Take control of comfort
Web-enabled smart thermostats allows users to securely monitor and adjust their business temperatures remotely. In addition to programming and multistage scheduling, smart thermostats have digital temperature sensors, may offer humidity control options, and can store your device’s temperature settings and history online. If you’re using all of the features a smart thermostat offers, you could potentially save up to 50% of your HVAC energy consumption compared with using a standard digital thermostat.
How you qualify
- You must be a PSE commercial electric customer.
- You must be replacing an existing, non-web connected thermostat.
- The systems controlled must serve a single zone and have their own supply fan.
- Customers with BMS/BAS are not eligible.
- Residential metered customers are not eligible. Please visit our residential thermostats page for other options.
- Hotel and motel customers are not eligible for this rebate. Please visit PSE's occupancy-based thermostat rebate page for more information.
Your thermostat must be listed on the Qualified Products List.
Additionally, your thermostat must be programmed to the following specifications:
- Unoccupied temperature setback.
- Fan schedule set to auto mode for unoccupied hours.
- Override duration limited to 3 hours or less.
- Heat pumps must have resistance heat lockout enabled.
To be eligible for PSE’s commercial connected thermostat incentive:
- This rebate is only available for new, qualifying thermostats.
- Your rebate application must be submitted within 60 days of equipment installation.
- Submit a copy of your itemized final invoice, a completed W-9, and photo(s) of your previous thermostat.
How you apply
Eligible projects can receive a mail-in rebate directly from PSE by completing the following steps:
- Fill out the application
- Make a copy of your equipment invoice
Submit all of the above to PSE in one of two ways:
- Email to email@example.com
- Print and mail to the address listed underneath the signature line
The programming capabilities of cloud thermostats are more advanced than those of digital thermostats. They go beyond the 5-2 programming option, offering 365-day programming. You can even schedule special holiday settings for five years out.
History and Analysis
Unlike digital thermostats, cloud devices save the history of HVAC use online. You can access and analyze the stored data to identify use patterns and diagnose failures. In-depth and consistent data recording can help you troubleshoot problems such as imbalanced heating.
You can set notifications to alert you about extreme building temperatures and parts requiring maintenance. Digital models display a limited number of reminders based on HVAC run time or set intervals, but cloud thermostats can send you email alerts based on the live performance and historical performance of the HVAC system.
For personalized advice, contact an Energy Advisor
Or call, 1-800-562-1482