Tax credits are calculated at 25% of the purchase price of the equipment up to the maximum amount listed for each model.
- An asterisk (*) in the model numbers below means that any character may appear in that position. Additional characters may appear before or after those listed.
- EF is Energy Factor and is the number of loads that can be washed per kilowatt hour of electricity. Higher EFs are more energy efficient. To qualify, models must have a minimum EF of 0.75.
If the model number of your equipment is not listed, your equipment may NOT qualify for a state tax credit. If you believe your equipment meets the performance standards but does not appear on this list, please email us.
If your model is listed and was purchased prior to 2012, you can fill out the Application Form (PDF) and mail/fax it to us along with a copy of your receipt.
Disclaimer of Liability
This list is provided for the consumer’s convenience to help identify appliances that are eligible for a tax credit. Manufacturers product offerings are constantly changing, therefore this list is not necessarily complete or up to date. Errors in listings can also occur. The consumer is responsible for verifying that the appliance meets the Oregon Residential Energy Tax Credit rules by either checking the product specification sheet or contacting the manufacturer or retailer.
Please click the following link to view a copy of the Oregon Residential Energy Tax Credit rules /ENERGY/CONS/RES/tax/docs/Rulemaking/RETC_Rules_122210.pdf (effective January 1, 2011)
For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Energy at 503-378-4040 or toll-free in Oregon at 1-800-221-8035 or e-mail us at mailto:email@example.com?Subject=Dishwasher not listed
The Oregon legislature has passed House Bill 3672, which changes the Oregon Department of Energy’s tax credit programs. The RETC program is extended by HB 3672 to January 1, 2018, except for the alternative fuel vehicle credit (including electric vehicles) which retains its existing sunset of January 1, 2012. Amendments to the program are effective beginning January 1, 2012. HB 3672 eliminates dishwashers, clothes washers, refrigerators, plus air conditioners and boilers.