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Energy Conservation for Businesses
Xcel Energy Launches Energy Efficiency Programs

Light bulbIn January 2012, Xcel Energy launched new business and residential energy efficiency programs. Many of programs remain the same. However, some have changed. Xcel is increasing its efforts to work with trade partners, retailers, and equipment manufacturers.

For business customers, Xcel is also including evaporative cooling measures as part of the cooling efficiency program and combining the boiler efficiency and furnace products to create one heating efficiency program. The recommissioning program is improved to include more savings opportunities within the building shell.

For specific rebate details and eligibility requirements, see the Xcel program summaries below.

Business efficiency program summary


Governor's Energy Office

The Governor's Energy Office (GEO) uses community networks to engage local, small businesses in energy retrofit projects. Support is provided to businesses for building energy assessments, lighting retrofits, set-back thermostats and re-commissioning or a thorough tune-up of HVAC systems.

For specific GEO program opportunities, read about GEO's Recharge Colorado Program.

Businesses, Buildings, and Plants All Reap the Benefits of Energy Assessments

Improving the energy performance of buildings and plants requires managing energy strategically across the entire organization. EPA provides strategies, tools, professional assistance, and recognition opportunities to help you meet your goals and contribute to ENERGY STAR™s nationwide challenge to improve the energy efficiency of facilities by 10 percent or more! The Energy Star Target Finder can help set realistic energy performance goals for your business, building or plant.


Business related links: 

Governor's Energy Office 

Energy Star for Buildings and Plants