As countries grow, lack of sufficient power is becoming an increasingly important barrier to the development of their economies.  In many cases, governments do not have the financial resources or the management capacity to run existing systems efficiently, or to bring new projects to fruition.  Private investors can play a strong role in financing expanded services. More importantly, private investors bring innovation, and an increased ability to manage risk. CPCS has become increasingly involved in structuring private participation in the power sector.

"We develop structures that meet public objectives, while ensuring bankable projects for investors and operators."

CPCS leverages the expertise of our practice areas to provide the following services to clients:    

  • Transaction advisory services for Governments
  • Bid management services for Investors
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Business Plans

CPCS is a member of the Canada Africa Power Alliance.   An alliance of Canadian companies and Institiutions with the goal to help African partners expand their generation capacity and electricity network facilities and provide reliable, clean energy and increased access to their citizens.

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Featured Papers

End of Monopoly:  Entry of Competition in Electric Markets – Comparative Studies

Featured Presentations

CPCS - Energy Experience in Africa

Power Reform in Nigeria