CASE STUDY: INFRASTRUCTURE
Worldwide population is growing by 10'000 persons each hour. Every one of these people needs infrastructure: accommodations, energy, transport, telecommunication, education. It represents a global capital requirement estimated at USD 60 trillion (including USD 26 trillion just in Asia). States, international banks, technical experts are working together to meet these needs.
Valmetrics helped the State of Geneva assess 3 major long-term projects in the field of Energy (heat district networks). Those projects involved both private and public players with different levels of understanding and knowledge. They were various technical, academic, financial experts collaborating to manage long-term risks. Project horizons were over 30 years with multiple possible scenarios, and the modeling included 3 layers of complexity: technical data, economic data, and financial data.
Valmetrics' main contribution was to manage and transform this complexity to make the projects readable and understandable by all parties. All the projects were financed and are now up and running.