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  414.400.  Definitions — program for state fuel consumption reduction, fleet management and promotion of alternative fuels, University of Missouri, included duties — exceptions for certain vehicles. — 1.  As used in sections 414.400 to 414.417, the following terms mean:

  (1)  "Alternative fuel", any fuel, including any alcohol fuel containing eighty-five percent or more by volume of such alcohol or other such percentage not less than seventy percent if determined by the United States Department of Energy by rule to be necessary to provide for the requirements of cold start, safety, or vehicle functions, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, any fuel other than alcohol derived from biological materials when designated by the United States Department of Energy as an alternative fuel, and hydrogen, or any power source, including electricity, and any other fuel that the United States Department of Energy determines by final rule is substantially not petroleum and would yield substantial energy security and environmental benefits, used in a vehicle that complies with the standards and requirements applicable to such vehicle pursuant to sections 414.400 to 414.417 when using such fuel or power source;

  (2)  "CAFE standard", the federal Corporate Average Fuel Economy standard, 15 U.S.C. Section 2002* or 40 CFR Parts 86 and 600 or 49 CFR Part 538 or proposed rule 49 CFR Part 538 until such rule is finalized;

  (3)  "Department", the department of economic development;

  (4)  "Director", the director of the department of economic development;

  (5)  "State agency", the same meaning as such term is defined in section 536.010;

  (6)  "Vehicle fleet", any fleet comprised of vehicles with a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating of not more than eight thousand five hundred pounds registered for operation on the highways of this state pursuant to chapter 301.

  2.  The department in consultation with the commissioner of administration shall develop and implement a program to manage and progressively reduce state agency vehicle fleet fuel consumption and promote the use of alternative fuels.  The program shall require state agencies to meet minimum guidelines for efficient fleet management.  Such guidelines shall be updated and revised every two years and shall require the overall vehicle fleet fuel efficiency for each agency to meet or exceed the fuel efficiency that would be achieved if each vehicle in the agency's fleet met the CAFE standard.  The department may promulgate rules necessary to implement such guidelines.  Further, provided that suppliers or state agencies have or can reasonably be expected to have established alternative fuel refueling stations as needed, the program shall require that at least thirty percent of all motor fuel purchased annually for use in alternative fuel vehicles, calculated in gasoline gallon equivalents, to be alternative fuel by July 1, 2001.  Any alternative fuel purchased by a state agency for use in vehicles not included in their vehicle fleet as defined in subsection 1 of this section, calculated in gasoline gallon equivalents, may be credited toward the annual alternative fuel purchase goal.  The program shall systematically replace existing state-owned vehicles and vehicles paid for with any state money, including vehicles purchased by the university system, with vehicles manufactured, assembled or produced in the United States, as required by sections 34.350 to 34.359.

  3.  The commissioner of administration shall identify specific vehicle models within each vehicle procurement class that meet or exceed the CAFE standard.  State agencies shall identify specific vehicle models within each vehicle procurement class that have a life cycle cost which is less than or equal to the average life cycle cost of those vehicles in the class which are manufactured, assembled or produced in the United States.  Life cycle costs shall include but are not limited to the original cost of the vehicle, conversion cost if applicable, costs associated with vehicle emissions to the extent that such statistics are available, and projected cost of operation, including fuel cost and maintenance and salvage value to the extent that reliable maintenance and salvage value statistics are available.  Unless a state agency submits to the department a fleet efficiency plan that complies with the minimum guidelines for energy efficiency established pursuant to subsection 2 of this section, or unless otherwise approved by the office of administration pursuant to subsection 4 of this section, all purchases of vehicles for state agency vehicle fleets shall meet the above standards.

  4.  The commissioner of administration may waive the CAFE standard requirements of subsection 3 of this section, for only those vehicles which satisfy one or more of the following conditions, for any state agency upon receipt of documentation that has been certified by the director of the state agency as satisfying one or more of the following conditions:

  (1)  Such vehicles are used primarily in off-road, construction, or road maintenance applications;

  (2)  Such vehicles are regularly used in the movement of maintenance or construction equipment;

  (3)  Such vehicles are trucks or utility vehicles as defined by the office of administration that are regularly used to transport trailers for the purpose of moving state equipment; or

  (4)  Such vehicles are vehicles with manufacturer-stated seating capacity exceeding that for six persons and the director of the agency has certified that the vehicle will be used to transport its rated capacity in persons and/or cargo.  Agencies which are granted such waivers shall comply with the planning requirements of section 414.403.

  5.  The purchase of all class III vehicles, as defined by the office of administration, shall be approved through the appropriations process for all departments except the highway patrol.  The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to the purchase of used vehicles from the highway patrol.


(L. 1991 H.B. 45 § 1, A.L. 1998 S.B. 619, A.L. 2018 S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision)

*Section 2002 was repealed July 5, 1994 (P.L. 103-272).

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