Energy conservation projects with less than $20,000 in qualified costs may be eligible for a tax credit.
About $2 million in tax credits are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for projects that meet certain requirements.
Note: EIP tax credit programs are scheduled to sunset at the end of tax year 2017, which means final applications for some projects may be due as early as December 31, 2017.
What projects qualify?
Tax credits are awarded for projects that help conserve energy, including commercial lighting, heating and cooling improvements, high performance homebuilding, and more. See the technologies list below.
Am I eligible?
Individuals, businesses, nonprofits,
tribes, or other organizations in Oregon are eligible to apply. Eligible conservation projects must be completed at a business or residential rental property located in Oregon.
How much is the tax credit?
Tax credits are awarded up to $7,000, not to exceed 35 percent of the project's eligible costs.
How to Apply
- Before beginning construction/installation, read the current offering (when available) and the technical specifications for your project type.
- Before construction/installation, fill out the informational filing form (when available) and mail it with a $75 fee.
- After submitting the informational filing form, begin construction/installation.
- ODOE will send you an informational filing acknowledgement.
- After receiving ODOE acknowledgement and completing your project, fill out the final application below and mail it along with the fee that is based on the qualifying project cost.
We are no longer accepting informational filings for the 2016/2017 Small Premium Project offering
. Final applications are due by the end of tax year 2017, which for some projects may be as early as December 31, 2017.
Small Premium Project Technologies