Energy Rebates 2021:
Smart Thermostats

A smart thermostat installed in your home is informative and accurate. A properly working learning thermostat can help save you 8 to 12% on your annual energy bill. Not only does it make your home life easier, but it also puts you in control of managing your home’s energy use.

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There are many benefits to smart thermostats, helping you control your environment while saving you money:
  • Movement Sensors – sensors can detect when people are active in the house. This allows the thermostat to note the times when you and your family are in the house (mornings, evenings, etc.) and when you are gone, which helps with programming.

  • Learning – learning features come built-in most models. The thermostat can “learn” when people are active and when cooling/heating needs to be on, then optimize schedules accordingly.

  • Remote Control from Your Smart Phone – smart thermostats come with partnered apps that you download on mobile devices. These apps allow you to check the thermostat anywhere you have a data/Wi-Fi connection, and change the temperature if necessary.

  • Tracking and Reporting Energy Use – A smart thermostat also provides energy reports about how much power you are using. Also, they show how your energy use has changed over time, and how much this is likely to cost you.

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Install a Smart Thermostat and get a rebate in Iowa

MidAmerican Energy

Rebate = $75/unit

More info from MidAmerican Energy

MidAmerican Energy Rebate Form

Alliant Energy

Rebate = $200/unit on Existing Homes (five years or older)
Rebate = $120/unit on New Homes (less than five years old)

More info from Alliant Energy

Alliant Energy Rebate Form

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2021-01-18T18:05:05+00:00