Development of technical and economic proposal for RES projects in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Standard technical and economic offer for RES projects in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Goal of technical and economic offer (TEO)  is examination, analysis and calculation of technical and economic indicators of developed investment project (construction of new and reconstruction of existing facility) in the field of RES.

Main goal in development of TEO is assessment of actual costs of investment project, analysis of pay-back period, implementation of advanced world developments in the RES field with use of products of domestic producers.

Samruk-Green Energy LLP offers implementation and coordination of implementation of projects in the field of RES with stated capacity up to __ MW starting from pre-investment stage to commissioning of facilities

Issues considered in the performance of TEO.

    1. General terms and conditions.
      • Information on project operator.
      • Other project participants (design organizations, suppliers of equipment and materials, construction organizations and other interested organizations).
      • Cost, structure and sources of financing of the project.
    2. Commercial section.
      • Research of the market of electrical power generated by RES.
      • Marketing strategy.
      • Marketing events for distribution of electrical power generated by RES.
      • Program of sale of electrical power generated by RES.
    3. Technical section and procurement under the project.
      1. Rationale of selection of project site.
        • Project location.
        • Production site.
        • Provision of infrastructure.
        • Project location ground survey.
      2. Description of technologies for each type of RES.
        • Analysis of existing technologies.
        • Selected technologies.
      3. Description of main equipment.
        • Selection of main equipment.
        • Analysis of selected equipment.
      4. Construction of production and auxiliary facilities.
        • Construction of new facilities.
        • Reconstruction of existing production and auxiliary facilities, utilities.
      5. Technical staff of the enterprise.
      6. Procurement list for the project.
      7. Selection of procurement methods.
      8. Selection of service providers under the project.
      9. Information on potential suppliers.
      10. Information on concluded and prepared agreements (agreements on cooperation).
      11. Local content in project procurement.
      12. Plan-schedule of procurement.
    4. Environmental section.
      • Influence of the project on environment and plan of activities for minimization of harmful effect.
      • Compliance of project technology with international standards and regulations on influence on environment.
    5. Institutional section.
      • Project architecture.
      • Characteristics of foreign and local partners.
      • Characteristics of social, cultural and demographical situation in the region.
      • Staff needs of the project.
      • Training, education, etc.
    6. Financial section.
      • Production, general and administrative costs.
      • Income.
      • Financial obligations.
      • Cash flow.
      • Project performance indicators.
    7. Social and economical section.
      • Income from implementation of the project, including social.
      • Comparison of economic costs and benefits.
    8. Risks.
      • Project risk.
      • Commercial risk.
      • Technical risk.
      • Project procurement risk.
      • Financial risk.
      • Institutional risk.
      • Risk reduction activities.