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EIP's Transportation Tax Credits

The state caps transportation tax credits at a total of $20 million for the biennium, ending June 30, 2017. Most alternative fuel vehicle infrastructure and fleet projects qualify for these incentives. Project applicants can apply for up to 35 percent of eligible project costs.

  1. Alternative fuel vehicle infrastructure projects are defined as a facility for mixing, storing, compressing or dispensing fuels for alternative fuel vehicles and any other necessary and reasonable equipment. These projects include electric vehicle charging, blender pump and compressed natural gas systems
  2. Alternative fuel vehicle​ fleet projects include new vehicle purchases that replace existing vehicles, conversion of existing vehicles, and Class 8 tractors that demonstrate a nexus with the State of Oregon. 

Application process:

  • ODOE posts an Opportunity Announcement which includes:
    • Tax credit dollars available,
    • Time period for applying,
    • Documentation, and
    • Technical requirements.
  • ODOE reviews applications through a formal process.
  • ODOE awards a preliminary certification and may inspect the project before granting final certification.
  • ODOE awards tax credits through the end of the opportunity period.

The tabs below direct you to each technology sectors informational page. Click on each tab to review the current forms, opportunity announcements and other useful information.

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure

Opportunity Announcement:
Please read the Opportunity Announcement before starting the application

Opportunity Announcement (Closed Sept. 30, 2016)
Forms / Applications:

Reporting Guidelines

Final Application


Pass-Through Information

Amendment Application