OAR 330-070-0040
Other Rules and Regulations


AEDs must comply with all state, federal and local laws and rules that apply.


The policy of the department is:


To accept the findings of local, state and federal agencies which license or permit projects to be built or run;


To avoid influencing any of those agencies to approve or deny a license or a permit; and


To provide facts from tax credit files to such agencies when asked.


Each applicant must:


Obtain each local, state, and federal permit and license that applies to a project;


Agree to comply with the express terms and conditions of each permit and license; and


Agree to comply with all state rules and laws that apply to the project.


System certification and tax-credit technician status are based on the applicant’s promise that each needed local, state and federal license and permit has been or will be obtained. Failure to obtain those approvals will cause the department certification or status approval to be revoked.


If any license or permit named in these rules does not apply to the project, the licensing or permitting agency must certify that the license or permit is not required. This does not apply to residential DHW, pool, spa and hot tub systems.


AED technicians must install all systems in compliance with the system manufacturer’s published specifications.


The department will assign an energy savings for all solar domestic water heating systems. For systems approved by the department that are not Solar Rating and Certification Corporation (SRCC) certified, the department will assign an energy savings based on requirements determined comparable to SRCC ratings.

Source: Rule 330-070-0040 — Other Rules and Regulations, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=330-070-0040.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 330-070-0040’s source at or​.us