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Nest Thermostat for $0 and free shipping & handling after self install rebate for PG&E customers

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Nest Thermostat $0.00 after self install rebate for Pacific Gas & Electric customers in California.

http://homeenergyrewardsshop.com/...hermostat/
Smart Home Compatibility:Amazon Alexa, Wink, Google Assistant, SmartThings, IFTT
Geofencing:Yes
Remote Sensors:Capable
Warranty:1 Year Limited
Adjustable Schedule:Yes
Maintenance Alerts and Reminders:Yes
Activity and Motion Sensors:Yes
Energy Usage Reports:Yes
Built-in Voice Control:No
Wi-Fi Enabled and Remote Access:Yes
Learns Habits Over Time:No
Auto-Away:Yes
category:thermostat

Self Installation Rebate:$100.00
Price After Rebate:$0.00
Price At Checkout:$100.00

Receive a $100.00 rebate in the mail after you install the thermostat yourself, activate it, and connect it online. No additional steps are necessary.

Limit one thermostat per household. Not eligible for additional smart thermostat PG&E rebates.

Similarly , Nest learning Thermostat for $99 after rebate.
http://homeenergyrewardsshop.com/...hermostat/

Other rebates on Ecobee thermostat, etc.

http://homeenergyrewardsshop.com/shop-all/

This energy efficiency program is funded by California utility customers and administered though PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. The program is implemented and managed by Franklin Energy and their authorized representatives. "PG&E" is a registered trademark of PG&E Corporation. PG&E is not responsible for any other content, names or marks in these program materials.

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"Thank you for your interest in PG&E's Home Energy Rewards.
Unfortunately, customers with solar panels are not eligible."
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Seems slick... what's the catch with this website? Anyone order from them?
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Don't get Slammed. Be careful: https://www.nydailynews.com/news/...e-1.350235

They are a power broker and by providing them with your info, they will switch you over to their services (using PG&E wires/pipes) but with their own service charges.
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Never heard of this company, but UGI gas gives you $100 instant rebates off of smart thermostats of your choice. UGI electric seems to only give you $50 off for some odd reason.

https://www.ugi.com/rebates-for-h...ermostats/

https://www.ugi.com/rebates-for-h...at-rebate/
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You have to be a PG&E customer for this.
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I got a $50 rebate last year for installing a smart thermostat (Sensi). Its not the best, so I was wondering if I am able to jump on this deal. Not sure if the rebate is a different one or not.
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Is it only for California residents?
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I got a $50 rebate last year for installing a smart thermostat (Sensi). Its not the best, so I was wondering if I am able to jump on this deal. Not sure if the rebate is a different one or not.
yeah I'm in a similar boat. I got the Ecobee last year and got the $50 rebate. I'm annoyed with Ecobee because it lacks multi-user geofencing, so I'm thinking of switching to a Nest.

I noticed it says: "Limit one thermostat per household. Not eligible for additional smart thermostat PG&E rebates." so probably not.

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Receive a $100.00 rebate in the mail after you install the thermostat yourself, activate it, and connect it online.
Why is that a requirement? Are they going to monitor usage?
Of course to get the most out of the Nest, you'll want to connect it to Wifi.
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Why is that a requirement? Are they going to monitor usage?
Of course to get the most out of the Nest, you'll want to connect it to Wifi.
Getting this for my parents
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Don't get Slammed. Be careful: https://www.nydailynews.com/news/...e-1.350235

They are a power broker and by providing them with your info, they will switch you over to their services (using PG&E wires/pipes) but with their own service charges.
Nothing on earth is "free"
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Why is that a requirement? Are they going to monitor usage?
Of course to get the most out of the Nest, you'll want to connect it to Wifi.
Not positive, but I understand you'll have to allow PG&E to monitor the thermostat and allow them to control it "as needed"
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