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Title XXVI TRADE AND COMMERCE

Chapter 414

Effective - 01 Jan 1999, see footnote bottom

  414.410.  Motor vehicle alternative fuel use plan to be developed by department of natural resources — powers and duties — state agency fleets of fifteen or more vehicles, time table for using alternative fuels. — 1.  The director shall develop a motor vehicle alternative fuel use plan.  The director shall cooperate with state agency fleet operators, vehicle manufacturers and converters, fuel distributors and others to identify the types of vehicles which could be converted to alternative fuels.  The director shall consider range, specialty uses, fuel availability, vehicle cost, vehicle manufacturing and conversion capability, safety, resale values, and other relevant factors.

  2.  The department shall recommend alternative fuels which state agencies and state universities may consider when purchasing vehicles.  The department shall consider the content of vehicle exhaust emissions, the relative efficiency of the fuel, the relative efficiency of the processes required to produce the fuel and the characteristics of air emissions associated with the production of that fuel.  It shall recommend for state use those alternative fuels which best satisfy the goals of energy conservation and emissions reduction.

  3.  Any state agency which operates a fleet of more than fifteen motor vehicles shall acquire vehicles capable of using alternative fuels as follows:

  (1)  At least ten percent of the agency's fleet vehicles acquired between July 1, 1994, and July 1, 1996;

  (2)  At least thirty percent of the agency's fleet vehicles acquired between July 1, 1996, and July 1, 1998; and

  (3)  At least fifty percent of the agency's fleet vehicles acquired between July 1, 1998, and July 1, 2000, and each biennial period thereafter.  

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If a state agency exceeds any such biennial acquisition goal, or has purchased vehicles capable of using alternative fuels before July l, 1994, such purchases may be credited to any future biennial acquisition goal.  If a state agency has purchased vehicles capable of using alternative fuels but not included in their vehicle fleet as defined in subsection 1 of section 414.400, such purchases may be credited toward any biennial acquisition goal.  If a state agency fails to meet a biennial acquisition goal, the commissioner of administration shall not authorize for such agency the purchase of any vehicle not capable of using alternative fuels until such acquisition goal is met, unless the director has reduced or waived the acquisition goal pursuant to subsection 1 of section 414.412.

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(L. 1991 H.B. 45 § 4 subsecs. 1, 2, 3, A.L. 1998 S.B. 619)

Effective 1-01-99


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