Great on our own.
When Nest partners with your energy company, good things happen.
You may be able to get instant rebates. Or receive a Nest thermostat at no cost. And depending on your energy provider, you may even be able to sign up for exclusive programs like Rush Hour Rewards and Seasonal Savings that’ll help you keep on saving throughout the year.
It’s time to look forward to your energy bill.
See what Nest and your energy provider can do together:
Get a Nest thermostat
Your energy company wants you to have a Nest thermostat so you can start saving energy. And money.Learn more >
Rush Hour Rewards™
A Nest thermostat can help you save energy during peak hours. What’s even better? Your energy company will pay you for it.Learn more >
As the weather changes, a Nest thermostat can help you save by making small adjustments to the temperatures in your schedule.Learn more >
Energy companies will help you get a Nest thermostat
Your energy company wants you to have a Nest Learning Thermostat and start saving energy.
Some energy companies send you a $249 Nest thermostat at no cost when you sign up for certain plans. Others give you an instant $100 rebate – no paperwork necessary.
Even more energy companies offer traditional mail‑in rebates. One way or another, most energy providers will help you get a Nest Learning Thermostat.
Rush Hour Rewards
Your energy company will pay you to save energy. Depending on your provider, you could earn $20-$60 back per Nest thermostat each summer. Here’s how it works:
Your energy provider wants to lower demand during energy rush hours, like those hot summer afternoons when everyone’s cranking up the air conditioning.
A Nest thermostat can help you avoid using energy during those rush hours while keeping your home comfortable.
You’re in control. If you’re home, Nest won’t let the temperature rise more than a few degrees. But if you start feeling warm, you can change the temperature at any time.
You may not even notice it working, but Seasonal Savings can save you 5-10% on heating and air conditioning. Every summer and winter Seasonal Savings slowly fine-tunes the temperatures in your schedule to save energy. Here's how it works:
Seasonal Savings may adjust the temperature a degree while you sleep, or tweak the temperature half a degree in the morning. Tiny adjustments will add up over a few weeks.
You can change the temperature at any time. If you’re too warm or too cold, just adjust your thermostat. Nest will listen.