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Windsource for Residences

Sign up for wind-sourced energy to power your home

Windsource® allows customers to get more or all of their energy from renewable resources.

As one of the nation's largest voluntary renewable energy programs, Windsource is an easy, inexpensive way to make a difference. Thanks in part to Windsource customers, the amount of renewable energy we produce today is above and beyond government requirements and continues to grow.

Your Windsource subscription is added right to your Xcel Energy bill, making it easy to go green.

Get Started

  1. Sign up today with our online application.

  2. Choose how much you want: one 100 kilowatt-hour block of renewable energy is enough to power all the lights in a typical home per month.* Choose up to 100% wind energy.
    • Already a Windsource customer? Make a bigger impact by increasing your subscription through My Account.

  3. For questions regarding Windsource, please:

*Lighting Calculation: Based on home with 42 light sockets, using a mix of CFLs, LEDs and incandescent bulbs

Pricing Information

Windsource subscriptions are available in 100 kilowatt-hour (kWh) blocks for the small additional premium. Starting with one block, Windsource adds, on average, $0.01/kWh to your energy cost (complete pricing information can be found at the Terms and Conditions link below). For a typical home using 900 kWh in a month, that would total just $9/month to be 100% Windsource-powered. Peace of mind from clean energy is affordable and easy with Windsource.

Additional Information

Terms and Conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

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