BSI wins contract with Instituto Nacional de Ecología y Cambio Climático (INECC)

Boston Strategies International (BSI) has been engaged by a branch of the Mexican government – the Instituto Nacional de Ecología y Cambio Climático (National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change) – to study renewable energy costs and value chains. BSI will compare the costs and value added of environmentally sustainable technologies for the power generation sector (large scale solar, wind and geothermal, vs combined cycle natural gas technology) to support decision-making in environmental mitigation. The study will analyze the principal actors, elements and processes, as well as costs, value added, and barriers to entry attributable to each segment of the value chain, as inputs on energy policy formulation.

The Instituto Nacional de Ecología y Cambio Climático (INECC) produces valuable scientific and technical information on environmental issues and the training of human resources, in order to inform society, support decision making, encourage the protection of the environment, promote the sustainable use of natural resources, and support the Mexican Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources in reading its goals. It aims to be a leader agency in applied environmental research, that develops and promotes scientific cooperation projects that contribute effectively to resolve the major environmental problems of Mexico, and support the conservation and restoration of the environment in the whole country.

Boston Strategies International is a consultancy that reduces cost of gas, oil, and power operations by up to 30% through value chain cost engineering, targeted strategic sourcing, and supply contract negotiation. BSI leverages its proprietary economic models and frameworks to advise Ministries of Finance, Ministries of Economy, Ministries of Industry, and other governmental agencies in the formulation of national and energy tax, subsidy, and investment promotion policies. Our broad experience across all aspects of industrial value chains, combined with our strength in economic analysis, provides clients with robust and trustworthy roadmaps for growth.

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About the author

David Jacoby has been consulting for over 25 years in operations strategy, of which the last eight have focused on the oil, gas, and power industries. He wrote Optimal Supply Chain Management in Oil, Gas, and Power Generation (PennWell, 2012) and The Guide to Supply Chain Management(The Economist, 2009). He has taught Operations Management at Boston University's Graduate School of Business and served as a Contributing Editor for the Economist Intelligence Unit. He holds a B.S. in Economics and an MBA from the Wharton School.

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Great to hear….all the best for the project team.

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