Residential Energy Efficiency
Due to the high prevalence of older homes in Roseville, many residents have the capacity to upgrade the efficiency of their homes to reduce energy use and live more comfortably throughout the year.
Roseville’s Energy Action Plan Goal: Engage 1,400 residents annually through utility programs to help them learn how to make their homes more energy efficient
Residential Heating & Cooling
Through the various programs and rebates offered by Xcel Energy, there are many opportunities to save money and energy all year round.
Summer: Saver's Switch is a program that cycles your air conditioner off and on at 15 to 20 minute intervals while maintaining the fan (circulating cooled air throughout your home) on a few hot summer days a year. In exchange for participating in this program, you save on your electric bill every year.
Winter: Back-Up Relief Program is a program that allows Xcel to interrupt your primary electric heat source during the peak heating times (October through May) by automatically switching to a fossil-fuel backup.
All Year: AC Rewards is a program that allows you to experience a convenient, energy-saving lifestyle with long-term benefits. When subscribing to this program, you'll receive a onetime $75 enrollment bill credit for joining the AC Rewards program and earn $25 every year you participate in the program.
If you are interested in discovering all the resources Xcel Energy provides for heating and cooling—including various rebates—you can find more information on their website here.
Home Energy Squad®
Provided by Xcel Energy and delivered by CEE, the Home Energy Squad® helps you learn about energy-saving opportunities in your home and installs materials on-the-spot. With this service, a two-person team will come to your home and complete tasks such as an insulation inspection, test for air leaks, replace inefficient light bulbs, and more depending on the service you choose.
Free visits to income-qualified residents. The Roseville EDA offers residents discounted visits, where the city pays half the cost ($50 off $100).
To find out more about this service, you can visit Xcel Energy’s website here to learn more and sign-up, or call 651-328-6220.
Have an old, working refrigerator or freezer you want to get rid of? Xcel Energy will come and pick it up for free, and you earn a $50 rebate.
To see eligibility and scheduling instructions, go to Xcel Energy’s website here.
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Xcel Energy provides more home services and energy saving tips for residents on their website, which you can find here.
Finance Your Projects
Find information about home loans and financial support for energy efficiency projects here.