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E3's Project Investor's and Lenders Services

Are you providing capital for the acquisition or development of a technically complex and capital intensive project? If so, you may need answers. E3 can help you determine whether the Project makes financial sense; whether it can be built on time and on budget; and if it will perform as expected. We can also help you identify whether the Project will be in compliance with environmental regulations, among others.

With an average of with an average of nearly 25 years in their fields, our professionals have a vast array of functional expertise and plenty of current, hands-on experience to tap when considering these issues. First and foremost we're business people who connect the business, engineering and science of our industry in critical analysis to help our clients achieve their goals. And one of the goals is to understand the Project's risks and ensure that our clients have the proper contingencies prepared to manage them.

Regardless of whether you're investing in or lending to a new or existing electric power generating plant, transmission facility, or a new manufacturing or public infrastructure project— we understand that it's critical to avoid delays, cost overruns, and other surprises.



E3 provides an exceptional level of strategic consulting expertise to our clients to ensure on-time execution with predictable performance. We ensure that the technical side of a Project fits inside the financial projections.

When your best judgment needs specialized support, you expect more from a consultant than confirmation of what you already know. You want new and expanded knowledge to make better decisions. Succeeding in today's energy marketplace demands nothing less. Large investments involve countless angles to consider and potential pitfalls to avoid.

With a track record of reviewing more than 650 facilities, valued at more than $70 billion, E3 serves as a trusted source of independent expertise for energy, industrial, and public infrastructure projects around the world. In any project—regardless of industry—you need to understand the risks so you can structure the deal accordingly.