Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for General Service Incandescent Lamps; Correction, 49965-49966 [2019-20399]

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AGENCY: On September 5, 2019, the U.S. Department of Energy (‘‘DOE’’) published a notice of proposed determination (‘‘NOPD’’) initially determining that energy conservation standards for general service incandescent lamps (‘‘GSILs’’) do not need to be amended (hereafter the ‘‘September 2019 NOPD’’). This correction addresses typographical errors that appear in the September 2019 NOPD. This document corrects values listed in Tables V.4, V.7, V.9, and V.10, and corrects duplicative numbering of tables and reference to those tables. Neither the errors nor the corrections in this document affect the substance of the rulemaking or any initial conclusions reached in support of the NOPD. DATES: This document is published on September 24, 2019. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Lucy deButts, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Building Technologies Office, EE–5B, 1000 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20585–0121. Email: ApplianceStandardsQuestions@ ee.doe.gov. Ms. Celia Sher, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of the General Counsel, GC–33, 1000 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20585–0121. Telephone: (202) 287–6122. Email: Celia.Sher@hq.doe.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In support of the September 2019 NOPD and the proposed determination that energy conservation standards for GSILs do not SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 4702 Sfmt 4702 49965 need to be amended, DOE conducted a shipments analysis, a life-cycle cost (‘‘LCC’’) analysis, a national impact analysis (‘‘NIA’’), and a manufacturer impact analysis (‘‘MIA’’). DOE displayed certain results of the LCC analysis in Table V.4, certain results of the NIA in Table V.7, and certain results of the MIA in Tables V.9 and V.10. There are typographical errors in these tables and the discussion of these tables. All these corrections result in minor differences to the magnitude of the values changed and do not impact the proposed determination presented in the document. For the shipments analysis correction, the value changes by 2.2 percent; for the LCC analysis correction, the value changes by 0.13 percent; for the NIA corrections, the values change between 0.04 and 0.05 percent; and for the MIA corrections, the values change between 5 and 6 percent. The NOPD also assigned duplicative table numbers to two sets of tables, which may result in confusion when referencing the tables. This document identifies and corrects these typographical errors. Correction In the Federal Register published on September 5, 2019 (84 FR 46830), in FR Doc. 2019–18941, the following corrections are made: 1. On page 46848, in the 1st column, correct the 4th sentence in the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘In the scenario with substitution, fitting the NEMA data to the widely used Bass model for the market adoption of new technology 35 suggests that, even in the absence of Federal regulation, LED lamps will have captured a significant majority of the GSL market by 2023 (79.5 percent of the residential market and 94.2 percent of the commercial market).’’; 2. On page 46849, replace the table heading ‘‘Table IV.12—Summary of Inputs and Methods for the National Impact Analysis’’ with ‘‘Table IV.13— Summary of Inputs and Methods for the National Impact Analysis’’; 3. On page 46849, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in the 2nd paragraph to read: ‘‘Table IV.13 summarizes the inputs and methods DOE used for the NIA analysis for the NOPD.’’; 4. On page 46853, in Table V.4— Average Annualized LCC Savings Results by Trial Standard Level-LCC with Substitution-Continued, replace the value ‘‘0.43’’ in the column headed ‘‘Percent of consumers that experience net cost’’ with ‘‘0.3’’; 5. On page 46853, replace the table heading ‘‘Table V.4—Cumulative E:\FR\FM\24SEP1.SGM 24SEP1 khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with PROPOSALS 49966 Federal Register / Vol. 84, No. 185 / Tuesday, September 24, 2019 / Proposed Rules National Energy Savings for GSILs and GSIL alternatives; 30 Years of Shipments (2023–2052)’’ with ‘‘Table V.5—Cumulative National Energy Savings for GSILs and GSIL alternatives; 30 Years of Shipments (2023–2052)’’; 6. On page 46853, in the 3rd column, correct the 3rd sentence in the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘Table V.5 presents DOE’s projections of the NES for each TSL considered for GSILs, as well as considered GSIL alternatives.’’; 7. On page 46853, in the 3rd column, correct the 5th sentence in the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘In addition to GSIL energy savings, Table V.5 illustrates the increased energy consumption of consumers who transition to out-of-scope lamps, including CFL, LED, and incandescent alternatives, because more consumers purchase these lamps at TSL 1 relative to the no-standards case.’’; 8. On page 46854, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘The NES sensitivity analysis results based on a 9-year analytical period are presented in Table V.6.’’; 9. On page 46854, in Table V.7— Cumulative Net Present Value of Quantifiable Consumer Benefits for GSILs and GSIL Alternatives; 30 Years of Shipments (2023–2052), replace the values ‘‘5.436’’ and ‘‘4.173’’ in the column headed ‘‘TSL 1’’ with ‘‘5.434’’ and ‘‘4.171’’ respectively; 10. On page 46855, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in the 3rd paragraph to read: ‘‘Table V.9 and Table V.10 present the results of the industry cash flow analysis for GSIL manufacturers under the preservation of gross margin and the technology specific markup scenarios.’’; 11. On page 46855, in Table V.9— Manufacturer Impact Analysis for GSILs—Preservation of Gross Margin Markup Scenario, replace the values ‘‘(5.0)’’ and ‘‘(1.6)’’ in the column headed ‘‘TSL 1’’ with ‘‘(5.3)’’ and ‘‘(1.7)’’ respectively; 12. On page 46856, in Table V.10— Manufacturer Impact Analysis for GSILs—Technology Specific Markup Scenario, replace the value ‘‘(3.7)’’ in the column headed ‘‘TSL 1’’ with ‘‘(3.9)’’; 13. On page 46856 in the 1st column, correct the 1st sentence of the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘At TSL 1, DOE estimates that impacts on INPV will range from ¥$5.3 million to ¥$3.9 million, or a change in INPV of ¥1.7 to ¥1.2 percent.’’; 14. On page 46858, in the 1st column, correct the 1st sentence in the 5th paragraph to read: VerDate Sep<11>2014 15:54 Sep 23, 2019 Jkt 247001 ‘‘Under the consumer choice analysis, the NPV of consumer benefits at TSL 1 would be $2.241 billion using a discount rate of 7 percent, and $4.171 billion using a discount rate of 3 percent.’’; and 15. On page 46858 in the 2nd column, correct the 4th sentence of the 1st paragraph to read: ‘‘At TSL 1, DOE estimates that INPV will decrease between $5.3 million to $3.9 million, or a decrease in INPV of 1.7 to 1.2 percent.’’ Procedural Issues and Regulatory Review DOE has concluded that the initial determinations made pursuant to the various procedural requirements applicable to the September 2019 NOPD remain unchanged for this NOPD technical correction. These initial determinations are set forth in the September 2019 NOPD. 84 FR 46830, 46858–46860. Signed in Washington, DC, on September 10, 2019. Alexander N. Fitzsimmons, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary For Energy Efficiency, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. [FR Doc. 2019–20399 Filed 9–23–19; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6450–01–P LIBRARY OF CONGRESS U.S. Copyright Office 37 CFR Part 210 [Docket No. 2019–5] Music Modernization Act Implementing Regulations for the Blanket License for Digital Uses and Mechanical Licensing Collective U.S. Copyright Office, Library of Congress. ACTION: Notification of inquiry. AGENCY: The U.S. Copyright Office is issuing a notification of inquiry regarding the Musical Works Modernization Act, title I of the Orrin G. Hatch–Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act. Title I establishes a blanket compulsory license, which digital music providers may obtain to make and deliver digital phonorecords of musical works. The blanket license, which will be administered by a mechanical licensing collective, will become available on January 1, 2021. 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[Federal Register Volume 84, Number 185 (Tuesday, September 24, 2019)]
[Proposed Rules]
[Pages 49965-49966]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2019-20399]


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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

10 CFR Part 430

[EERE-2019-BT-STD-0022]
RIN 1904-AE76


Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for 
General Service Incandescent Lamps; Correction

AGENCY: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of 
Energy.

ACTION: Notice of proposed determination and request for comment; 
correction.

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SUMMARY: On September 5, 2019, the U.S. Department of Energy (``DOE'') 
published a notice of proposed determination (``NOPD'') initially 
determining that energy conservation standards for general service 
incandescent lamps (``GSILs'') do not need to be amended (hereafter the 
``September 2019 NOPD''). This correction addresses typographical 
errors that appear in the September 2019 NOPD. This document corrects 
values listed in Tables V.4, V.7, V.9, and V.10, and corrects 
duplicative numbering of tables and reference to those tables. Neither 
the errors nor the corrections in this document affect the substance of 
the rulemaking or any initial conclusions reached in support of the 
NOPD.

DATES: This document is published on September 24, 2019.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: 
    Ms. Lucy deButts, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy 
Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Building Technologies Office, EE-5B, 
1000 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20585-0121. Email: 
[email protected].
    Ms. Celia Sher, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of the General 
Counsel, GC-33, 1000 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20585-0121. 
Telephone: (202) 287-6122. Email: [email protected].

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In support of the September 2019 NOPD and 
the proposed determination that energy conservation standards for GSILs 
do not need to be amended, DOE conducted a shipments analysis, a life-
cycle cost (``LCC'') analysis, a national impact analysis (``NIA''), 
and a manufacturer impact analysis (``MIA''). DOE displayed certain 
results of the LCC analysis in Table V.4, certain results of the NIA in 
Table V.7, and certain results of the MIA in Tables V.9 and V.10. There 
are typographical errors in these tables and the discussion of these 
tables. All these corrections result in minor differences to the 
magnitude of the values changed and do not impact the proposed 
determination presented in the document. For the shipments analysis 
correction, the value changes by 2.2 percent; for the LCC analysis 
correction, the value changes by 0.13 percent; for the NIA corrections, 
the values change between 0.04 and 0.05 percent; and for the MIA 
corrections, the values change between 5 and 6 percent. The NOPD also 
assigned duplicative table numbers to two sets of tables, which may 
result in confusion when referencing the tables. This document 
identifies and corrects these typographical errors.

Correction

    In the Federal Register published on September 5, 2019 (84 FR 
46830), in FR Doc. 2019-18941, the following corrections are made:
    1. On page 46848, in the 1st column, correct the 4th sentence in 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``In the scenario with substitution, fitting the NEMA data to the 
widely used Bass model for the market adoption of new technology \35\ 
suggests that, even in the absence of Federal regulation, LED lamps 
will have captured a significant majority of the GSL market by 2023 
(79.5 percent of the residential market and 94.2 percent of the 
commercial market).'';
    2. On page 46849, replace the table heading ``Table IV.12--Summary 
of Inputs and Methods for the National Impact Analysis'' with ``Table 
IV.13--Summary of Inputs and Methods for the National Impact 
Analysis'';
    3. On page 46849, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in 
the 2nd paragraph to read:
    ``Table IV.13 summarizes the inputs and methods DOE used for the 
NIA analysis for the NOPD.'';
    4. On page 46853, in Table V.4--Average Annualized LCC Savings 
Results by Trial Standard Level-LCC with Substitution-Continued, 
replace the value ``0.43'' in the column headed ``Percent of consumers 
that experience net cost'' with ``0.3'';
    5. On page 46853, replace the table heading ``Table V.4--Cumulative

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National Energy Savings for GSILs and GSIL alternatives; 30 Years of 
Shipments (2023-2052)'' with ``Table V.5--Cumulative National Energy 
Savings for GSILs and GSIL alternatives; 30 Years of Shipments (2023-
2052)'';
    6. On page 46853, in the 3rd column, correct the 3rd sentence in 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``Table V.5 presents DOE's projections of the NES for each TSL 
considered for GSILs, as well as considered GSIL alternatives.'';
    7. On page 46853, in the 3rd column, correct the 5th sentence in 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``In addition to GSIL energy savings, Table V.5 illustrates the 
increased energy consumption of consumers who transition to out-of-
scope lamps, including CFL, LED, and incandescent alternatives, because 
more consumers purchase these lamps at TSL 1 relative to the no-
standards case.'';
    8. On page 46854, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``The NES sensitivity analysis results based on a 9-year analytical 
period are presented in Table V.6.'';
    9. On page 46854, in Table V.7--Cumulative Net Present Value of 
Quantifiable Consumer Benefits for GSILs and GSIL Alternatives; 30 
Years of Shipments (2023-2052), replace the values ``5.436'' and 
``4.173'' in the column headed ``TSL 1'' with ``5.434'' and ``4.171'' 
respectively;
    10. On page 46855, in the 3rd column, correct the 1st sentence in 
the 3rd paragraph to read:
    ``Table V.9 and Table V.10 present the results of the industry cash 
flow analysis for GSIL manufacturers under the preservation of gross 
margin and the technology specific markup scenarios.'';
    11. On page 46855, in Table V.9--Manufacturer Impact Analysis for 
GSILs--Preservation of Gross Margin Markup Scenario, replace the values 
``(5.0)'' and ``(1.6)'' in the column headed ``TSL 1'' with ``(5.3)'' 
and ``(1.7)'' respectively;
    12. On page 46856, in Table V.10--Manufacturer Impact Analysis for 
GSILs--Technology Specific Markup Scenario, replace the value ``(3.7)'' 
in the column headed ``TSL 1'' with ``(3.9)'';
    13. On page 46856 in the 1st column, correct the 1st sentence of 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``At TSL 1, DOE estimates that impacts on INPV will range from -
$5.3 million to -$3.9 million, or a change in INPV of -1.7 to -1.2 
percent.'';
    14. On page 46858, in the 1st column, correct the 1st sentence in 
the 5th paragraph to read:
    ``Under the consumer choice analysis, the NPV of consumer benefits 
at TSL 1 would be $2.241 billion using a discount rate of 7 percent, 
and $4.171 billion using a discount rate of 3 percent.''; and
    15. On page 46858 in the 2nd column, correct the 4th sentence of 
the 1st paragraph to read:
    ``At TSL 1, DOE estimates that INPV will decrease between $5.3 
million to $3.9 million, or a decrease in INPV of 1.7 to 1.2 percent.''

Procedural Issues and Regulatory Review

    DOE has concluded that the initial determinations made pursuant to 
the various procedural requirements applicable to the September 2019 
NOPD remain unchanged for this NOPD technical correction. These initial 
determinations are set forth in the September 2019 NOPD. 84 FR 46830, 
46858-46860.

    Signed in Washington, DC, on September 10, 2019.
Alexander N. Fitzsimmons,
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary For Energy Efficiency, Energy 
Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
[FR Doc. 2019-20399 Filed 9-23-19; 8:45 am]
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