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How ICF Helped JEA Transition

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How ICF helped JEA tranisition to electric-powered technologies. Making big things possible for today's energy market.

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How ICF Helped JEA Transition

  1. 1. About ICF ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI) is a global consulting and technology services provider with more than 5,000 professionals focused on making big things possible for our clients. We are business analysts, policy specialists, technologists, researchers, digital strategists, social scientists and creatives. Since 1969, government and commercial clients have worked with ICF to overcome their toughest challenges on issues that matter profoundly to their success. Come engage with us at icf.com. icf.com ©Copyright 2017 ICF BIS DG 1216 0726 How ICF Helped JEA Transition to Electric-Powered Technologies Making big things possible for today’s energy market Energy To learn more about how ICF is helping energy clients turn ambitious goals into impactful realities, contact us today. Read the full Beneficial Electrification case study JEA The Challenge Many utilities like JEA are experiencing flat or declining electricity sales resulting from efficiency programs, adoption of distributed energy resources, and other factors. They need to: Based in Jacksonville, Florida, JEA is the eighth largest community- owned utility company in the U.S., serving an estimated Fast assessment 447,000Electric customers • Boost sales during off-peak hours • Implement cleaner technologies • Satisfy regulatory requirements Solution: Non-Road Electrotechnology ICF worked with JEA to implement a highly effective, custom non-road electrotechnology (NRE) program using proven methods and local expertise. ICF provided: Complementary electric-powered technologies Applications for:5 Custom Giving JEA customers more options • Retrofits • Infrastructure upgrades • Unique conversion opportunities To implementation October 2014 Startup and Assessment January 2015 Program Launch March 2015 New Tech Conversions The Results • JEA’s annual load increased by more than 26,500 MWh by May 2016, with an additional 257,000 MWh increase expected over the lifetime of the equipment • About 70% of load increase expected at off-peak hours • Local site emissions will be reduced by 360,000 tons of carbon dioxide over the life of the equipment Generating $ 2,645,742 in annual revenue forJEA ICF Beneficial Electrification Services Bob Dibella bob.dibella@icf.com +1.781.898.8365 856Pieces of fossil fuel-based equipment converted 450Customers engaged by the program in its first 18 months