Smart thermostat grant

Designed to optimize your comfort and peace of mind, smart thermostats are an effective way of managing your energy use. The new thermostat is connected to a Wi-Fi network, letting you control your heating and air conditioning system remotely via the Internet or a mobile app.

Benefits of smart thermostat

A household’s average power consumption will vary based on different factors that include weather conditions, the dwelling’s age and size, its number of occupants and the price of fuel. In Québec, heating alone accounts for 64% of a household’s total energy costs.1 Once properly programmed, your smart thermostat will help you reduce your energy consumption. Easy to use, smart thermostats adapt to your lifestyle, affording comfort, flexibility and savings.

Overview - eligible devices

  • Bosch
  • Ecobee 
  • Emerson 
  • Honeywell 
  • Lennox 
  • Nest 
  • Trane 
  • Venstar 

Up to $100

Gaz Métro will pay you an incentive of up to $100 when you install a smart thermostat and participate in the program (the grant may not exceed 75% of the cost of the device)².

 How to get the grant

- See the list of eligible devices.
- Buy a smart thermostat and install it yourself or find a Gaz Métro Authorized Partner to do it.
- Fill out and send the grant request application form.

Installation tips

  • Before buying a smart thermostat, make sure it is compatible with your heating/air conditioning system.
  • For your safety and in accordance with the warranty, the thermostat must be installed according to the manufacturer’s specifications
  • You have 30 days after the purchase date appearing on your receipt to apply for the grant.

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.