ICF works with public- and private-sector clients, including national, state, and local government agencies, to understand and inventory greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; identify, develop, and prioritize emissions reduction strategies; and conduct long-term sustainability planning.
ICF helps power companies and other large-scale GHG emitters understand the impact of regulatory frameworks on fuel and energy prices and how compliance obligations will change asset value.
To clients developing a GHG compliance and environmental strategy, ICF provides:
- Demonstrated skill in modeling gas, power, GHG allowances, and offsets
- Detailed understanding of—and hands-on experience with—key mechanisms and programs
- Insight into intersecting compliance areas, such as GHG and conventional pollutants
- Robust modeling and analytic tools and stakeholder outreach strategies
ICF works with leading U.S. federal agencies and in the field worldwide to examine situations and implement solutions related to GHG compliance and environmental strategy. We understand the regulatory terrain and know the supply and demand factors that drive commodity values.
ICF grasps the pros and cons of participation in the GHG allowance and carbon offset marketplace. We are able to identify the emission reduction technologies that represent lasting value.