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Income-qualified Home Energy Saving Program

Free services to help income-qualified residents save energy and money

We recognize that energy costs can add stress to your household budget. That's why we've teamed up with our program service providers, Energy CENTS Coalition and Sustainable Resources Center, Inc. to help. The following are the customized energy solutions we're offering to qualified residents.

Program Benefits


Home Energy Savings Program Visit

An energy expert will come to your home to show you small changes you can make to lower your energy bill. It’s absolutely free.

During the appointment, we’ll:

Weatherization Services
Our free weatherization services (offered to qualified Xcel Energy customers with natural gas or electric heating) include:

Appliance Replacement
If your major household appliances are more than 10 years old, they likely use a great deal of energy and cost a lot more to run than newer, more energy-efficient appliances. Based on your equipment eligibility, we may:

You must be an income-qualified, residential electric or natural gas customer of Xcel Energy. To find out if you are income qualified, contact the program partners for your area.

How to get started
Getting started is simple. To take advantage of these free energy-saving services, just contact the program partners for your area. They’ll determine if you qualify and help you through the process.

If you live on the east side of the Twin Cities metro area, please call:

Energy CENTS Coalition

If you live on the west side of the Twin Cities metro area or outside the metro area, please call:

Sustainable Resources Center, Inc.

Additional Information
Worried about home energy costs? We can help.
¿Le preocupa el gasto de energía que tiene en su hogar? Podemos ayudarlo.

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Energy Saving Tip

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