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Income-qualified Rebate Programs for Buildings

EOC conducts a free energy-efficiency assessment of each facility and, based on findings, selects energy-efficiency improvements that make sense to meet the building and owner’s needs. EOC representatives will work with contractors to acquire bids and fill out rebate paperwork for Xcel Energy. Once a project is approved for funding, EOC manages implementation and installation of energy-efficient equipment on site. Organization staff, clients and residents are provided energy conservation information that can help keep energy costs low.  

NEEP: This program accepts grant applications from 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that service the income-qualified community, with a particular focus on helping those with high-energy demands, such as shelters and safe houses. Applications are reviewed and evaluated three times a year (Feb. 15, June 15, and Oct. 15) by a committee of industry professionals. For more information, click here.

AHRP: This program accepts applications from income-qualified, multifamily facilities that need energy-efficiency improvements. The program is available to deed-restricted and market-rate housing with two or more units as long as 66 percent of the tenant population falls at or below 80 percent of the Area Media Income (AMI). The program accepts applications year round, so apply today! For more information, click here.

NEEP: To participate in the program and receive a grant, organizations must:

  • Serve an income-qualified community as a central part of their mission
  • Own or have a long-term lease of the building (government-owned building do not qualify)
  • Be an IRS designated 501(c)3 nonprofit; and
  • Pay Xcel Energy utility bills for the facility

For more information on eligibility requirements, visit EOC’s NEEP webpage.

AHRP: To participate in the program and receive a grant, affordable housing facilities must:

  • Have 66 percent of the tenant population that fall at or below an 80 percent Area Median Income (AMI)
  • Have 2 or more units in the building; and
  • Pay Xcel Energy utility bills for their facility

For more information on eligibility requirements, visit EOC’s AHRP webpage.

Energy Saving Tip

Install ceiling fans to keep cool air circulating so you can turn down your air conditioner. Still, make sure to turn off your fan when you leave the room.

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May is National Electric Safety Month

Before beginning an outdoor project, be aware of overhead electric lines and keep yourself, your ladders and tools at least 10 feet away from them.

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