Induction Cooktop Loaner Program

Borrow an Induction Cooktop Today

Morgan Hill residents can borrow a deluxe Induction Cooktop Loaner Kit at no cost for a 2-week period to experience the lifestyle and environmental benefits of decarbonization by converting from gas to induction stovetops. 

The transition from gas appliances to electric appliances is a key part of our City's Climate Action Plan.

How Does It Work?

Induction cooking uses electromagnets to directly heat up its hot plate surface, referred to as burner in traditional gas stove. Electromagnetism allows for quicker heating, a safer cooking surface, more control on cooking temperatures, and reduced amounts of indoor air pollution. 


Read through our English or Spanish Induction Cooktop Loaner Program FAQ to learn more about induction cooking and our Induction Cooktop Loaner Kit. 

Want To Get Started?

Check out a kit today by filling out the Induction Cooktop Loaner Program Form. You'll receive a confirmation email about a pickup date.

For questions and concerns, please call 408-310-4169 or email us at

The Induction Cooktop Loaner Kit 

  • 1 NuWave Gold Precision Induction Cooktop
  • Set of Cookware, 1 pot and 1 pan with corresponding lids
  • Magnet to check induction compatibility with your own pots/pans
  • Induction Cooktop User Guide
  • Recipe Book
  • Rebate information about electrifying your home
  • Insulated Cooler Bag for your trip to the grocery store

Upon return of your Induction Cooktop Loaner Kit, you will receive a FREE insulated cooler bag to take home!

Rebates and Incentives

BayREN offers up to $250 for replacing your current natural gas stove with an induction electric range (no hybrid) or cooktop. For more information, visit The Switch is On website

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) offers a $50 rebate on an induction cooktop through the SVCE Appliances Assistant.

In 2024, the Inflation Reduction Act will offer up to $840 on electrification rebates. Find more information about electrification rebates on the Rewiring America website.