About ICF

Duncan Rotherham

Vice President, Beneficial Electrification
With nearly 25 years of experience, Duncan is an energy and carbon markets expert helping industry, government, and utility clients with climate action and decarbonization policy and planning.

Duncan leads our electrification business and Canadian commercial energy operations. He’s an expert in energy and carbon markets, focusing on climate action and decarbonization policy and planning for industry and utilities. With nearly 25 years of experience, he supports international, national, and sub-national governments in deploying climate and energy policy design. Duncan also oversees decarbonization analysis and corporate strategy development and implementation work with electric and gas utilities, oil and gas, and a broad spectrum of heavy industrials.

Most recently, Duncan built our energy efficiency advisory and program delivery business in Canada, leveraging his experience in energy supply and demand and markets. He’s a gas and electric utility resource planning and regulatory support specialist providing acquisition support to private equity and independent power producers and sellers of generation assets, energy efficiency, and demand-side management.

Guiding strategy and sales for our electrification advisory and programmatic businesses, Duncan helps utilities and local governments grow load, attract new customers, and reinforce the grid while enhancing revenue, reducing emissions, and strengthening relationships with stakeholders and customers. He’s currently designing and managing beneficial electrification programs for buildings, on- and off-road vehicles, and industries across North America.

Duncan has been named to Canada's Clean50 list for 2021 in the Consultants and Enablers category. He holds a graduate diploma in Ecotoxicology from Concordia University and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Victoria.

  • GradDip, Ecotoxicology, Concordia University
  • B.S., Biology, University of Victoria