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New Town Builders, one of the Denver-area’s leading homebuilders in energy efficiency, opposes Xcel Energy’s request to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission proposal for a 47 percent reduction in rebates for homes with solar energy systems.
“Such a significant reduction in the solar energy rebate would have a noticeable impact on the home-building industry, especially among companies that have tried to respond to customers’ demands for energy efficiency and environmental responsibility,” said Perry Cadman, New Town’s Chief Operating Officer. “Those builders plan developments far into the future and make their commitments based on certain consistencies within the financial modeling. Constant changes in policies and fees only serve to impede business and, in this case, make it more difficult to help the community conserve energy and make homeownership more affordable over the long term.”
About New Town Builders
New Town Builders has been building homes in the Denver area since 2001, with an emphasis on energy efficiency, sustainability and neo-classical designs that recall an era when houses truly felt like homes. On the outside, the homes sport porches and designer colors. Inside, New Town incorporates technology and smart design to “future-proof” its homes. All New Town homes receive the Energy Star Efficiency Rating. New Town is a member of Home Builders of Association of Metro Denver. They offer homes in the Colorado neighborhoods of:
- Bradburn Village (Westminster)
- Stapleton (Denver)
- Shadow Grass (Longmont)
- Tallyn’s Reach (Aurora)
For more information: www.newtownbuilders.com or call 303-707-4400.