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SECTION 16-104
Applicability, conduct prohibited
Energy (ENG) CHAPTER 17-A, ARTICLE 16
§ 16-104. Applicability, conduct prohibited. 1. The provisions of this
article apply to the testing, certification and enforcement of
efficiency standards for the following new products which are sold,
offered for sale or installed in New York state: (a) automatic
commercial ice cube machines; (b) ceiling fan light kits; (c) commercial
pre-rinse spray valves; (d) commercial refrigerators, freezers and
refrigerator-freezers; (e) consumer audio and video products; (f)
illuminated exit signs; (g) incandescent reflector lamps; (h) very large
commercial packaged air-conditioning and heating equipment; (i) metal
halide lamp fixtures; (j) pedestrian traffic signal modules; (k) power
supplies; (l) torchiere lighting fixtures; (m) unit heaters (n)
vehicular traffic signal modules; (o) portable light fixtures; (p)
bottle-type water dispensers; (q) commercial hot food holding cabinets;
(r) portable electric spas; and (s) residential pool pumps.

2. No person shall sell, offer for sale, or install in New York state
any new product of the types enumerated in subdivision one of this
section or any of the new products identified pursuant to subdivision
four of section 16-106 of this article, unless: (a) the product meets
minimum energy performance standards adopted pursuant to this article
upon the effective date of such standards; and, if required by
regulations promulgated pursuant to this section, (b) the manufacturer
of such product certifies that the product meets said minimum energy
performance standards.

3. The prohibitions contained in subdivisions one and two of this
section shall not apply to: (a) products manufactured in the state and
sold outside the state; (b) products manufactured outside the state and
sold at wholesale inside the state for final retail sale outside the
state; (c) products installed in mobile manufactured homes at the time
of construction; or (d) products designed expressly for installation and
use in recreational vehicles.