Utility Rebates for Programmable Thermostats in the Upper Midwest

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Your thermostat had to be purchased by November 30, 2010 to qualify for the Honeywell rebate. You have until December 31, 2010 to mail in your rebate. If you have not yet purchased a thermostat, check below to see if your utility company offers additional rebates with different deadlines.

These are the rebate programs CERTs knows of that are offered by utilities in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. They are listed by state first and then in alphabetical order by utility name, so scroll down to see what, if any, rebates you can get from your utility for purchasing and installing a new programmable thermostat.

After you check on the utility rebates, be sure to download your Honeywell rebate for additional savings!

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If your utility has a rebate program that is not listed here, please add it below in the Comment Form.


Iowa

 
Alliant Energy (see cities served by Alliant)
Rebate for half of cost, up to $25
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (866) 255-4268 with questions.
Copy of proof of purchase (UPC code) or model number along with copy of receipt required.
Download reminder

Black Hills Energy
$25 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call 888-567-0799 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder


Minnesota

 
Alliant Energy (see cities served by Alliant)
Rebate for half of cost, up to $25
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (866) 255-4268 with questions.
Copy of proof of purchase (UPC code) or model number along with copy of receipt required.
Download reminder

Austin Utilities
$25 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (507) 433–8886 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder

Great Plains Natural Gas (see cities served by Great Plains)
$20 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (877) 267-4764 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder

Greater Minnesota Gas, Inc.
$20 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (507) 934-3411 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder

Hutchinson Utilities Commission
$15 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (320) 587-4746 with questions.
ORIGINAL receipt required. Download reminder

Minnesota Energy Resources (see cities served by MERC)
Half of cost, up to $40 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (800) 889-9508 with questions.
ORIGINAL proof of purchase (UPC code) and copy of receipt required. You will need to make a copy of your proof of purchase (UPC code) to send to Honeywell. Download reminder

New Ulm Public Utilities
$20 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (507) 359-8264 with questions.
Copy of proof of purchase (UPC code) and copy of receipt required. Download reminder

Owatonna Public Utilities
$25 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (507) 451–2480 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder


North Dakota

 
There are currently no rebates for programmable thermostats in North Dakota that we know of. If you know of one, please add a comment below to let us know about it!


South Dakota

 
Montana-Dakota Utilities
$20 Rebate
Click here to download a PDF of the rebate form
Call (800) 638-3278 with questions.
Copy of receipt required. Download reminder


Wisconsin

 
There are currently no rebates for programmable thermostats via Wisconsin’s Focus on Energy. For more about programmable thermostats and other programs, please click here: Focus on Energy – Programmable Thermostats

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Please tell us the utility name, website, rebate amount, a specific link to the rebate, and a phone number people can call for more information.

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