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§  1-103.  Definitions.    As used in this chapter, unless a different  meaning clearly appears from the context or unless a  different  meaning  is stated in a definition applicable to only a portion of this chapter:    1. "Agency"  shall  mean  any  state department, agency, board, public  benefit corporation, public authority or commission.    2. "Office" as used in sections 5-108,  5-111,  5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five  and  articles  six,  seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the New York state energy research and development  authority  established pursuant to article eight of the public authorities law.    3. "Coal"   shall  include  bituminuous  coal,  anthracite  coal,  and  lignite.    4. "Commissioner" as used in sections 5-108, 5-111, 5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five and articles six, seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the president of the  New  York  state  energy  research  and  development authority.    5. "Energy"  means  work or heat that is, or may be, produced from any  fuel or source whatsoever.    6. "Energy resources" shall mean any force or material which yields or  has the  potential  to  yield  energy,  including  but  not  limited  to  electrical,  fossil,  geothermal, wind, hydro, solid waste, tidal, wood,  solar and nuclear sources.    7. "Fossil fuel" shall mean coal, petroleum products and fuel gases.    8. "Fuel gases" shall include but not be limited to  methane,  natural  gas, liquefied natural gas, and manufactured fuel gases.    9. "Municipality"  or  "municipal  corporation"  shall  mean  a  city,  county, town, village, school district, special purpose district, or  an  agency thereof.    10. "Person"  shall mean any individual, trustee, agency, partnership,  association, corporation, company, municipality,  political  subdivision  or other legal entity.    11. "Petroleum   products"  shall  include  all  products  refined  or  rerefined from synthetic or  crude  oil  or  oil  extracted  from  other  sources, including natural gas liquids.    12. "Renewable  energy  resources"  shall  include  sources  which are  capable of being continuously restored by natural or other means or  are  so  large  as  to be useable for centuries without significant depletion  and include but are  not  limited  to  solar,  wind,  plant  and  forest  products, wastes, tidal, hydro, geothermal, deuterium, and hydrogen.    13. "Telecommuting"  shall mean the conservation of energy through the  reduction of travel by  employees  of  the  office  to  and  from  their  designated  workplace  through the use of telecommunication and computer  technology in tasks including, but not limited to, information  transfer  and processing.

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§  1-103.  Definitions.    As used in this chapter, unless a different  meaning clearly appears from the context or unless a  different  meaning  is stated in a definition applicable to only a portion of this chapter:    1. "Agency"  shall  mean  any  state department, agency, board, public  benefit corporation, public authority or commission.    2. "Office" as used in sections 5-108,  5-111,  5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five  and  articles  six,  seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the New York state energy research and development  authority  established pursuant to article eight of the public authorities law.    3. "Coal"   shall  include  bituminuous  coal,  anthracite  coal,  and  lignite.    4. "Commissioner" as used in sections 5-108, 5-111, 5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five and articles six, seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the president of the  New  York  state  energy  research  and  development authority.    5. "Energy"  means  work or heat that is, or may be, produced from any  fuel or source whatsoever.    6. "Energy resources" shall mean any force or material which yields or  has the  potential  to  yield  energy,  including  but  not  limited  to  electrical,  fossil,  geothermal, wind, hydro, solid waste, tidal, wood,  solar and nuclear sources.    7. "Fossil fuel" shall mean coal, petroleum products and fuel gases.    8. "Fuel gases" shall include but not be limited to  methane,  natural  gas, liquefied natural gas, and manufactured fuel gases.    9. "Municipality"  or  "municipal  corporation"  shall  mean  a  city,  county, town, village, school district, special purpose district, or  an  agency thereof.    10. "Person"  shall mean any individual, trustee, agency, partnership,  association, corporation, company, municipality,  political  subdivision  or other legal entity.    11. "Petroleum   products"  shall  include  all  products  refined  or  rerefined from synthetic or  crude  oil  or  oil  extracted  from  other  sources, including natural gas liquids.    12. "Renewable  energy  resources"  shall  include  sources  which are  capable of being continuously restored by natural or other means or  are  so  large  as  to be useable for centuries without significant depletion  and include but are  not  limited  to  solar,  wind,  plant  and  forest  products, wastes, tidal, hydro, geothermal, deuterium, and hydrogen.    13. "Telecommuting"  shall mean the conservation of energy through the  reduction of travel by  employees  of  the  office  to  and  from  their  designated  workplace  through the use of telecommunication and computer  technology in tasks including, but not limited to, information  transfer  and processing.

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Statutes > New-york > Eng > Article-1 > 1-103

§  1-103.  Definitions.    As used in this chapter, unless a different  meaning clearly appears from the context or unless a  different  meaning  is stated in a definition applicable to only a portion of this chapter:    1. "Agency"  shall  mean  any  state department, agency, board, public  benefit corporation, public authority or commission.    2. "Office" as used in sections 5-108,  5-111,  5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five  and  articles  six,  seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the New York state energy research and development  authority  established pursuant to article eight of the public authorities law.    3. "Coal"   shall  include  bituminuous  coal,  anthracite  coal,  and  lignite.    4. "Commissioner" as used in sections 5-108, 5-111, 5-113,  and  5-117  of  article  five and articles six, seven, eight and ten of this chapter  shall mean the president of the  New  York  state  energy  research  and  development authority.    5. "Energy"  means  work or heat that is, or may be, produced from any  fuel or source whatsoever.    6. "Energy resources" shall mean any force or material which yields or  has the  potential  to  yield  energy,  including  but  not  limited  to  electrical,  fossil,  geothermal, wind, hydro, solid waste, tidal, wood,  solar and nuclear sources.    7. "Fossil fuel" shall mean coal, petroleum products and fuel gases.    8. "Fuel gases" shall include but not be limited to  methane,  natural  gas, liquefied natural gas, and manufactured fuel gases.    9. "Municipality"  or  "municipal  corporation"  shall  mean  a  city,  county, town, village, school district, special purpose district, or  an  agency thereof.    10. "Person"  shall mean any individual, trustee, agency, partnership,  association, corporation, company, municipality,  political  subdivision  or other legal entity.    11. "Petroleum   products"  shall  include  all  products  refined  or  rerefined from synthetic or  crude  oil  or  oil  extracted  from  other  sources, including natural gas liquids.    12. "Renewable  energy  resources"  shall  include  sources  which are  capable of being continuously restored by natural or other means or  are  so  large  as  to be useable for centuries without significant depletion  and include but are  not  limited  to  solar,  wind,  plant  and  forest  products, wastes, tidal, hydro, geothermal, deuterium, and hydrogen.    13. "Telecommuting"  shall mean the conservation of energy through the  reduction of travel by  employees  of  the  office  to  and  from  their  designated  workplace  through the use of telecommunication and computer  technology in tasks including, but not limited to, information  transfer  and processing.

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