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State of Oregon Residential Energy Tax Credits

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC)
You can get a credit on your Oregon income taxes for purchasing energy-efficient HVAC systems for your home:Central air conditionersDuctless heat pumpsDuct Sealing and testingFurnaces, boilers and air handlersGeothermal heat pumpsHeat pumpsHeat recovery and energy recovery ventilation equipmentWood and pellet stoves The Oregon Department of Energy requires the performance of all systems to be verified using the Check Me or Performance Tested Comfort System (PTCS) test procedure. You are eligable for a separate tax credit based on the cost of the test and any needed repairs.

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Midstate Electric: $1400 for Qualifying Heat Pumps, $500 for Heat Pump Replacement, and $800-$1200 for Ductless Heat Pumps

There is a cash discount of $1,200 -$2,000 on the cost of the heat pump depending on the efficiency of the heat pump and where the ducts are located. Both new and existing homes cn qualify. New electric furnaces without heat pumps can qualify for a $400 credit if the ducts are sealed and tested and run outside of the homes heated space

Energy Trust of Oregon offers some of the most generous cash incentives to residential customers in Central Oregon. If you are a Cascade Natural Gas, NW Natural Gas or Pacific Power customer, you are eligable for Energy Trust of Oregon Energy Efficient upgrade incentives. We’re Certified!

System TonsBTU per hour outputEst. SavingsTax Credit Amt
3 ton & underLess than 40,0001,000 kWh$600
4 ton40,000 – 49,9991,165 kWh$700
5 ton50,000 – 64,9991,335 kWh$800
6 ton and over65,000 and over1,500 kWh$900