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Nest thermostats learn what temperatures you like so they can keep you comfortable and help you save energy. With Rush Hour Rewards, you can get rewarded for using less energy when everyone else is using more. And, by enrolling, your Nest thermostat can do it for you automatically, but you will always remain in control.
Residential and commercial customers of SDG&E will receive a $50 incentive for signing up for Rush Hour Rewards. As a residential customer if you stay enrolled with SDG&E through the season, you’ll receive an additional $20.
You need to be an SDG&E customer with central air conditioning to participate.
SDG&E will give you a $50 incentive for signing up for Rush Hour Rewards. As a residential customer you’ll receive an additional $20 after the season ends if you stay enrolled.
- There can be multiple rush hour events throughout the year. Rush hour events can consist of a pre-cooling period in the summer or pre-heating period in the winter to make your home more comfortable and a period of time when your energy usage is reduced.
- Energy rush hours can occur at any time of year between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
- There can be multiple rush hour events per day.
- In the unlikely situation of a critical need on the electric grid, SDG&E may need to call a critical rush hour event. Critical rush hour events can occur at any time of day.
Your program details may differ based on your program provider. Additional details may be found on your program provider’s website.
Here's how it works:
Rush hour events happen when there’s unusually high demand on the grid. During these events, your Nest thermostat will adjust your home’s temperature by up to 4 degrees F, helping you to use less energy on heating or cooling during that time. If you start to feel uncomfortable, you can stop participating at any time by changing the temperature.