Power Development

Evaluate, Plan, Implement

The model that CES uses to provide power solutions to its customers gives CES the ability to generate power where and when it’s needed depending on the customers specific needs.  CES and its very experienced management team have built many power stations throughout the world. Because of this extensive experience and knowledge-base, the CES team can determine quickly what would be optimal fuel sources available as well as the right technology to use to provide the best possible solution for the customer. Also, having a vast array of equipment suppliers to work with allows CES to determine what would be the best type of power plant to be built in that location and then utilize our extensive partnerships with our suppliers to get the best costing possible on the project. By controlling costs and using proven technology, CES can pass extensive savings onto the customer and negotiate extremely competitive pricing.  Also, because part of our expertise is in the ability to evaluate and implement the best performance solutions, we draw upon the very deepest technical knowledge and extensive commercial partnerships available in the global market.  This comprehensive approach translates directly to accurate deliverable schedules and a significant cost savings to the projects which in turn creates a significant cost savings to our valued customers.


The growing worldwide need for Power:


Worldwide demand for electricity continues to climb as developing countries continue to expand their economies. Current worldwide consumption of electricity is estimated to be around 2 Terawatts (2 trillion watts).  An estimated 5% or 100,000 MW's of this existing power supply comes from expensive and dirty oil-based products such as heavy fuel oil (HFO), light fuel oil (LFO), and diesel.  Even at this high level of consumption, an estimated 1.1 billion people still do not have access to electricity.  An estimated 7.2 Million MW of capacity needs to be built over the next twenty years to keep pace with increasing electricy demand and to replace existing capacity set to retire during this time. 


CES operates in country's where the various power plants are operated using HFO, LFO or diesel as it's primary fuel source. Because of this fact, the power produced is typically high priced and dirty.  When developing a project, CES follows a solid model that can ensure that the power produced will be clean, in a lot of cases regarded as "green" and very affordably priced for the off-taker.  


Also, as part of the model that CES implements, the company works with the local landowners in developing a solid social-economic benefit plan that helps allocate profits from the Power Plant towards needed community development projects such as health, education, water, sewer, power development, business and job creation to name a few.