Incentives & Development



Fostering Smart Growth

Market based tax incentives drive new investment that diversifies, enhances and expands our energy and minerals portfolio, providing robust outcomes for Utah’s economy.

The Governor’s Office of Energy Development administers a variety of post-performance tax credits and funding opportunities to encourage private-sector investment, create high-quality jobs, and foster smart growth.

Commercial

Utah offers a suite of tax credits for commercial projects that span significant infrastructure projects, as well as renewable energy, oil & gas, and alternative energy installations.

Solar

Solar incentives include the Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit for residential and commercial rooftop solar and the Nonrefundable Tax Credit for Qualifying Solar Programs for municipal solar program subscribers.

Residential

Residential tax credits span rooftop solar, as well as installations utilizing solar thermal, wind, geothermal, hydro, and biomass technologies.
 

Commercial

Utah offers a suite of tax credits for commercial projects that span significant infrastructure projects, as well as renewable energy, oil & gas, and alternative energy installations.

Solar

Solar incentives include the Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit for residential and commercial rooftop solar and the Nonrefundable Tax Credit for Qualifying Solar Programs for municipal solar program subscribers.

Residential

Residential tax credits span rooftop solar, as well as installations utilizing solar thermal, wind, geothermal, hydro, and biomass technologies.

Energy Efficiency Financing

Public and private building financing and loans, as well as incentives offered by Utah’s utilities.

Additional Resources

The Governor’s Office of Energy Development’s education initiative encourages students to pursue STEM studies and careers through the support of STEM curriculum, higher education scholarships, programs, and events.

Tax Credits and Finance Team

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Richard Bell
Incentives Director
Phone: 801-538-8682
Email: rbell@utah.gov