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  • 1. Urban Solar Integration Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 1
  • 2. New ways of living & consuming…. In the EU and US, buildings of all types consume about 40% of raw materials, as well as 40% of the worlds primary energy, including 72% of generated electricity. By 2020, new constructions will have to be “Near Zero Energy Buildings”. New ways of urban living, consumption, mobility and architectural conception are emerging….. Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 2
  • 3. For NZB’s 2020 is…….nowOpen Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 3
  • 4. Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (2010) - EPBD1. EU directive to be translated in national legislations (eg. RT 2012 in France)2. Applicable to all sizes of buildings3. All new buildings must be “nearly zero energy buildings” by 2020 (2019 for new public buildings)4. « Nearly zero energy buildings » (NZEB) refers to on-site RES “building that has a very high energy performance (…). The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should to a very significant extent be covered by energy coming from renewable sources, including renewable energy produced on-site or nearby”.1. Specific frameworks and norms: HQE, BREEAM, LEED, …. Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 4
  • 5. Buildings are the urban power plantsof the future……. BIPV technical potential (roofs & façades) 250 100% 90% 200 80% 70% 150 60% TWh 50% 100 40% 30% 50 20% 10% - 0% BIPV potential (roof & façades) BIPV electricity production potential as % of electricity consumption in 2020 Source: IEA PVPS Task 7 – Potential for Building integrated photovoltaic, EPIA analysis Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 5 5
  • 6. BIPV market will benefit from exponentialgrowth… € 8+ billion market by 2016 will rise more than six-fold by 2021 30% CAGR Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 6
  • 7. Ecotemis« Haute Couture Solar Integration » Ecotemis acts as the catalyst and integrator of the urban revolution occurring at the crossroads between the Energy, Building, and Design industries. The firm’s high added value is based on innovation, utility and beauty surrounding the conceptualization, design, and commercialisation of urban “haute couture” solar solutions. Our mission is to combine innovation and design at the service of energy sustainability of urban environments Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 7
  • 8. The Team…..The firm boasts a highly experienced, entrepreneurial and trusted management team with complementary know how and track records, perfectly suited to capture the target market – a senior team reinforced by high potential younger talent. • Executive Committee • Thierry BODIOT – Aeronautical Eng. & IMD Lausanne • Co-founder and CEO of Heliosphera, largest EU thin-film PV module manufacturer – €185m debt and equity raised • Senior VP Strategy at Royal Dutch Shell then Managing Director of Shell Industry Global • Adel El GAMMAL – Polytechnique - Brussels & INSEAD • Secretary General of EPIA (European Photovoltaic Industry Association), notably in charge of the “SET for 2020” plan • Managing Director of Unisys Europe, IT and management consulting – listed on NYSE / market cap of $700m • Steen FREDERIKSEN – IMD Lausanne & INSEAD • European Business Line Director and co-founder of “Commercial Road Transport” at OMV growing the business from €0.50 to €1,2B turnover in 5 years • Director/MD, Northern Europe , Industry Sector for Lubricants , Shell International Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 8
  • 9. Our Business Model…… Ecotemis provides high added value solar solutions for architectural (BIPV – Building Integrated Photovoltaic) and outdoor furniture integration, pairing sophisticated design and world-class manufacturing technology to create fully customized premium quality photovoltaic products. Integration Application Concept& Design  Catalogue Development  Detailed specifications  Panel manufacturing* TechnologyInclusiveSourcing  Strategic Marketing & Distribution  Panel customisation  Quality control* Functional& TechnicalSpecs  Branding & Communication  Prototype, tests & certifications  Delivery & installation* * subcontracted • Ex. Façade Builder • Ex. OEM Highest level of customisation: • Size – Color – Transparency • Ex. Urban furniture • Electrical Connection • Specialized glass integration • Thermal isolation • Power storage • LED lighting • Ex. Luxury furniture • Heat conversion Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 9
  • 10. Our current products……. Crystalline collection Thin film collectionOpen Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 10
  • 11. Example 1 : Architectural ProjectsCarreau du Temple (Paris 3eme) (1/3) Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 11
  • 12. Example 1 : Architectural Projects Carreau du Temple (Paris 3eme) (2/3)1) Initial design 2) Design research 3) Cells electrical connections Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 12
  • 13. Example 1 : Architectural ProjectsCarreau du Temple (Paris 3eme) (3/3) Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 13
  • 14. Example 2 : Energy Performance Buildings Case Study – Solar glazing Tour MonparnasseKey compliance elementwith EU EnergyPerformance of BuildingDirective (EPBD) • Electricity generation • Custom transparency • Thermal insulation Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 14
  • 15. Example 3: Urban FurnituresPublic solar bench; Solar powered urban canopy Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 15
  • 16. Example 4: Luxury Outdoor Furniture (1/2)Solar powered pavillions Innovative concepts for outdoor living furniture combining PV, LED, and storage Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 16
  • 17. Example 5: Luxury Outdoor Furniture (2/2)Belle Epoque Active Solar screen forHotel Hermitage, Monaco Open Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 17
  • 18. Concluding Remarks1. PV has unique fundamentals; costs are declining rapidly and PV will already become massively competitive within the current decade2. In the short and medium term PV will become mainstream and could make a huge contribution by providing clean and competitive electricity to both developed and developing economies3. In the longer term, PV is expected to become one of the most competitive energy technology; it could supply up to 20% of the World power demand by 2050.4. In Europe, we can expect an increasing focus on BIPV • Importance of building sector regarding energy management • BIPV creates distinctive value and stimulates building industry • Economic development firmly anchored locally • Massive availability of roof and façade surfaces vs high opportunity cost of landOpen Smart City Conference, Copenhagen 20-21 March 2012 18
  • 19. Old and New: Human imagination is the only limitationCity, 26/08/09
  • 20. The Future is here, it is just not widely distributed yet .. Steen Frederiksen sfrederiksen@ecotemis.com