March 2023: ICF

Building on decades of experience offering a full spectrum of services in the energy space, global consulting and technology services provider ICF has amassed an unparalleled record of planning, designing, and implementing award-winning demand-side management (DSM), electrification, and workforce development programs and portfolios. ICF’s 1,100+ strong energy team brings extensive experience across multiple sectors, technologies, trades, and functions to deliver individual programs or portfolios across residential, low-income, multi-family, commercial, industrial, agricultural, institutional, and government sectors.

Key Energy Efficiency Related Work

ICF currently implements 250+ utility programs across North America for 50+ utilities and other program administrators, including 20+ large integrated energy efficiency portfolios. The company’s teams help clients formulate cost-effective, engaging strategies to drive measurable, equitable outcomes. And deliver programs using proprietary analytics, innovative technology platforms, a dedicated customer service center, and award-winning marketing and engagement.

ICF-supported programs have been recognized as best in class by a range of industry associations, regulatory bodies, utilities, and government agencies, including the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Consortium for Energy Efficiency, Association of Energy Services Professionals, Smart Electric Power Alliance, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, and Chartwell.

Additional Highlights

ICF is the key implementer of innovative DSM programs across Virginia and the mid-Atlantic region including:

  • Implementation support for Washington Gas Virginia CARES and EmPOWER Maryland Energy Efficiency Programs
  • Implementation of Dominion Energy Virginia’s Residential New Construction Program
  • Implementation of EmPOWER Maryland Energy Efficiency Demand Response Programs for Baltimore Gas and Electric, Pepco Holdings, Delmarva Power, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, and Potomac Edison