Published in District Energy: Project economic analysis: Making sense of the “alphabet soup”

November 8, 2019 Tom Phelps

Tom Phelps, Principal for Combined Heat & Power at Stantec, outlines commonly used analytical methods in the latest issue of District Energy 

 

In the latest Issue of District Energy, Tom Phelps (PE, PEng) discusses project economic analysis. The article helps to make sense of the unique set of terms that can be confusing to those who don’t often work with this “alphabet soup.” It serves as a brief guide to the economic analysis techniques commonly used to evaluate engineering projects, especially in the initial screening phases. 

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Tom is a Professional Engineer specializing in building and campus energy systems evaluation and detailed design, including electrical power and thermal energy generation and distribution.

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