a) PURPOSE.—The purpose of this section is to direct the Secretary to further the commercialization of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies through a five-year program. "(B) DEMONSTRATION AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION PROJECTS. — " (1) ESTABLISHMENT.— (A) The Secretary shall solicit proposals for demonstration and commercial application projects for renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies pursuant to subsection (c). Such projects may include projects for— "(i) the production and sale of electricity, thermal energy, or other forms of energy using a renewable energy technology; "(ii) increasing the efficiency of energy use; and "(iii) improvements in, or expansion of, facilities for the manufacture of renewable energy or energy efficiency technologies. "(B) REQUIREMENTS.—Each project selected under this section shall include at least one for-profit business. Activities supported under this section shall be performed in the United States. Each project under this section shall require the manufacture and reproduction substantially Mdthin the United States for commercial sale of any invention or product that may result from the project. "(2) FORMS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. —(A) In supporting projects selected under subsection (c), the Secretary may choose