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Residential Trade Partner Resource Center

There are numerous benefits to being an Xcel Energy Trade Partner. While we don't endorse specific contractors, customers do visit our website to find a contractor listed in their area. By registering, you can be on that customer-facing list. You'll also receive program information and communications from us.

In the event of a trade partner promotion offering special incentives, only registered contractors can be tracked and rewarded. You'll be among the first to receive notice and details on other new Xcel Energy programs.

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We are currently working with trade partners in your state on program and savings offerings. Check back soon. 

Residential Trade Partner Resource Center

There are numerous benefits to being an Xcel Energy Trade Partner. While we don't endorse specific contractors, customers do visit our website to find a contractor listed in their area. By registering, you can be on that customer-facing list. You'll also receive program information and communications from us.

Online Rebates

You can now apply for rebates online, learn more about our digital application process.

Rebate Applications

Looking to order rebate applications? Login to your account.

General Information

You will be listed as a currently registered contractor on the public search page (external link) after you have completed all registration requirements for each respective program.

Having problems registering or taking the Quality Installation Assessment? Get help here.

Additional Information

Only registered cooling and insulation contractors are authorized to receive the respective rebate applications.

Contractors should call the MN Trade Relations Manager at 800-723-5798

Customers should call 800-895-4999 to speak with an Xcel Energy Customer Service Representative

Contact Trade Relations Manager: Greg Olson

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Energy Saving Tip

Turn off your lights when you leave the room—even if you'll only be gone for a moment. Contemporary light bulbs require very little energy to turn "on."

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