TBD America, Inc.

Feasibility Studies 

Why do a feasibility study?
When faced with a business opportunity,
many developers tend to focus on its positive aspects.
We integrate our technical expertise and deep industry knowledge
to objectively uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the opportunity.

 TBD America Feasibility Study consulting services

TBD's goal is to ensure our clients make the right decision, whether it is an investment or commercialization pathway. The process of defining a new business is critical. We use our years of front-line experience to determine if a business opportunity is technically possible, practical, and viable.

In a world of increasing demand for energy, we have a major role to play in ensuring the availability, reliability, sustainability and profitability of energy and related products and processes. We combine unique expertise in order to add value to our clients in the field of risk, performance and quality management. 

With a global network of experts, we are committed to driving the global transition toward a safe, reliable, efficient, and clean energy future.

Our expertise

TBD offers technical feasibility studies for the energy and utility industry—from technical, management and regulatory strategy and planning, to engineering, process, performance and manufacturing optimization, implementation and evaluation.

  • Leading globally competitive and demanding startups to higher levels of profitability and growth.  
  • Driving R&D, engineering, development, manufacturing, operational, sales and marketing organizations, and international cross functional teams to higher levels of productivity and quality and ultimately to critically acclaimed products.

  • Managing a wide variety of revenue-generating ventures with more profitable product lines including several high-tech manufacturing start-ups.

  • Growing cutting edge startups in natural gas, renewable energy, consumer electronics, chemicals & plastics, digital media, medical device, and manufacturing industries.

  • Directing operations with limited manpower and resources to realize milestones and goals while stretching budgets to productivity needs.

  • Integrating key equities, values, technologies, and investments of partners and clients to maximize ROI and extend those relationships to new, improved or future opportunities.

  • Recognized by the USDA for feasibility studies and expert opinions on biomass and waste-to-energy (biofuels) technologies.

About this practice

The feasibility study is a critical step in the business assessment process. It may be the best investment you ever made. 

As the name implies, a feasibility study is an analysis of the viability of an idea. The feasibility study focuses on helping answer the essential question of “should we proceed with the proposed project idea?” All activities of the study are directed toward helping answer this question.

Conducting a feasibility study is a good business practice. If you examine successful businesses, you will find that they did not go into a new business venture without first thoroughly examining all of the issues and assessing the probability of business success. 

A feasible business venture is one where the business will generate adequate cash-flow and profits, withstand the risks it will encounter, remain viable in the long-term and meet the goals of the founders. The venture can be either a start-up business, the purchase of an existing business, an expansion of current business operations or a new enterprise for an existing business.

Other reasons to conduct a feasibility study. 

  • Gives focus to the project and outline alternatives.
  • Narrows business alternatives
  • Identifies new opportunities through the investigative process.
  • Identifies reasons not to proceed.
  • Enhances the probability of success by addressing and mitigating factors early on that could affect the project. 
  • Provides quality information for decision making.
  • Provides documentation that the business venture was thoroughly investigated.
  • Helps in securing funding from lending institutions and other monetary sources.
  • Helps to attract equity investment.