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  • 1. Global Warming Oil Dependence Sustainable Jobs It’s Your Choice01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 2. Global Warming Oil Dependence Sustainable Environment It’s Your Choice Part of the Problem?01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 3. Global Warming Oil Dependence Sustainable Environment It’s Your Choice Part of the Solution?01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 4. CO₂ Emissions & Global Warming Part of the Problem “estimates show that 2010 was by far a record year for CO2 emissions from fossil-fuel combustion and cement manufacture. Globally 9,139 Teragrams of oxidized carbon (Tg-C) were emitted from these sources. .. this amounts to over 33.5 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide. The increase alone is about 512 Tg-C, or 5.9%, over the 2009 global estimate. The previous record year was 2008, with 8,749 Tg-C emitted; the 2010 estimate is about 104.5% of that, or 391 Tg-C more.” Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, Tenn., United States01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 5. CO₂ Emissions & Oil Dependency Part of the Problem “Today, oil meets 37 percent of US energy demand with 71 percent directed to fuels used in transportation – gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.” Source: Institute for Energy Research “Carbon dioxide (CO2) from burning gasoline and diesel contributes to global climate change. Our dependence on oil makes us vulnerable to oil market manipulation and price shocks. Oil is a non-renewable resource, and we cannot sustain our current rate of use indefinitely. Using it wisely now allows us time to find alternative technologies and fuels that will be more sustainable.” Source: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy US Department of Energy01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 6. Global Warming & Oil Dependence Part of the Solution “policies intended to reduce demand for fossil fuels can also slow the accumulation of gases that contribute to global warming” National Security Consequences of U.S. Oil Dependency Council on Foreign Relations, Independent Task Force Report No. 58 [2006] John Deutch and James R. Schlesinger, co-Chairs01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 7. Electrification of Transportation Part of the Solution President Obama’s goal of putting one million electric vehicles [EVs] on the road by 2015 represents a key milestone toward dramatically reducing dependence on oil and ensuring that America leads in the growing electric vehicle manufacturing industry. Although the goal is ambitious, key steps already taken and further steps proposed indicate the goal is achievable. Indeed, leading vehicle manufacturers already have plans for cumulative U.S. production capacity of more than 1.2 million electric vehicles by 2015, according to public announcements and news reports. Department of Energy One Million Electric Vehicles By 201501/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 8. Electrification of Transportation Challenge “bottom line is that the [EV] range issue will significantly affect consumer choice and is a major barrier to the penetration of electric vehicles.” Will Electric Cars Transform the U.S. Vehicle Market? An Analysis of the Key Determinants Henry Lee, Director, and Grant Lovellette Environment and Natural Resources Program, Belfer Center John F. Kennedy School of Public Administration , Harvard01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 9. EV Charge Infrastructure (EVCI) Opportunity “By 2017 it is estimated that $4.3 billion will be spent on EV charging equipment. With the number of electric charging stations continuing to grow and tremendous investments in new technology, the charging infrastructure industry is poised for aggressive development.“ Market Watch, The Wall Street Journal, June 11, 201201/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 10. Electrification of Transportation ChallengeSpeaking at a forum on green technology on Monday, Ford Motor Co. Chief ExecutiveAlan Mulally indicated battery packs for the companys Focus electric car costsbetween $12,000 and $15,000 apiece. "When you move into an all-electric vehicle,the battery size moves up to around 23 kilowatt hours, [and] it weighs around 600 to700 pounds," Mr. Mulally said at Fortune magazines Brainstorm Green conference inCalifornia. Ford is currently promoting its $39,200 Focus EV at events around thecountry. It has a 23 kilowatt-hour battery pack. "So, you can see why the economicsare what they are."The Wall Street Journal, April 17, 2012Mike Ramsey 01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 11. Electrification of Transportation Opportunity Our analysis indicates that the price of a complete automotive lithium-ion battery pack could fall from $500 to $600 per kilowatt hour (kWh) today to about $200 per kWh by 2020 and to about $160 per kWh by 2025. In the United States, with gasoline prices at or above $3.50 a gallon, automakers that acquire batteries at prices below $250 per kWh could offer electrified vehicles competitively, on a total-cost-of-ownership basis, with vehicles powered by advanced internal-combustion engines . Battery technology charges ahead – McKinsey, JULY 2012 New research suggests that the price of lithium-ion batteries could fall dramatically by 2020, creating conditions for the widespread adoption of electrified vehicles in some markets • Russell Hensley, John Newman, and Matt Rogers, Source: Sustainability & Resource Productivity Practice01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 12. Solar Electricity Feed-in Tariffs Opportunity Ontario’s Green Energy Act is making it easier for people and organizations to develop renewable energy projects. New processes and programs are helping Ontario become a North American leader in attracting clean energy projects with a Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program that guarantees specific rates for energy generated from renewable sources. Ontario’s FIT rates for roof-mounted solar electric projects not greater than 500kW is 53.9 to 54.9 cents per kWh guaranteed for 20 years from project commercial operation date (COD). Ontario’s Feed-in Tariff Rate for Micro-FIT Contracts Ontario Power Authority, April 5, 2012 Proposed FIT Pricing Province of Ontario, Canada01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 13. EV Charge Infrastructure (EVCI) Suncharge Smart EV Charge Infrastructure “Designed to host roof-top solar power plants to generate clean electricity for the Ontario (Canada) power grid; Ontario’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program pays between 53.9 to 54.9 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for 20 years of solar PV power. Suncharge EV Carports may generate additional rental income from integrated EVSE parking fees. Our EV Carports are designed for EV fleet operators and open parking lots with clear exposure to solar irradiance. We offer two models. Suncharge EV Carport 10kW Micro-FIT; 2 EV park spaces with EV charging; 9.9kW rooftop solar power generator scaled to Ontario’s Micro-FIT program. Our Suncharge EV Carport FIT model accommodates modular expansion of EV parking spaces; optimized charging equipment; and a homogeneous rooftop solar power plant scaled to Ontario’s solar FIT program (>10kW).” Bob Aceti, President, Suncharge Corporation01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 14. EV Smart Charging + Solar Electricity Suncharge Smart EV Carport01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 15. Suncharge Smart EV Charge Infrastructure Suncharge EV Charge Infrastructure Price $ 50,100 $ 450,900 EV Parking Spaces 2 20 Solar PV Rooftop nameplate (kW) 9.6 96 Specifications - 20 Year location leasehold security - Ontario Micro-FIT/FIT application professional advice - Engineering and project management services - EV Carport foundations construction - EV Carport installations - Level 2 - 240V, 7.2kW, 30A EVSE - one per EV space - Solar Photovoltaic Module Array installation - Solar PV Inverters and balance of systems installation - System security equipment installation - Parking meter installations - one per EV space, where permitted * Installation within Greater Toronto Area (GTA); excludes HST01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 16. Suncharge EV Charge Infrastructure EV Parking Spaces 2 20 Revenue and Expense Solar PV Rooftop nameplate (kW) 9.6 96 Revenue - Ontario Solar Micro-FIT / FIT $ 5,587 $ 54,849 - EV parking fees - net of electricity supply costs - - $ 5,587 $ 54,849 Expense - Leasehold rent 600 5,400 - Security monitoring services 300 2,700 - Operations and Management 600 4,200 - Insurance, general and administrative expenses 800 3,200 2,300 15,500 Net Income before interest, amortization and taxes $ 3,287 $ 39,349 Annual Return on Assets (ROA) - before interest, amortization and taxes 6.6% 8.7% Annual Displacement of CO₂ (tonnes) - power from solar power generator 2.5 25 Equivalent annual displacement of gasoline (litres) 1,070 10,700 * Installation within Greater Toronto Area (GTA)01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 17. EV Smart Charging + Solar Electricity Suncharge Smart EV Carport01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012
  • 18. Part of the Solution01/07/2012 Suncharge Corporation © 2012