Format: Online, on-demand streaming.
Length: ~ 2 hours.
This training applies the financial analysis concepts learned in the Beginner and Intermediate sessions to real life projects. In addition to understanding how to calculate a project’s various financial returns, attendees will also understand how to interpret and critique a project’s results.
Who should attend:
Anyone attempting to evaluate and/or lobby for expense-reducing capital projects; project development roles (e.g., engineers, vendors, manufacturers’ reps); program managers; utility and/or regulator staffs attempting to set metrics for encouraging/approving energy projects; etc.
- Apply concepts taught in the Beginner and Intermediate modules to projects provided by the instructor
- Review and critique real-world projects using concepts presented in the Beginner and Intermediate modules.
- The in-person version will consider projects provided by both the audience and the instructor.
- Better present project to commercial real estate customers
- Moving from “popular” to “proper” metrics to drive better decisions
- Relationship between present value and future value
- Rebates/incentives: “Cash outflow” or “cash inflow” section?
- Variations on a theme: Phasing projects vs. financing
- Commercial real estate effects: Who pays/benefits?
- Funding projects
- Incorporating business acumen when preparing financial analyses
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