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Thermal power plant development services

Independent expert support in the feasibility, tendering construction and commissioning of thermal (power-and-heat, waste- / biomass-to-energy) generation assets

Growing energy demand is driving the development of new power and / or heat generating assets such as thermal power plants and energy from waste / biomass facilities.

As an experienced, independent consultancy company, DNV offers utilities, developers and lenders expert impartial technical support throughout the development of these assets. We can act as the Employer’s Representative (on behalf of the owner) or Banker’s Engineer (on behalf of the lenders or investors), ensuring projects are realised in accordance with the technical requirements, budget and schedule agreed with the contractor(s).

A complete range of services

  • Plant feasibility:
    • Techno-economic feasibility studies
    • Conceptual design
  • Tendering phase:
    • Tender document preparation
    • Bid evaluation
    • Preferred supplier selection
    • Contract negotiations
  • Construction phase:
    • Review of project plans against contract requirements
    • Detailed review of engineering
    • Auditing manufacturers
    • Witnessing Factory Acceptance Test (FATs)
    • Monitoring construction
    • Punch-listing
    • Commissioning coordination
    • Execution performance testing
  • Operational phase:
    • Auditing operations and maintenance

Local support, global reputation
Over many years of experience, we have established a strong track in power plant development – particularly in the natural gas and LNG-fired sectors. Now you can access all this experience to streamline the development of your thermal power plant. Our development support services are typically carried out by our local consultants supported by specialists from our head office in Arnhem, the Netherlands. So you get the perfect blend of local knowledge and global expertise.

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