ICF International announced this week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation, awarded it a re-compete contract to provide technical and analysis support for the ENERGY STAR program.
The five year, $36.5 million contract tasks ICF with supporting EPA with program development, research, analysis, sales and marketing initiatives, software development and administration support for ENERGY STAR.
“ICF has successfully supported the ENERGY STAR program for nearly two decades,” said Michael Mernick, senior vice president for ICF International. “Our team of energy experts is at the forefront of creative energy solutions, and we are excited to bring our collective talent together again to support the EPA on this critical national initiative.”
The ENERGY STAR program advances government policies designed to positively impact the environment through energy conservation. The program identifies products and construction projects that are energy efficient.