42 USC 16152 - Definitions

In this subchapter:
(1) Fuel cell 
The term fuel cell means a device that directly converts the chemical energy of a fuel, which is supplied from an external source, and an oxidant into electricity by electrochemical processes occurring at separate electrodes in the device.
(2) Heavy-duty vehicle 
The term heavy-duty vehicle means a motor vehicle that
(A) is rated at more than 8,500 pounds gross vehicle weight;
(B) has a curb weight of more than 6,000 pounds; or

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(C) has a basic vehicle frontal area in excess of 45 square feet.
(3) Infrastructure 
The term infrastructure means the equipment, systems, or facilities used to produce, distribute, deliver, or store hydrogen (except for onboard storage).
(4) Light-duty vehicle 
The term light-duty vehicle means a motor vehicle that is rated at 8,500 or less pounds gross vehicle weight.
(5) Stationary; portable 
The terms stationary and portable, when used in reference to a fuel cell, include
(A) continuous electric power; and
(B) backup electric power.
(6) Task Force 
The term Task Force means the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Task Force established under section 16155 of this title.
(7) Technical Advisory Committee 
The term Technical Advisory Committee means the independent Technical Advisory Committee established under section 16156 of this title.