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  1. 1. OVERVIEW 2013 The Future of Energy 2014
  2. 2. Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (Solar Wind Energy) a wholly owned subsidiary of Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc.,(OTCBB:SWET) ( the “Company”) believes that some of the statements included in this release may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties such as competitive factors, technological development, market demand and the Company’s ability to obtain new contracts and accurately estimate net revenues due to variability in size, scope and duration of projects, and internal issues in the sponsoring client. Further information on potential factors that could affect the Company’s financial results, can be found in the Company’s various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Contents of this document are the property of Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. and are privileged and confidential. Any dissemination or use of the contents of this document is strictly prohibited without express written consent. Forward Looking Statements
  3. 3. A Bold New Approach to Renewable Energy Solar Wind Energy offers a bold new approach to overcome the current limitations of traditional Solar and Wind energy sources . Solar Wind Energy
  4. 4. The World is Aggressively Pursuing Energy Independence With Clean, Sustainable Energy Solutions • The Solar Wind Energy Tower solution is a hybrid solar/wind technology • The simplicity of the solution is comprised of harnessing the natural power of a downdraft created when water is introduced as a catalyst to hot dry air heated by the solar rays of the sun within the confines of the Solar Wind Energy Tower structure. Introduction
  5. 5. The Principle • The Solar Wind Energy Tower is a hollow cylinder with a water injection system near the top. • Pumps deliver water to the Tower’s injection system where a fine mist is cast across the entire opening. • The water introduced by the injection system evaporates and is absorbed by the hot dry air which has been heated by the solar rays of the sun. • The air becomes cooler, denser and heavier than the outside warmer air creating winds that fall through the cylinder at speeds up to and in excess of 50 mph and are diverted into wind tunnels surrounding the base of the Tower. • Turbines inside the wind tunnels power generators to produce electricity. Technology - How the Solar Wind Energy Tower Works
  6. 6. Environmental Aspects • Generates clean, cost effective and efficient electrical power. • Avoids the adverse damaging effects of fossil and nuclear fuels and other know alternative power sources. • Operates 24/7 and can outperform solar collectors that produce only when the sun shines and wind turbines that produce only when the wind blows. • Virtually no carbon footprint, fuel consumption or waste production. • Uses benevolent non-toxic natural elements to generate electricity. • Produces energy at same cost or lower than traditional fossil fuel facilities while preserving the natural resources. Solar Wind Energy Tower
  7. 7. Global Energy Generation Calculator – (EGC) A proprietary software based analytical program has been developed to determine the energy generation capabilities of its Solar Wind Energy Tower based on the climate in geographic locations around the world. • This essential tool applies “known” scientific meteorology data to pin-point weather conditions of a specific area to the Solar Wind Energy Tower’s variables in order to determine and project energy outputs on a daily basis. • Solar Wind Energy can now rapidly respond to a request from virtually any country reasonably suitable to host a project and determine specifically where the Solar Wind Energy Tower should be located, the size of the Tower and the amount of electricity it can produce. • This analytical tool, combined with proprietary operating systems technology and existing core patents, clearly provides the Company with a unique opportunity to allow global positioning of this alternative solution to the world’s energy needs.
  8. 8. World Wide Production of Abundant, Clean, Affordable Energy • Solar Wind Energy Tower can now evaluate potential Energy Tower sites around the world and calculate and predict the shape and size of the Tower and the amount of electricity that can be produced in any region. • The design specification for the first Tower in San Luis, Arizona has a capacity on an hourly basis of up to 1,250 megawatt hours, gross. Due to lower capacities during winter days, the average hourly output per day for sale to the grid for the entire year is approximately 435 megawatt hours/hr. • Multiple Towers can be deployed in “Compounds” using the same cranes, water source, material delivery systems , construction systems, and labor forces. • Height of the first Tower has been set at 2,250 feet by utilizing the EGC software to calculate and predict energy production. • The Towers are constructed in concrete which is readily available around the globe and the power systems and working parts are all virtually “off the shelf” equipment. • Tower life expectancy 50 years • Total cost of electricity from the Solar Wind Energy Tower (including amortized cost of construction and financing) is approximately 1/3 of traditional Solar and/or Wind energy sources. ($.05 - $.06 USD /kWh)
  9. 9. OVERVIEW 2013 Some of the best consultants in the world have been and continue to support SWET's efforts to bring this first Solar Wind Energy Tower to market for example: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company - A large major national contractor and construction management organization to assist in project planning, advanced value engineering and budget and project scheduling and is available to oversee project development as the owner’s representative. Commonwealth Dynamics - A major international contractor with companies in Saudi Arabia, UAE, India, Chile, Mexico and USA, specializing in the design and construction of tall reinforced concrete structures, will be prime sub- contractor for the Tower structure. Kroll Cranes S/A of Denmark - Has worked closely for over two years to create a tower crane system and equipment elevator lift system that would guarantee the construction of the Tower in a timely/predictable manner. Kroll will manufacture, design and set up appropriate crane for the Tower. Lead Consultants from Renowned Meteorological and Engineering Schools – Have researched and developed the programs and algorithms needed to accurately measure the predictable wind speeds and internal pressures created within the Tower structure and the predictable power produced. Milwaukee School of Engineering – Development of the mechanical operating systems for the hydraulic power transmission systems and the water injection system Holland & Knight LLC –International law firm has guided the company and advised on energy policy as well as political policy since inception. Teaming Partners
  10. 10. Business Model - Project Partnering The Company’s business plan involves “partnering” with various entities such as Sovereign Nations, Kingdoms, utilities, and independent power producers to provide the ability to bring this solution to the market as rapidly as possible. • Each Solar Wind Energy Tower is its own independent project. Solar Wind Energy’s involvement in each project is to facilitate the Tower’s development with its expertise and intellectual property. • Solar Wind Energy will receive licensing fees, development fees and royalties on power sales from each project and/or ownership interests. • Territorial License Fee (varies per territory). • Development Fee Per Tower Project (varies per services rendered). • Royalty Fee of $0.00375 USD / kWh (20 years), Post 20 years Royalty Fee and Buy Out to be negotiated.
  11. 11. Compound of Energy Towers
  12. 12. OVERVIEW 2013 WIND SOLAR SOLAR/WIND Site Size 100,000 acres 10,000 acres 600 Acres Installed Cost $5.3 Billion $5.7 Billion $1.5 Billion Useful Life 20 Years 25 Years 50 Years Inverter Required Yes Yes No Gov’t Subsidy Required Yes Yes No Generates Power 24/7 No No Yes Predictable Output No No Yes Predictable Peak Demand No Yes Yes Available Tax/Carbon Credits Yes Yes Yes COMPARISON of 4,380,000 MWH ANNUAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES
  13. 13. OPPORTUNITY • Solar Wind Energy Tower has developed the knowledge / intellectual property / and team to deliver this compelling energy Solution. • Solar Wind Energy is seeking “Development Partners” to deliver this solution to Sovereign Nations, Kingdoms, government and/or utilities. • The Solar Wind Energy Team can provide a “Menu” of services : • Evaluate any site to determine the appropriate value proposition for the area. • Provide “Owner’s Representation” for construction • Provide complete Tower construction via Team – Subcontractors • Fixed Fees For Services • License Fee For Territory • Development Fee Per Tower • Royalty Fees From Each Tower
  14. 14. • Site under recorded contract to purchase. • Development Rights Agreement signed with local City of San Luis, Arizona. • City to provide water to fuel the Tower for a minimum of 50 years. • Tower designed to provide more electricity than the Hoover Dam. • Teaming Partners in place. • Conditional Letter of Intent for financing in place Arizona Tower Project
  15. 15. OTCQB:SWET