Memberships, Accreditations, and Certifications
The individuals that comprise Iconergy's staff have been involved in numerous organizations for many years. In some cases, individuals from Iconergy have served as past Presidents, Board Members, Officers, or Chairs. This close engagement with market specific organizations allows Iconergy to pass along our knowledge and expertise to our clientele and incorporate best practices in day-to-day operations.

Iconergy has numerous staff that are members of belong to the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The AEE provides an environment for energy engineers to share and learn about the latest innovations and approaches to saving energy for their clients. The AEE is a great source for information and networking in the dynamic fields of energy engineering and energy management, renewable and alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas. The Rocky Mountain Association of Energy Engineers (RMAEE) is an organization dedicated to educating its members about efficient energy usage and energy savings technologies that exist in the Rocky Mountain marketplace. Each month, the RMAEE hosts a lunch meeting or seminar to provide information to its members about current energy topics and emerging technology. Doug Hargrave, President of Iconergy, held the positions of RMAEE President, Vice President, and also sat on the Board of Directors. Maren Traeger is also the current Scholarship Chair.


Iconergy is a member of the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA). The Building Commissioning Association promotes building commissioning practices that maintain high professional standards, and fulfill building owners’ expectations. Believing that diverse and creative approaches to commissioning benefit our profession and it’s clients, BCxA focuses on identifying critical commissioning attributes and components, rather than attempting to dictate a rigid commissioning process.


Iconergy is a proud member of Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).  BOMA is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations.  BOMA looks to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry.  Iconergy is able to use BOMA as a helpful source for new ideas and technologies in energy management and sustainability.

Iconergy is actively engaged in a number of state chapters of the Energy Services Coalition (ESC). The ESC is the only public and private coalition of individual energy experts focused on the promotion of Guaranteed Energy Performance Contracting. The ESC provides its members with many resources to facilitate performance contracting projects, energy efficiency improvements, and building upgrades. Iconergy will work within the local Colorado chapter of the ESC to promote and leverage the Colorado Performance Contracting program by bringing together public sector facility owners and state employees to effectively determine facility needs.


Iconergy is an ENERGY STAR partner helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. Iconergy assists facility owners working with the energy performance benchmarks developed by ENERGY STAR to compare similar facilities across the nation. Buildings that score high enough in the benchmark rankings are qualified to receive their ENERGY STAR award.

 Iconergy will work with facility owners under the Colorado program to determine if their buildings rank high enough to receive recognition. If any buildings do receive an ENERGY STAR award Iconergy will assist in the promotion of that building.