The strategic shift by governments throughout the world in support of renewable energy, arising from international agreements such as the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement (December 2015), presents opportunities for developing economies to establish bioenergy projects. Such projects can contribute positively to energy supply growth and stability of electrical grid operation.
The commercial challenge
Increasingly, governments and corporations are seeking commercial solutions to their future energy requirements through the use of sustainable natural resources. The challenge for both public and private utilities and Independent Power Producers (IPPs) lies in the development of commercially competitive renewable energy business models of a sufficient scale to replace or augment finite fossil fuel energy sources. The development of such commercially competitive and attractive projects often has to occur within complex transitional energy markets. This is where Booker Tate with its global business experience in developing flagship projects is able to deliver considerable value throughout the project development and business operations cycle.
What we can offer
Booker Tate has unrivalled experience in the development, management and operation of large-scale projects in the sugar sector.
Drawing upon its extensive experience of biomass production, harvesting, logistics, fuel-stock management and cogeneration energy production in the sugar sector, Booker Tate is able to analyse, plan, develop and, most importantly, manage the implementation of commercial bioenergy projects on behalf of its clients, often working in partnership with energy companies.
Biomass is a key sustainable source of energy for the future. Booker Tate is able to develop and implement robust commercial business solutions for clients and provides the credibility needed to attract investors and to secure off-take agreements.