​​​ CenterPoint Energy High Efficiency Homes™ Program

Certifying energy-efficient dream homes


The CenterPoint Energy High Efficiency Homes Program promotes the construction and certification of high efficiency homes that achieve the ENERGY STAR label as well as other other high-performance homes. This voluntary program provides financial incentives and other types of assistance to production and custom homebuilders who commit to construct energy-efficient homes within the CenterPoint Energy electric service territory. This program does not pay direct incentives to homeowners. CenterPoint Energy's High Efficiency Homes program provides approved homebuilders of high performance homes with:

  • Energy efficiency technical assistance
  • Energy efficiency training for the builder’s sales and operations teams
  • Energy efficiency marketing support through our advertising and marketing materials

2017 Approved Homebuilders List

​Anglia Homes, LP DreamTech Homes
​Ashton Woods Homes ​Drees Custom Homes, LP
​Beazer Homes Texas, LP ​K Hovnanian of Houston II, LLC
​CalAtlantic Homes ​KB Homes Lone Star
​Caldwell Homes Texas, LP ​Kickerillo Homes
​Camillo Properties, Ltd. ​Legend Classic Homes, Ltd.
​CastleRock Communities, LP ​Lennar Homes
​Censeo Homes Liberty Home Builders
​Century Communities, Inc. ​Long Lake, Ltd.
​Chesmar Homes, Ltd. ​M I Homes of Houston, LLC
​D R Horton Homes Americas ​McGuyer Homebuilders Inc.
​Darling Homes of Texas, LLC ​Meritage Homes
​David Weekley Homes Newmark Homes Houston, LLC​
​Design Tech Homes Perry Homes, LLC​
​Devon Street Homes Pulte Homes of Texas, LP​

Request more information or apply to participate in the CenterPoint Energy program at NewHomes@CenterPointEnergy.com

*Builders must be approved for participation in the CenterPoint Energy program and must construct homes within the CenterPoint Energy electric service territory. CenterPoint Energy does not pay direct incentives to homeowners for this program.

Note: CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric does not warrant construction, rating, or inspection of any home. CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric is not a party to the agreement between you and your builder, and the builder is solely responsible for the performance of the work and contract fulfillment. Funding provided by the regulated electric utility for this program is approved by the Public Utility Commission of Texas in support of statewide energy efficiency efforts.