Chemonics’ Energy Group has capabilities across all aspects of the energy sector either internally or through strategic agreements with the Electric Power Research Institute and Nexant through our acquisition of the Government Services Business Unit. With its capacity, the Energy Group can assist power sector stakeholders in emerging and developing economies address the challenges of power sector transformation and sustainability.
Our team has delivered a wide range of technical assistance to a broad base of clients on nearly every continent. We developed and implemented the framework for some of the first competitive procurement structures for electricity generation, created breakthrough risk mitigation mechanisms to enhance the creditworthiness of off-takers in lieu of traditional sovereign guarantees, developed standardized power purchase agreements, helped attract investments in commercially and technically viable power projects, and achieved financial close of new generation capacity.
Our team has designed and implemented medium and long-term plans that address high-priority needs of the enabling environment to catalyze private investments for energy projects and to sustain and maintain the novelties introduced into the energy sector, be it private sector entry, renewable energy integration, or institutional restructuring.
We have assessed the capabilities, needs, priorities, plans, and constraints of key stakeholder organizations, including energy-related ministries, the public utility or utilities, local developers, NGOs and associations, and donor institutions involved in the support and financing of energy infrastructure projects.