Energy consumption is the product of innumerable decisions made by energy users.

Energy use depends on geography and climate, costs, investments and taxes, as well as other economic factors such as price, technologies, government regulation and energy use efficiencies.

Economic prosperity strictly depends on per capita energy consumption. The continued trend of global growth rate of 2.5% per year in developing countries means a doubling of consumption by the year 2025 compared to the 1990ís.

Capital investments in the regional energy sector of over US$ 30 trillion will be needed from 2000 till 2025 in order to support current levels of growth. Inadequate investments or unaffordable energy prices constitute an important constraint on socio-economic developments. EEH facilitates business entry by providing the following services:

Strategic planning

  • Business Planning
  • Financial Evaluation
  • Integrated Resource Planning
  • Sectoral Analysis
  • Asset Valuation
  • Investment Promotion
  • Energy Management, Efficiency & Conservation
  • Diversification of Supply Feasibility and Recommendation Studies.
  • Risk Assessment
  • Innovative Economical Modeling

Policy development

  • Tax Rate Designs
  • Revenue Projections
  • Diversification of Energy Options
  • Strategic Performance Enhancement

Project Management
EEH assists project developers and global financial institutions with feasibility studies, risk analysis and project implementation.

EEH helps its clients in optimizing project schedules and improve project margins to secure value for their business integration transaction.

Engineering Support

  • Power System Planning
  • Power System Operation
  • Reliability Evaluation
  • Production Costing
  • Energy Management Services (ESCOís)
  • Demand Side Management
  • Energy Efficiency Programs
  • Technology Transfer