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Nest Renew availability

Nest Renew is a service for compatible Nest thermostats available in the continental United States excluding the zip codes listed below.1  Nest Renew Basic is free. For $10/month, you can extend your positive impact even further with Renew Premium by matching the fossil fuel electricity used in your home with enough clean energy to cover the average U.S. household. This is done with purchases of renewable energy credits from U.S. wind and solar.2,3

  • Nest Renew is not available 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.

Nest Renew, Basic and Premium, are available to anyone who lives in an eligible zip code in the continental US, has a compatible Nest thermostat, and a migrated Google Account.

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.

  • 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

Lansing Board of Water & Light

AES Indiana

Lee County Electric Cooperative

Alabama Power

Liberty Utilities - California

Alliant Energy - Iowa

Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire

Alliant Energy - Wisconsin

Lincoln Electric System

Ameren - Missouri

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Anaheim Public Utilities

Louisville Gas and Electric

Appalachian Power

Madison Gas & Electric

Arizona Public Service

Memphis Light Gas and Water

Austin Energy

MidAmerican Energy

Baltimore Gas & Electric

Minnesota Power

Berkeley Electric Coop

Modesto Irrigation District

Black Hills Energy

Monroe Electric & Gas

Burbank Water & Power

Montana-Dakota Utilities

Carroll EMC

National Grid - Massachusetts

Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative

National Grid - New York

Central Hudson Gas & Electric

New York State Electric and Gas

Central Maine Power

Northern Virginia Electric Coop

City of Riverside Public Utilities

NV Energy

City of Tallahassee Utilities

Ohio Edison

Clay Electric Cooperative

Oklahoma Gas & Electric

Cobb Electric Membership Corporation

Orange & Rockland

Colorado Springs Utilities

Orlando Utilities Comm

Commonwealth Edison

Pacific Gas & Electric

Connexus Energy

Pacific Power

Consolidated Edison

Pasadena Water & Power

Consumers Energy

Peace River Electric Cooperative

CoServ

PECO

Coweta-Fayette EMC

Pedernales Electric Cooperative

Dakota Electric Association

Penelec

Delmarva Power

Piedmont EMC

DEMCO

Portland General Electric

Dominion Energy - North Carolina

Potomac Electric Power Company

Dominion Energy - South Carolina

Poudre Valley REA

Dominion Energy - Virginia

PSEG Long Island

DTE Energy

Public Service Company of New Mexico

Duke Energy - Florida

Public Service Company of Oklahoma

Duke Energy - North Carolina

Public Service Electric & Gas

Duke Energy - Ohio

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Duke Energy - South Carolina

Reading Muni Light

Duke Energy Progress - North Carolina

Rochester Gas & Electric

Duke Energy Progress - South Carolina

Rocky Mountain Power

El Paso Electric

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Electrical Dist 3 of Pinal Cty

Salt River Project

Entergy - Arkansas

San Diego Gas & Electric

Entergy - Texas

Santee Cooper

Evergy - Kansas Central

Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation

Evergy - Kansas Metro

Silicon Valley Power

Evergy - Missouri Metro

Snohomish Public Utility District

Evergy - Missouri West

South River Electric Membership Corporation

Eversource Energy - Connecticut

Southern California Edison

Eversource Energy - New Hampshire

Tampa Electric Company

Florida Power & Light

The Illuminating Company

Georgia Power

The United Illuminating Company

Glendale Water & Power

Toledo Edison

Green Mountain Power

Tucson Electric Power

GreyStone Power

Turlock Irrigation District

Gulf Power

United Power

Hawaiian Electric

Versant Power

Idaho Power

Wake EMC

Indiana Michigan Power

Wisconsin Electric Power

Intermountain REA

Wisconsin Public Service Corporation

Jackson Electric Membership Corporation

Xcel Energy - Colorado

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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 A Renew Premium $10/month subscription is required. .

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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