PGE - Project Financial Analysis

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 12:30pm to 4:30pm
Description It is much easier to secure funding for a proposed energy-saving project if all of the associated costs and benefits are properly quantified and the resulting financial return is compelling. This workshop will cover several approaches to calculating a project's return as well as the pros and cons of using various financial metrics when requesting capital. Participants will learn how to model expected cash outflows and inflows over time, how to calculate a project's present value and other financial metrics, and how to generate compelling capital budgeting requests.

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Audience Level
  • Learn how to:
  • Understand financial returns in owner-occupied and income-producing properties
  • Use Microsoft Excel and other approaches to generate compelling value propositions
  • Model the financial returns of projects in owner-occupied properties
  • Model the financial returns of projects in non-owner-occupied properties
Instructor(s) Mark Jewell
Mark Jewell's experience includes over 25 years in commercial real estate and more than 15 years in energy efficiency. He is the founder and president of EEFG, a consultancy that has designed energy-saving improvements for more than 350 buildings and is now focused on education, training, coaching and analysis related to energy management. Earlier in his career, Mark helped the US EPA deploy both the ENERGY STAR Buildings Program for Commercial Real Estate and the Portfolio Manager benchmarking tool. Mark is a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he specialized in Economics and Finance.
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Cost No fee for this program
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