Sign Up – IPP Financial Model

Welcome to the IEC IPP Financial Model which is a mini financial model that is designed for screening IPP power project economics.

The Model allows Users to quickly input technical, fuel, O&M and financial values for any power project and determine the levelized tariff (ie. the fixed price per MWh that the plant would need to charge over the project life), in order to meet the target hurdle rate. 

In addition to calculating a tariff, the Model can also be used to calculate annual fuel consumption, carbon emissions, fuel netback values and project returns.  The Model is very useful for quickly determining the impact of changes in heat rate, fuel cost, capex, taxes, debt, etc. on project returns or tariffs.

Based on our experience, the Model generally delivers an answer that is accurate to within a few percent of the result that might be obtained using a more sophisticated financial cash flow model.

To use the Model today, sign up for a free 7-day trial period.  You will be asked to enter your payment details but will only be charged if you do not cancel during the trial period.  After 7 days, you will automatically be billed AS149 + GST (if applicable) for a 1 year subscription.

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