In this paper we study classification of homogeneous solutions to the stationary Euler equation with locally finite energy. Written in the form $\bu = \n^\perp \Psi$, $\Psi(r,\th) = r^{\l} \psi(\th)$, for $\l >0$, we show that only trivial solutions exist in the range $0<\l<1/2$, i.e. parallel shear and rotational flows. In other cases many new solutions are exhibited that have hyperbolic, parabolic and elliptic structure of streamlines. In particular, for $\l>9/2$ the number of different non-trivial elliptic solutions is equal to the cardinality of the set $(2,\sqrt{2\l}) \cap \N$. The case $\l = 2/3$ is relevant to Onsager's conjecture. We underline the reasons why no anomalous dissipation of energy occurs for such solutions despite their critical Besov regularity $1/3$.