ICF to Continue Baltimore Gas and Electric Support; Michael Mernick Comments

ICF InternationalICF International will extend support for Baltimore Gas and Electric Company's heat and power programs in projects worth a total of $61 million.

The Fairfax-based consulting services and technology solutions company will provide the work under three contracts for a combined period of three years, ICF said Monday.

It has been helping BGE with designing, marketing and monitoring its energy efficiency portfolio, a partnership ICF indicated has already reaped various industry awards for the Exelon subsidiary.

“Utility companies must balance the growing demand for energy with a price-sensitive, environmentally conscious consumer base,“ said Mike Mernick, senior vice president for ICF International.

The two companies strive to meet such needs with initiatives designed to increase program participation and client satisfaction, he added.

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