Energy and Sustainability

Energy Service Companies (ESCOs)

Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) version 8.0​​ was approved by the Board of Public Works in March 2019. The IDC includes nine energy service companies (ESCOs) that compete on Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) to develop and implement comprehensive energy efficiency and guaranteed savings programs for State government facilities.

Under the IDC, ESCOs may submit proposals for Phase I of EPCs, which requires a detailed energy audit, engineering feasibility study, and preliminary design to identify cost-effective solutions. Phase II includes the final design and specifications, as well as project financing, and must be submitted to Board of Public Works for approval.

Energy service companies not qualified under the State’s existing IDC are still welcome to do business with the State but have to go through the traditional procurement process.​

Ameresco, Inc
BPO #001B9400294
​​Lushae Cook
111 Speen Street, Suite 410
Framingham, MA 01701
​​CEG Solutions, LLC
BPO #001B9400298
Bryon Krug
4040 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22203
​​CMTA, Inc.
BPO #001B9400299
Jeremy Smith
110411 Meeting Street
Prospect, KY 40059​
Constellation New Energy, Inc.
BPO #001B9400302
Johan Ulloa
1310 Point Street, 13th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21231
Energy Systems Group, LLC (ESG)
BPO #001B9400297
Brett Daniels
1201 Winterson Road, Suite 100
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090​
Honeywell Building Solutions
BPO #001B9400296
Daniel Hunter
10331 South Dolfield Blvd
Owings Mills Md 21117​
BPO #001B9400301
Cherise Y. Seals
500 McCormick Drive, Suite L&M
Baltimore, MD 21202
Schneider Electric Buildings Americas, Inc.
BPO #001B9400300
Chris Dellinger
6800 Paragon Place, Suite 470
Richmond, VA 23230​
Siemens Industry, Inc
BPO #001B9400295
Michele Mitch-Peterson
6435 Virginia Manor Road
Beltsville, MD 2070

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