Renewable projects in Oregon will use at least $218 million of the $300 million in Business Energy Tax Credits established by the 2010 Legislative Special Session.
11 projects have already been certified, and a tiered system of applications will decide the rest of the allocation.
In total, Department of Energy has set aside BETC funds for approximately $83 million in solar electric projects, $51 million for wind projects, $35 million for biomass and $28 million for hydro projects...
“The numbers show that the renewable program is working and quality projects are moving forward,” said Mark Long, Oregon Department of Energy’s director in a release. Long will be replaced as director of the department later this month when Bob Repine takes over the job.
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