On December 27, 2020, it will continue to fulfill its obligations under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act in the affected states that use the 44 agreements currently underway, including the agreements recognized by Stiping III and the agreements to be implemented. in the context of the “Prototyp Programmatic Agreement between the United States Department of Energy, the State Energy Office and the State Historic Preservation Office regarding EECBG, SEP and WAP Enterprises”, which was designated by the ACHP on 8 February 2010, independently of the expiry clause of those agreements. However, if one of these agreements is denounced on its own terms, the DOE can no longer use it to fulfill its section 106 responsibilities in the state concerned. This will ensure continuity of the section 106 verification for companies covered by existing agreements and new ones that will be executed as part of the PA prototype. This program commentary does not modify or modify the provisions of the PA prototype or the 44 executed agreements, with the exception of their expiry clauses. As a result of the partnership with ACHP and the development and management of the PA prototype, DOE implemented internal and external training; recognized best management practices; and used DOE guidelines and guidelines to ensure that doe weather programs were properly implemented in accordance with Section 106. The PA prototype established performance and verification protocols that enabled grant programs to accelerate the weathering efforts of homes of many low-income people across the country and help communities fund energy efficiency, renewable energy, and weather projects for public buildings such as schools and courthouses. . . .