Through our Integrated Project Management Office (PMO) service offering, we assist utilities managing a large number of projects or programmes to optimise their investment capital.
Revenue management is pivotal to achieving utility financial sustainability.
As the world becomes more dynamic, complex, and data-driven, the utility sector is challenged to adapt or become irrelevant in the energy ecosystem.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse.
Social dialogue plays a significant role in developing joint strategies by the social partners to improve utility services, with the common goal of extending access to services to all communities, enhancing efficiency of delivery and reviewing tariffs and other sources of income collection.
We ensure proper alignment within your organization with new project requirements. We help your organisation to become inclusive in its design of the future, prioritisation of interventions and implementation of projects. We help leaders to lead with all stakeholders to produce integrative, innovative results bearing solutions.
The term “energy mix ” refers to the combination of the various primary energy sources used to meet energy needs in a given geographic region. It includes fossil fuels (oil, natural gas and coal ), nuclear energy and the many sources of renewable energy (wood and other bioenergies, hydro, wind, solar and geothermal ).
Technology advancements in Renewable energy are accelerating the pace of the world’s energy transition goals.
As technology and innovation disrupt traditional energy models, from generation to beyond the meter, we help energy companies take on a proactive role in the transformation of the sector.
Our experts are well positioned to facilitate the design and harmonization of energy Policies and legislative frameworks to enable countries to provide universal access to reliable, modern, affordable and sustainable energy.
Integrated Sector Planning requires exceptional data analytics skills combined with proficient Energy Economics. Energy market and local economy data is required for the studies and modelling exercises. Some of our consultants are economists and data analysts that have worked and used complex suites of databases, models, and market insight that feed the integrated sector planning process. With current experience and insights into commodity and power prices our teams would be able to make contributions to crystallize a country’s outlook on its energy and power sector in order to determine capacity and feasibility of different forms of energy technology.
Our consultants are steeped and proficient in the field of Green Growth circular economy. We have a working relationship a number of leading academic institutions. These relationships give us access to intellectual capital in the Green Growth circular economy and tools that enable market analysis, literature review on best practice, contextually relevant strategy and policy design. Years of practice in executing complex multi-faceted projects enable our team and our unique delivery model to support, advise and guide governments and utilities through their Green Growth Roadmap design and execution.
Our experts through our delivery methodology are able to advise utilities on their strategy development, including execution models necessary to place the utility on its transformative journey while ensuring that such transition does not disrupt service delivery. A seamless transitionary roadmap that is both consultative and decisive in its mission to build utilities of the future for the continent.