California Residents Can Now Claim Google Nest Thermostats, FREE! Plus Monthly Cash Payments If Enrolled...

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Residents of Silicon Valley and the greater Bay Area will be enjoying the privilege's of living in the tech capitol of the country, as customers of California's biggest power company PG&E can now claim a Google Nest, or WiFi smart plug and cash - all free.

Now In Northern, and Southern California...

No longer just for Silicon Valley - the program is now covering the entire state and supporting customers of the top 3 energy providers, PG&E, SDG&E or Southern California Edison - so millions more can now participate! 

It's part of Green California, with energy startup OHMConnect heading it up.

City Mayors Partner With Program To Prevent Blackouts This Summer...

Each participating city will be allotted 25,000 free smart thermostats to be distributed to local households who choose to participate. 

Oakland Mayor Schaaf said "OhmConnect has created a win-win-win that works for every household. It's free to sign up for OhmConnect. When you sign up, you'll get a free smart thermostat that will reduce your energy use at times of peak demand. Then you will get paid for these energy savings and you'll decrease your utility bill while helping the state prevent blackouts."

San Jose's Mayor is on board as well, Sam Liccardo states "OhmConnect's free smart thermostats provide an innovative solution to the catastrophic impacts of blackouts throughout California, by relieving the stress on our electricity grid amid spikes of peak power usage."

"Joining OhmConnect, Fresno residents can actually get paid to save energy. Let's do our part to prevent blackouts - and get paid for doing it!"
added Fresno Mayor Dyer.

Local News Announcing The Program With CA Mayors...

Then Participants Will Start Receiving Monthy Cash Payments...

OHMConnect has already paid Californian's $14 million to save energy. That's because the program pays residents for saving energy when the grid is at risk of using dirty power.

Rather than having power companies fire up gas or coal backups - users will receive a text message asking them to lower their usage. There's no penalty if they don't - but there's cash if they do.

If you're located in Northern California, you can claim your freebies and join the program at

Author: Don Kennedy
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