From generation to transmission and distribution we help our customers to generate sustainable energy with the right energy mix to reach optimum and reliable performance and energy supply.

As an independent engineer or third party, we witness performance tests and ensure they are conducted in accordance with requirements of standards, the PPA or other contractual obligations.

As Lender’s engineers, we support lenders in making investment decisions pre-financial close and provide them with technical assessments and due diligence services to minimize the risks throughout the lifetime of their investments. We review project documents including EPC Contracts, Power Purchase Agreements, Off-take Agreements, O&M Agreements, and technical designs of projects.

As Lender’s engineer, we provide the following services:

Technical, economic, and environmental due diligence;
Review of engineering design;
Site visit and site selection analysis;
Evaluation of grid interconnection;
Review of local permitting and authorization with grid operator;
Review of plant equipment and O&M;
Construction monitoring;
Review environmental and social plans, and supervision of their implementation.

We provide technical, financial, and environmental due diligence services for investors, lenders, and as independent consultants. We have provided due diligence services for thermal projects at all stages of the projects. Our work includes auditing and reporting on the technical risks of thermal projects. We assess the project documents and identify critical gaps and compliance issues. We provide clients with recommendations on the ways to bridge the gaps between their designs and structures and the project technical requirements, local regulations, international standards, and best engineering practices.

Depending on the technology used to produce energy through thermal processes, different environmental impacts can be generated. Solar-thermal systems can use a large amount of land depending on the type of technology used and the size of the facility. If a new solar energy installation requires land use, it could have a negative impact on wildlife due to potential reduction, fragmentation, or degradation of the habitat. In addition, if a large amount of land is required, then a social impact can occur.

It is, therefore, necessary to have a clear understanding of the environmental and social context to identify and avoid or reduce the potential adverse impacts on the environment and on the society.

Our team of experts will provide a comprehensive approach to managing environmental and social risks to ensure that your project meets the required environmental regulations, key stakeholders’ expectations and community needs.