Our clever thinking ensures that the most appropriate way of developing our clients’ energy resources is selected.
This means we think wide and architect projects to make sure they are buildable, bankable and consentable, pulling in the right partners to enable your project when needed. We have a structured, auditable and repeatable approach to how to develop projects that allows us to ensure that we assist our clients in developing their energy resources in line with their business drivers, while still ensuring we can be creative and problem solve along the way. We understand the value of early thinking in projects, and have examples where a very small amount of early concept optimisation has unlocked huge value for projects. We are very keen to support project developers with developing the scope needed as we fully understand the implications technical decisions can have on the commercial viability and bankability of projects
With a multi-disciplinary range of skills, our development capability provides integrated solutions for all types of development studies from complex multi-use sites integrating wind, solar and hydrogen, to one-off demonstrator sites to decarbonise one small sector of industry. We pride ourselves in being able to engage and work closely with our clients to deliver comprehensive concept and project development solutions and driving forward the very fast-moving hydrogen economy.
Xodus is also able to leverage commercial and advisory personnel with deep industry expertise, both in terms of advisory work and real life project development. This enables us to assist with realistic and jurisdiction specific economic analysis, commercial structuring and project approvals. In a nascent industry, ensuring developments are both technically feasible, but also, bankable, is vitally important. As a result, Xodus has a strong focus on the commercial aspects of project delivery. For prior engagements Xodus’ advice h0as extended to capital structuring, optimising plant design and contracting strategy in order to manage the commercial viability of hydrogen developments.