white-right-arrowOur Mission

American Home Energy Corporation (AHEC) and American Energy Corporation (AEC) are committed to helping customers use less energy, lower their utility bills, and reduce their carbon footprint.

white-right-arrowOur Beginnings

Our Founder and CEO, Matthew Stewart, launched American Home Energy Corporation (AHEC) in 2010 and American Energy Corporation (AEC) in 2011. Armed with a mechanical engineering degree from University of Maryland, Matt was inspired to promote energy savings through his prior experience with the Income Eligible Energy Efficiency Program, which connects low-income tenants and homeowners to comprehensive energy audits. Building on this foundation, Matt had a vision to offer energy-saving opportunities through the entire Mid-Atlantic community. AHEC and AEC have both flourished thanks to word-of-mouth advertising and customer loyalty. We are grateful for the opportunity to help residential and commercial customers save energy, save money, and save the environment.

white-right-arrowAmerican Home Energy Corporation (AHEC)

AHEC serves residential homeowners as well as tenants, residential property managers, and real estate companies. We are a participating trade ally in the Pepco Holdings, Inc. (PHI) energy-savings programs. Our trade ally status allows us to perform residential energy audits in accordance with the EmPOWER Maryland energy-efficiency programs. Additionally, we are an approved participating contractor of the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility’s (DESEU) Energize Delaware initiative. Through these programs, AEC has performed more than 3,300 audits in multi-family units and single-family homes.

Our residential energy auditors are thoroughly trained in residential energy auditing. Each auditor possesses a Building Analyst and Building Envelope Certification through the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Learn more about our auditors on our Team page.

white-right-arrowAmerican Energy Corporation (AEC)

AEC focuses on commercial and nonprofit organizations including government, retail outlets, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, municipalities, churches, and fire departments. We are a participating trade ally in the PHI and BGE commercial and small business energy-savings programs. As such, we are approved to work with commercial and small business customers in accordance with the EmPOWER Maryland energy-efficiency programs. Additionally, we are an approved participating contractor of the DNREC Energy Efficiency Investment Fund.

Our commercial and small business energy auditors have Energy Auditor Certifications through the Association of Energy Engineers. Learn more about our auditors on our Team page.

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