Willdan nets $67 million energy efficiency contract from Con Edison

Anaheim, Calif., August 25, 2009 — Willdan Energy Solutions, a unit of Willdan Group, won a $67 million contract from Consolidated Edison Company of New York, a unit of Consolidated Edison, to implement the company’s energy efficiency program for small business customers.

The initial contract work will commence in the current quarter, with most of the work scheduled to be completed by the end of 2011.

The program is one of several designed by Con Edison to help the State of New York achieve its energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals. It will offer small business customers free energy surveys, pay up to 70 percent of the installed cost for most energy-saving measures, and install, at no charge to the customer, equipment such as compact fluorescent lamps, water faucet aerators, and high pressure rinse valves.

As the program implementation contractor, WES’ responsibilities will span marketing outreach, completing on-site energy efficiency surveys, implementing energy-saving projects, and partnering with the community and local businesses.

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