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Reducing your energy use and saving money is easy with a smart thermostat. These Wi-Fi enabled devices learn your heating and cooling preferences and can automatically adjust your home’s temperature based on that learning. They also enable you to control your home’s temperature on the go using a mobile device. Installation is simple, and you can get up to a $100 rebate on select models.* Learn more about why choosing a smart thermostat is such an easy choice with this video.

How to Get a Smart Thermostat Rebate

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Save Money, Improve Comfort and Enjoy the Convenience

When you upgrade to a smart thermostat, you can:

  • Control your home’s temperature and track your energy use with your mobile device.
  • Have your home’s temperature adjusted automatically as your smart thermostat learns your preferences.
  • Save energy and money when you aren’t home.

When you make the switch to a smart thermostat, make sure your properly recycle your old one. Learn more.

Optimizing Your Smart Thermostat

Many thermostat brands offer an option to optimize your smart thermostat. Check your brand manufacturer’s website for more information on how to enroll your thermostat.

Once you’re enrolled, make sure your thermostat is programmed on a schedule. Schedules tell your thermostat what temperature to maintain in your home when you’re there, away or asleep. Scheduling higher temperature settings in the summer and lower temperatures in the winter can help you save more energy. Create your schedule directly on your thermostat or by using your thermostat’s mobile app or web portal.

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*To be eligible for up to a $100 rebate, you must be a BGE residential customer and purchase a new, qualifying smart thermostat. Upon installation, the smart thermostat must control a system with electric or gas heating and/or central air conditioning. Limit three rebates per household.

**If the retailer did not include sales tax in the online transaction, visit the Comptroller of Maryland website for more information.

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