From the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to the aftermath of the officer involved death of Mr. George Floyd, our Minneapolis community has faced extraordinarily painful times.Rebuild Resilient is a program offering energy efficiency and solar related funding for business that can cover up to 70% project combined with utility rebates and incentives. This program leverages increased Xcel Energy and CenterPoint rebates as part of our path to recovery and transformation. Together, we can emerge as a stronger, equitable, inclusive, and resilient Minneapolis. Visit the Green Cost Share / Rebuild resilient web page for more information.
Solar projects: Qualifying buildings can receive up to $50,000 from the City of Minneapolis based on a solar array’s first year of estimated kilowatt hour production. The amount awarded to a project is based on a building’s incentive category and the estimated annual kilowatt hour production of the project. For complete details see the 2021 Solar Project Application. If you have questions about solar projects, email GreenCostShare@minneapolismn.gov
Energy efficiency projects: Qualifying buildings can receive up to $40,000 from the City of Minneapolis to help pay for energy efficiency updates. The amount awarded to a project is based on a building’s incentive category and the total cost of the project. For complete details see the 2021 Energy Efficiency Project Application. If you have questions about energy efficiency projects, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Incentive categories: The incentive categories for buildings are: base rate, environmental justice rate, energy benchmarked building (energy efficiency projects only), and Minneapolis Forward rate.
To determine which category applies to your building, see the project applications.
Application deadlines2021 application deadlines for solar and energy efficiency projects are Jan. 1, Mar. 1, May 3 and July 2. Deadlines are open until funding is exhausted.