ICF Wins $34 Million in Utilities Contracts

ICF Resources, Inc., a subsidiary of ICF International,  has won two new contracts to develop and implement energy efficiency programs for residential and small business customers for two U.S. based utilities. The two three-year contracts are valued at over $34 million.

ICF will design and implement a comprehensive energy efficiency program, including incentive programs and retrofit packages for existing homes and identifying emerging strategies and applications for energy savings. ICF will also help develop incentives and provide marketing support to encourage the implementation of ENERGY STAR® lighting, appliances, electronics, HVAC equipment, and water heaters in residences, including multifamily homes.

Mike Mernick, ICF senior vice president and energy efficiency expert, said “In today’s uncertain economy, homeowners and businesses are looking for ways to reduce costs and contribute positively to the environment.  ICF understands these concerns and offers a unique approach to addressing program design, marketing, and implementation challenges.”

Phil Mihlmester, ICF senior vice president and energy expert, added “ICF brings world class energy efficiency program design and implementation knowledge and expertise in key technology and analysis areas and we are very pleased with these new contracts.  Our experienced team looks forward to helping with designing and delivering cost-effective programs that improve customer satisfaction and comfort levels, and help the utilities meet their energy efficiency goals.”

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