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Renewable Energy
Feasibility Study

Wert-Berater, Inc. specializes in providing expert and reliable feasibility studies for Renewable Energy projects.

Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Studies

Solar Feasibility Studies

Wind Feasibility Studies

Geothermal Feasibility Studies

Biomass Feasibility Studies

Bioenergy Feasibility Studies

USDA REAP Loan and Grant Programs


Our team of experienced professionals evaluates all aspects of the project to ensure its success – from project inception to construction and operations planning.


Choose us to help you make informed decisions for your Renewable Energy project.

Book a meeting to interview us, ask questions and view samples of our work.

Because of client project confidentiality, unfortunately we do not email samples to customers  - Client Confidentiality is Sacred.

Renewable Energy
Feasibility Study

At Wert-Berater, Inc., we are experts in Renewable Energy feasibility studies, providing essential information to those seeking USDA REAP Grants or Loan Guarantee programs, USDA B&I Loan Guarantee Program or other commercial loans.


Our team of professionals is dedicated to delivering accurate and comprehensive evaluations of Renewable Energy properties, including market analysis, financial projections, and site assessments.


With our expertise and attention to detail, we help clients make informed decisions about their investments and develop successful business plans.

Whether your project is an expansion or new build Renewable Energy, we have the experience to provide a comprehensive Renewable Energy feasibility study that assist your decision making process and potential loan underwriting in compliance with the USDA REAP Grants or Loan Guarantee programs, USDA B&I Loan Guarantee Program or other commercial loan requirements.

See our Experience Page for recent Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies completed around the nation.


How do we do it?

Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies are carried out by a careful evaluation as presented in the following Renewable Energy Feasibility Statement of Work which complies with USDA REAP Grants or Loan Guarantee programs underwriting requirements.

We subscribe to reliable  and  sources of data that are accepted by loan underwriters.

Will my Renewable Energy feasibility study be accepted by my lender?

We are approved by a vast network of USDA B&I lenders, Commercial Banks.  Prior to ordering your Renewable Energy feasibility study, if your lender in not on our list, we are pleased to provide our feasibility study consultant credentials including E&O Insurance, Sample Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies, references, and our resumes.

How much does a Renewable Energy Feasibility Study cost?

Depending on the complexity of the project and the time needed to have a completed Renewable Energy feasibility study ready, the cost varies from about $5,000 to $50,000.

How much time is needed for us to complete and deliver your Renewable Energyfeasibility study?

This depends on our workload when you order your Renewable Energy feasibility study.  

RUSH orders cost extra, but can be completed in as little as 7-business days, providing you have the necessary items provided to us at engagement.

Generally, Renewable Energy feasibility studies are completed in about 10 to 20 business days.  

What items do I need to provide to have a Renewable Energy Feasibility Study completed? 

Our Renewable Energy feasibility studies are comprehensive and intended for loan or  grant underwriting purposes.  

We normally request the following items when you engage us for a Renewable Energy feasibility study:

  • Parcel number(s)

  • Land cost

  • Site plan

  • Structures details

  • Offerings mixture and rates

  • Project cost breakdown

  • Land cost and when purchased or is it under contract

  • Loan terms applied for including 

  • Grant amount applied for

  • Copy of your business plan including your projections

  • Any appraisals

  • Any technical reports

  • Any environmental reports (if a purchase, continuance or reposition project, all Phase I or Phase II Environmental assessments

  • Loan term sheet if available

  • Other items you deem important

  • Lender contact details

Renewable Energy Feasibility Study Statement of Work
USDA RD Instruction 4280-B Appendix D and 7 CFR 5001.303 (c) (4)

Executive Summary

Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies are designed to comply with  USDA loan guarantee and grant programs and other commercial loan application requirements. 


The Executive Summary includes the following items:

  • Provide an overview to describe the nature and scope of the proposed project, including the purpose, project location, design features, capacity, and estimated capital costs. Include a summary of the feasibility determinations made for each applicable component.


Economic Feasibility

  • Minimum amounts of required inputs (labor, infrastructure, utilities, renewable resources,

       feedstocks, animals, among others) to operate successfully

  • Contracts in place and contracts to be negotiated, including terms and renewals

  • Environmental risks

  • Cost of project relative to the increase in revenues or benefits provided

  • Overall economic impact of project including new markets created and economic development


Market Feasibility

Analysis of the current and future market potential, competition, sales or service estimations including current and prospective buyers or users.

  • Competition

  • Type of project: service, product or commodity based

  • Target market, new versus established

  • End user analysis, captive versus competitive

  • By-product revenue streams

  • Industry risk

  • Pricing


Technical Feasibility

Analyzing the reliability of the technology to be used and the analysis of the delivery of goods or services, including transportation, business location, and the need for technology, materials, and labor.

  • Commercial availability

  • Product and process success record and duplication of results

  • Experience of the service providers Roads, rail, airport infrastructure

  • Water, electricity, and other utilities

  • Waste disposal

  • Need for local transportation.

  • Labor market

  • Availability of materials

  • Use, age, and reliability of technology

  • Construction risk


 Feasibility Feasibility

:  Analysis of the operation to achieve sufficient income, credit, and cash flow to financially sustain the project over the long term and meet all debt obligations.

  • Commercial or project underwriting

  • Management’s assumptions

  • Accounting policies

  • Source of repayment

  • Dependency on other entities

  • Equity contribution

  • Market demand forecast

  • Peer industry comparison

  • Cost-accounting system

  • Availability of short-term credit

  • Adequacy of raw materials and supplies

  • Sensitivity analysis


Management Feasibility

Analysis of the legal structure of the business or operation; ownership, board, and management analysis.

  • History of the business or organization

  • Professional and educational background

  • Experience

  • Skills

  • Qualifications necessary to implement the project

Anaerobic Digester Project/Biogas

  • Provide adequate and appropriate data to demonstrate the amount of renewable resource available.


  • Indicate the substrates used as digester inputs, including animal wastes or other Renewable Biomass in terms of type, quantity, seasonality, and frequency of collection.


  • Describe any special handling of feedstock that may be necessary. Describe the process for determining the feedstock resource. Provide either tabular values or laboratory analysis of representative samples that include biodegradability studies to produce gas production estimates for the project on daily, monthly, and seasonal basis.


  • If an anerobic digester project, identify the type of operation (e.g., dairy, swine, layer, etc.), along with breed, herd population size and demographics, and the type of waste collection method and frequency information available.


  • For the biogas produced, identify the type of digester (e.g., mixed, plugflow, attached film, covered lagoon, etc.), if applicable, or the method of capture (landfill, sewage waste treatment, etc.) and treatment.

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