ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) will continue to provide strategic and analytic services for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star program under a potential five-year, $94 million blanket purchase agreement.
The company said Monday it received a $5 million initial task order with one base year and three option years.
“We look forward to applying program experience, market insights and strong relationships with key stakeholders, including manufacturers, retailers and utilities, to achieve the program’s current and future goals,” said Anne Choate, a senior vice president and lead for energy, environment and infrastructure at ICF.
The recompete BPA also covers program management, marketing and engineering support for products and programs with Energy Star designation across the commercial, industrial and residential sectors.
EPA and its partners under the agency’s energy-efficiency initiative helped U.S. households save $35 billion in energy costs and 430 billion kilowatt-hours of electric power during 2018, according to ICF.