Natural Power provides technical due diligence services throughout all stages of the transaction cycle, from initial risk assessment and reporting in early transaction stages through to comprehensive reporting for credit-committee or data room presentation at final bid stage or financial close. Our due diligence clients include developers, IPPs, utilities and other financial institutions. In fact, our independent engineering services are relied upon by leading financiers in North America; from international banks to private equity firms and investment funds.
Our due diligence services span more than 200 projects and portfolios, with a team of over 50 due diligence specialists working as part of a 340-strong company, worldwide. Our advice is based on real-life experience and continually work hard to build credibility and trust with our clients and the establishments they work with.
We have the benefit of being able to draw from the knowledge of a diverse range of specialists combined with detailed data and project information collated over 21 years of working within the industry. We pride ourselves on offering clear and concise reporting ensuring that project risk is clearly managed.
We have an established reputation as a provider of best practice technical wind resource due diligence studies, and routinely apply our resource and site assessment expertise to provide finance-grade energy yield analyses (EYA) and site classification reports to developers, utilities, financial institutions, vendors and prospective purchasers.
Natural Power is also experienced in both pre and post construction wind resource assessment, and in a wide variety of terrain and site types.
With regards to solar PV resource predictions, energy yield analyses and technology studies, we work in partnership with kiloWattsol (KWS) to provide finance-grade assessment.
We are recognised at credit-committee level as bankable providers of technical solar PV advice worldwide.
Natural Power carries out key assessments and reviews when considering the constructability of a renewable energy project. These range from reviewing grid connection offers and agreements to reviewing access and transport studies, geotechnical site investigations and associated civil engineering works.
We review technical inputs to financial models, including use of EYA production assumptions, estimated turbine supply and balance of plant contract costs, management and ancillary costs, contingency sums for the construction budget, O&M cost estimates and recommendations and CAPEX costs.