• Easy to use web interface

  • Calculation engine for various HLBV revenue, cost, accounting and partnership schedules.

  • Management reports, business intelligence and analytics

  • Multi user access control enabled

HLBV provides:

  • Convenient modeling of wind energy deals along key variables with a very user friendly web interface.
  • An easy to use web interface to actualize the deals on ongoing basis.
  • Facilitates the input of existing transactions and new transactions into the software with minimal effort.
  • Calculation engine for various HLBV revenue, cost, accounting and partnership schedules.
  • Forecast engine for futuristic revenue, cost, accounting and partnership schedules and likely timing of IRR.
  • Management reports, business intelligence and analytics to understand the effectiveness of underwriter’s projection, variance analysis and benchmarking of wind deal along geographic and economic conditions.
  • Multi user access control enabled by secure technical features providing data protection and audit capabilities.
  • Data Visualizations for different reports through Tableau.
  • HLBV Pro is available as a PaaS and on premise offering.

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