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  • 1. 27 NOVEMBER 2013 Holliday Inn Hotel E2RNC CHILE CONSORTIUM Only 170 USD Who and why should attend? ..................................... PAGE 2 Program and Agenda .............. PAGE 3 E2RNC Chile Consortium ....... PAGE 4 The Speakers ......................... PAGE 5 Registration and contact ........ PAGE 6 The Organizers Workshop delivered by experts in NCRE (solar energy), energy efficiency and business partnerships with China: - Heller International Energy ((its counterpart the Spanish MP Bata), NCRE specialized engineering and energy efficiency on four continents. - Romatech Ltda. are experts in log lighting and electrical transformation as well as energy efficiency and transformers manufacturers Chilean market (Progos). - DLC Grupo (Shanghai) business development company between China and Latin American countries. Efficiency - Solar Energy - China ... in RESCUING COMPETITIVENESS in the CHILEAN MINING  ¡¡WORKSHOP!! Why Solar Energy, Energy Efficiency and China are the keys for the competitiveness of Chilean mining? The real voyage of discovery consists, not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. MARCEL PROUST The wise integration of solar energy and energy efficiency to reduce costs significantly and financial partnerships with customers in China increases the profitability of export competitiveness by supporting the Small, Medium or Large Scale Mining of Chile, both in the short and the medium and long terms. Between 2001 and 2011 the energy consumption of the mining industry increased by 59%, while copper production only 11% and electricity prices by more than 200%. Mainly because Chile is a country without fossil solar energy reserves (coal, oil and gas) and the reduction of copper mining laws, which fell from 1.27% to 0.86% in the same period. In 10 years, mineral resources extracted from Chile declined by 48% copper content. If we add the liquidity shortage, high credit costs and higher transport costs, then, this market is facing a perfect storm. However, we believe in PROSPEROUS and SHINY FUTURE for Chilean mining. We discover new PRACTICAL, USEFUL, DIDACTICS AND FEASIBLE formulas to proceed with NCRE, energy efficiency and to discover how China is the best ally to navigate these troubled waters. Each person registered will get a FREE Feasibility report of a solar photovoltaic project "taylor made" for its mine ". It will be amazing learning together, meet us Wednesday November 27 at Holliday Inn Santiago! Solar Installation: Heller Inter. Energy España For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 ! 1
  • 2. GASTOS!ELECTRICIDAD!ANUAL!MINA!COBRE!3.000!TMF/AÑO!EN!SING! WHO SHOULD ATTEND? … a median size mine with 30,000 t/y, production look for solutions to deal with the falling in ore grades and rising electricity costs An electric company ... who wants to follow the law 20/25 by reducing costs through the cooperation of its mining clients …a large mining company which wants to reduce between 26% - 40% of the upfront investment for a solar PV plant, increasing EBITDA and shareholder value ... for any mining professional wanting to be competitive, thanks to comprehensive energy efficiency, NCRE and partnerships with China !1.600.000!!!! The attach figure is one of the examples it will be explained during the Workshop: In this case the costs model of a copper concentrates mine production of TMF 3,000 / yr Mina%3.000%TMF%/%año%(BAU)% Mina%3.000%TMF/a%(PV%TkY)% Mina%3.000%TMF/a%(PV%PPA)% !1.400.000!!!! Mina%3.000%TMF/a%(65%BAU/35%PV@TKY)% US!DOLLARS! … a small mining company 3,000 tons/year copper concentrates production who wants to expand to 10,000 tons and to be financed through trade barter type !1.800.000!!!! !1.200.000!!!! Mina%3.000%TMF/a%(65%BAU/35%PV@PPA)% !1.000.000!!!! !800.000!!!! !600.000!!!! !400.000!!!! 2013% 2014% 2015% 2016% 2017% 2018% 2019% 2020% 2021% 2022% WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND ...? BECAUSE YOU MEET YOUR DOUBTS ... ★How solar PV more competitive a mine? And how the PV LED lighting helps to mining energy efficiency? ★How many tons of concentrates is needed to produce 1 MWh of electricity pay today? And how much in 5 and 10 years? ★How many tons of fines must be sold to make up 1 MWp of solar PV a the SING (or SIC)? How many MWh this plant will produce? ★How you can use solar energy to competitiveness and environmental marketing mining? ★Why checking redundant power bill helps you to save many dollars in electricity bills? ★Why and how compensation measurement errors can increase power transmission? Why measure in Medium Voltage ECM, double meter, AMR & AMI? ★What will the real energy costs in 10 years taking into account the decrease in mineral law? How efficiency can mitigate them? ★What an ideal energy matrix to minimize energy costs in mining 24/7? Self consumption or Net Metering? ★What is more profitable to buy, a solar plant or outsource to a financial intermediary? How to negotiate with the electric company Net Metering agreement? ★What models are useful to reduce current energy costs? Turnkey? PPA? A mix between BAU and PPA? ★What is Net Metering? How it can be implemented at the mine to reduce energy costs, present and future? ★When NCRE and energy storage will guarantee a competitive 24/7? 5 years, 10 years? ★How is the procedure as the NCRE Chile Consortium will pay the mine before charging for their services? For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 2
  • 3. THE PROGRAM: ... to rescuing Competitiveness in the Chilean Mining Industry  Reception: 8:30 - Workshop: 9:00 - 18:00 AGENDA On this page you observe the proposed agenda in 4 blocks. At the end of the blocks and between 16:30 to 18:00 we will have a final review and the following proposals Models of success in mining energy efficiency systems. Model: WE PAY FIRST, then we fund the PV. ROADMAP specified for small mines, for medium to large mining and mining groups. Welcome Breakfast 8:30 Coffee Break: 10:30 ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND MINING IN CHILE Where and when I can save electricity in the mine? ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY AND MINING IN CHILE FINANCIAL EFFICIENCY AND MINING IN CHILE What savings can be achieved for mining in 10 and 20 years in SIC / SING? How to finance investment for NCRE and Efficiency? Introduction NCRE Energy efficiency and Mining Check redundant MT systems and measurement of voltage Comprehensive monitoring system to support efficient use of Renewable for Mining Key Performance Indicators Coffee Break: 16:00 Business As Usual (BAU) Economic Models Savings Mixed Matrix: BAU and 12/7 Self-Consumption PV Savings Mixed Matrix: BAU and 12/7 Net Metering solar PV Profits and Savings 100% NCRE Networking Lunch: 12:30-14:30 Chinese Customer Financing: mineral concentrates for NCRE NCRE and Energy Efficiency Providers Financing Finance of Multilateral Organizations Imp Export Banks and Asian Banks NCRE CASE STUDY AND APPLICATIONS IN MINING Which are better examples of world NCRE in mining? Producing 3,000 TMF/year copper concentrates needs 7,430 Mining with LEDs and PV Equipment $US 1.93 Mill the bill SING grid. SIC grid would be more costly. MWh in 2013 (Mill $US 0.74). In 2022 it will require 10,620 MWh (Mill $US 1.63). 35% of solar energy in the mix, it would reduce Solar PV examples in Mining Solar Thermal (low) and CSP In Mining and Oil Industry Wind Farms and Mining Other NCRE and Mining For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 3
  • 4. FOUNDERS The Consortium has been founded by the conjunction of a group of Chilean companies with three generations of experience in the electricity market and the first Spanish engineering NCRE with specific mining division and business development company amongst China, Spain and Latin America FREE Workshop services "a la carte" pre/post Workshop Services BEFORE Workshop For those interested in learning more about the topics to be discussed at the Workshop, the Consortium offers SKYPE INQUIRIES: Every Thursday 9:00 - 11:00 AM, internet y skype conference with the experts. email a: CONSULTAS EMAIL: During midweeks IPRE-FEASIBILITY REPORTS FREE: To officially registered person, if you want to file the report before the Workshop and, depending on workloads and minimum one week before the workshop Treatment in the coffee break or networking lunch Services AFTER Workshop PRE-FEASIBILITY REPORTS for FREE COLLABORATORS SPECIFIC VISITS TO THE MINES SKYPE INQUIRIES: All persons have the rightduring a month later at the workshop, to enter FREE ONLINE DATING to address doubts raised. FREE eMAIL INQUIRIES: During the two months following the workshop, all registered shall be entitled to receive FREE answer to questions by email. For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 4
  • 5. Solar Power Great Northern Chile (2015-2040) PICTURE: 54 MWp photovoltaic plant in the mining area of!Puertollano (Ciudad Real, Spain). It also serves electricity to an oil refinery, combined with a CSP power plant 50 MW and 15 MW coal Source of data: r4minig study (2013) and data from the Fundación Chile (Scenarios 2030) Gran Norte will produce 7.5 PV TWh/year of solar energy in 25 years, 20% higher Bolivia’s annual consumption Antofagasta will produce 4.78 PV TWh / year amongst 2015 2040 power equivalent to 80% Panama’s yearly consumption Speakers and Experts Support Arica Paniracota will produce 0.62 PV TWh/year, which equals the Guyana’s annual consumption Tarapacá will produce 1.17 PV TWh/year, twice Mauritania’s annual consumption Atacama: will produce 0.92 TWh / year of 3-4 times the Haití’s annual consumption There's a difference between knowing the path and walking the path Morfeo, “The Matrix” Mariano Orellana Ureta Sebastián Ríos Marcuello Ph.D Prof. Pontificia Católica Univ. Chile. Planning and economic operation of power systems, electrical power systems Ph.D. University of Manchester, Electrical Engineer, Universidad de Chile, Master of Science, Heriot-Watt University. Expert in dynamics power systems. Assessment and Measurement of Electric Service Quality. Arnoldus van den Hurk Ph.D Mining Dpt. HELLER Interna. Energy Dr. Geology (Univ. A. Barcelona y Universität Tübingen). MBA on Marketing (IEDE, Madrid / Shanghai). Two years Research Institute Solar Energy Science & Technology Shanghai Univ. 15 years experience in Mining and Petroleum, 10 years consultant NCRE (PV, CSP, CPV, ST). Worked on 4th continents. Blog: Francesc Hervera CSO HELLER International Energy Industrial Engineer (U. P. Barcelona) y Master in Business Management and Industrial Marketing. 20 years experience in the power sector. Ex-director of Schneider Electric and Siemens. Energy expert and internationalization, development strategies, new businesses and markets. Managing Director Romatech Ltda. Chilean market expert electrical measurement, processing and transmission. Energy efficiency in mining and other sectors of Chilean and Latin America. Daniel Li Cordova Director DLC Grupo. Business Developer China – España – América Latina, Expert in business development and investment China in Spain and Latin America: Mining, Commodities or Renewables. China Advisor (ACS Cobra, CMEC, Air Europa, OHL, CIC ...). 18 years experience. Raimon Arnau Chief Engineer - MP Bata Polytechnic University of Barcelona Engineer and MBA Industrial UAB and U. Barcelona). Expert in Energy efficiency and NCRE (Solar, Wind, automation, network systems integration). Former commercial director ENDESA, Spain. Sr. Daniel Bonals (COO) COO MP Bata Industrial Engineer (UP Barcelona), Master in Environmental Engineering and Management and Bachelor of Law (U. Barcelona). Expert efficiency and implementation of power plants based on renewables. He has worked as an executive in productivity in Cap Gemini, Ernst & Young and Ross Systems. For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 5
  • 6. PRE-FEASIBILITY STUDY DYou can make a FREE preliminary study of a photovoltaic solar plant specific for all assistant that interests you, based on a case of the client company's own wizard (be mine, partnership, supplier or financial). In the same ratios include KPI r4m Each participant will receive a code where you may download presentations and a selection of key documents (white paper type) on the topics covered in the workshop and case studies of NCRE IN MINING REGISTRATION Phone: (56.2) 356 2218 - Fax: (56.2) 356 2202 - Cel: (56.9) 9591 8259 Date: Wednesday, 27th November. 9:00 AM-18:00 PM Lugar: Conference Halls, Holliday Inn Express Hotel El Golf (Las Condes) Santiago. Chile Address: Avenida Vitacura 2929, Santiago 0000, Chile (Las Condes) . TEL: 56224996000 - Fax: 56224996200 PRICE AND PAYMENT METHODS: U.S. $ 170 (excluding VAT) per attendee before November 20. Includes Coffee Breaks and Lunch $ 230 USA (No VAT) beyond November 20. It includes Coffee Breaks and Lunch Bank Account CASTRO Y CIA ( ROMATECH) Banco Santander, Santiago, Chile # 63 120 55-3. RUT : 77.888.480-1 Only to pay Email: CONSORTIUM MISSION STATEMENT Chile E2RNC Consortium's mission is the development of a Conscious Capitalism with the participation of NCRE (Non Conventional Renewable Energy) and the Comprehensive Efficiency (energy, economic and financial). This Mission is formulated under the sustainable development of society and the responsibility for future generations. The Consortium recognizes the interdependence with the market, institutions and society and finding Harmony and Value Creation interests of all stakeholders in their performances. It also undertakes to develop a leadership based on Innovation, Quality and Commitment to a Culture Responsible to the Communities where the Consortium acts. For more information and registration: Subject to change location, times and speakers. CEC © 2013 6