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Energy Project Feasibility Study

Partner’s Energy Project Feasibility Study

To reduce risk and ensure success, it is important to consider the overall feasibility of any energy efficiency measures prior to execution. Partner can help you answer a range of questions including:

  • What are the key technical, environmental, and planning issues and risks associated with the project?
  • What is the projected return on investment?
  • What is the most appropriate solution for your issue facility?
  • What types of funding or rebates are available to offset upfront costs?

A targeted feasibility study will help you make a determination as to whether your proposed project is economically, technically, and practically viable for your facility.

Partner’s Energy Project Feasibility Study

Partner can conduct a comprehensive study to assess the feasibility of your project. We can provide the full range of support and guidance needed for successful development and execution of energy efficiency projects.

Partner’s provides clients with an analysis that takes into account a range of factors including costs, ROI, applicability, and a client’s needs. Typically, Partner begins with an analysis of a site’s physical characteristics, such as topography, boundaries, easements, existing structures, known contamination, and geotechnical conditions. We evaluate the approval feasibility of a project based on zoning and land use regulations and provide a preliminary list of required development approvals as part of the feasibility report.

Who Needs a Feasibility Study?

A feasibility study is an effective tool to assess practical risk at all levels of an energy efficiency project and, as such, may be requested by building owners, developers, property managers, asset managers, architects, engineers, or contractors.