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A Best Practices-Based Approach for Energy Management Programs in Federal Agencies

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In this paper, ICF International presents a programmatic approach for using DOE's Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) program and applying best practices and processes developed by ICF and other companies for utilities and private sector enterprises. The paper highlights today's energy environment, discusses issues associated with ESPC, and describes the process of implementing ICF's proposed approach.

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Authored By

  • Pat Doyle

    PrincipalICF International

    Pat Doyle works on business development, demand side management (DSM), program design and implementation, and Department of Defense (DoD) energy initiatives. His previous positions include director of DSM and Alternate Energy for Progress Energy; vice president, sales and marketing for Co-Energy Group; and vice president, energy services and marketing for IllumElex Corporation.

    Mr. Doyle had a 25-year career at Boston Edison Company, holding positions in distribution engineering, public affairs, cogeneration and small power production, regulatory, revenue recovery, and energy efficiency. He appeared as an expert witness before the Public Utility Commission and made numerous presentations at industry and customer seminars.

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Published: Aug 11, 2010
Source: ICF International

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