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​​​The Oregon Department of Energy helps Oregon individuals, businesses, nonprofits, tribes, and other organizations complete energy-saving and renewable energy projects.
​ODOE Financial and Incentive Programs

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Oregon Solar + Storage Rebate Program

Funds solar and solar with paired storage systems. ODOE is currently accepting rebate reservations.
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Energy Efficient Wildfire Rebuilding Incentive

Incentivizes energy efficient rebuilding of residential and commercial structures destroyed during the 2020 Labor Day wildfires. ODOE is currently accepting applications.
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​Heat Pum​p Incentive Programs

SB 1536 (passed in 2022) directed ODOE to develop a $10 million heat pump deployment program, create a $15 million grant/rebate program for heat pump installations by landlords, and fund a $2 million grant for a Community Cooling Center program.

The agency won't have time to get the deployment and rebate programs up and running before 2022's warmest months. But we'll be working to get the program launched as soon as possible, and we hope to get the $2 million in funding out the door in 2022 to support the Community Cooling Center program through Energy Trust of Oregon.
Community Renewable Energy Grant Program

Provides grants for planning and developing community renewable​ energy and energy resilience projects. ODOE opened four opportunity announcements for $12 million in funding in Spring 2022. Applications were due in July, with expected award announcements this fall.
Rural & Agricultural Energy Audit Program

Provides dollars for energy audits of rural small businesses and agricultural producers. ODOE is now accepting interest forms. 
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Download a flyer​ of all ODOE incentive programs.

Other​ Incentive Programs

Energy projects may also be eligible for other state and federal incentive programs:

Several ODOE incentive programs sunset (ended) at the end of 2017:

Other ODOE programs helped Oregonians complete energy projects:

If you purchase certain renewable energy or energy efficient devices, you may be eligible for rebates or incentives from other state, federal, or utility programs . ​
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