Feasibility Studies

Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has an extensive experience in the making of feasibility studies for a wide variety of energy projects. Our work enables our clients to make informed decisions about the projected success of a project from a technical, economic, legal and environmental perspective over the life cycle of an implemented energy project.

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The development of a feasibility study is a process that defines exactly what a project is and what strategic issues need to be considered to assess its feasibility, or likelihood of succeeding. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen ensures it is a management-oriented activity, so after a feasibility study the management makes a “go/no-go” decision, BUT we ensure it also to be used as a tool during the implementation of the energy project.

The goals of the Feasibility Study are to:

  • Streamline and add value to the decision-making process based on the results of the planning and design efforts.
  • Recognise the role of the feasibility study in supporting resource requests for proposed energy investments.
  • Introduce the concept of time value of money by incorporating Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, and Breakeven Analysis and financial measures in the financial analysis.
  • Provide formats for clear and concise cost and benefit rationale to assist in the investment evaluation process.
  • Analysing environmental impact and social consequences of the project, and
  • Include training needs for operating personnel

A thorough feasibility analysis from Danish Energy Management & Esbensen provides a lot of information necessary for the project’s business plan. Putting together a business plan is a significant investment of time and money; we want to make sure that there is no major stumbling block facing the project idea before making the investment. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen provides detailed analysis of current trends, forecasting of future demand patterns, identification of policy options for the specific context, and recommendations for reforms, based on a thorough understanding of global best practice and supplemented by quantitative analysis that makes use of tested, multi-faceted databases and energy modelling tools.

The Feasibility Study references and summarizes previous design planning and work
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