Wi-Fi Enabled Thermostats

Set your level of home comfort and get more control over your energy bill.

Receive a $50 rebate with your new wi-fi enabled thermostat.

How it works

DTE electric and natural gas residential customers who purchase a qualified, wi-fi enabled thermostat after January 1, 2024 may be eligible for a rebate.

You can receive an instant rebate when purchasing a wi-fi enabled thermostat from the DTE Marketplace. Or if you’ve already purchased a wi-fi enabled thermostat, apply for your rebate online. It’s easy:

  1. Fill in the name and address of the DTE account holder and the DTE account number. (Your account number is available on your paper bill or online account).
  2. Include a copy of the original receipt that shows date of purchase, model number, name of the manufacturer and name of the retailer. (Don’t have a digital copy? We also accept pictures of documents taken with your smartphone.)

One rebate per household. A thermostat purchased as part of a bundle must appear as a line item on the invoice or receipt, with the correlated price of the thermostat, to be eligible.

Refurbished or resale units do not qualify for rebate.

Wi-Fi Enabled Thermostat RebatesAmount
Electric Customers $50
Natural Gas Customers$50

Get a rebate on your new, wi-fi enabled thermostat!

Get your rebate faster by applying online! Rebate arrives within 4 to 6 weeks.

Limited Funds Available

Electric Customers


Natural Gas Customers


Rebates funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis and customers are encouraged to apply early, as program funds are limited.

 Thermostats (Wi-Fi)

Cold Weather Savings

Set your thermostat between 68° and 70° when you're home and at 65° or lower when you're away. You can save around 3% on heating costs for each degree you lower your thermostat.


Hot Weather Savings

Adjust your smart thermostat when you are an hour away to pre-cool your home. You’ll arrive home to a comfortable temperature, and you’ve saved energy and money by not continually running your air conditioner when no one was home.

Geofencing for Savings

Some smart thermostats have a geofencing feature that tracks your location by using your smartphone GPS. When you are away, the thermostat automatically adjusts your home temperature to reduce unnecessary energy usage.