August 2007
Oregon Business Magazine;Aug2007, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p43
The article focuses on the offer of business energy tax credits by the state government of Oregon to encourage energy efficiency. Businesses can apply for tax credits for both existing buildings and new construction projects. The credit aims to remove barriers for businesses by given them that extra incentive to make the switch.


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