For Immediate Release
June 18, 2020
MyHEAT Inc. (MyHEAT) has partnered with Saint John Energy (SJE) to offer their innovative heat loss platform as part of the new Home Heat Saver Program which will be available to homeowners in Saint John later this year.
The partnership, along with federal funding from Natural Resources Canada’s Energy Efficiency program, was officially announced on June 4 during SJE’s 2020 Annual General Meeting. With this funding, SJE will provide the online, interactive MyHEAT platform for homeowners to access information about their home’s heat loss. The platform is the first-of-its-kind in Atlantic Canada and will aim to connect New Brunswick families with available resources to help reduce their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills.
“There are a number of older homes in Saint John, and we know many people struggle with heat loss. We are always looking for ways to bring value to our customers and this project will help customers conserve energy and save money on their power bill,” explained Ryan Mitchell, VP, Saint John Energy. “The Home Heat Saver Program will use innovative aerial heat mapping technology to show customers exactly where heat is escaping their homes. Customers will be able to access the service through our online customer portal this fall.”
The new project with Saint John Energy is adding to MyHEAT’s growing list of partnerships across North America to help advance energy efficiency initiatives. The made-in-Canada solution is helping organizations drive energy savings by making invisible heat loss issues more tangible to homeowners.
“One of the biggest challenges people face when trying to save energy and make their homes more comfortable is knowing where to start,” says MyHEAT CEO, Darren Jones. “We are excited to partner with Saint John Energy to help their customers better understand how much heat is escaping from their homes and what they can do about it.”
MyHEAT provides an online platform that enables customers to view and compare heat escaping from their homes and encourages them to learn more about local resources and incentives. Data is collected using a world-class thermal sensor to identify where heat loss is occurring from each building across an entire service area from a bird’s-eye view. It is then processed using MyHEAT’s proprietary algorithms to create unique heat loss ratings and thermal images. To learn more, visit www.myheat.ca.