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Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics projects focus on theoretical or empirical analyses of the economic effects of a national or local government’s environmental policies. Economikr’s environmental expertise is in both projects with explicit environmental objectives, such as waste treatment and water conservation, and in assessing environmental components within other fields, such as energy and transportation. Assessing the economic value of the environment is the basis of our projects, with a focus on environmental regulations, quotas on pollution, and related taxes and tariffs associated with the environment.


Economikr has a keen understanding of environmental economics, taking on projects involving economic cost assessment, benefits, and efficiency associated with environmental policies. We are experts in assessing the costs and benefits of alternative environmental policies, and presenting clients with results that promote business productivity, efficient resource use, and economic growth. 

Business Plan for EER, an Israeli Waste Treatment Company

One of Israel’s leading waste treatment firms, EER holds a patented technology for the treatment of three distinct types of waste: Municipal Solid Waste, Medical Waste, and Light and Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste. The company produces a type of renewable energy valid for ROCs (Renewables Obligation Certificate). EER’s business plan included developing an economic model of electricity sales figures derived from renewable sources and ROCs income, and examining revenue sources which were planned to be realised under the EU Landfill Directive. This project was performed under the auspices of Economic Models Ltd.

Business Plan for Waterways, an Israeli Water Conservation Company

The Waterways business plan, developed for a local water conservation company, included the evaluation of several projects based on size, implemented technology (e.g., flow control devices, gray water), and estimating the preferred scheduling required to implement each project. This model has been applied to retirement homes, hotels, and military projects.

Environmental Components in Transport Projects

Most of the transport projects in Israel, which underwent an economic feasibility study, included an environmental component dealing with pollution and noise. This analysis is part of the Transport Economic Evaluation Guidelines (known as Nohal Prat) . The majority of Economikr's economic feasibility studies performed under these guidelines included an environmental component as an integral part of the analysis.


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