Rick Wallace, Oregon Department of Energy

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Workplace Charging panelist at the EV Roadmap 6 conference, July 30th, 2013, Portland, OR

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Rick Wallace, Oregon Department of Energy

  1. 1. Oregon Vehicle & Charger Policies & Incentives Rick Wallace Oregon Department of Energy Columbia Willamette Clean Cities Coalition
  2. 2. State Facility EV Charging Policy •SB 536 A state agency may install or have installed devices or facilities that deliver electricity to the public for motor vehicles Contract with a vendor that will make available services The agency may not subsidize the operations of a private entity or the cost of electricity Substantially exceed the costs to the state of making the electricity available to the public
  3. 3. • SB 583 Create a alternative vehicle revolving fund for public and tribal entities ODOE will establish by rule loan terms and interest rates Rates-Zero to market rate Terms-Max 6 years Program will try to leverage fuel savings to make vehicle payments Alternative fuel vehicles added to ODOE EIP incentive program Beginning January 1, 2015 Two or more vehicles, conversions or incremental cost of new 35 percent of eligible costs New State Funding Programs for Alt. Fuel Vehicles
  4. 4. Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit •Vehicle must have at least 4 wheels • That is propelled by significant extent by an electric motor • Draws electricity from a battery of at least 4 kWh • Capable of charging from an external source • Has a gross vehicle weight of under 14,000 lbs • Credit is $2,500 plus $417 per additional kWh above 4 kWh. The total amount of credit allowed is limited to $7,500 •Use IRS Form 8936
  5. 5. Qualified Plug-in Electric and Electric Vehicle Credit •For two or three wheeled electric vehicles with at least 2.5 kWh of battery • Low-speed 4 wheeled plug-in electric vehicles with at least 4 kWh of battery •That is propelled by significant extent by an electric motor • Credit is $2,500 or 10 percent of the cost, which ever is lowest •Use IRS Form 8834 Credit sunsets December 31, 2013
  6. 6. Charging System Incentives • Federal Credit • Business Credit is 30 percent of the cost up to $30,000 • Personal Credit is 30 percent of the cost up to $1,000 • Use IRS Form 8911 • If the purchaser is a tax exempt organization, government unit or a foreign person the seller can take the credit Credit sunsets December 31, 2013
  7. 7. Charging System Incentives • Oregon State Credit • Business Credit is 35 percent of the cost http://www.oregon.gov/energy/BUSINESS/Incentives/Pages/EIP- Trans.aspx • Personal Credit is 25 percent of the cost up to $750 http://www.oregon.gov/energy/TRANS/Pages/hybridcr.aspx
  8. 8. Want More Information Contact Me Rick Wallace Office # 503-378-3265 Rick.wallace@state.or.us

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