Who has legal title to a dwelling, including the mortgagor under a duly recorded mortgage of real property, the trustor under a duly recorded deed of trust or a purchaser under a duly recorded contract for the purchase of real property; and
Whose dwelling receives space heating primarily from a fuel oil dealer.
Energy conservation items includes but is not limited to air sealing, weatherstripping, ceiling and wall insulation, crawl space insulation, vapor barrier materials, programmable thermostats, insulation of heating ducts and water pipes in unheated spaces, and replacement windows.
(a) Energy conservation measures includes the installation of energy conservation items and the energy conservation items installed, where the items are primarily designed to improve the space heating and energy utilization efficiency of a dwelling.
Energy conservation measures does not include the dwelling owners own labor.
Fuel oil dealer means a person, association, corporation or other form of organization that supplies fuel oil at retail for the space heating of dwellings.
Person means an individual, partnership, joint venture, private or public corporation, association, firm, public service company, political subdivision, municipal corporation, government agency, peoples utility district, or any other entity, public or private, however organized.
Petroleum supplier means a petroleum refiner in this state or any person engaged in the wholesale distribution of distillate fuel oil in this state.
Residential customer means a dwelling owner or tenant who is billed by a fuel oil dealer for fuel oil service received at the dwelling.
Space heating means the heating of living space within a dwelling.
Tenant means a tenant as defined in ORS 90.100 (Definitions) or any other tenant. [Formerly 469.673; 2019 c.422 §32]Note: 456.594 (Definitions) to 456.599 (Rules) were enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but were not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 456 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.