[Southern California ONLY] $125 Smart Thermostat Sign-Up Bonus ($75 SoCal Edison + $50 SoCal Gas) + Future bill credits
Details below but here are the sign-up links for the different manufacturers:
Successfully enroll your smart thermostat in our Save Power Days Program through one of our approved service providers and receive $125 in rebates from SCE and SoCalGas®.� Plus, your participation in a program can earn you up to $60 in bill credits every year.‡
How to Get Your $125 Sign-Up Bonus
Purchase a new smart thermostat or enroll your existing one (see product and program options below).§
Receive a $125 credit on your SCE bill. Program funded by SCE and SoCalGas.
The $125 sign-up bonus is for joint SCE and SoCalGas customers. If you are an SCE customer, but not a customer of SoCalGas, you'll receive a $75 sign-up bonus from SCE only.
Continue to Earn Up to $60 Annually in Bill Credits
Additionally, you'll receive bill credits when program events are called and your electricity usage is lowered using your smart thermostat.
*Qualified service providers for this program are EnergyHub, Nest Labs and WeatherBug Home. Neither SCE nor SoCalGas endorses, qualifies or guarantees, and neither is responsible or liable for, the products or services of EnergyHub, Honeywell, or Nest. California customers who choose to participate in this program are not obligated to purchase any additional goods or services.
� The $125 sign-up bonus is for joint SCE and SoCalGas customers. If you are an SCE customer, but not a customer of SoCalGas, you'll receive a $75 sign-up bonus from SCE only.
‡Bill credits are based on participating in 12 four-hour events per year for $1.25 per kWh saved. See Program Terms and Conditions for details.
§This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by SCE. Ongoing performance bill credits are solely funded by SCE, and initial incentives to join SCE's program are co-funded by SoCalGas under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. The program will continue until funding is exhausted or the program is terminated, whichever comes first. Program is subject to change without notice.