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TITLE 48
MONOPOLIES AND TRADE PRACTICES
CHAPTER 18
RESIDENTIAL SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM DISCLOSURE ACT
48-1802.  definitions. As used in this chapter:
(1)  "Consumer" means a person who, for primarily personal, family, or household purposes:
(a)  Purchases a residential solar energy system under a solar agreement; or
(b)  Leases a residential solar energy system under a system lease agreement.
(2)  "Residential solar energy system" means a solar energy system that:
(a)  Is installed on or in real property in the state of Idaho;
(b)  Generates electricity primarily for on-site consumption for primarily personal, family, or household purposes; and
(c)  Has an electricity delivery capacity that exceeds one (1) kilowatt.
(3)  "Solar agreement" means a system purchase agreement or a system lease agreement.
(4)  "Solar energy system" means a system or configuration of energy devices that collects and uses solar energy to generate electricity to be used by a consumer.
(5)  "Solar retailer" means a person who:
(a)  Sells or proposes to sell a residential solar energy system to a consumer under a system purchase agreement; or
(b)  Owns the residential solar energy system that is the subject of a system lease agreement or proposed system lease agreement.
(6)  "System lease agreement" means an agreement:
(a)  Under which a consumer leases a residential solar energy system from a solar retailer; and
(b)  That provides for the consumer to make payments over a term for the lease of the residential solar energy system.
(7)  "System purchase agreement" means an agreement under which a consumer purchases a residential solar energy system, or the energy created from a residential solar energy system, from a solar retailer either outright or through installment payments.

History:
[48-1802, added 2019, ch. 267, sec. 1, p. 781.]


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