The global economic framework and its growing uncertainties requires in-depth and rigorous assessment of opportunities and risks related to projects, their policy framework and the countries business climate to drive timely decision making based on verification of investment viability from financial, social and broader sustainability - taking into account the standpoint of all stakeholders.
OpenEconomics responds to this growing need in a framework of independence, transparency and objectivity, developing and applying advanced methodologies to evaluate projects impact and contributing in arranging effective blended finance solution.
We assist Project Sponsors and Clients seeking financing gap-fillers in the context of innovative projects in energy and infrastructure by identifying and approaching suitable special finance windows & Instruments, by advising in the structuring of projects to gain eligibility and access to finance, and by assisting in the process of Client accreditation to establish long-term partnerships with governmental and multilateral financing institutions.
We develop economic and financial models to perform comprehensive cost-benefit evaluations and assess economic impact of programs and investment projects. Evaluations are framed from the point of view of the major stakeholders, public and private, also considering direct and indirect, tangible and intangible effects on the market economy, institutions, environment and culture.
For its own analysis, evaluation and operational support, OpenEconomics uses economic, mathematical, environmental and technological models based on the most advanced methodologies, including dynamic long-term equilibrium models, cost-benefit analysis extended to the evaluation of Real Options, impact assessment models (specialized for over 50 countries) and risk analysis models.