With an energy project budget, you can keep the expenses better under control. You will be more focused on the return on your investment. With an open budget, more or superfluous equipment will be purchased. With a defined expense it is also possible to make an efficiency calculation in advance. This is how you know immediately if more expenses are not included in the budget, which will affect your solar return. You will have a better overview of the risks for the future.
The time frame in which a project will be carried out also influences budgeting. More time, more costs.
But what is even more critical with an energy project budget is that you are forced to carry out a first preliminary investigation. Knowing what is on the market for sale and who is selling it. Maybe it is better to buy an additional warranty on equipment. With this type of things often no account is taken. An energy project budget often needs many years to achieve the desired return. The risks are therefore also wasted over a broad time span.
Time for an Energy project manager that informs you about risks before they happen.
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