DOE Rules definition

DOE Rules means DOE’s energy conservation regulations found in Title 10, Parts 429, 430, and 431 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
DOE Rules means DOE’s energy conservation regulations found in Title 10, Parts 429, 430 and 431 of the Code of Federal Regulations, January 1, 2015 edition.

Examples of DOE Rules in a sentence

  • Respondent will, in accordance with 10 C.F.R. Part 429, certify all basic models of all covered products and covered equipment that Respondent manufactures and distributes in commerce in the United States annually, as required by DOE Rules.

  • All purchases for services or commodities $25,000.00 or more, whether a onetime purchase or an accumulation of like items, are required to be handled through a competitive bid, unless specifically exempt as indicated in DOE Rules and Regulations or Board Policy.

  • All purchases for services or commodities $15,000.00 or more, whether a onetime purchase or an accumulation of like items, are required to be handled through a competitive bid, unless specifically exempt as indicated in DOE Rules and Regulations or Board Policy.

  • Moreover, per the Department of Energy (DOE) Weatherization Program Notice 07-1, section 1.6– Program Income, income generated must be used to complete dwelling units in accordance with DOE Rules.

  • Raceway RoadFax: (662)224-8142 Greenville, MS 38702Email: bjsaulter@wwiscaa.org IV.2 Production Schedule Vehicles and Equipment $5,000 or more Average cost per Dwelling Unit (DOE Rules) .

  • The SWPF S/RID, at the Functional Area Level, identifies DOE ESH&Q requirements set forth in applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulation, DOE Rules, DOE Orders, and directives, relevant industry (consensus) codes and standards, international standards, established site safety practices, etc.

  • The copy served on the respondent shall not include any documents which, as provided in § 1035.7 of the DOE Rules, may not be disclosed to the respondent; the copy filed with the fact­ finding panel shall identify which documents must be sealed and viewed by the fact­ finding panel only in camera, as provided in§ 1035.7 of the DOE Rules.Rule 10.

  • Because these procedural rules are not substantive in nature, and their coverage is narrower than that of the DOE Rules, no regulatory flexibility analysis has been prepared for these procedural rules.

  • Nature and Content of the Procedural RulesSection 1035.8(d)(4) provides that fact­ finding conferences "shall be conducted in accordance with applicable procedural rules adopted by the General Counsel or designee." * The Appendix to the DOE Rules, set forth below, establishes those procedural rules.

  • A request for a fact-finding conference pursuant to § 1035.8 of the DOE Rules should be addressed to the Director, Procurement and Assistance Management Directorate, M A - 4 , U .S.

Related to DOE Rules

  • ISO-NE Rules means all rules and procedures adopted by NEPOOL, ISO-NE, or the RTO, and governing wholesale power markets and transmission in New England, as such rules may be amended from time to time, including but not limited to, the ISO-NE Tariff, the ISO-NE Operating Procedures (as defined in the ISO-NE Tariff), the ISO-NE Planning Procedures (as defined in the ISO-NE Tariff), the Transmission Operating Agreement (as defined in the ISO-NE Tariff), the Participants Agreement, the manuals, procedures and business process documents published by ISO-NE via its web site and/or by its e-mail distribution to appropriate NEPOOL participants and/or NEPOOL committees, as amended, superseded or restated from time to time.

  • FCA Rules means the Rules included within the FCA Handbook issued by the FCA.

  • HIPAA Rules means the Privacy, Security, Breach Notification, and Enforcement Rules at 45 CFR Part 160 and Part 164.