Submissions for preliminary certification
- • alteration, conditions, suspension or denial of preliminary certification
(1) The Director of the State Department of Energy may require an applicant for certification of a transportation project to submit plans, specifications and contract terms, and after examination of the plans, specifications and terms may request corrections and revisions.
(2) If the director determines that the project is technically feasible and should operate in accordance with the representations made by the applicant, and is in accordance with the provisions of ORS 469B.320 (Definitions for ORS 315.336 and 469B.320 to 469B.347) to 469B.347 (Policies and procedures) and any applicable rules or standards adopted by the director, the director may issue a preliminary certificate approving the acquisition or performance of the project. The certificate shall indicate the potential amount of tax credit allowable and shall list any conditions for claiming the credit.
(3) In accordance with ORS chapter 183, the director may issue an order altering, conditioning, suspending or denying preliminary certification if the director determines that:
(a) The project does not comply with the provisions of ORS 469B.320 (Definitions for ORS 315.336 and 469B.320 to 469B.347) to 469B.347 (Policies and procedures) and applicable rules and standards;
(b) The applicant has previously received preliminary or final certification for the project;
(c) The applicant was directly involved in an act for which the director has levied civil penalties or revoked, canceled or suspended any certification under ORS 469B.130 (Definitions for ORS 469B.130 to 469B.169 and 469B.171) to 469B.169 (Suspension or revocation of certificate) or 469B.320 (Definitions for ORS 315.336 and 469B.320 to 469B.347) to 469B.347 (Policies and procedures); or
(d) The applicant or the principal, director, officer, owner, majority shareholder or member of the applicant, or the manager of the applicant if the applicant is a limited liability company, is in arrears for payments owed to any government agency while in any capacity with direct or indirect control over a business. [2011 c.730 §59]
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