Pacific Power Gives Customers the Power to Save

June 25, 2018

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YAKIMA, Wash. — While July is the time of year for backyard barbecues and summer fun, Pacific Power is enticing customers in Washington to improve their indoor climate with a great deal on smart thermostats. Thanks to a special offer from Nest, now through July 8, customers with electric heating can save up to $100 on a new Nest thermostat – and get a free Google Home Mini.

To save, simply combine Pacific Power’s $50 incentive with built-in discounts from Nest: an additional $20 off a Nest Thermostat E or $50 off a Nest Learning Thermostat. This offer is available at select retailers and online at nest.com. For those who prefer another brand, the $50 incentive can also be used toward ecobee smart thermostats.

By optimizing a home’s climate for maximum comfort and efficiency, a smart thermostat can save over $50 a year on heating and cooling costs. It also offers an array of convenient features, including connectivity with other smart devices like the Google Home Mini, occupancy sensors, energy use tracking and more. For more details about smart thermostats and this limited-time offer, please visit pacificpower.net/smart.

 

$50 incentive is available for electric-heated homes served by Pacific Power. Limit one incentive per household. Submit an application online or by mail within 90 days of purchase. Google Home Mini funding available through July 8, 2018, with purchase of Nest Learning Thermostat or Nest Thermostat E. Applies to black and white Google Home Mini SKUs.

In Oregon, incentives for smart thermostats are offered through Energy Trust of Oregon.