Feasibility Studies

We can provide Energy Feasibility Studies A feasibility study looks at the different on site renewable energy technologies available to see which, if any, could be used.  This could be wind park study or a village heating system upgrade study, or any other energy efficiency upgrade.  The renewable energy feasibility study takes into account many factors such as location, building orientation, building size, demand for particular energy at any given time, degree days, wind speeds, availability of biomass fuels, planning issues etc. Our Energy Feasibility Studies can be used a as a single source for all the critical information you need to make an informed decision about some opportunity, risk, or option. The Energy Feasibility Study Report can be used by anyone as a quick self-study guide.  Step-by-step, the reader is exposed to the important issues that should be considered before making a decision. There are risks associated with any status-quo, as well as with change.  A feasibility Study gets you the critical information you need before you make that important decision. Before investing significant amounts of time, money, or other resources, it’s always good to get a second, expert opinion.  If something has been missed, or assumptions are not justifiable, your risk is minimized the sooner these problems are discovered. Typical users of an Energy Feasibility Study: Engineering & Technical Managers, Presidents,  Sr. Managers,  Financial Comptrollers, Maintenance & Service Managers, Feasibility studies are also known as Risk Assessment,   Technical Study,    Business Case,    Economic Justification,    BAT (Best Available Technology),    World-Class Technology,    Benchmarking,    Prototyping,     Demonstration Site, and   Scale-up test process. What will be included in the Energy Feasibility Study? Define past, current, & future needs, constraints, & resources Consider past, current, and future energy consumption Find enabling technologies that can aid efficient and effective energy consumption Determine criteria for judging the various Options & risks Decide for 2 or more  Options   For each of the Options identified above, the Energy Feasibility Report usually provides: Pros & Cons,   Risk,   Costs, Benefits, Constraint & limitations, Logistics, Precedence, Successors Budget Pricing for the Purchase & Installation of the Proposed Project Project Savings calculated as Net Savings (Gross savings over current method – Operating Costs) Return on Investment, Cash Flow, & Break-even Point, Recommendations