FAIRFAX, Va. — ICF International said Wednesday that it received two new contracts for services designed to boost energy efficiency at Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.
The three-year contracts could be worth up to $55 million. The work’s start date and scope will be based on the results of a state regulatory review of the utility’s 2012 through 2014 suite of programs, the Fairfax, Va., company said.
Under the contracts, the consulting and technology services provider is expected to provide energy-efficiency services including program design and management, marketing and promotion and quality control, ICF said.
In afternoon trading, ICF shares fell 4 cents to $20.54.