Congratulations for purchasing a programmable thermostat!
Customers who install and set a programmable thermostat properly can save up to $180 per year. Here are some suggested settings for maximum savings to deliver savings without sacrificing comfort.
- During the winter, set your thermostat for 68°F (20°C) while you're awake, and set it lower for when you're away or asleep.
- During the summer, set your thermostat for 78°F (26°C) while you're home, and turn it off when you're away.
To apply for your rebate, gather the following information:
- Account holder name and address
- DTE Energy Account Number – electric and/or gas
- Copy of original receipt
- Model number
- Retailer name
Customer Eligibility: DTE Energy Electric and DTE Energy Natural Gas customers Residential Customers who purchased a qualified programmable thermostat on or after January 1, 2012.
|Customer Rebates||Rebate Amount|
|DTE Energy Electric Customer||$10|
|DTE Energy Gas Customer||$10|
|If both a DTE Energy Electric and DTE Energy Gas Customer||$20|
Limited Funds: Funds for incentives are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Incentive amounts are valid through December 31, 2013. DTE Energy reserves the right not to pay this incentive if funds are not available at the time of application approval or if the form and all the required additional information are not filled out completely and accurately.
Choose your application preference:
Fill out the fields completely, scan or photograph your sales receipt, attach it to the application and submit.
Fill out the application completely by typing your information into the fillable PDF application, print the application, attach a copy of your sales receipt, sign the bottom of the form and mail to:
DTE Energy Programmable Thermostat Rebate
Receive rebate in 4 to 6 weeks
2013 Rebate Program Status
Available funds paid as of
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