Forming a new renewable energy entity can be daunting, risky and exhilarating all at the same time. There are so many aspects to consider, from developing the business plan and financial projections to evaluating financing alternatives and tax implications. And then there are the articles of incorporation, bylaws, membership agreements and management agreements that need to be reviewed.
Entity formation is a complex process which has long-term consequences if not done correctly from the start. Professional advice can help you and your shareholders feel confident about the future of your organization.
Management teams in the energy industry are often overwhelmed with their day-to-day responsibilities. You deal with several critical functions, including operations, member relations, sales, inventory controls, finance and accounting management, government regulations and market dynamics. On top of that, you're also looking for ways to increase productivity, minimize costs and improve quality.
Analyzing the operational efficiency of your organization gives you a snapshot of where you are today, what your current processes are, how you can be more efficient and what it's going to take to get there. Besides an implementation plan, periodic check-ins can ensure you're on track with changes and improvements.
What are your shares worth? Determining business or share value can be a complicated task. Many factors impact the value of your organization's ownership interests. An accurate understanding of these factors and how they influence your organization's value is critical.
We follow a thorough process in determining share value, which starts with understanding the purpose of the valuation. From there, our professionals gather and analyze information to reach a valuation conclusion.
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