Energy in Oregon

One-third of Oregon's energy use comes from transportation: personal cars, fleets, shipments, and more.
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The transportation industry moves people and goods throughout the state of Oregon. In some cases we are the starting point or the destination; other times, people or goods are just passing through.

Transportation - by air, water, rail, or road - is one of the largest contributors of greenhouse gas emissions. At ODOE, our work focuses on increasing the use of alternative fuels like electricity and biofuels, supporting zero-emission vehicle technology, and implementing policies that decrease carbon emissions.

We also offer tax credits for Oregon individuals and organizations investing in alternative fuel infrastructure or fleets. 


Learn more about our work:

Resources
Government & Business Fleets​


Related Links
Oregon Department of Transportation​

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