Archive for June, 2011:
50% discount on my project finance models for power and energy – Extended till July 31, 2011
Due to interest of readers and project developers and project finance modelers, I am extending the 50% discount period till July 31, 2011. Hurry up now and order and purchase my power generation data, levelized cost of energy models, and project finance models for calculating feed-in tariff for renewable energy and for calculating the economics of conventional fossil and non-fossil power generation technologies.
Your energy technology expert and business development consultant is calling on his co-experts to invest now in his state-of-the-art project finance models and renewable energy prospecting models for calculating annual capacity factor and its transient impact on grid power.
Hurry up now. The 50% discount offer is valid only up to July 31, 2011 at midnight Manila time. More »
Last day for 50% discount on my state-of-the-art project finance models
June 30, 2011 midnight is the last chance for availing of the 50% discount on my state-of-the-art project finance models.
After this date, come July 1, 2011, the prices will revert to the old regular price found in the ENERGY DATA page of my website.
So avail of the discount now. Don’t dilly dally. Jump start your energy technology selection and business development consultancy service career and be the best in your field.
My success stories with my project finance models
To my readers, I would like to share to my some of my success stories since using my top-of-the-line project finance models.
To-date, I was able to jump start my energy technology selection and business development consultancy.
In fact a client in renewable energy project development recently got an investor in their wind energy project (25-100 mw) in the Visayas who used my project finance model and engaged me to conduct a wind energy resource assessment and prepare a pre-feasibility study that finally convinced their investor to build a 25-100 mw wind farm in one of the Visayas islands in the Philippines that will be supplying the Visayas Grid and get paid using the renewable feed-in tariff (FiT) for wind of around PhP10.37 per kWh (exchange rate is PhP44 per US$).
How to calculate the feed-in tariff for renewable electricity – assumptions
Your energy technology expert would like to share with its readers the basic assumptions in calculating the feed-in tariff using a project finance model that calculates the first year tariff (also the feed-in tariff) that will provide the minimum returns for the equity investors.
Thursday, May 19, 2011 – Manila, Philippines
Fears of price spike due to renewable energy feed-in tariff allayed
BY JOHN LOURENZE POQUIZ
The National Renewable Energy Board yesterday allayed fears of a spike in power rates with the tapping of renewable energy, saying the added cost will only be about 12.57 centavos per kilowatt-hour. (MTO: but will be blended at 3% to the grid’s 97%)
In its proposed feed-in tariff (FIT) rates submitted to the Energy Regulatory Commission, the NREB pegged the rates at P6.15 per kWh for hydro, P7 for biomass, P10.37 for wind, P17.65 for ocean energy, and P17.95 for solar.
This gives an arithmetic average of P11.82 per kWh (weighted average is P8.8939 per kWh). More »