ICF International Hires Bill Prindle

Expert in Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Policy



Fairfax, Virginia, March 27, 2008 -

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) today announced that William Prindle has joined the firm as a vice president with special focus on energy efficiency. In his new role, he will support federal government clients as well as states, utilities, and corporate clients on energy efficiency policy and technology projects. With more than 30 years in the energy and environmental fields, he has significant experience in climate change policy at the state and federal level, especially on the nexus between energy efficiency and carbon cap-and-trade policies.

“Bill is a leader in our national energy efficiency community,” said Michael Mernick, an ICF senior vice president. “The breadth and depth of his experience with state and federal government policies and utility efficiency programs is hard to match, and he is already contributing to our growing energy efficiency and climate practice teams.”

Prior to joining ICF, Mr. Prindle served as the deputy director of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, a leading nonprofit that works with government, business, and nonprofit leaders on energy efficiency policy and technology issues. He also was director of buildings and utilities programs at the Alliance to Save Energy, a senior consultant with Barakat & Chamberlin, a leading utility consulting firm, and manager of commercial and industrial marketing at the Edison Electric Institute.

Mr. Prindle has a master’s degree in energy management and policy from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Swarthmore College.

“ICF International is committed to leading its industry in the energy efficiency and climate change fields, and I am excited to become part of such an accomplished and talented group of people,” Mr. Prindle said.



About ICF International

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) partners with government and commercial clients to deliver consulting services and technology solutions in the energy, climate change, environment, transportation, social programs, health, defense, and emergency management markets. The firm combines passion for its work with industry expertise and innovative analytics to produce compelling results throughout the entire program life cycle, from analysis and design through implementation and improvement. Since 1969, ICF has been serving government at all levels, major corporations, and multilateral institutions. More than 3,000 employees serve these clients worldwide. ICF’s Web site is

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