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Who We Are

Every day we power millions of homes and businesses across eight Western and Midwestern states. Our customers can count on us to be there 24/7 with safe, reliable energy. But, what we provide goes much deeper than that.

Based in Minneapolis, we are a recognized industry leader in delivering renewable energy and in reducing carbon and other emissions, efforts that have put us on a path to a more sustainable energy future. Through a growing range of innovative solutions, we continue to empower customers with energy options and alternatives to support their goals and objectives.

Destination 2050 is all about delivering on our bold vision for a carbon-free future. We are the first major U.S. energy provider to announce an aspiration to serve customers with 100% carbon-free electricity by 2050.

In a rapidly changing industry, we are taking a smart and thoughtful approach to how we produce and deliver energy, looking for better ways to serve our customers and anticipate their needs and expectations. Through our efforts, we are not just preparing for the future we are building it, today.

Learn more about us in Xcel Energy's 2018 Corporate Responsibility Highlights.

Our Vision

We will be the preferred and trusted provider of the energy our customers need.

Our Mission

We provide our customers the safe, clean, reliable energy services they want and value at a competitive price.

Our Values

Our values reflect our core beliefs — who we are, how we conduct our business and the importance of our customers. They guide us in our work and in our interactions with each other. We are Committed, Connected, Safe and Trustworthy.

Our Service

Xcel Energy is a major U.S. regulated electric and natural gas delivery company with four utility subsidiaries. We serve 3.6 million electric and 2 million natural gas customers across parts of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota (Northern States Power Company-Minnesota); Wisconsin and Michigan (Northern States Power Company-Wisconsin), Colorado (Public Service Company of Colorado); and Texas and New Mexico (Southwestern Public Service Company).

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Energy Saving Tip

Heat or cool a smaller area by closing vents in rooms that are not in use. You’ll stay more comfortable when you're managing less air space.  

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Break Ground, Not the Law

Always call 811 before digging in your yard to avoid hitting buried gas or electric lines. Not only is it the safe thing to do, but it's the law.