For an updated look at certifications and incentives for high-performance homes please visit the link below. It is arranged by building certification type, increasing performance, comfort, and efficiency from left to right.

EEBC and EnergySmart’s Marshall Fire Home Performance Comparison

State of Colorado $10,000 Electrification Rebate for Rebuilding Residents

The first offering in the sustainable rebuilding program will be a rebate program that will provide $10,000 for high efficiency electric homes or rental units that are built to the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code, BuildSmart, or stronger standards. This will support the installation of NEEP certified cold climate heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, and electric stoves (either electric resistance or induction), and may be combined with the incentive program offered by Xcel Energy for Marshall Fire victims. Only primary homes will be eligible (not vacation homes or other second homes). The intent will be to offer this in both the Marshall Fire and East Troublesome Fire areas, working collaboratively with local government. Questions? Check out the FAQ here!

Colorado Energy Office Electrification Rebate Registration Form

State of Colorado Disaster Resilience Rebuilding

The Disaster Resilience Rebuilding Program consists of two components, a grant program and a loan program. The Resilience Rebuilding Grant (RRG) provides funding to qualifying homeowners for rebuilding homes in the wake of wildfires, high winds, floods, and other state and federally declared disasters. The aim is to promote rebuilding in accordance with high performance building standards adopted by local communities and voluntary sustainable building elements that exceed local code requirements, including the incorporation of fire-resistant building materials and energy efficiency measures.

The loan fund is for eligible households that do not income qualify for the grant, but still require additional resources to rebuild their home. Together, this program aims to help Coloradans who have been affected by natural disaster not only rebuild their homes, but produce healthier, safer and more resilient homes throughout the state.

The first phase of this program focuses on rebuilding owner-occupied homes. Other phases will follow if funding is available.

To learn more about the Disaster Resilience Rebuilding Program and determine eligibility click the link below

Eligibility and More Information

Xcel Energy Incentives for Rebuilding Residents

Xcel Energy is offering one-time incentives specifically for those who lost their homes in the Marshall Fires. As you look to rebuild your home, consider one of several ways to incorporate energy efficiency from the ground up.  The incentives will be paid out as a rebate at the time you take possession of your new house. These incentives apply to new homes built to replace properties destroyed in the Marshall Fire.

Home Certification Standard Rebuilding Homeowner Incentive* New Homeowner Incentive**
2021 International Energy Conservation Code or Boulder County BuildSmart Code $7,500 $0
ENERGY STAR® v3.2 $10,000 $1,250
Zero Energy Ready Homes v2 $12,500 $2,500
ENERGY STAR® + NextGen $17,500 $5,000
Passive House (PHI/PHIUS) $37,500 $15,000

* Rebuilding Homeowner Incentives are available to Marshall Fire-affected residents who lost their home, choose to rebuild on their same parcel, and previously had an Xcel Energy account.

** New Homeowner Incentives are available to new residents who purchase a parcel where the home was destroyed by the Marshall Fire and build a new home.

Xcel Energy Marshall Fire Reconstruction Rebates Registration

XCEL Energy has created a registration form to make an initial assessment of the prospective rebate claims for the Marshall Fire Recovery Reconstruction Program. Registration is not required to qualify for the rebates, but strongly encouraged. You can view the registration form below.

Xcel Energy Marshall Fire Reconstruction Rebate Claim Form

This Rebate Claim Form is an application for rebates as part of the Marshall Fire Recovery Reconstruction Program. View and fill out the form here!

Marshall Fire Reconstruction Rebate Registration Form

Xcel Energy’s Marshall Fire Incentives FAQ
ENERGY STAR® Home v3.2
Department of Energy “Zero Energy Ready” Home
ENERGY STAR® New Certification (also known a NextGen)
Passive House Qualified
Federal Geothermal (Geoxchange/Ground Source Heat Pump) Tax Credit – 30% through 2032
State Grant Program of $2,000-$3,000/ton for geothermal (geoxchange/ground source heat pump)



Feel free to contact an energy advisor at 303-544-1000 or info@energysmartyes.com

If you have questions about Xcel’s energy incentives for rebuilding residents please contact Xcel Energy’s Community Recovery Line at 866-672-3834.