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ICF Wins $10 Million USAID Grant

ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI) won a contract to cover global energy efficiency support for the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The five-year grant contract is worth a potential $10 million.

With the deal in place, the firm will take on energy performance improvement and greenhouse gas mitigation at USAID missions around the world.

“ICF has long been the leading provider of energy efficiency support to government and the private sector in the U.S., and this new success builds on ICF’s unique ability to engage both market players and government in innovative solutions to energy performance and GHG mitigation, ” said David Hathaway, vice president for ICF International. “In China and India, for example, ICF recently has trained more than 5, 000 commercial building operators in low-cost energy efficiency techniques in 10 major cities, engaged large commercial building portfolios in energy performance improvement, and developed approaches to energy performance benchmarking and rating systems.”

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