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Colorado businesses can take advantage of Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB), a prescriptive approach to obtaining rebates for new construction, major renovations and additions. EEB rebates are based on Xcel Energy’s prescriptive programs, such as motors, cooling, and heating. EEB also rebates for approved non-prescriptive (custom) measures which are based on Xcel Energy’s custom program. EEB is ideal for projects 50,000 square feet or less.
By reviewing your energy savings opportunities early in design, projects can begin counting on energy savings throughout the life of the building.
Earn rebates for multiple energy efficiency measures and equipment as part of your project while you only need to complete one application.
Energy Efficient Building provides you:
To qualify, you must be:
Energy Efficient Building offers you the opportunity to review energy-efficiency measures within the building and gives you an idea of what types of rebates we can offer to help offset costs of additional conservation recommendations.
Is your project greater than 50,000 square feet? The Energy Design Assistance program may be right for you.
Complete the Energy Efficient Building application and agreement for preapproval and send to Xcel Energy per instructions on the application form.
Need help? Call your account manager, an Energy Efficiency Specialist at 1-800-481-4700 or email the Business New Construction team. A first step is to fill out the application:
After pre-approval, fill out the calculator estimating tool with your energy efficiency strategies and measures. This is a tool to calculate potential rebates. Some rebates/measure have been updated and are not reflected in this calculator tool.
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