Boucher Energy Systems, Inc. has been selected as the exclusive air source heat pump installer for the HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard Program.  After reviewing eleven proposals, the HeatSmart Bolton Harvard team announced the selection of Boucher Energy Systems, Inc. and Bill Wenzel Heating & Air Conditioning, as the partner air-source heat pump and ground-source heat pump installers, respectively.

This program is the latest community clean energy initiative to help residents and businesses of Bolton and Harvard save money on their energy bills, while also reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. It provides education on the purchase of high-efficiency air- and ground-source heat pumps and the heat pumps are installed at a special discounted price. Two “Meet the Installer” kickoff events will be held in early March. At the kickoff events, residents will be able to meet with installers and volunteers and ask questions about the technology, process, and pricing.

HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard is part of the HeatSmart Mass Pilot Program supported by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. The HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard team also receives technical support from the Cadmus Group, an international consulting firm with decades of experience supporting the development of clean energy projects in Massachusetts.

HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard is organized by volunteers from the two communities with support from the Bolton and Harvard town governments. The outreach efforts are being led by HeatSmart coaches in each community. They will guide through the HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard process and provide the information needed to make the best decision for residents and businesses.

Email HeatSmart Bolton/Harvard coaches Tony and Eric at for more information.

HeatSmart Bolton Harvard launch date is February 26, 2018.