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Oregon Department of Energy (ODE)
The Oregon Department of Energy issues rebates to incentivize energy efficient rebuilding following the 2020 Labor Day wildfires that destroyed more than 5,000 structures across the state. Building owners can receive incentives to rebuild structures to current building code or above code. Incentives ranging from $3,000 to $18,000 are available to owners who have already rebuilt, are rebuilding now, or are planning to start rebuilding by June 2023. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements and complete the local jurisdiction building permit process to qualify. Lower-income applicants are eligible for higher incentive amounts.
The funding for the program comes from State General Fund. This report covers rebates that were issued for the program as of June 30, 2022.
The Oregon Department of Energy's Solar + Storage Rebate Program offers rebates for solar and solar with paired storage projects. For residential projects, the maximum rebate is $5,000 for a solar electric system and $2,500 for an energy storage system. For low-income service providers, the caps are $30,000 for solar electric and $15,000 for an energy storage system. Rebates may cover up to 40 percent of the net cost for a residential system installed for a customer that is not considered low- or moderate-income, up to 60 percent of net cost for a low- or moderate-income customer, and up to 50 percent for a low-income service provider.
The funding for the program comes from State General Fund. Rebates recipients are the solar contractors who install the system(s), as reflected in the data set. Contractors pass the savings on to their customers. This report covers rebates that were issued for the program as of June 30, 2022.
* Tax credits offered through the transportation program could go to fleets for projects that replaced or modified two or more vehicles to use alternative fuels, or to projects that installed or constructed a facility for mixing, storing, compressing, or dispensing fuels for alternative fuel vehicles, including electric charging, compressed natural gas, and propane fueling stations.
Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA)
Bovine Manure Tax Credit (Sections 6 through 11 of HB 2066) requires ODA to administer tax credit certifications to qualified bovine manure producers or collectors that produce biofuels. This program sunsetted on January 1, 2022 and is no longer available.
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