Tax-Credits & Incentives

States - Oregon

Oregon provides one of the most complex tax credits for wood and pellet stoves in the country. The credit provides a maximum of $1,500 but the typical credit will likely be between $144 and $700. If the manufacturer of the stove has not provided the EPA with a actual, measured efficiency, the tax credit is $144 for non-catalytic stoves, $216 for catalytic and $288 for pellet stoves. As of Jan. 1, 2014, manufacturers had reported actual efficiencies for 19 stoves and those 19 stoves receive far larger tax credits based on their actual efficiency. For more information about which stoves have actual efficiencies, click here. Oregon state capitol

In addition to determining if your stove has an actual measured efficiency, the stove must be

  1. Installed in an Oregon residence
  2. Be installed with dedicated outside air
  3. Be listed on the EPA certified wood stove list and
  4. Emit no more than 3.5 grams per hour for a non-catalytic stove, or no more than 2.5 grams an hour for a catalytic or pellet stove.
For more information on the stove tax credit go here:

Oregon also provides an additional minor incentive with a $10 tax credit per cord of dry wood or ton of pellets purchased each year.

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