INDEPENDENT POWER PROJECTS (IPP):
World-wide, the power supply industry is experiencing major changes due to deregulation, increased environmental concern, and technological development. Specifically, deregulation is causing a massive change in power plant ownership structures opening up opportunities for Independent Power Producers (IPP’s) to invest in power generation assets and sell power through Power Purchase Agreements or through fully market driven price mechanisms.
Conserve has taken up these new challenges and opportunities by taking on a leading role in the development of power plant projects in the 20–300 MW range and is especially concerned with solutions to energy needs in Nigeria with focus on reliability, cost-efficiency, and environmental friendliness.
Conserve undertakes the whole range of project development from conception to financial closure, and the complex task of establishing the contractual framework needed in international, private power projects. Conserve has established an extensive network with a wide range local and international companies that provides sundry services in the establishment of an independent power plant.