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    “No. 2 diesel fuel” means a distillate fuel oil that meets the specifications of ASTM Specification D975–07b.

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    “No. 2 distillate” means a petroleum distillate that can be used as either a diesel fuel or a fuel.

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    “No. 2 fuel oil” or “heating oil” means a distillate fuel oil that meets the specifications defined in ASTM D396-07.

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    “No. 4 fuel oil” means a distillate fuel oil made by blending distillate fuel oil and residual fuel oil stocks that conforms with ASTM Specification D396-07.

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    “Nitrous oxide” or “N2O” means a GHG consisting at the molecular level of two nitrogen atoms and a single oxygen atom.

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    “Nonconformance” means the failure to use the methods or emission factors specified in this article to calculate emissions, or the failure to meet any other requirements of the regulation.

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    “North American Industry Classification System” or “NAICS” means a standard for use by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the collection, analysis, and publication of statistical data related to the business economy of the United States.

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    “Null power” means any electricity produced by a renewable energy electricity generating facility from which a Western Renewable Energy Generation Information System (WREGIS) or a Nevada Tracks Renewable Energy Credits (NVTREC) certificate has been unbundled and sold separately.

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    “NVTREC” means Nevada Tracks Renewable Energy Credits.

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    “Operational control” for a facility subject to this article means the authority to introduce and implement operating, environmental, health and safety policies. In any circumstance where this authority is shared among multiple entities, the entity holding the permit to operate from the local air pollution control district or air quality management district is considered to have operational control for purposes of this article.

(140) "Operator" means the entity having operational control of a facility, or other entity, from which an emissions data report is required under this article. For purposes of reporting electricity transactions as required in section 95111 “operator” means a retail provider, marketer, or facility operator.

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