About MyHEAT

MyHEAT uses aerial heat loss maps of buildings to get customers excited about energy efficiency, and drive increased program enrollment.

How Do Thermal Heat Loss Maps Work?

With 16+ years of peer-reviewed scientific and commercial experience, MyHEAT is an expert in aerial thermal infrared heat loss mapping. Here’s a 90 second video to explain how it works.

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A Unique Building Profile For Every Customer

A screenshot of a MyHEAT Home Profile in a laptop device frame

While MyHEAT maps thousands or millions of buildings at a time, each and every customer is given their unique Building Profile. 

The Building Profile is interactive, and helps to engage, educate and empower customers to understand heat loss, and enroll directly in relevant utility energy efficiency programs.

Imagery Drives Action; Ratings Enable Targeting

See where heat loss occurs

A colored map of a building rooftop shows where heat loss may be leaking from the building.

See how much heat loss occurs

A rating of 1-10 helps you understand how much heat loss may be leaking from a building.

Actionable Building Insights, Millions At A Time

Gif animation of aerial view of New York Heat Loss Map

The MyHEAT Hub provides detailed heat loss insights and ratings for thousands of buildings at time. 

Utilities, contractors and trade allies can use this view to quickly identify neighborhoods with high heat loss, and begin to do precise customer segmentation and targeting. 

Comparing aerial heat loss insights to in-home energy assessment

Aerial thermal heat loss imagery is an incredibly powerful tool to detect causes of home heat loss.

An experienced and independent home energy auditor compared MyHEAT heat loss imagery to their own in-home energy assessments.

Learn how SJE used Heat Loss Maps to drive their heat pump rental program.

Municipal Gas & Electric Utility sees 2.4X energy reduction compared to control group.

A discussion with ACEEE, National Grid New York and MyHEAT about NPAs in NY