PartII – LO3 and LO4Modeof Assignment – Report WordLimit: XXXXXXXXXX% variation accepted)Select a project that is on-going orimplemented within an organisation. The organisation must be one...

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II – LO3 and LO4

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Select a project that is on-going or
implemented within an organisation. The organisation must be one operating
within Sri Lanka. Answer the following questions based on this selected

Note: a hypothetical organization/project

  1. Give an introduction to the selected project, explaining each stage

    of the Project Life Cycle.

  2. Prepare a Work Breakdown Structure for the project

  3. Discuss the various tools and methodologies used in this project

    for Project Management along with the leadership style/ qualities of the

    Project Manager and top project officials

  4. Discuss how the tools and methodologies presented in question three

    help the project to meet its objectives of Cost, Time and Scope

  5. Describe various parameters used by the organization to

    differentiate between small, medium and large projects. Identify which

    category the selected project falls into

  6. Based on the analysis done and theories used, make at least 02 or

    more valid recommendations for achieving improved performance within this







the Project Life Cycle (PLC) to a given context



each stage of the PLC to a given project, producing necessary supporting

documentation for completing the project innovation.



the rationale for the project methodologies, tools and leadership within the

PLC for the given project


& LO4



evaluate the PLC through a practical and theoretical exploration of its

effectiveness to draw valid conclusions and recommendations for improvement.



and critique the application of the PLC used in a given project



and critique the effectiveness of the PLC in application to the chosen

project using appropriate theories, concepts and models.



analyse how the use of appropriate theories, concepts and models in the PLC

will differentiate between large and small-scale projects.

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Answer To: PartII – LO3 and LO4Modeof Assignment – Report WordLimit: XXXXXXXXXX% variation accepted)Select a...

Deblina answered on Nov 25 2022
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Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Project Life Cycle    3
Work Breakdown Structure    5
Tools & Methodologies    6
Project Objectives    7
Project Parameters    7
Recommendation    8
References    9
The hybrid power project has been signed as a memorandum of understanding between the external affairs minister of the Sri Lankan Government with that of the external affairs minister of India. Hybrid power systems are those
power systems that generate electricity from two or more usually renewable sources of energy sharing a connection point. This is the energy project in the northern and the eastern parts of Sri Lanka after the recent agreements of the National Thermal Power Corporation’s solar venture in the eastern Sampurn town and Adani Group’s Renewable energy project in the Mannar and the Pooneryn areas of northern Sri Lanka. This project was agreed upon to build a hybrid power project to build two renewable power projects of 500 MW with an investment of nearly 500 million dollars. This project was signed between the representatives of the Adani Group, the Ceylon Electricity Board, the Sustainable Energy Authority, and the Board of Investment. The project will cost about 500 million dollars and is expected to be completed within one year. The project has effectively focused on building three major renewable energy projects by the Ceylon Electricity Board and the National Thermal Power Corporation in a joint venture to set up a 50 MW solar power park in eastern Sri Lanka.
Project Life Cycle
The hybrid power project will be focused on using renewable energy that is natural and infinite resources by using specialized technologies to harness solar and wind energy. The project life cycle can be classified into four phases in terms of development, construction and installation, operation and maintenance, and re-powering and decommissioning. The ultimate objective of the project is to produce affordable, reliable, emission-free electricity that helps the country to affordable energy for their homes and businesses sustainability and support larger climate commitments by all the levels of the government (Sathiyaseelan et al., 2019).
Development Phase
The project will be developed under the operation of the Adani Group, Ceylon Electricity Board, Sustainable Energy Authority, and the Board of Investment. It has also been considered with the senior officials in the State Ministry of solar power, wind, and hydropower project that has confirmed the signing of the agreements between these players for the renewable energy projects in Sampurn, Mannar, and Pooneryn. A component of the project development process is for the developers to engage extensively with the host communities and the need to ensure the understanding of the priority of the community and to reflect these priorities in the project design. The site for the new Wind and Solar development has already been considered. This is a critical aspect for a project to be sited responsibly and sustainability.
Construction & Installation
In the rapidly evolving field of renewable sources of energy storage and innovations are constantly being included in the construction and installation phase. Once the project is planned and initiated it needs to be completed with appropriate permits, contracts, and agreements that need to be in place for the construction and installation to begin. Smart grid, electronic vehicle charging station, network resilience initiatives, and grid transformation needs to be constructed in order to ensure energy storage. In this phase, the electric power production mechanism needs to be carried out in terms of the construction of small modular reactors. Hybrid systems combined nuclear reactors and renewable energy like a windmill or a solar power generator as electrical generators with an industrial customer and a grid tie-in.
Operation & Maintenance
The third phase is operations and maintenance in which the new project has been commissioned for use and the responsibility is handed off to a new team of operational staff to operate and maintain the site. The site owner must effectively use the employees to manage the entire equipment of the manufacturer and the combined responsibilities of the parties involved in it including the employment of the independent service providers. Wind, solar, and energy storage each have their own unique maintenance requirements. Operation and maintaining the wind turbines and the other aspects that are relevant to the complexity of the machines need to be done by...

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