(a) Upon reasonable notice and at any reasonable time,
an inspector, employee or agent of the commission may enter premises
where an eligible installation has taken place, to verify compliance
with the requirements of the rebate or incentive program and/or commission
safety rules. The commission may perform such inspection prior to
approving payment of a rebate or incentive.
(b) Either in addition to or instead of verifying compliance
by inspection of premises where an eligible installation has taken
place, the commission may verify compliance by surveys or questionnaires
conducted by telephone, mail or electronic media. The commission may
direct the surveys or questionnaires for any particular eligible installation
to the dealer, the applicant or both.
(c) No rebate or incentive will be paid for any installation
found to be out of compliance. If an installation found to be out
of compliance is not brought into compliance within 30 days, the rebate
or incentive will be disallowed.
(d) If an installation is found not to be in compliance
after payment of a rebate or incentive, the applicant shall have 30
days to bring the installation into compliance. If the installation
is not brought into compliance at the end of 30 days, the applicant
shall refund the full amount of the rebate or incentive to the commission.
Source Note: The provisions of this §15.10 adopted to be effective December 16, 2013, 38 TexReg 9012