To participate in the program, you must:

  • Live in a home that’s connected to the Yukon grid*, which includes single-family detached and attached homes, townhouses, and rowhouses.
    • Units within multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs) — such as apartment buildings and condos — must be owned by the occupant and have individual control over their own heat and/or hot water to participate.
  • Live in your home for most of the winter season.
  • Use electricity as your primary heat source for space heating and/or water heating.
  • Have a hot water tank and/or space heating system (baseboards, furnace, etc.) that is compatible with the program’s smart devices.
    • This will be confirmed during the registration process and installation.
    • Existing smart thermostats will be replaced with the Peak Smart Home-approved smart thermostats (removal and installation will be completed by the Peak Smart team free of charge).
  • Have a stable Internet connection. A gateway/hub must be able to connect to the internet router.
  • Provide consent and allow the smart devices to participate in Peak Smart events for a period of five years or until March 2028, whichever comes first.

Unfortunately, rental units are not currently eligible. If you would like to be notified if the program eligibility expands to include rental units, please complete this form and we will notify you of future programs.

Please see the Participant Terms and Conditions for full program details.

*This means people living in Old Crow, Burwash Landing, Destruction Bay, Beaver Creek, or Watson Lake are not eligible to participate in the program.