ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI), a leading provider of consulting services and technology solutions to government and commercial clients, was recently awarded a re-compete contract by a major Midwest utility. The contract has a value of $16.8 million and a term of 33 months.
ICF will continue to support the utility’s energy efficiency programs, including heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC); Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®; and insulation and windows residential programs with a full suite of implementation services, including marketing, call center and rebate processing, IT, data tracking and reporting.
In addition, in the coming months the utility will launch its new ICF-developed HVAC rebate application to participating contractors. The application will allow for verification of HVAC installations as well as test to ensure that all systems are installed with operational efficiency. This will help streamline incentive processing and drive down administrative costs to the utility and its contractors.
"By using innovative strategies such as data analytics and ICF’s proprietary rebate processing tool to target customers likely to participate in its programs, we have helped our client not only reduce overall marketing and operational costs but yield greater participation in its incentive programs," said Wendy Jaehn, vice president for ICF International. "We are thrilled to continue to help our client deliver creative and cost-effective approaches to incentivize energy efficiency products and services for its residential customers."
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