(1)Each utility shall submit for review and approval its commercial energy conservation services program to the Director within 180 days of the effective date of these rules.
(2)Each utility shall describe how it will ensure that personnel are qualified to conduct energy audits. The description shall include at least the utility’s minimum requirements for training, education or equivalent experience of auditors and specialists. If consultants will be employed to provide energy audit services the utility shall identify the consulting firm(s) and present sufficient information to support the qualifications of the firms to do energy conservation analyses.
(3)Each utility shall provide to the Director a copy of the training program for energy auditors and energy specialists.
(4)Each utility shall submit to the Director a copy of the data collection form, a description of analysis procedures and report forms.
(5)Each utility shall offer its program within 60 days of its program being approved. Each customer who requests an audit shall receive a report describing the results of the audit performed under OAR 330-066-0015 (Commercial Energy Conservation Services Programs)(6) within 120 days of the request for services. A utility may request an extension of this time requirement if program start-up causes delays in the first year of program implementation.
Rule 330-066-0035 — Implementation Schedules,