Leila Banihani Named Vice President of Operations to Oversee All CMC Programs

CMC Energy Services, Inc. (CMC) is pleased to announce the promotion of Leila Banihani to Vice President of Operations. In this new role, Banihani will oversee all programs at CMC, representing multiple utilities in multiple states. CMC’s 23 energy efficiency programs represent utility clients across six states, from Maryland to Massachusetts, and include the country’s […]

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New Beginnings: CMC Celebrates 40 Years of Service

This summer, the yearlong celebration of CMC Energy Services’ 40th anniversary began with a special ribbon‐cutting ceremony, held at the new Fort Washington, Pennsylvania location. Founded on October 13, 1977 by energy innovator Doris Iklé, CMC has been a women‐owned and women‐operated enterprise ever since. Doris’ daughter Mimi Iklé‐Khalsa, CMC’s current owner and board chair, […]

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New CFO Joins CMC Energy Services

Since January 2017, Lisa Stotts has been serving as chief financial officer at CMC Energy Services, based in Fort Washington, Pa, with locations in Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Stotts’ decades-long career spans several appointments as CFO and vice president of finance for multi-million dollar companies, in addition to extensive accounting leadership experience for […]

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CMC Energy Services to Rebrand Northeast Locations; Energy Conservation Leader Fortifies Services Under One Banner

Ft. Washington, Pa. (March 30, 2017) — CMC Energy Services (CMC), a pioneer in the energy conservation industry since 1977 and a certified Women’s Business Enterprise, announces the rebranding of its Competitive Resources (CRI) offices in Connecticut and Massachusetts as CMC. CMC’s Connecticut location, managed by Joseph Roy, delivers the Home Energy Solutions Program (HES), […]

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CMC Set to Deliver Water Conservation Education and Lower Utility Bills for Philadelphia Residents

CMC Energy Services has been chosen to implement a water conservation program for customers of Philadelphia Water. CMC will perform water audits, provide education and install water-saving measures in 1,500 homes annually through the city-owned utility’s Low Income Customer Assistance Program (LICAP). The program is designed to reduce water usage by 25 percent in each […]

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Quality Control: A Brave New World

As the home performance industry continues to evolve; we see increasingly rigorous standards and certification mandates. One example is BPI’s Home Energy Professional (HEP) Quality Control Inspector (QCI) certification, which presents both unique challenges and opportunities. QCI certification breaks new ground because it has become the national standard for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Weatherization […]

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“Drive” Your Boiler Sensibly and Save

Imagine your car runs only at full throttle. You tap the gas pedal and the car zooms to top speed until you stomp on the brakes. That would put a lot of stress on the car, not to mention you, your passengers and anyone else on the road or the sidewalk. And it would burn […]

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Recognizing — and Rewarding — Our Employees for the Many Contributions They Make

One of the things I like most about my position at CMC is the opportunity to provide good living-wage jobs that allow people to support themselves and their families. The residential energy-efficiency sector in particular offers skilled entry-level jobs that provide good wages and benefits. And it is always a pleasure to watch when employees […]

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Outreach Provides a Participation Boost for New Jersey Comfort Partners

Cold-calling is an effective way to reach customers, but meeting face-to-face has proven much more successful. It’s an age-old marketing problem: You’ve got a great service you know people need, but you’re searching for the best way to reach them so they can benefit from it. It’s a challenge that program managers at New Jersey […]

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Innovative Partnerships Broaden the Energy Audit Landscape

When Tom McAteer looks at the work CMC is doing with the Community Action Development Commission of Montgomery County (CADCOM), he sees the future. “Partnering with an organization like CADCOM as an energy-auditing subcontractor has tremendous potential for our company,” says McAteer, an auditor supervisor at CMC. “It’s never really been done before.” Since early […]

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