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(a) An eligible energy efficiency measure includes:
(1) decreasing air and moisture movement through the thermal envelope and improving controlled ventilation;
(2) increasing heating system safety, reliability or efficiency;
(3) insulation improvement of a ceiling, attic, wall, floor, pipe, water heater or duct, including any necessary insulation cavity venting;
(4) an increase of the R-value for a window or door;
(5) foundation leveling or raising above the 100-year flood plain;
(6) a lamp or fixture replacement that reduces electrical consumption;
(7) a fire or electrical safety improvement;
(8) installation of an amenity for the physically challenged; and
(9) any measure approved by the Corporation.
(b) Improvements must be made in accordance with the Corporation's priorities for energy efficiency measures.
(c) Energy efficiency measures and product specifications shall comply with standards established by the Corporation and documented in a grantee's operations manual.
History: Eff. 5/7/93, Register 130
Authority: AS 18.56.088
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