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Energy Incentives Program Transportation Projects Information

The state caps transportation project tax credits at a total of $20 million for the current biennium, ending June 30, 2015. Most transit services and alternative fuel vehicle infrastructure (AFVI) qualify for transportation incentives, which ODOE divides between these two programs. Project applicants can apply for a maximum credit of up to 35 percent of eligible project costs.  

Alternative fuel vehicle infrastructures include projects such as electric vehicle charging, blender pump and compressed natural gas systems. 

Transit services must offer regular public transportation, but cannot include school bus, charter or intercity passenger rail transportation. These services must also demonstrate an energy savings of at least 10 percent. 

Application process:

  • ODOE posts an Opportunity Announcement which includes:
    • The tax credit dollars available,
    • The time period for applying,
    • The documentation, and
    • The technical requirements needed.
  • 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

Forms / Applications:

Reporting Guidelines

Final Application


Pass-Through Information

Amendment Application