01/01/2002 Business Engineering
DOI: 10.1016/B978-075065096-0/50023-5 SemanticScholar ID: 167148229 MAG: 75665055

Project investment appraisal

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When planning an energy efficiency or energy management project, the costs involved should always be considered. Therefore, as with any other type of investment, energy management proposals should show the likely return on any capital that is invested. Consider the case of an energy consultant who advises the senior management of an organization that capital should be invested in new boiler plant. Inevitably, the management of the organization would enquire: • How much will the proposal cost?

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