Techno-economic analysis and environmental analysis

Techno-economic feasibility studies are comprehensive assessments that evaluate the technical and economic viability of a particular project or technology. In the context of energy transition projects, these studies play a crucial role in determining whether a proposed energy-related initiative is both technically feasible and economically viable. The goal is to analyze the potential benefits, costs, risks, and overall feasibility of implementing a specific technology or project within the energy sector.

PartCat lab possesses extensive expertise in the development and application of open-source costing tools and Roadmapping frameworks tailored for industry and government projects. These tools and frameworks have been crucial in exploring and evaluating the viability of hydrogen and Power-to-X (P2X) projects in the dynamic landscapes of Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Some notable project completed by PartCat lab in collaboration with researchers from ARC TC for the Global Hydrogen Economy and Power Fuels including Hydrogen Network:

  • Development of Powerfuel Value Chain Tool for NSW Government [NSW Feasibility Study Report].
  • Assessment of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Application for Mining [Confidential Investment Bank].
  • Feasibility Study of Hydrogen Decentralised System in Indonesia [Hasnur Group].
  • Pre-FEED for Remote Power-to-X Microhub for NSW Government.
  • State of Play: The Case for an Australian Hydrogen Value Chain to Germany [DFAT and DISER].
  • NSW Power to X Pre-feasibility Study [NSW OCSE].
  • NSW Hydrogen Hub Applications [ATCO].
  • Mapping out Hydrogen Refuelling Network in Australian Eastern States [Confidential Energy Retailer].