Nexant is a provider of intelligent grid software and clean energy solutions—pioneering, developing, and advancing electric power grid and alternative energy technologies and services.
Their exclusive focus on energy, combined with their well-respected and experienced professionals, proven technology, and proprietary industry information, has earned us distinctive brand recognition and a reputation as a top energy solutions company.
Since their inception in 2000, they have completed over 2,500 assignments in more than 100 countries, developing a thorough understanding of many of the complex issues facing public and private sector participants in the energy industry. Their clients include Fortune 500 companies, utilities, transmission and distribution system operators, petroleum and chemical majors, financial institutions, government agencies, and development banks.
Nexant is headquartered in San Francisco, California and has 30 corporate, representative, and project offices located throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Their shareholders include TeleSoft Partners, Oak Investment Partners, The Beacon Group, Intel Capital, R&K Wadhwani Trust, Nth Power, Morgan Stanley Global Energy Group, and Frog and Peach—as well as Nexant management and staff.
INTERNATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES
Development requires a stable energy supply, infrastructure, and, increasingly, clean energy in order to attain—and sustain—the full economic benefits of reliable energy supply, the environmental benefits of clean air, soil, and water, and the social benefits of job creation.
Nexant's international practice plays an influential role in integrated national and regional energy policy and planning, developing energy markets, and facilitating innovative approaches to the financing of energy infrastructure and energy efficiency technologies in many parts of the world.
Their experience encompasses a wide range of projects-from supporting the development of regional energy markets in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East to managing a $45 million credit line for residential energy incentives in Bulgaria; from providing advisory services that leveraged $600 million in World Bank loans for power sector upgrades in Nigeria to developing a DSM manual for use by state-owned electric utilities in China; and from conducting an energy efficiency market potential study for the Saudi Ministry of Electricity and Water to assessing solar and wind potential at industrial facilities in Puerto Rico.
Since their inception in the year 2000, they have completed more than 2,000 projects in 70 countries through offices in the United States, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Areas they support include:
Planning and Policy Development
Developing energy master plans for national governments and for companies with facilities around the world
Supporting energy sector planning and regulation and pricing policies in competitive regional settings
Advising on energy sector liberalization to promote private sector participation and commercialization of the energy sector
Advising on policies that encourage energy efficiency and renewable energy, the economics of climate change mitigation, DSM strategies, and private sector services
Energy and electricity market development and transformation
Facilitating regional cooperation in energy efficiency
Developing a competitive regional market in clean energy
Institutional and organizational development
Strengthening energy sector regulatory bodies
Strengthening the capacity of the private sector in emerging markets
Training, peer exchanges, and institutional strengthening
Developing the enabling environment for investment in the energy sector
Facilitating financing for energy infrastructure or efficiency programs
Direct technical support
Transactional advisory support services
Cross border power trade
Feasibility studies, process improvement
Energy efficiency and energy management
Advocacy and public relations
Supporting the organizational development of parastatal agencies and non-government industry advocacy entities
Developing promotion strategies and awareness/outreach campaigns
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