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LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
LHH Renewable Energy Presentation041609
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  • 1. “Sustainable Energy Initiatives: Why it Provides Opportunities Wherever We Decide to Work” Presentations By: Sandra Hagevik/Lee Hecht Harrison Celia Krebs/MK Innovation Ken Carlson/Co-Profit, LLC Probir Ghosh/VSNI Corp. & invVEST
  • 2. Environmental Motivators in Business “Sustainable Energy Initiatives: Why it Provides Opportunities Wherever We Decide to Work” MK Innovation, Celia Krebs / Managing Director / celia.krebs@earthlink.net / 303-304-2136 2 Source: Freeform Dynamics Ltd. Global Survey of 1474 IT professional: February 2008
  • 3. HP & 3M Environmental Business Case Study Savings $3M “Sustainable Energy Initiatives: Why it Provides Opportunities Wherever We Decide to Work” MK Innovation, Celia Krebs / Managing Director / celia.krebs@earthlink.net / 303-304-2136 3 Objective: Optimize office printing infrastructure at 3M locations worldwide, integrate centrally controlled solution for improved manageability and workflow, while reducing total cost. Approach: 3M replaced personal printers and aging copiers with a five-year Managed Print Services agreement from HP covering its worldwide office printing needs. IT Improvements Business Benefits Centrally controlled printer/MFP fleet – greater reliability Greater than $3M in savings – first two years Reduced devices 47% globally, number of models dropped from 101 to 9 Reduced per page costs by 90% and used less supplies requiring less recycling and paper Centralized management facilitates automated supply ordering and identifies performance issues early Flexible deployment as 3M grows and changes Source: HP/3M Customer Case Study http://www.hp.com/large/ipg/mfp-build/_assets/3m_pdf.pdf?jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN
  • 4. Colorado - Less Carbon, More Jobs “Sustainable Energy Initiatives: Why it Provides Opportunities Wherever We Decide to Work” MK Innovation, Celia Krebs / Managing Director / celia.krebs@earthlink.net / 303-304-2136 4 Renewable energy Energy efficiency Source: www.edf.org
  • 5. Renewable Energy & Wind Power
  • 6. Jobs Created by 2030 Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 6 Defining, Estimating, and Forecasting The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Industry in the U.S. and in Colorado , report from Governor’s Energy Office
  • 7. U. S Jobs Created by Renewable Energy in 2030 vs. 2007 Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 7 Defining, Estimating, and Forecasting The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Industry in the U.S. and in Colorado , report from Governor’s Energy Office
  • 8. Renewable Energy Companies in Colorado Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 8 Defining, Estimating, and Forecasting The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Industry in the U.S. and in Colorado , report from Governor’s Energy Office
  • 9. Renewable Energy Companies in Colorado Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 9 Defining, Estimating, and Forecasting The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Industry in the U.S. and in Colorado , report from Governor’s Energy Office
  • 10. Where is the Wind? Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 10
  • 11. Wind Energy by 2030 Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 11 AWEA Wind Power Value Chain report
  • 12. U.S. Wind Energy Projects as of 12/31/2008 Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 12 U.S. Wind Energy Projects (As of 12/31/2008) The following map shows installed megawatts (MW) for each state. Click on the shaded states to access information on existing and under construction wind energy projects. National Total Power Capacities (MW) Existing U n de r C o ns tr uc ti o n 25,170 4, 45 1 National Total Power Capacity (MW) Existing Under Construction 25,170 4,451 AWEA
  • 13. State Total Power Capacities in Wind Top 10 Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 13 State Existing Under Construction Rank (Existing) Texas 7,116 1651 1 Iowa 2,790 20 2 California 2,517 275 3 Minnesota 1,752 0 4 Washington 1,375 70 5 Colorado 1,068 0 6 Oregon 1,067 250 7 Illinois 915 201 8 New York 832 464 9 Kansas 815 199 10 AWEA projects report as of 12/31/2008
  • 14. 1,000 MW of Wind in Texas Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 14 What 1,000 Megawatts of Wind brought to Texas Taxable value of wind power plants: $777 million Property tax payment to local school districts: $11.6 million in 2002 Landowner royalty income: $2.5 million in 2002 Wind-related jobs: 2,500 AWEA
  • 15. Generator Components Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 15 AWEA Wind Power Value Chain report
  • 16. Large Turbine Manufacturers Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 16 GE Energy Siemens Vestas Misubishi Power Systems Suzlon Gamesa AWEA
  • 17. Wind Turbine Noise Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 17 AWEA Wind Power Myths vs. Facts report
  • 18. Harm to Wildlife? Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 18 AWEA Wind Power Myths vs. Facts report
  • 19. What is the truth? Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 19
  • 20. What is the Truth? Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 20
  • 21. Basic Data on Wind Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 21 At 20% Wind by 2030 - 500,000 direct and indirect jobs will be created. 2008 - 55 new wind turbine component manufacturing facilities opened, expanded or were announced in the United States Wind Pwr Capacity - 32% growth/year the last 5 years (2004-2008) 1.5 MW - 3.0 MW generates 120 X as much electricity as 1980s models at 1/4 the per-unit cost. U.S. winds could generate more electricity in 15 years than all of Saudi Arabia's oil, without being depleted Today's 25,000 MW wind project fleet avoids 44 million tons of CO₂ (= 7,000,000 cars off the road) Reduce cumulative water consumption in the electric sector by 8% or 4 Trillion gallons from 2007 through 2030 (eere.energy.gov) University of Wisconsin-Madison calculated the average energy payback on Midwestern wind farms to between 17 & 39 times as much energy as they consume (depending on average wind speeds at the sight), while nuclear power plants generate about 16 times and coal plants 11 times as much energy as they consume. U.S. Dept. of Energy estimates America's wind energy potential to be much larger than total U.S. electricity consumption today. AWEA
  • 22. Offshore Wind & Hydro Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 22 Offshore Wind: 18 years of experience - since 1991 - with offshore wind projects in Europe 33 projects operating in 8 countries (Denmark, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Ireland. 1471 MW of offshore wind turbines in Europe generate electricity 70 - 90% of the time No offshore wind projects have been built in the U.S. Per DOE - could account for 54,000 MW of 300,000 MW envisioned in 20% scenario Hydropower plants U. S. has 80,000 dams of which only 2,400 produce power. (others for recreation, stock/farm ponds, flood control, water supply, & irrigation. AWEA
  • 23. “Greenspirational Links” Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 23 Alliance for Sustainable Colorado www.sustainablecolorado.org American Wind Energy Assoc. www.awea.org Colorado Carbon Fund www.coloradocarbonfund.org Colorado Green Tech www.coloradogreentech.net Colorado Renewable Energy Society www.cres-energy.org/events CORE www.corecolorado.org European Wind Energy Assoc. www.ewea.org Governor's Energy Office www.colorado.gov/energy invVEST www.invest.org Management Information Services,Inc www.misi-net.com National Renewable Energy Lab www.nrel.gov/wind The American Solar Energy Society www.ases.org TiE Rockies www.rockies.tie.org Vertual Source Networks, Inc www.vsnicorp.com
  • 24. “Greenspirational Links” Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 24 Climate Futures – Consequences of Climate Change www.forumforthefuture.org/files/climate %20Futures_WEB.pdf Cradle to Cradle – Remaking the Way We Make Things/Michael Braungart & William McDonough www.mcdonough.com/cradle_to_.htm Energy Star www.energystar.gov EPEAT - Environmental Attribute of Technology www.epeat.net Green Grid – Business Computing Ecosystems www.thegreengrid.org Our Common Future – The Brundtland Report/Published by the UN www.un-documents.net/wced-ocf.htm The Carbon Disclosure Project www.cdproject.net The World Wildlife Fund – IT Solutions That Help Business & the Planet assets.panda.org/downloads/it_user_guide_a4 .pdf
  • 25. Renewable Energy Survey Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 25 Renewable Energy Survey Date: Company: Representative: Title: 1What is you present involvement in the renewable energy field? 2What type of products and/or services do you supply? 3What are the biggest technical issues you are addressing? 4What are the biggest management issues you are facing? 5What has worked best for you in growing your business in this area? 6Where do you struggle in growing this business? 7How many years have you been involved in this field? 8Do you feel you get sufficient government support? 9Who are you competitors? 10Where do you see this business 5 years from now? 11What percentage of your overall business is in Renewable Energy? 12Where do you find employees? 13What type of training are you looking for in your employees? 14What comments do you have in reference to this entire field? 15Other comments in general? 16May your company name be used in reference to this survey? 17May your name be used in reference to this survey?
  • 26. Questions Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 26 1. If I am just starting out in the solar energy business, i.e.. I have a small number of installs, mostly residential, under my belt….what do you suggest as the best way to get into the commercial or government market? How important is it to go after stimulus funds? Is that too much of a distraction? 2. Where do you see wind power fitting in with the renewable energy strategy? 3. What manufacturers of wind capture technology do you see leading the way here in the US, whether they are US or foreign companies? 4. Aside from turbines (wind mills), what other wind capture equipment is being used, or being developed?
  • 27. Upcoming Events Co-Profit LLC, ken@coprofitcoach.com, Ken Carlson 303-674-6282 27 2009 Boulder Economic Summit 5/11/09 – Speakers University of CO at Boulder, Colorado Representatives, RTD, & Xcel Energy www.boulderchamber.com Colorado Green Tech Group - 5/14/09 6-7 networking, 7-9 meeting, check website for meeting changes and to register http://alternativeenergy.meetup.com/171/calendar/list/ Rocky Mountain New Energy Markets – check upcoming events @ www.hro.com

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