Ditch the gas-powered lawn mower and save money with a new program

Learn about CPS Energy’s mow down smog program, which offers rebates for replacing gas-powered tools.

Flyers for CPS Energy's Smart Savings program for San Antonio residents.

Learn about all the ways to save money by going electric, from your car to your lawn mower.

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Who doesn’t love saving money? CPS Energy is offering home owners rebates for replacing their gas-guzzling lawn tools with greener versions thanks to its Mow Down Smog Program. Here’s how the program works: Purchase an electrified lawn tool, and you can earn up to $60 bill credit on your next energy statement. It’s that easy.

Check out the qualifying tools as well as their rebate amounts:

  • Cordless Mower (battery powered or push): $60
  • Corded mower: $30
  • String trimmer: $15
  • Edger: $15
  • Blower: $15
  • Hedge trimmer: $15

To redeem the rebate, the items must be purchased between March 1, 2024 through August 31, 2024. Residents must be a CPS Energy customer and fill out this form (here’s the Spanish version).

Looking for more ways to save some green while going green? Mow-sey on over to our cost effective home improvement guide.