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Nest Renew availability

Nest Renew early preview

Nest Renew, a service for compatible Nest thermostats, is rolling out in early preview to customers by invitation.1 Nest Renew Basic will be free. And for $10/month, extend your positive impact even further with Renew Premium by matching your home's estimated fossil fuel-based electricity consumption with renewable energy credits to help choose a clean energy future.2,3

Prioritize cleaner energy

Energy Shift can work with your compatible Nest thermostat to help you automatically prioritize usage of cleaner energy with your heating and cooling. 

Nest Renew also helps you know when the electricity coming into your home is cleaner, and when it’s not so clean, so you can make more informed choices about how you use energy.

  • Both of these features work in the continental US. 
  • These features do not work in Alaska, Hawaii, 90704 or 93042 California zip codes, or the following Maine zip codes: 04013, 04635, 04730, 04732, 04734, 04735, 04736, 04738,04740, 04742, 04745, 04746, 04750, 04751, 04756, 04757, 04758, 04760, 04761, 04762, 04763, 04766, 04769, 04772, 04773, 04775, 04779, 04780, 04783, 04785, 04786, 04787, 04851, and 04852.
Prioritize cheaper energy

To prioritize cheaper energy, Energy Shift can work with your compatible Nest thermostat to help you automatically prioritize usage of less expensive electricity with your heating and cooling. Prioritizing usage of less expensive energy is only available for customers on certain electric utility time-of-use rates. To take advantage of this feature you’ll need to provide your time-of-use rate code in the Nest Renew portal and it must be a time-of-use rate that is supported by Nest Renew.

Customers of the energy companies listed below can prioritize cheaper energy with Energy Shift (if enrolled in the company’s applicable time-of-use rate):

AEP Ohio Kentucky Power
AES Indiana Kentucky Utilities
Alabama Power Lakeland Electric
Alliant Energy - Iowa Lansing Board of Water & Light
Alliant Energy - Wisconsin Lee County Electric Cooperative

Ameren - Missouri

Liberty Utilities - California
Anaheim Public Utilities Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire
Appalachian Power Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Arizona Public Service Louisville Gas and Electric
Austin Energy Madison Gas & Electric
Baltimore Gas & Electric Memphis Light Gas and Water
Berkeley Electric Coop MidAmerican Energy
Burbank Water & Power Minnesota Power
Carroll EMC Modesto Irrigation District
Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative Monroe Electric & Gas
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Montana-Dakota Utilities
Central Maine Power NV Energy
City of Riverside Public Utilities National Grid - Massachusetts
City of Tallahassee Utilities

National Grid - New York

Clay Electric Cooperative New York State Electric and Gas
CoServ Northern Virginia Electric Coop
Cobb Electric Membership Corporation Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Colorado Springs Utilities Orange & Rockland
Connexus Energy PSEG Long Island
Consolidated Edison Pacific Gas & Electric
Consumers Energy Pacific Power
Coweta-Fayette EMC Pasadena Water & Power
DEMCO Peace River Electric Cooperative
DTE Energy Pedernales Electric Cooperative
Dakota Electric Association Penelec
Delmarva Power Piedmont EMC
Dominion Energy - North Carolina Portland General Electric
Dominion Energy - South Carolina Potomac Electric Power Company
Dominion Energy - Virginia Poudre Valley REA
Duke Energy - Florida Public Service Company of New Mexico

Duke Energy - North Carolina

Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Duke Energy - Ohio Public Service Electric & Gas
Duke Energy - South Carolina Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
Duke Energy Progress - North Carolina Reading Muni Light
Duke Energy Progress - South Carolina Rochester Gas & Electric

El Paso Electric

Rocky Mountain Power
Electrical Dist 3 of Pinal Cty Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Entergy - Arkansas Salt River Project
Entergy - Texas San Diego Gas & Electric
Evergy - Kansas Central Santee Cooper
Evergy - Kansas Metro Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation
Evergy - Missouri Metro Silicon Valley Power
Evergy - Missouri West Snohomish Public Utility District
Eversource Energy - Connecticut Southern California Edison
Eversource Energy - New Hampshire Tampa Electric Company
Florida Power & Light The United Illuminating Company
Georgia Power Tucson Electric Power
Glendale Water & Power Turlock Irrigation District
Green Mountain Power United Power
GreyStone Power Wake EMC
Gulf Power Wisconsin Electric Power
Hawaiian Electric Wisconsin Public Service Corporation
Idaho Power Xcel Energy - Colorado
Indiana Michigan Power Xcel Energy - Michigan
Intermountain REA Xcel Energy - Minnesota
JEA Xcel Energy - North Dakota
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation Xcel Energy - South Dakota
Jersey Central Power & Light Xcel Energy - Wisconsin

Nest Renew Premium availability

Nest Renew Premium is currently available by invitation as an early preview for customers served by Portland General Electric (PGE), Puget Sound Energy (PSE), and Salt River Project (SRP). This article will continue to be updated as the early preview of Nest Renew Premium expands and more U.S. markets become available..

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1 Nest Renew requires 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Thermostat E, or the newest Nest Thermostat, connected to a Google account. (Sold separately.)

2 Renew Premium available in select locations.

3 Learn how this is done with renewable energy credits. During the preview phase Nest Renew’s RECs will be sourced from the Bethel Wind in Castro County, TX which also provides renewable energy for Google.

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