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ICF International and C3 Energy have announced that the two companies will jointly deliver turnkey energy efficiency solutions to North American utilities and energy providers. ICF has identified C3 Energy's suite of solutions - C3 Residential, C3 Commercial and C3 Enterprise - as its preferred software platform for providing energy information services. C3 Energy has identified ICF as its preferred professional services partner.

Through the agreement, ICF and C3 Energy will leverage C3 Energy software and ICF capabilities to deliver end-to-end energy efficiency solutions and services to utilities, from program design through implementation and program management. According to the companies, the integrated ICF/C3 Energy solution will help utilities drive energy efficiency and load reduction across their customer base to meet their state mandates, increase customer engagement and improve their bottom line.

"We are very pleased to work with C3 on this endeavor," says Mike Mernick, senior vice president for ICF International. "By providing an integrated family of energy efficiency and customer engagement software-as-a-service solutions, C3 provides state-of-the-art energy efficiency solutions across all customers. Together, ICF and C3 will be able to deliver more cost-effective programs by more effectively identifying and targeting customers that would benefit from energy efficiency programs."


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