Energy is a “lifeline” infrastructure without which modern society cannot function. For 40 years, we have worked at the intersection of energy policy, technology, and markets to deliver solutions in partnership with governments, corporations, financial institutions, and non-governmental organizations around the world.
From development of a comprehensive energy modeling framework in the 1970s and 1980s to groundbreaking work on the future implications of sea level rise and geomagnetic disturbances on the energy infrastructure, our multidisciplinary teams tackle the complex challenge of providing clean, safe, reliable, affordable, and resilient energy to the world’s population.
ICF’s long track record of informing the future of global energy includes:
These are but a few examples of ICF’s deep experience in shaping critical programs for the next era of energy policies that will impact our communities and our world.
Governments around the world are making energy efficiency a cornerstone of energy and environmental policy. The potential benefits to the public of lower costs, reduced pollution, cleaner energy, and strengthened resiliency are definitive of ICF’s work.
Juanita Haydel has 30 years of experience supporting clients in the federal government as well as states, local, and non-governmental organizations in energy market analyses. Her expertise is in environmental and energy policy work with a focus on the electric power sector, industrial energy efficiency issues, and air regulatory analyses. She currently directs our federal energy practice.
Bill Prindle is the Senior Energy Efficiency Advisor for EECDP. In this role, he provided technical guidance on the development of implementation frameworks and tools for energy efficiency, support on utility program design, and training. Bill also leads continued energy efficiency work for Integrated Resource and Resilience Planning (IRRP) for power sector projects in Tanzania and Ghana. His subject matter expertise ranges from policy analysis and energy analytics, to program design and field implementation.
Tom O'Connor has over 40 years of petroleum industry experience managing the operational supply chain including crude oil marketing, refinery optimization, product distribution, and planning and analysis. At ICF, he has led projects in supply and demand analysis, infrastructure capability and resilience, market pricing analysis, alternative fuels technologies, expert witness testimony and policy impact evaluations.
Sanjay Chandra is the Senior Renewable Energy Advisor for EECDP. He led work to assess power sector transmission and distribution options in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and supported continued training and education on Integrated Resource and Resilience Planning (IRRP). Sanjay specializes in solar energy and small hydro technologies, and has experience in project economic analysis, market development, clean energy startups, and operations management.