State Energy Commission definition

State Energy Commission means The State Energy Commission of Western Australia as described in section 7 of the State Energy Commission Act 1979;
State Energy Commission means The State Energy Commission of Western Australia as described in section 7 of the State Energy Commission Act and includes, in respect of any particular statutory function of the State Energy Commission under the State Energy Commission Act, any successor of the State Energy Commission in respect of that statutory function;

Examples of State Energy Commission in a sentence

The electrical installation must be to the design and installation standards of the State Energy Commission of Western Australia.


More Definitions of State Energy Commission

State Energy Commission means The State Energy Commission of Western Australia as described in section 7 of the State Energy Commission Act 1979 and includes any successor of the State Energy Commission engaged in the supply of electrical power;

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