A feasibility study is an evaluation of a proposal, designed to determine the difficulty of carrying out a designated task and to evaluate the potential impact of a proposed project. The feasibility study precedes technical development and project implementation. The assessment is based on an outline design of system requirements in terms of infrastructure investments, input, processes, output, organizational structure, and procedures. This can be quantified in financial terms, cash requirements, knowledge requirements, and more.
The study is based on high-level data regarding the climate throughout the year, natural resources, such as soil and water, human resources that will be involved in the ongoing operation, target market, regulatory constraints and other local constraints.
The team comprises experts in the field of agronomics, irrigation, engineering, and economics. Our vast experience, covering over 110 countries, provides a unique perspective of the risks involved and the best alternatives for efficient and sustainable development.
Process and Methodology
A team of experts collects all the relevant information and analyzes it in order to find various alternatives for development, while considering the agronomic, engineering, and economic aspects of the project. The alternatives are prioritized and, at the end of the process, the optimal solution is suggested.
The deliverables include a brief description of the selected technology for implementation and a comprehensive assessment of the investments required for establishment.
The feasibility study is divided into the various activities and crop portfolios. For each crop or activity it includes system and technology design, profit analysis, project cash flow analysis, including investment schedule, and more.