Xcel Energy is offering one-time direct-to-customer incentives specifically to help support Xcel Energy customers who lost their homes in the Marshall Fires. If you are a company working with a builder, or a builder working with these homeowners to rebuild, please review the Energy Star Program Incentives and Training offerings. Participating Colorado Homebuilders and Raters:
2022 Program Summary:
In February the ENERGY STAR New Homes Program processed 330 projects bringing the year-to-date total to 1,187. Approximate program year energy savings are 20,549 Dekatherms and 1,573,296 kilowatt-hours; builder rebates earned a total of $499,895.
Marshall Fire Support
Xcel Energy is offering one-time direct-to-customer incentives specifically to help support Xcel Energy customers who lost their homes in the Marshall Fires. These incentives will be available to fire-affected residents to assist in the rebuilding of lost properties. Customer rebates are intended to help homeowners incorporate energy efficiency and high-performance construction from the ground up. These rebates will be available through the ENERGY STAR New Homes Program and are in addition to the performance and prescriptive rebates already offered to builders. If you are a builder working with these homeowners to rebuild, please reach out to us for more information.
The Marshall Fire incentives include requirements for compliance with advanced certifications including ENERGY STAR version 3.2, Department of Energy Zero Energy Ready Homes version 2, and Passive House. To support participating builders, the ESNH program is working with EPA and DOE to develop and conduct training on these programs. We’re expecting these to be available later this month and will be reaching out to all participants to provide additional details.
For more information contact:
Xcel Energy’s ENERGY STAR® New Home program is implemented by Residential Science Resources (RSR). 844.802.4443 | email@example.com