Oregon Data

Close
Author
Colin Lancaster
Description
The Oregon Department of Energy’s Energy Incentive Program issued tax credits to Oregon businesses, public agencies, and nonprofits that invested in energy conservation or transportation projects. The Energy Incentive Program tax credits ended (sunset) at the end of the 2017 tax year, which was dependent on the applicants’ tax year. While the program sunset in 2017 and is no longer accepting applications, reporting will continue until projects with multi-year tax credits/recertification’s are complete. This report covers July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2022. Withdrawn, Denied, Inactive, and Expired projects are excluded. Notes: *The report shows tax credits issued & may differ from tax credits allowed due to rounding. * Commercial conservation projects with project costs under $20,000 were administered under the Small Premium Projects (SPP) program. For SPP projects, ODOE used predetermined tax credit amounts based on a project's anticipated energy savings, up to a maximum credit of $7,000 per project. The tax credit could not exceed 35 percent of the certified costs. * Commercial, agricultural, and industrial conservation projects with project costs greater than $20,000 were administered through a competitive process. * 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. For more information visit the Oregon Department of Energy website. https://www.oregon.gov/energy/Incentives/Pages/default.aspx
Category
Revenue & Expense
Tags
eip, energy incentive, energy, department of energy, tax credits, sunset
Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Data Provided By
Oregon Department of Energy
License
Public Domain U.S. Government
This view cannot be displayed
This view is currently private. You can preview it, but you will need to make it public before people will be able to see it.
Size
  • 500x425

  • 760x646

  • 950x808

Custom Size

425x425 is the minimum size

The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

API Endpoint:

Field Names:

Agency Issuing Tax Expenditure
agency_issuing_tax_expenditure
Final Year
final_year
Date Final Certificate
date_final_certificate
Contact Name
contact_name
Applicant Business Name
applicant_business_name
Site Address
site_address
Site City
site_city
Site Zip Code
site_zip_code
Site County
site_county
Project Type
project_type
Program
program
System Type
system_type
Nominal Capacity (Peak Rated Output)
nominal_capacity_peak_rated
kWh Production per year
kwh_production_per_year
kWh Savings
kwh_savings
Therm Savings
therm_savings
Propane Savings
propane_savings
Gasoline Gallons Saved/Displaced
gasoline_gallons_saved
Diesel Gallons Saved/Displaced
diesel_gallons_saved_displaced
Total Energy Saved & Displaced in Million Btu
total_energy_saved_displaced
Project Cost
project_cost
Final Tax Credit or Grant Award
final_tax_credit_or_grant
Application #
application
Data Source
data_source
Status
status

Use OData to open the dataset in tools like Excel or Tableau. This provides a direct connection to the data that can be refreshed on-demand within the connected application.

Socrata OData documentation

Tableau users should select the OData v2 endpoint option.

OData V4 Endpoint:

OData V2 Endpoint:

You are viewing a mobile version of this dataset. To access the full dataset, tap here.