Project Finance Models for CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM (CDM EDITION)

June 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

Project Finance Models for CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM (CDM EDITION)

Yes, your energy technology selection and business development expert has developed a low-cost set of project finance models for CDM professionals (engineers, business development, investment bankers, managers) and novice professionals who want to learn and start their career in financial modeling of renewable energy projects.

Just follow this link to order, pay and download your favorite renewable energy project finance model – CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM EDITION. More »

Project Finance Models for FEED-IN-TARIFF REGULATOR

June 27th, 2012 1 Comment   Posted in renewable energy

Project Finance Models for FEED-IN-TARIFF REGULATOR

Yes, your energy technology selection and business development expert has developed a low-cost set of project finance models for government feed-in-tariff regulators and novice professionals who want to learn and start their career in financial modeling of renewable energy projects.

Just follow this link to order, pay and download your favorite renewable energy project finance model – FEED-IN-TARIFF REGULATOR EDITION. More »

Project Finance Models for PROFESSIONALS

June 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

Project Finance Models for PROFESSIONALS

Yes, your energy technology selection and business development expert has developed a low-cost set of project finance models for professionals (engineers, business development, investment bankers, managers) and novice professionals who want to learn and start their career in financial modeling of renewable energy projects.

Just follow this link to order, pay and download your favorite renewable energy project finance model – PROFESSIONAL EDITION. More »

Project Finance Models for STUDENTS

June 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

 Project Finance Models for STUDENTS

Yes, your energy technology selection and business development expert has developed a low-cost set of project finance models for students (college, masteral, PhD) and novice professionals who want to learn and start their career in financial modeling of renewable energy projects.

Just follow this link to order, pay and download your favorite renewable energy project finance model – STUDENT EDITION. More »

CDM Biomass Gasification Model2.xls

June 25th, 2012 1 Comment   Posted in renewable energy

CDM Biomass Gasification Model2.xls

In addition to the worksheets found in the ADV models of the regulator, 5 additional tabs or worksheets have been added (Capex, Opex, Revenues, Project IRR and Sensitivity) into the CDM model which is a financial evaluation without taxes (that distort the economic and technical performance) and debt (pure equity investment). For the RE project to benefit from CDM credits, the project IRR should not be more than 15% p.a.

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant. More »

MTO Biomass Gasification Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 1 Comment   Posted in renewable energy

MTO Biomass Gasification Model.xls

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant.

This MTO first-year tariff model for biomass gasification makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (28.5 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (7.85%), and transmission line loss (0.648%). More »

ADV Biomass Gasification Model.xls

June 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in renewable energy

ADV Biomass Gasification Model.xls

Biomass gasification system is carried out mostly in the countryside where biomass is abundant from agricultural activity such as paddy rice, corn fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, tree plantation and municipal solid waste (MSW). A 400 mt/day of MSW could support around 28.5 MW of biomass gasification power plant.

This advanced feed-in-tariff model for biomass gasification makes use of the basic assumptions of the country’s RE regulator for rated capacity (2 x 14.25 MW), capacity factor (75%), plant own use (7.85%), and 0.20% plant degradation rate. More »

Get Your Project Finance Models the Easy Way – Shopping Cart

Get Your Project Finance Models the Easy Way – Shopping Cart

You can now order on-line your project finance models the easy way – via the Shopping Cart.

Once you have decided to purchase, proceed to order via the shopping cart and pay thru PayPal thru your bank account or your credit card and download immediately the models. More »

Latest Feed-in-Tariff Rates for Renewable Power Generation Technologies

August 4th, 2011 2 Comments   Posted in renewable energy

Latest Feed-in-Tariff Rates for Renewable Power Generation Technologies

Fears of price spike due to renewable energy 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. (1 US$ = 41 Pesos, 1 Peso = 100 centavos)

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 average of P11.82 per kWh. More »

Municipal Solid Waste to Power Project Finance Model

March 7th, 2011 7 Comments   Posted in renewable energy

Municipal Solid Waste to Power Project Finance Model

The energy technology expert is pleased to offer to its readers, project developers, project investors, loan and funding institutions a state-of-the-art project finance model for municipal solid waste (MSW) to power using the biomass gasification technology.

Place your order now and avail of hefty discount (50%) and buy only for $1,500 only and proceed immediately with your project development of MSW to power. Use this model to determine the IRR given the tons per day capacity, garbage tipping fee and electricity tariff. Email your order now to get the discount and I’ll email you back my bank details for remitting the payment so you get immediately your project finance model.

The MSW may come in free into the power plant or the local government units (LGUs) may pay garbage tipping fees as additional income on top of the feed-in tariff income of the power plant from the national government.

The byproduct high-density residue (over 2 MT per CUM) which is excellent road pavement and sea shoreline reinforcement material could also provide additional revenues.

The user inputs the tons per day (100 to 400 MT/day) of MSW. More »

New Simplified Calculation Procedure for Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) and Feed-in Tariff

July 28th, 2010 3 Comments   Posted in cost of power generation

New Simplified Calculation Procedure for Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) and Feed-in Tariff

As part of the on-going technical preparations for the proposed mini-conference on the Mindanao Power Crisis this coming late August or early September 2010 and the main conference on “Energy & Climate Change”, the workshop coordinator, Mr. Marcial T. Ocampo, has prepared the simplified calculation procedure for calculating the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and levelized selling price (tariff) for conventional and renewable energy resources.

The result of the simplified formulas using the US NREL formula for generation cost and the RP MTO formula for selling price were compared with the results from a full-blown project finance model and the variance between the two methods were minimal in most of the power generation technologies analyzed.

The input data came from the IEPR research summary of 2007 and from internationally published data on power generation technology by noted experts such as Paul Breeze and yours truly, Marcial Ocampo. More »

ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE: A Complete Review of Power Generation Technologies and Impact on Climate Change

July 15th, 2010 5 Comments   Posted in energy & climate change

For:    ________________________ (name of suggested speaker/presentor, discussant/reactor, contributor/donor, exhibitor, participant)

From:  Marcial T. Ocampo

former Executive Director, Philippine Council for Industry & Energy Research & Development (PCIERD)

Department of Science & Technology (DoST)

Republic of the Philippines

Subject: Invitation to Conference on Energy & Climate Change as Speaker/Presentor, Discussant/Reactor, Contributor/Donor, Exhibitor, Participant (top management by invitation)

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Dear Sir/Madam:

In view of the need to provide stakeholders’ input into the development of a new energy strategy of the incoming administration of President Aquino towards sustainable development, I would like to invite you to solicit your interest and participation on the proposed conference on

ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE:  A Complete Review of Power Generation Technologies and Impact on Climate Change

Date: tentative September-October 2010

Venue: To be arranged More »

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) to Power Project

July 3rd, 2010 11 Comments   Posted in feed-in tariff

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) to Power Project

This is a power point presentation with a project finance model for calculating feed-in tariff (FiT).

The FiT is a renewable energy charge paid to renewable energy (RE) developers for providing power to the grid.  It is paid for by the Transco operator who collects a renewable energy charge (REC) from all consumers of electricity in the country.  By being spread out to all consumers, the burden of a higher FiT compared to the average grid rate is shared equally by all citizens and consumers alike since they will benefit from the positive impact of RE on global warming and climate change issues.

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