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HONEYWELL® THERMOSTAT REBATE PROGRAM
Honeywell® Wifi-enabled Thermostats can receive up to $500 in rebates. It’s easy!
South Fork Peak Savers has teamed up with Honeywell to bring savings to Long Island’s South Fork. By enrolling in the Connected Savings thermostat program, existing Honeywell customers are eligible to receive rebates and rewards.
Honeywell Program Eligibility
You must be a PSEG Long Island Account Owner
Devices must be installed in one of the communities we serve
You must have an active Honeywell account
Thermostats must be registered with Honeywell
Compatible central air conditioning unit
A Wi-Fi internet connection
How the Connected Savings Program Works
When you sign up for Connected Savings, you allow Honeywell to make minor, short-term adjustments to your air conditioning via your wi-fi thermostat. This small change (usually 1-3°) reduces power use during periods of high demand for electricity and reduces strain on the electric grid. In most cases, you won’t notice adjustments to the central air conditioning system, or your comfort. And you’ll always have ultimate control. Using less power pays off! You’ll have lower bills and it provides stable costs for everyone since this small change reduces the need to build additional infrastructure.
“So, we love our FREE Nests and the fact that this program is helping to reduce energy use on the East End especially during the summer season. It’s nice to participate in helping keep the electric use down – without even noticing it!”
“By simply signing up for Nest’s Rush Hour rewards program through South Fork Peak Savers, I received a check for $250! The process was easy, non-intrusive and most importantly, I’m helping my community reduce the peak electric demand. I found the Eco feature to be great and the fact that it uses my iPhone to know I’m almost home is very cool.”
“The South Fork Peak Savers program is an easy and effective way for every South Fork household to make a difference that saves energy and lowers their electric bill. It’s like getting paid twice to do the right thing.”