Great on our own.
By definition, the Nest Learning Thermostat learns how to keep you comfortable and help you save energy. Now we’ve partnered with NRG Residential Solutions to take saving energy to a new level.
So sign up for the NRG Residential Solutions Learn & Conserve℠ plan–you'll get a $249 Nest thermostat for free, then Seasonal Savings will help you save more energy, automatically.
Get a $249 Nest
at no cost with the
Learn & Conserve plan
First you need a Nest thermostat. Sign up for the NRG Residential Solutions Learn & Conserve plan and your Nest thermostat will be mailed to you 30 days after you start service.
Auto-ScheduleNo more confusing programming. Nest learns the temperatures you like and builds a personalized schedule for your home.
Auto-AwayDon’t waste energy heating or cooling an empty house. Nest automatically turns itself down when you’re away.
Remote controlChange the temperature from anywhere with your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
AirwaveThis unique technology helps you use less air conditioning while staying perfectly cool.
The Nest Thermostat works in most homes with low voltage systems—make sure it'll work in yours. Most people install it themselves in 30 minutes or less.Switch to NRG >
Over time, everyone settles into a schedule—we get used to the temperatures we’ve set and miss the energy-saving tweaks that could shave down our bills.
With Seasonal Savings, Nest uses its knowledge of your schedule and preferences to gradually fine-tune the temperatures in your schedule to save energy.
It’s so slow and subtle you may never notice it, but Seasonal Savings has helped Nest owners use 5-10% less heating and air conditioning.
And if you don’t like the temperature Seasonal Savings has set, you can always change it.
It’s like a spring cleaning for your schedule.
With Seasonal Savings,
Nest cleans up your
schedule to help you
the temperatures in
over a few weeks.
It’s helped Nest
owners use 5-10%
Life with Seasonal Savings.
Two Seasonal Savings will be available each year: in summer and winter.
Keep in mind, if Seasonal Savings can’t find any opportunities to help you save while keeping you comfortable, it won’t turn on for the season.
First, you get a notification.
Before Seasonal Savings starts, you’ll get a notification on your Nest and in your Nest Account that Seasonal Savings is ready. You can accept it, decline it, or delay it for a more convenient time.
You'll also get a notification on your phone.
As it gets started, you’ll see it's working.
You’ll see a gold gear on Nest’s display whenever Seasonal Savings is adjusting the temperature to save you energy.
It’ll adjust some temperatures.
Most temperatures on your schedule will stay the same, while others may change a few degrees at most. You might never notice the tweaks that Seasonal Savings makes—the biggest adjustments will happen when you’re not home.
It may add new temperatures.
Seasonal Savings may add a new temperature to your schedule—at night, for example—if it thinks it'll save you energy.
You're in control.
You can change the temperature at any time. If you change a temperature that Seasonal Savings adjusted, Nest will learn what's comfortable for you.
See what changed.
You can see what temperatures Seasonal Savings adjusted in Energy History—they’ll be circled by a gold ring.
Seasonal Savings at work.
Here’s a basic example of a cooling schedule that Seasonal Savings fine-tunes over a few weeks. In week one, it adjusts the temperature when nobody is home by 1°F. Then it adjusts the temperature when everyone wakes up and tweaks the nighttime temp by half a degree. By week three, Seasonal Savings has adjusted temps from 1-3°F and saved 10% more AC without anyone even noticing.
- Week 1
- Week 2
- Week 3
Sign up, save energy, stay comfortable.
Sign up for the NRG Residential Solutions Learn & Conserve plan and you'll get cash back rewards and 25% green energy, plus:
- A $249 Nest Learning Thermostat for free.
- Access to Seasonal Savings for summer and winter.
- Seasonal Savings has helped Nest owners use 5-10% less heating and cooling.