TDS have technical capabilities that include:

  • Feasibility, technical scoping, engineering, design and implementation of specialised renewable energy and low carbon power systems;
    -Associated risk, and techno-economic analysis;
    -Financial modelling;
    -Business, and investment case framing;
  • Commercial and technical project management;
  • Project specifications analysis- compliance legal, regulatory & reporting frameworks;
  • Stakeholder relations- multi-cultural, socio-political, government and investor;
  • Environmental impact assessments- permitting and compliance;
  • Integrated natural resource management- hydrology, forestry, environmental impact mitigation, remediation and rehabilitation; conservation and diversity;
  • Strategic waste management;
  • Asset protection, resource product stewardship, valuation, pricing and incentivising;
  • Working with international, and ‘in-country’ educational and research institutes;
  • Forming ‘in-country’ reference committees- optimising advocacy and advisory;
  • Engaging international technical reference committees to optimise project outcomes;
  • Engaging indigenous communities- inclusive engagement, consultation, needs and aspirational analysis, programming for equitable distribution of benefit;
  • Sustainable development of social and human capital, and intergenerational equity;
  • Assessment and business case framing- local community’s social enterprise;
  • Development of vertically integrated, value-add, agriculture and fishing industries;
  • Design and implementation of, (eco), industrial (value-add) processing facilities;
  • Development of Agribusiness Centres- compilation and accessibility of local data, research and knowledge transfer  programming, trade and commercial skills training, logistics and distribution and market access;
  • Disaster mitigation and management.