Rimon Rafich, B.A.
Infrastructure Economic Feasibility Expert
Since 1993 Rimon has designed a vast resume of infrastructure economic models worldwide and has become a world renowned specialist in this field. He specializes in infrastructure projects such as Energy, Water and Transportation, with extensive international experience, working with international organizations, such as the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank.
He has worked worldwide in: USA, Romania, Russia, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Uganda, Mozambique, Nigeria, and in Israel. He has performed projects for big international firms, such as Noble Energy, and governments.
Developing economic evaluation tools of various kinds; transport economics methodologies; multi-model analysis; benefit cost analyses; economic optimization under a variety of constraints (budgetary, geographical, and institutional)Design, Integration and Programming economic, energy models; Detailed market analyses of the energy market; Estimating demand for electricity (including the implementing of an energy savings component), natural gas, oil, and other forms of energy; Forecasting electricity prices based on complex economic models; Conducting economic feasibility studies for independent power producers; and more.
He has an M.A. in Economics, Tel Aviv University, 1996 and B.A. in Economics, Cum Laude, The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, 1993.