Smart Thermostat - Low Voltage Rebate

*Primary heat source must be electric and thermostat must be communicating; customer access to set points and schedule from anywhere using a smart device (phone, tablet or computer).

$50 Rebate

Available on purchases made Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2024

Rebate Form | Participating Retailers | Participating Utilities

4 Ways to Receive Your $50 Rebate on a Low Voltage Smart Thermostat:

    Click here to apply for your rebate through our easy online form!
    Complete a paper rebate form (download here) and mail it to the address on the form.
    Pick up a paper rebate form at a participating retailer while shopping for an eligible smart thermostat in person.
    Contact a participating HVAC contractor and they will install your new Smart Thermostat and submit the rebate for you.

Important Notes:

  • You must be a residential retail customer of a participating utility.
  • Qualifying equipment does not include reconditioned or resale equipment.
  • Include a copy of the sales receipt on the rebate form.
  • Expect your rebate check in 8–10 weeks. If you enter a valid email address on your rebate application, additional payment options will be available (including both digital and physical prepaid cards.)
  • For questions about the status of your rebate, please call 1-855-669-8196.
  • Offer valid on purchases made January 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024. Offer expires 12/31/2024.
  • If submitted via mail, rebate request must be postmarked no later than January 15, 2025. Late submissions will not be accepted.
  • Valid only on select qualified appliances (reconditioned or resale equipment is not eligible).
  • Qualifying appliances must be installed within the service area of Minnesota Power or a participating municipal utility.
  • This rebate offer cannot be combined with another offer from Minnesota Power and/or participating municipal utilities.
  • Actual rebate amount may vary- visit for current promotional rebates.
  • Minnesota Power does not warrant the performance of installed equipment expressly or implicitly. Offer subject to change without prior notice. Any other use constitutes fraud.
  • One rebate per product purchased.
  • Minnesota Power is not responsible for lost, late, or undelivered responses.
  • Fraudulent submissions could result in federal prosecution.
  • Rebate cannot exceed purchase price of the product and rebate has no cash value.
  • Please retain a copy of submitted documents for your records.
  • Commercial customers must include a copy of their W9 with this rebate application.
  • By applying, you understand that we may contact you with matters relating to your rebate.

Smart thermostats are a great way to save energy on your heating and cooling costs. Before purchasing a new thermostat, make sure you know what type of thermostat will be compatible with your current setup.

Low voltage thermostats are the most common type of thermostats. These systems are best with controlling a central heating system. Generally, if your house has ducts and has one central thermostat for both air conditioning and heating, it is most likely you’d have a low voltage thermostat. These typically run at 24V and control the heating system’s blowers, fans, and pumps (but do not power them).

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