50% Discount Voucher for the Month of October 2016 (energy technology articles and financial models)

October 3rd, 2016 No Comments   Posted in financial models

50% Discount Voucher for the Month of October 2016  (energy technology articles and financial models)

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Reciprocating (Piston) Engine Project Finance Model Template (Financials Tab) – free demo

Reciprocating (Piston) Engine Project Finance Model Template (Financials Tab) – free demo

This is the latest project finance model template (financials tab or worksheet) that your energy technology selection expert has developed for reciprocating (piston) engine power generation technology. Familiarize with the template and if interested, get the full unlocked version for your immediate use. I can also provide data input service or customize further the model.

Reciprocating diesel engine (using diesel oil and bunker fuel oil) is based on the compression ignition (CI) thermodynamic cycle while the reciprocating gasoline engine (using gasoline, petrol and natural gas) is based on the spark ignition (SI) thermodynamic cycle.

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Project Finance Models – Model Structure

July 31st, 2012 2 Comments   Posted in financial models

Project Finance Models – Model Structure

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Get Your Project Finance Models the Easy Way – Shopping Cart

Get Your Project Finance Models the Easy Way – Shopping Cart

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The Paradigm Shift from Nuclear Energy to Renewable Energy – the Fukushima debacle

April 16th, 2011 4 Comments   Posted in nuclear energy and power

The Paradigm Shift from Nuclear Energy to Renewable Energy – the Fukushima debacle

The recent nuclear meltdown incident in one of the 15th largest nuclear power plant in the world as a result of a sequence of events starting with an Intensity 9.0 earthquake that initiated a 10-15 meter tsunami wave within minutes (leaving little time for safe evacuation in spite of adequate tsunami warning by civil and military authorities) that engulfed as far as 10-20 kilometers inland along the flat lands of northeastern Japan, and in the process destroying buildings, roads, bridges, flinging ships inland and disabling the backup diesel generation system of the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

There are newspaper accounts that the earthquake isolated the Fukushima nuclear power plant from the grid, and with a non-operable backup diesel generation backstopped only by an 8-hour battery pack, the world was indeed very close to a China-syndrome type nuclear power plant meltdown. Only the timely use of seawater pumped using crude methods to cool the reactor core and the spent fuel pool prevented a full meltdown. Up to now, the nuclear power plant operator has not succeeded in stabilizing the cooling water system and has relied on pumping and spraying sea water over the damaged nuclear reactors and exposed spent fuel rod cooling pools, leading to leakage of hot radioactive and contaminated sea water into the sea thru the minute cracks on the reactor building’s damage floors. More »

Energy Technology Articles and Project Finance Models

December 16th, 2010 No Comments   Posted in energy technology expert

 Energy Technology Articles and Project Finance Models

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How to evaluate economic feasibility of a power plant project – use project finance model

November 9th, 2009 3 Comments   Posted in financial models

How to evaluate economic feasibility of a power plant project – use project finance model

If you are preparing a pre-feasibility study or a detailed feasibility study of a small or a large scale power plant project, it is best to use my latest state-of-the-art power plant and project finance model.

It includes a modeling of the plant capacity and heat rate degradation, overhaul cycle and plant operating hours, gross and net generation, distribution losses and net sales, gross revenue (direct customers, sales to grid, sales to spot market), fuel costs, variable and fixed O&M costs, property taxes, property insurance, business interruption insurance, regulatory costs (permits, fees, licenses, fines), DSRF expense, depreciation and amortization, loan interest, income before tax, corporate income tax, income after tax, cash flows (add back depreciation less principal repayment plus/minus non-tax deductible adjustments), project IRR and payback (100% equity), equity IRR and payback (e.g. 30% equity, 70% debt), debt service cover ratio, levelized tariff, generation cost and net profit, and financial ratios (current ratio, quick ratio, A/R turnover, days sales in receivables, inventory turnover, liabilities to equity ratio, number of times interest earned, return on assets, net profit to assets ratio, net profit to sales ratio, return on owner’s equity). More »