ICF Continues to Grow Energy Efficiency Portfolio in Canada
Energy Efficiency Alberta has selected ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, to serve as program implementer for Energy Efficiency Alberta’s (EEA) Business, Non-Profit and Institutional (BNI) Energy Savings program.
EEA is a new provincial agency focused on providing programs and services to help Albertans save money and energy. This is the first business, nonprofit and institutional program for the newly formed agency.
“ICF has the experts, experience and intellectual property needed to stand up and support comprehensive energy efficiency programs quickly and efficiently,” said Duncan Rotherham, vice president for ICF. “We have demonstrated this ability time and again as we continue to build new programs in new jurisdictions across North America and grow our presence in western Canada.”
ICF’s Calgary-based team will work with EEA to design and deliver a turnkey approach that will build a solid foundation for its commercial energy efficiency program as well as awareness, trust and positive recognition for EEA.
In addition to the Calgary team, ICF will draw on its extensive network of energy, marketing, incentive processing and technology experts from across North America to help EEA create a program designed to engage customers at all levels, build brand awareness and deliver energy and monetary savings to its customers.
ICF is a proven leader in energy efficiency program implementation. The firm currently implements over 160 programs for more than 50 utility clients across North America.
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