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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I find the application for the residential renewable tax credit incentive?

The residential tax credit incentive application, which you may now upload through the website or send through traditional mail, can be found here.

I have questions about my residential renewable energy tax credit application. Who can I contact?

Denise Brems, OED’s Lead Program Coordinator, can answer questions. Email Denise.

How is the Office of Energy Development related to the Governor’s Office?

The Office of Energy Development is technically a part of the Governor’s Office, along with a handful of other offices like the Office of Economic Development and the Office of Management and Budget. OED Director Samantha Mary Julian reports directly to Cody Stewart, the Governor’s Energy Advisor.

How is the Office of Energy Development (OED) related to the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED)?

GOED is one of OED’s key partners, and both offices are divisions of the Governor’s Office.  Director Julian was formerly GOED’s Energy & Natural Resources cluster director, and was appointed Director of OED when the office was created in 2011.

Does OED offer any incentives for residential home efficiency?

The Office of Energy Development does not currently offer residential home efficiency incentives. Some utility incentives, however, may be available.

When is the next Governor’s Energy Development Summit?

The 2014 Governor’s Energy Development Summit will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center on June 3-4, 2014.

How can I get on the mailing list for information regarding the Governor’s Energy Development Summit?

You can add yourself to the notification list here.

Who can I contact regarding sponsoring the Governor’s Energy Development Summit?

You can email the Office of Energy Development for more information.

Where can I find anemometer data?

The Office of Energy Development loaned anemometers that collected wind speed data throughout Utah. Even though the loan program is no longer active, archived data will be provided on this site soon.