Project profile

Everything you need to know: concept studies, case studies and expert reports for your power plant project

Before implementing a potential energy project, an assessment of the technical and environmental viability is a crucial step for decision making and analysis if the business case is solid. All relevant factors, such as economic, technological or legal issues need to be determined to gain a complete objective view on the project ideas. Offering various studies and concepts, STEAG Energy Services provides you with a decision-making basis for your power plant project.

Here’s what we can offer you:

Pre-Feasibility / Feasibility Studies

  • Site selection and details
  • Availability, cost, composition and arrangement for fuel
  • Availability of cooling water
  • Infrastructure facilities near the site
  • Socio-economic aspects related to land use
  • Suitability of geo-technical and topographic conditions
  • Power evacuation and interconnection with the grid
  • Likely environmental constraints and requirements

Bankable Feasibility Studies / Detailed Project Reports

A Detailed Project Report (DPR) includes the complete technical and financial profile of a power plant and lists out the statutory clearances required to be obtained. The following information is included in a DPR:

  • General information like the location of the power plant
  • Meteorological data
  • Accessibility to site by rail and road
  • Justification why the proposed generation scheme is needed vis-à-vis
  • Load-generation balance studies
  • Least cost option studies for various fuel alternatives and sources of supply, sources of water and sources of plant and equipment
  • Energy absorption plan indicating average yearly generation and dispatch arrangement
  • Energy evacuation plan with a brief write-up on the associated transmission / evacuation system involving construction of new lines as required
  • Financial and executing capabilities proposed to be deployed for a successful execution
  • Technical plant features containing layout, generating equipment, electrical equipment, control & instrumentation system
  • Civil works of the plant
  • Environmental aspects:
    • Emission level
    • Effluent treatment
    • Fly ash management
    • Environment monitoring
    • Resettlement and rehabilitation
    • Forest clearance
  • Project execution & management
  • Cost estimates and financial analysis including basis of the cost estimates, assumptions regarding customs / excise duty, sales tax, escalation, exchange rate etc., funding pattern, source of funding, rate of interest, period of repayment, interest during construction, depreciation calculation etc.
  • Statutory clearances as required to the project