Save up to $390 on cooling and heating costs¹ and increase comfort by replacing your manual or programmable thermostat with a new ENERGY STAR® smart thermostat. For a limited time, receive a rebate of up to $120 when you purchase an eligible model and sign up for a Time-of-Use rate plan.²
¹ Savings estimate is based on the lifespan of the smart thermostat and an average residential rate of $0.28/kWh. Savings estimate is not representative of annual savings.
² $120 rebate includes a $50 product rebate for qualifying models and an additional $70 rebate when you also sign up for a Time-of-Use rate plan.
IMPORTANT: All rebate applications must be submitted within 60 days from date of purchase.
After, purchasing, installing, and ensuring your smart thermostat meets the above requirements, apply for an online rebate, and ensure to include the required attachments described below in "Apply for your rebate online".
*Customers who are part of a third-party program such as Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), Core Gas Aggregation Service (CGAS) or Direct Access (DA) also qualify as long as all other eligibility requirements are met.
Applications must be submitted online. The rebate is not available through paper applications.
Your application must include the following attachments:
Note: Rebates are limited to one per household.
Do-it-yourself installation timing will vary by customer but the average process takes as little as 45 minutes. Manufacturers also recommend reaching out to a qualified contractor for help with installation. In either case, PG&E recommends carefully following all safety instructions as recommended by the manufacturer.
A smart thermostat is a Wi-Fi enabled device that automatically adjusts your home’s heating and cooling. You can “set it and forget it” for greater ease of use and convenience, while saving energy. Some models allow for remote monitoring and control from your mobile phone, tablet or laptop, or wherever you happen to be.
According to ENERGY STAR, heating and cooling your home can cost up to $900 a year. A smart thermostat can save energy and money by maintaining recommended temperatures.
There are three main types of thermostats:
You adjust the temperature setting up or down as desired by manually turning a dial or moving a lever.
This thermostat uses a built-in calendar and clock for temperature adjustment by day and time.
Does everything a programmable thermostat does. It is also Wi-Fi enabled and automatically adjusts temperature settings for optimal performance.
PLEASE NOTE: Manually operated thermostats contain mercury and need to be disposed of carefully and properly. Locate a safe and free collection site near you, and see if you qualify for an additional $5 rebate. Find out more at the Thermostat Recycling Corporation.
Time-of-Use rate plans are based on how much energy you use and when you use it. By shifting some electricity usage to times when costs are less and demand is down, you can lower your bill and support a healthier environment.
Now that you’ve got a smart thermostat, make the rest of your home smart. You’ll gain security, comfort and convenience, plus the energy efficiency will help you save.