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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

Click the icon or the program name to learn more. 

Oregon Solar + Storage Rebate Program

Funds solar and solar with paired storage systems for homeowners and for organizations that serve people with low or moderate incomes (low-income service providers).
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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. 
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​Heat Pum​p Incentive Programs

The Community Heat Pump Deployment Program began recruiting eligible Regional Ad​ministrators to roll out programs across the state.​

The Oregon Rental Homes Heat Pump Program​ offers rebates for installing heat pumps and related upgrades in rental dwellings and manufactured homes or recreational vehicles in a rented space.  

Download our heat pump​ programs flyer: English | Español

In 2022, ODOE provided $2 million in funding 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. ​​
Rural & Agricultural Energy Assistance 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, and check out our Incentives and Programs ​by the Numbers for 2023​.

Federal Incentive Programs

ODOE expects to have new programs on the horizon thanks to the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act. Learn ​more about the opportunities we are tracking​. ​

Specific 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 . ​