Zelya Energy

The Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) is one of the key elements on which the calculation of the price of an asset or an energy project is based. The energy sector is made up of many types of players and infrastructures, which often combine regulated and non-regulated activities...

Over the past few years, we have been asked to carry out several studies on the WACC and its “breakdown” according to the type of infrastructure, for the main European infrastructure operators as well as energy regulators. It is this know-how, combined with our expertise in the energy sector, that our customers benefit from.

We respond to the key challenges of the investor

  • by calculating and determining precisely the different parameters of the WACC
  • by taking into account in our calculations essential variables : country risk, exchange rate, regulated tariffs, market or state-guaranteed revenues..
  • and by quantifying their impact on the value of the WACC to be retained according to the analyzed asset

Study Excerpt: Comparison of WACC values

Electricity Transmission (past values)

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Extract from a WACC determination study "WACC study for RES projects

The cost of capital for gas and electricity infrastructures

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