Smart Thermostat - Grant application

The purchase and installation of a smart thermostat may allow you to obtain a grant of up to $100* under the terms of this program. The grant from Gaz Métro shall not exceed 75% of the thermostat's purchase price.

Eligibility criteria (limit of one thermostat per customer)

  • You are presently or soon will be a Gaz Métro customer.
  • You live in a residential building (single-family home, duplex, triplex or condo) where the main heating is by natural gas.
  • You buy and install a thermostat that is on the list of eligible models  recognized by Gaz Métro.
  • The thermostat must be connected to a central heating system powered by natural gas.
  • The thermostat must be connected to a local Wi-Fi network to allow remote control of the heating and air conditioning equipment.
  • Customers who have a bi-energy heating system, or whose residence is equipped with a heat pump used for heating, are not eligible.
  • You must submit your grant application within 30 days of the purchase date appearing on the receipt for your smart thermostat.

Fill out the form below

IMPORTANT, all fields with an asterisk "*" are required (including the copy of your smart thermostat bill). Please ensure that they are completed before pressing the "Submit" button.

Section 1 – Customer identification


Section 2 – Information on the purchased and installed smart thermostat


Section 3 – Confirmation

12-06-2016

IMPORTANT, all fields with an asterisk "*" are required (including the copy of your smart thermostat bill). Please ensure that they are completed before pressing the "Submit" button.

1 This program is designed for occupants of residential buildings that have a natural gas central heating system or who wish to connect their homes to the natural gas network. Other conditions may apply. Program conditions and grant amounts may also be subject to change without prior notice. In all cases, the grant will be paid to the holder of Gaz Métro account number.

² 2013 data on secondary energy consumption by end-use in Québec, Natural Resources Canada.