ICF International will help the U.S. Trade and Development Agency plan energy sector projects in areas such as power generation and energy efficiency under a potential five-year, $50 million contract.
USTDA intends to respond to U.S. and global business interests and needs in the energy sector through the IDIQ, ICF said Thursday.
“We are excited to be part of USTDA’s first-ever energy IDIQ and are looking forward to working with USTDA in pushing energy projects from inception to implementation across the globe,” said Eric Boyle, a vice president at ICF.
Boyle added his company works with USTDA to carry out its “mission of creating U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services in emerging economies.”
The company will also help the agency study alternative fuels and fossil resource development.
ICF’s work will include technical assistance and activities to advise on and prepare projects for USTDA.