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Solar Energy Installation in Oregon

The installation cost in Oregon ranges from $0 to $0.
Oregon residents who switch to solar may be eligible for federal and state tax credits, exemptions, and loans.
Most of the Oregon residents who switched to solar chose SolarWorld panels.
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Rebates and Savings

Oregon or residents who switch to solar are eligible for these local, state and federal tax programs.

Program NameProgram TypeAmount
Residential Renewable Energy Tax CreditTax Credit30% before 2020 26% during 2020 22% during 2021
Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Personal)Tax ExemptionFull rebate amount excluded from taxable income
New Homes Incentive ProgramRebate$200
Net MeteringUtility CreditExcess power credited to customer's next bill and rolled over monthly. Annual excess energy is credited to low-income accounts and absorbed for others.
Renewable Energy Systems ExemptionProperty Tax ExemptionTax exclusion for 100% of system appraisal
Residential Energy Tax CreditState Tax CreditUp to $1,500 tax credit
Solar Electric Incentive ProgramPerformance IncentiveVaries:PGE: $0.30/watt DC, up to $2,100 per home Pacific Power: $0.25/watt DC, up to $1,500 per home
Home Energy Solutions for Existing Homesother