Utilities Kingston offers $100 credit on smart thermostats

This program is for residential customers who receive natural gas services from Utilities Kingston

In response to rising natural gas prices around the world and with the heating season on our doorstep, Utilities Kingston is offering a $100 bill credit on the purchase of smart thermostats to its natural gas customers.

The increases to natural gas prices are related to the resurgence of the economy, which increased energy demand.

“We want to help our customers save energy.  A smart thermostat helps you conserve the energy used to heat or cool your home and saves you money on your biggest home energy cost,” says Kevin McCauley, Chief Customer and Technology Officer for Utilities Kingston.

Smart thermostats use motion and occupancy sensors to automatically adjust temperatures and maximize energy-efficiency.  Users can also adjust the thermostat remotely via WiFi.

“Getting a smart thermostat is a great step you can take to reduce energy-related greenhouse gas emissions. Conservation also extends the life of utility infrastructure,” says McCauley.

Residents who receive natural gas services from Utilities Kingston can find out more and apply online at UtilitiesKingston.com/MultiUtility/SmartThermostats

How It Works

  • This program is for smart thermostats purchased and installed on or after October 29, 2021.
  • Buy and install a smart thermostat that meets the technical requirements.
  • Complete the online application and send proof of payment to Utilities Kingston.
  • If you are eligible, Utilities Kingston will apply a credit of $100 to your utility account. (You must receive natural gas services from Utilities Kingston.)

Subject to additional terms and conditions. Review the complete eligibility requirements and find answers to frequently asked questions at UtilitiesKingston.com/MultiUtility/SmartThermostats

More home heating help is available at https://utilitieskingston.com/News/Article/home-heating-bills-help

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  • Dinah Jansen
    published this page in News 2021-12-06 11:36:41 -0500