Incorporating Business Cases into the Transmission Design Process

I am presenting this week at: EUCI’s Canadian Transmission Summit, March 10-11, 2014 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Canadian Transmission Summit March 10-11, 2014 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Canadian Transmission Summit
March 10-11, 2014
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Summary

This talk will discuss how business case analysis can be standardized and automated so that engineers and designers can evaluate even the small decisions that cumulatively will have a big impact on the project that is built. Attendees will learn how, using standardized methodology, data, and output, the gold standard for decision making can be used on smaller transmission infrastructure design decisions. A demonstration of how an automated business case analysis can influence design decisions will be presented.

Outline

  • CBA-BIM
    • Cost Benefit Analysis & Building information Modeling
  • Value of Transmission
    • The Business Case for a Transmission Corridor
  • External Benefits
    • A Bike Ride Along the Gatineau Hydro Corridor
  • What’s in it for Me?
    • Answer the Right Question in the Right Way

Download

Download link to a pdf of the presentation: ii_EUCI_John_C_Parker_Edmonton_ March_10_2014_v3 .

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