ICF International Wins $7.4M Energy Efficiency Contract

ICF International, Inc. (NASDAQ:ICFI), has won a new contract with a U.S. based utility to design and implement energy efficiency programs for residential and commercial customers.  The three-year contract is worth $7.4 million.

Mike Mernick, ICF senior VP and energy efficiency expert, said of the contract “We have established strong working relationships with important customer groups, state regulatory commissions, government and energy officials, and key trade allies, as well as with manufacturers and distributors for ready access to major energy-saving technologies.  ICF’s ability to bring the full spectrum of turnkey support to our work is a major consideration for our clients.”

Phil Mihlmester, ICF senior VP for Energy, Climate, and Transportation, added “ICF has extensive experience providing end-to-end services to utilities and government agencies.  We are deeply committed to helping our clients meet complex energy-efficiency challenges with innovative solutions.”

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