Information on energy conservation to be furnished by certain utilities
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(1) As used in this section, “energy conservation services” means services provided by public utilities to educate and inform customers and the public about energy conservation. Such services include but are not limited to providing answers to questions concerning energy saving devices and providing inspections and making suggestions concerning the construction and siting of buildings and residences.
(2) All public utilities as defined in ORS 757.005 (Definition of public utility), that produce, transmit, deliver or furnish heat, light or power shall establish energy conservation services and shall provide energy conservation information to customers and to the public. The services shall be performed in accordance with such rules as the Public Utility Commission may prescribe. [1977 c.197 §2; 1977 c.887 §11]
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