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41-1510. Solar energy advisory council; members; vacancies; appointment; compensation; meetings; duties; definition

A. There is established a solar energy advisory council consisting of the following members:

1. The chairman of the Arizona power authority.

2. A member of the faculty at Arizona state university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

3. A member of the faculty at the university of Arizona, who shall be appointed by the governor.

4. A member of the faculty at northern Arizona university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

5. Eleven additional persons who are appointed by the governor and who shall either be knowledgeable of specific solar energy technologies or representatives of private industry involved in the application of solar energy to commercial, industrial or residential use.

6. The president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives or their representatives shall be advisory members.

B. Appointments shall be made for terms of three years. Members appointed pursuant to subsection A, paragraphs 2 through 5 of this section shall serve at the pleasure of the governor.

C. Members of the council serving by virtue of their office shall serve without compensation. Appointed members are eligible to receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611 for each day of attendance at meetings.

D. The chairman of the council shall be selected by the governor from among the members.

E. The council shall meet upon call of the chairman.

F. The council shall:

1. Assist and advise the director on matters relating to the development and use of solar energy and other renewable energy resources including recommendations for the utilization or disbursements of federal and state funds for solar purposes.

2. Encourage efforts by research institutions, local government institutions and home builders in obtaining technical and financial support from the federal government for their activities in solar and advanced alternate energy systems.

3. Identify and describe the solar energy technologies that are feasible and practical in terms of short-term application of retrofit, new construction and conservation projects within five years.

4. Identify and describe long-range programs that are feasible and require significant technological development. Programs having similar technological gradients shall be formulated to encompass the period of time from the present through the year 2020.

5. Encourage the cooperation and direct involvement of academic, business, professional and industrial sectors that are determined to have special expertise or knowledge of solar energy technology.

6. Make recommendations to the director on standards, codes, certifications and other programs necessary for the orderly and rapid commercialization and growth of solar energy use in this state for consideration by the appropriate jurisdictional bodies.

G. For the purposes of this section, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the council at meetings of the council but who is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

H. No member of the commission shall obtain any pecuniary or proprietary interest from any decision of the commission, either direct or indirect, except a remote interest as defined in section 38-502, paragraph 10.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1510

41-1510. Solar energy advisory council; members; vacancies; appointment; compensation; meetings; duties; definition

A. There is established a solar energy advisory council consisting of the following members:

1. The chairman of the Arizona power authority.

2. A member of the faculty at Arizona state university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

3. A member of the faculty at the university of Arizona, who shall be appointed by the governor.

4. A member of the faculty at northern Arizona university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

5. Eleven additional persons who are appointed by the governor and who shall either be knowledgeable of specific solar energy technologies or representatives of private industry involved in the application of solar energy to commercial, industrial or residential use.

6. The president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives or their representatives shall be advisory members.

B. Appointments shall be made for terms of three years. Members appointed pursuant to subsection A, paragraphs 2 through 5 of this section shall serve at the pleasure of the governor.

C. Members of the council serving by virtue of their office shall serve without compensation. Appointed members are eligible to receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611 for each day of attendance at meetings.

D. The chairman of the council shall be selected by the governor from among the members.

E. The council shall meet upon call of the chairman.

F. The council shall:

1. Assist and advise the director on matters relating to the development and use of solar energy and other renewable energy resources including recommendations for the utilization or disbursements of federal and state funds for solar purposes.

2. Encourage efforts by research institutions, local government institutions and home builders in obtaining technical and financial support from the federal government for their activities in solar and advanced alternate energy systems.

3. Identify and describe the solar energy technologies that are feasible and practical in terms of short-term application of retrofit, new construction and conservation projects within five years.

4. Identify and describe long-range programs that are feasible and require significant technological development. Programs having similar technological gradients shall be formulated to encompass the period of time from the present through the year 2020.

5. Encourage the cooperation and direct involvement of academic, business, professional and industrial sectors that are determined to have special expertise or knowledge of solar energy technology.

6. Make recommendations to the director on standards, codes, certifications and other programs necessary for the orderly and rapid commercialization and growth of solar energy use in this state for consideration by the appropriate jurisdictional bodies.

G. For the purposes of this section, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the council at meetings of the council but who is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

H. No member of the commission shall obtain any pecuniary or proprietary interest from any decision of the commission, either direct or indirect, except a remote interest as defined in section 38-502, paragraph 10.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1510

41-1510. Solar energy advisory council; members; vacancies; appointment; compensation; meetings; duties; definition

A. There is established a solar energy advisory council consisting of the following members:

1. The chairman of the Arizona power authority.

2. A member of the faculty at Arizona state university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

3. A member of the faculty at the university of Arizona, who shall be appointed by the governor.

4. A member of the faculty at northern Arizona university, who shall be appointed by the governor.

5. Eleven additional persons who are appointed by the governor and who shall either be knowledgeable of specific solar energy technologies or representatives of private industry involved in the application of solar energy to commercial, industrial or residential use.

6. The president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives or their representatives shall be advisory members.

B. Appointments shall be made for terms of three years. Members appointed pursuant to subsection A, paragraphs 2 through 5 of this section shall serve at the pleasure of the governor.

C. Members of the council serving by virtue of their office shall serve without compensation. Appointed members are eligible to receive compensation as determined pursuant to section 38-611 for each day of attendance at meetings.

D. The chairman of the council shall be selected by the governor from among the members.

E. The council shall meet upon call of the chairman.

F. The council shall:

1. Assist and advise the director on matters relating to the development and use of solar energy and other renewable energy resources including recommendations for the utilization or disbursements of federal and state funds for solar purposes.

2. Encourage efforts by research institutions, local government institutions and home builders in obtaining technical and financial support from the federal government for their activities in solar and advanced alternate energy systems.

3. Identify and describe the solar energy technologies that are feasible and practical in terms of short-term application of retrofit, new construction and conservation projects within five years.

4. Identify and describe long-range programs that are feasible and require significant technological development. Programs having similar technological gradients shall be formulated to encompass the period of time from the present through the year 2020.

5. Encourage the cooperation and direct involvement of academic, business, professional and industrial sectors that are determined to have special expertise or knowledge of solar energy technology.

6. Make recommendations to the director on standards, codes, certifications and other programs necessary for the orderly and rapid commercialization and growth of solar energy use in this state for consideration by the appropriate jurisdictional bodies.

G. For the purposes of this section, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the council at meetings of the council but who is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

H. No member of the commission shall obtain any pecuniary or proprietary interest from any decision of the commission, either direct or indirect, except a remote interest as defined in section 38-502, paragraph 10.

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