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SRP Offers Black Friday Deals on Google Nest Products

Best Place to Find Energy-Saving Devices Is SRP Marketplace Site

SRP is offering a convenient way for customers to find good deals on energy-efficient and water-saving products for their homes. SRP Marketplace (www.srpmarketplace.com) will have specials for Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, so residential customers can get special manufacturer discounts or instant SRP rebates on select devices.

Customers can instantly save up to $95 on a Smart Thermostat from ecobee, Emerson, Google Nest and Honeywell, plus get a $75 bill credit if they enroll in SRP’s Bring Your Own Thermostat Program at srpnet.com/byot. Other deals include other Google products such as $50 off a Google Nest Hub, $20 off a Google Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm and $30 off Google Smart Light Start Kit.


More than 200 products are available for purchase, including LED light bulbs, smart thermostats, digital assistants and showerheads.

Through the online store, SRP strives to offer its customers choices for the best and most energy-efficient products on the market to save energy and money in their homes. Customers can also use the SRP Marketplace Holiday Gift Guide at srpconnect.com for each product category to learn how each item will help them reduce energy and water consumption.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals will begin on Thanksgiving Day at srpmarketplace.com and will vary by manufacturer through early December. SRP customers are encouraged to check back often as the deals do change.

Uplight — the utility industry’s leading e-commerce platform-provider — hosts srpmarketplace.com and manages special promotions offered by manufacturers, as well as customer support, shipping and transactions.


About SRP

SRP is a community-based, not-for-profit public power utility and the largest provider of electricity in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, serving more than 1 million customers. SRP also is the metropolitan area’s largest supplier of water, delivering about 800,000 acre-feet annually to municipal, urban and agricultural water users.