Asset Management & Technical Services

Identifying value-enhancing initiatives for clean energy projects

Asset Management & Technical Services

Once a project is operational, the Clean Energy Asset Management Unit becomes responsible for managing the project’s return on investment, its relationships with key stakeholders, and all project-related risks and opportunities, including the company’s strategic exit from a project.

The team uses a value based management approach to determine the key performance indicators for a project, which in turn help to identify relevant value enhancing and risk mitigating initiatives. These may include the refinancing of project loans to lower interest payments and to optimise debt repayment profiles, the release of cash set aside as working capital, and the renegotiation of contracts, such as operation and maintenance (O&M), power purchase agreements (PPA), and land-lease agreements. They may also include the identification and implementation of technology upgrades, operations monitoring and asset integrity management, and Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) management initiatives.