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Who We Are

We are not waiting for the future. We are busy building it.

Every day, we power millions of homes, businesses and communities with energy across parts of eight Western and Midwestern states. Our customers rely on us to be there 24/7 with safe, affordable electricity and natural gas — but we provide much more than that.

Headquartered in Minneapolis, we are an industry leader in delivering renewable energy and in reducing carbon and other emissions. We are the first major U.S. power company to announce its vision to provide customers 100% carbon-free electricity.

We constantly work to offer a cleaner energy mix, smarter solutions and seamless experiences for our customers. We are delivering modern energy leadership and services — everything from electric vehicle charging stations to an extensive portfolio of energy-saving programs and renewable choices.

Beyond energy, we believe in giving back, whether that is assisting our communities with economic development, supporting customers in need or donating our time and financial resources.

Learn more about Xcel Energy in our Corporate Responsibility Highlights (PDF)  and find our Corporate Recognition.

Our Vision

We will be the preferred and trusted provider of the energy our customers need.

Our Mission

We provide our customers the safe, clean, reliable energy services they want and value at a competitive price.

Our Values

Our values reflect our core beliefs — who we are, how we conduct our business and the importance of our customers. They guide us in our work and in our interactions with each other. We are Committed, Connected, Safe and Trustworthy.

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Energy Saving Tip

Energy-efficient appliances and light bulbs may cost a bit more up front, but they can save big money over the life of the product. Plus, some energy-efficient equipment may be eligible for rebates to offset the initial cost.

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Break Ground, Not the Law

Always call 811 before digging in your yard to avoid hitting buried gas or electric lines. Not only is it the safe thing to do, but it's the law.