The Smart Home

2018 HPC National Conference Session

Low Income Opportunities in the Smart Home

Thursday, April 26
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Franklin 3 (4th Floor)
CEUs: BPI, InterNachi, NARI, ASHI

The past five years has witnessed a proliferation of smart home technology, ranging from thermostats to video cameras to doorbells. Some of this technology, specifically smart thermostats, has the ability to save customers significant amounts of money on their heating and cooling bills. But, how can the people who would most benefit from these savings, low and moderate income customers, access these technologies which can have high upfront costs? This panel will explore how smart home companies have partnered with utilities to expand access to smart home technology using the examples from state pilot programs.

Dave Bend



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Tom McAteer

Program Manager
CMC Energy

Tom McAteer is a Program Manager with CMC Energy. He helps lead a team of over 40 individuals delivering $14M of services through 15,000 audits per year for two utility contracts. He is a PA State Certified Energy Auditor, Building Performance Institute BA, ENV, MF, QCI certified, holds a Masters in Education, is a Doctoral Student and the primary energy educator for CMC Energy in PA. CMC has offices in PA, NJ, CT, MA, and MD.


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