An assessment of how your house is functioning can help you decide what needs fixing, what needs upgrading, and what needs replacement.
It will identify some simple low-cost measures you can take, such as weather-stripping doors, and it will determine more expensive but cost-effective measures, such as air sealing and adding insulation to attics or walls and replacing furnaces or water heaters.
Each utility develops its own CIP programs, and the cost of the programs is charged to customers of the utility via a bill surcharge.
Xcel Energy offers prescriptive incentives for a wide range of energy-efficient equipment, and the flexible Custom Solutions program covers many other measures.
Rebate amounts are based on the peak k W reduced or k Wh saved over the lifetime of the equipment.