Power generation from conventional sources such as gas continues to provide a significant share of global electricity production. New technologies such as compressed air energy storage, geothermal, carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS), gas plasma and pyrolysis are increasingly being adopted to help alleviate carbon and emission intensive processes.
Modern gas plants need to be designed and adapted to be as efficient and clean as possible, and their business case will increasingly depend on being able to provide services to support a much higher level of renewables in the electricity system.
We work with our clients to address the bankability of ‘responsible’ projects and assess compliance with the stringent requirements from lending institutions, notably in terms of environmental and local air quality impact.
We work with governments, IFIs, utilities, private developers, OEMs, constructors, industrialists, investors, energy majors and technology companies on:
- Diesel and oil-fired plant
- Gas fired plant (OCGT, CCGT)
- Combined heat and power (CHP)
- Captive power plants
- Energy from waste/waste management
- Biomass and biofuels
- Liquified natural gas (LNG)
- Compressed air energy storage
- Carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS)
- Gas plasma
- Tariff models