Nest Learning Thermostats
When you use your Nest Thermostat and sign up for Rush Hour Rewards you shift energy usage to off-peak hours for multiple days each year. Peak hours are typically 2 to 7 p.m. on summer weekdays, which make electricity more expensive because the demand rises.
We'll give you a $50 rebate in the form of a bill credit when you sign up and $50 each year you're enrolled.
Why choose a Nest thermostat?
- Nest thermostat is the first thermostat to get ENERGY STAR certified
- It learns what temperature you like and builds a schedule around yours.
- Studies showed that it saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills
- Control your thermostat from your phone
Free Nest Thermostat FAQs
First, buy a Nest thermostat. Buy it from Lowes, Mendards or ANY retailer who sells Nest thermostats
Then, sign up for the Rush Hour Rewards program. This program shifts energy usage to off-peak hours for multiple days each year. Peak hours are typically 2 to 7 p.m. on summer weekdays, which make electricity more expensive because the demand rises.
That’s it. You’ll receive a $50 bill credit on your next bill.
Currently, this special promotion is only valid on Nest Thermostats, but it does include both models:
- Nest Learning Thermostat
- Nest Thermostat E
Yes, if you’re not already enrolled in Rush Hour Rewards, sign up and you’ll get a $200 bill credit on your next bill.
Yes. You must be a member to participate in the smart thermostat program and to receive this incentive.
Rush Hour Rewards FAQs
Through using the auto-schedule feature, the Nest thermostat learns what temperatures you like at different times of the day.
When you enroll in Rush Hour Rewards, you’ll help save energy during “peak” usage times. This means the Nest thermostat will automatically tune temperatures before/during a peak time to reduce energy use across the power grid. But don’t worry, if you ever get uncomfortable, you can simply change the temperature on your thermostat.
Over time, you can see a 10-12% savings on heating and 15% on cooling annually.
Google has put together a white paper on their finding on energy savings. Learn more here.
Your satisfaction is very important to us. If for some reason you do not like being a part of this program, please contact us. We’re happy to explain the program or discuss any concerns. If you still wish to opt-out of the program, we will do so.
You'll get a notification email ahead of time so you know when it's happening.