HB 2783

  • Oregon House Bill
  • 2021 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Jan 11, 2021
  • House
  • Senate
  • Governor

Relating to funding the transition to electric motor vehicles; prescribing an effective date; providing for revenue raising that requires approval by a three-fifths majority.


Increases rate of privilege tax imposed on Oregon motor vehicle dealers upon retail sale of taxable motor vehicle and rate of use tax imposed on storage, use or other consumption in this state of taxable motor vehicle purchased at retail. Applies to any taxable motor vehicle sold at retail in any jurisdiction within or outside this state that is registered by purchaser residing within boundaries of metropolitan service district to address within district. Directs revenue from increase in privilege tax to be used to supplement rebates otherwise made under zero-emission and electric vehicle rebate program and Charge Ahead Oregon Program with respect to taxable motor vehicles registered by purchaser residing within metropolitan service district to address within district. Requires electric companies to invest amount in programs to support acceleration of transportation electrification that is equal to no less than one-half of one percent of total rates collected annually from retail electricity consumers located within part of service area that is within Portland metropolitan service district. Modifies provisions relating to transportation electrification. Directs Public Utility Commission to submit annual report to Legislative Assembly on programs. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.

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Jun 27, 2021


In committee upon adjournment.

Jan 20, 2021


Referred to Transportation with subsequent referral to Revenue.

Jan 11, 2021


First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.

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