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Project Management – The Complete Process (with Case Studies from Renewable Energy Sector)

Project Management – The Complete Process (with Case Studies from Renewable Energy Sector)

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789352718740
  • 984 pages
  • Paperback
  • 6.75 X 9.5 inches
  • Book 595.00
  • 2019

 

The book presents a mix of theory and practice; a mix of engineering, finance, taxation, economics, statistics, legal aspects, governmental policies and international practice; and a mix of case studies, and illustrations.

This textbook covers the entire gamut of project scoping, identification, development and appraisal and is primarily designed to meet the requirements of postgraduate students of management and engineering education. Researchers, consultants, policy makers and professionals in project management will find it a good body of knowledge as a reference source. The objective of the book is to provide a multidisciplinary grounding to the readers so that they can develop all the skills and competencies required to view or manage the entire project management process as an integrated whole. The book has been written in an easy-to-understand style and uses live case studies of renewable energy projects to illustrate the concepts, so that the students/readers understand them in the context of the real world. Though based on renewable energy projects, majority of the concepts explained in the book are applicable to other industrial projects equally – detailed guidance and notes on this aspect is given appropriately in the book.

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Standard Abbreviations used in the Book, Segment-1: Introductory: 1. Introduction, Segment-2: Commercial Viability, 2. Commercial Viability, Segment-3: Technical Feasibility: 3. The Technology, 4. Plant Capacity, 5. Generation, 6. Inputs, 7. Implementation Management, Segment-4: Financial Soundness: 8. Business Organization, 9. Project Cost, 10. Financing, 11. Projected Operating Statement, 12. Analysis, Segment-5: Economic Evaluation: 13. Economic Appraisal, Segment-6: Management Appraisal: 14. Appraisal of Management • Index