Heat Smart has partnerships with public and private organizations from Maine to California.


The leaves are about to change. Are your customers?

  • August 10, 2016
  • Heat Smart

As fall approaches, Energy Services Professionals are setting budgets and making plans for the upcoming heating season. Every year, part of the conversation is how to motivate energy behavior change. But even for the most motivated, psychologists say behavior change is a five stage process, and then to expect relapse. That’s why at Heat Smart we believe a whole range of innovative, long-term ideas are required, especially for those who cannot afford new technology solutions.

Heat Smart offers a proven, low-cost solution that customers love, which helps the industry meet their EE goals more effectively. If you don’t already know about the Heat Smart kit, you can learn more here. Our pilot programs have shown that active participation through the use of our kit, reinforced by the real results in their energy bill, leads to lasting behavior change. Here’s just a few of the participant responses.

“With the blankets we were able to turn the heat down to 65 at night and saved a good $20 on the monthly electric bill. I absolutely think I know more about energy savings now than I did before.”

“I turned my thermostat down by 10 degrees and was able to really stay warm. And every month my utility company electricity comparisons showed my use was always way below my neighbors…I had above average savings. I will continue to use the blankets, and keep the heat down at night.”

“I enjoyed everything about the Heat Smart program. I loved the blankets, they kept me warm and helped me sleep better.”

Working in partnership with organizations like yours, we can reach more low-income families and effect real change this winter. Wouldn’t you like to be part of a winning solution?

Heat Smart will be at the AESP Summer Conference in Chicago August 16-18, and we’d love to discuss how we can help you and your organization. If you’re going, stop by Booth 19, or email us to set up a time to meet. If you can’t make it to Chicago but would still like more detail, please email and we will send you more information.

Hope to see you in Chicago!

Energy burden higher for those who can least afford it. 

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