The FPCC is focused on accelerating the pace, easing the approval process, and increasing the number of federal performance contracts with the federal government.
About the FPCC
To advance the use of federal performance contracting, the Business Council for Sustainable Energy formed the Federal Performance Contracting Coalition (FPCC) in 1998.
Through energy service performance contracts (ESPCs), private sector companies or energy service companies (ESCOs) finance and install new energy-efficient equipment in federal buildings, thereby reducing energy and operating costs and addressing maintenance backlogs. In exchange for a pre-determined price, the chosen ESCO guarantees future energy savings, which are used to pay for the energy efficiency upgrades with excess savings accrued to the federal government. In fact, payment to the ESCO is contingent upon realizing that guaranteed annual savings stream.
FPCC’s members represent over
90% of federal ESPCs.
The FPCC is a coalition of ESCOs that advocate for increased federal use of ESPCs in the federal government. To that aim, its activities focus primarily on barrier removal and ensuring “more, faster, bigger, and better” ESPC projects in the federal ESPC marketplace. The FPCC is the primary organization representing the ESPC industry, and its members represent over 90% of federal ESPCs.
For more information, please contact BCSE or visit federalperformancecontracting.com.
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