§481B-6 Sale of solar energy devices; disclosure requirements. (a) No person shall advertise, offer to sell, or sell a solar energy device unless the person clearly discloses separately the following information concerning the sale price of the solar energy device to the consumer:
(1) The cost of the solar energy device and accessories related to the operation of the solar energy device and for their installation; and
(2) The cost of items unrelated to the operation of the solar energy device, including but not limited to, "free gifts", offers to pay electric bills, rebates, and other incentives designed to promote the sale of the solar device.
(b) As used in this section, "solar energy device" means any new identifiable facility, equipment, apparatus, or the like which makes use of solar energy for heating, cooling, or reducing the use of other types of energy dependent upon fossil fuel for its generation. [L 1980, c 177, §1; am L 1996, c 59, §5; am L 2008, c 19, §15]