Home Energy Squad participants have many resources to help make the process of completing energy improvements affordable and easy. If our crews recommend attic insulation and/or air sealing, wall insulation, or high efficiency heating equipment, we can connect you with rebate information and affordable financing options. Our goal is help you make energy improvements a reality.
If you have questions about rebates, financing or contractors, please contact our Energy Advisors at 612-244-2484.
Utility Insulation and Air Sealing Rebates
Steps to apply for your rebate:
- Contact a rebate eligible installer
- Complete a qualifying energy improvement
- Work with your contractor to submit your rebate application
More information on CenterPoint Energy rebates
More information on Xcel Energy rebates
More Information on Xcel Energy's Whole Home Efficiency Rebate
Utility Heating, Cooling and Water Heating Rebates
Please contact your utility company or click on the links below for more information about heating, cooling and water heating rebates.
The Center for Energy and Environment's Lending Center provides low interest financing for improvements for homeowners, rental renovation, businesses and nonprofits across Minnesota. As a nontraditional lender, CEE provides competitive rates, technical assistance, and a wide range of financing that can be tailored to fit your budget.
Low-Interest Home Energy Loan Program
2.99% Home Energy Loan financing is now available for single family homeowners who have completed a CEE home energy visit.
- Maximum Loan: $10,000
- Interest Rate: 2.99% (3.03 APR*)
- Income Limit: None
- Eligible Improvements: Insulation, air sealing, heating, cooling, water heater and more
For more information and access to additional financing options visit CEE's financing page.
The current loan terms and conditions stated, including interest rates, do not constitute a commitment to lend or an offer to enter into an agreement, and that such an offer may only be made pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 47.206(3) and (4).
* APR is based on $10,000 loan for 5 years