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Get money back for owning a window air conditioner and control it with WiFi for free

Did you know that ConEd can send you a free device to control your air conditioner with WiFi, and can also give you $30 back if you’ve recently bought a new air conditioner? I didn’t either until my friends Matt & Rose told me (thanks guys)!

How to control your air conditioner with WiFi

ConEd offer a service to everyone as a means of keeping costs down over the summer months and ensuring that air conditioners aren’t left on during the day! Not only that but you also get Cool Points:

Setting up your Smart AC kit or enrolling your Wi-Fi air conditioner helps you earn Cool Points. Every time you participate in Cool Points Hours, you earn more points that can be redeemed for a wide range of gift cards or donate them to charity.

Cool Points Hours are held three to five times throughout the summer on hot days during peak energy use. Your air conditioner may automatically save energy by frequently turning on and off. Your thermostat may also adjust to a comfortable but slightly higher temperature. Opt out anytime.

All you need is: A Con Edison residential electric account, a Wi-Fi network, and a window A/C

To sign up for the Smart A/C Program, just click here! Fill in all the requirements and you’ll earn rewards for keeping things efficient!

Get $30 When You Buy a New ENERGY STAR A/C

ConEd ALSO have another great offer to those who have bought a new Energy Star A/C!

Replace your older room air conditioner with a newer and more energy-efficient model and you can use about 15 percent less energy.

If you’ve got a new unit, click here to head over to the ConEd website for all the details and how to apply!

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