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  • 1. 2-05-2012
  • 2. … a group of companies achieved growth (from 2011 to 2012) of: 367% (in profits after tax) 447% (in annual turnover) …during an economic crisis….2-05-2012
  • 3. That group is Neon Energy2-05-2012
  • 4. In 2012, Neon Energy achieved: 11.724.276€ (profits after tax) 107.791.666€ (annual turnover) 100% (ROE) …during an economic crisis….2-05-2012
  • 5. How was this achieved?2-05-2012
  • 6. The offer: We sell investment opportunities to serious investors. More specifically, the Business Development of highly profitable SPV ventures in the PV industry. The SPVs we provide are located in emerging PV markets that are characterized by high FIT rates. In addition, we offer turn-key EPC solutions for the SPVs we offer to the market at competitive construction costs. This means that our SPVs return exceptionally high ROI & IRR rates. For example, in 2012, Greece returned 19% & 13% respectively. Making Neon Energy a one-stop-shop for Profitable PV Project Developments.2-05-2012
  • 7. The Big Idea in Euros2-05-2012
  • 8. Financial Data: 2011 / 2012 / 20132-05-2012
  • 9. Financial Results: 2011 - Pie Chart “Annual turnover”2-05-2012
  • 10. Financial Results: 2011 – Profit before tax2-05-2012
  • 11. Financial Results: 2011 – Profit after tax2-05-2012
  • 12. Investor Mix: 2011 Sales Volume - Geographic Breakdown2-05-2012
  • 13. Financial Results: 2012 – Annual Turnover2-05-2012
  • 14. Financial Results: 2012 – Profit before tax2-05-2012
  • 15. Financial Results: 2012 – Profit after tax2-05-2012
  • 16. Investor Mix: 2012 Sales Volume - Geographic Breakdown2-05-2012
  • 17. Financial Forecast: 2013 – Annual Turnover2-05-2012
  • 18. Financial Forecast: 2013 – Profit before tax2-05-2012
  • 19. Financial Forecast: 2013 – Profit after tax2-05-2012
  • 20. Getting to know Neon Energy2-05-2012
  • 21.  Neon Energy is a multinational firm operating in the field of Green Energy, offering 360⁰ integrated services related to Photovoltaic (PV) Systems (Business Development & EPC Contracting) since 2010. As of 2013, the company also operates in the field of Energy-efficient Solutions, offering energy-efficient aluminium window & door systems, LED lighting & energy-efficient heat pumps. With its global outlook, the company has expanded to Germany, Greece and Cyprus. The group also has established business interests in Japan. As such, NEON ENERGY has laid the foundations for a long-term, dynamic and promising potential for global reach. Impressively, until date, Neon Energy has zero credit dependence on banks, and all its’ investment activities and operational expenditures, are financed through the company’s own net cash reserves. 21 21
  • 22. Trademark: Neon Energy Germany GERMANY GREECE JAPANGutmann Solar Neon Energy Neon Energy 55% Rabillion SA 99,9% 97,4% PV Panels Business Business Development Development EPC Contracting EPC Contracting Aluminium Systems LED Lighting Heat Pumps CYPRUS Neon Energy LTD 22 100% Services as above BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FOR R.E.S. INDUSTRY) 22
  • 23. Neon Energy’s Business UnitsBUSINESS PV: PARKS, COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL SOLUTIONS UNITS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & PARTICIPATION IN PV PARKS EPC SERVICES: SITE SURVEY, ECONOMIC/TECHNICAL ANALYSIS, FINANCING, CONSTRUCTION & INSTALLATION, CONNECTION & MAINTENANCE (INCL. INSURANCE)PRODUCT & LED: HOME / BUSINESS LIGHTING SOLUTIONS LED LIGHT PRODUCT RANGE SERVICE 360⁰ SERVICES: PROJECT SURVEY, PROJECT DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS & SPECIFICATIONS, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION & REPLACEMENT, FINANCING & SUBSIDIES.OFFERING ENERGY-EFFICIENT HEATING: HOME / BUSINESS SOLUTIONS ENERGY-EFFICIENT HEAT PUMP PRODUCT RANGE 360⁰ SERVICES: PROJECT SURVEY, PROJECT DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS & SPECIFICATIONS, INSTALLATION AND/OR REPLACEMENT, MAINTENANCE, FINANCING & SUBSIDIES. ENERGY-EFFICIENT ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS: HOME/BUSINESS ENERGY-EFFICIENT WINDOW & DOOR ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS + ACCESSORIES 360⁰ SERVICES: PROJECT SURVEY, PROJECT DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS & SPECIFICATIONS, INSTALLATION AND/OR REPLACEMENT, MAINTENANCE, FINANCING & SUBSIDIES. 23 23
  • 24. Our point of interest PV Business Opportunities2-05-2012
  • 25. Essentially, the firm operates across two broad business units in the PV Field: a) Business Development & b) EPC Contracting. Neon Energy gives investors the opportunity to invest in highly profitable PV projects in international markets. In addition, Neon Energy has the capability of servicing clients worldwide with its EPC services via collaborations with local work-teams. Neon Energy thinks globally by leveraging off its exceptional human resources. Its management and executive team come from countries highly regarded for their professionalism (USA, Australia, Germany, among others). This ensures that Neon Energy is able to offer a level of professionalism that few firms in the industry can offer today. It is this “international personality” that has driven the company’s “GLOBAL THINKING” and has laid the foundations for a long-term, dynamic and promising potential for global reach. The company issues a written guarantee concerning the energy output performance and functionality of the PV system, throughout the entire lifespan of the investment. Neon Energy has the capacity to do so as it collaborates with credible German companies of the highest quality photovoltaic panels and inverters. 25 25
  • 26. Our PV projects at a glancePhotovoltaic PV systems forParks Residential Properties92+Mwp 7,8MwpThat’s 285+ projects That’s 1000+ projects PV systems for Commercial Properties 11,9Mwp That’s 35 projects 26 26
  • 27. How do we intend to maintain growth? Ambitions for expansion2-05-2012
  • 28.  The group sees its expansion to emerging PV markets internationally as a key driver for its continued growth and development. This is driven by global policies concerning the development of the energy industry worldwide: The International Energy Agency has said that, “the development of affordable, inexhaustible, and clean solar energy technologies will have huge long-term benefits. It will increase countries’ energy security through reliance on an indigenous, inexhaustible and mostly import-independent resource, enhance sustainability,reduce pollution, lower costs of mitigating climate change, and keep fossil fuel prices low – these are global advantages.” 28 28
  • 29. 2000-2011 Global Status: Non- Cumulative 29 29
  • 30. 2000-2011 European Status: Non- Cumulative 30 30
  • 31. 2011 Status: Non- Cumulative TOP CONTRIBUTORS IN 2011 (MW) WORLD 29.665 100% 1 ITALY 9.284 2 GERMANY 7.484 3 FRANCE 1.671 4 BELGIUM 974 5 UNITED KINGDOM 784 74% 6 GREECE 426 7 SPAIN 372 8 SLOVAKIA 321 REST OF EUROPE 623 EUROPE 21.939 1 CHINA 2.200 2 USA 1.855 3 JAPAN 1.296 4 AUSTRALIA 774 5 CANADA 364 26% 6 INDIA 300 7 ISRAEL 130 OTHER 807 REST OF THE WORLD 7.726 31 31
  • 32. 2012-2016 Global Forecast: Non-Cumulative 32 32
  • 33. 2012-2016 European Status: Non-Cumulative 33 33
  • 34. 2000-2011 European Status: Non- Cumulative 34 34
  • 35. So, where to next? The group’s plans for expansion aim to encourage further PV business growth in key emerging PV markets:  Japan (2013) – this is in process having already established business interests.  USA (2014)  South Africa (2014)  Turkey (2014) 35 35
  • 36. Why Japan?2-05-2012
  • 37. Japan To Install More Than 5 Gigawatts Of PV Systems In 2013 – Overtaking Germany And The US “The Japanese photovoltaic (PV) market is set to grow by 120 percent in 2013 and install more than 5 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity, according to a new report, “The PV Market in Japan,” from IMS Research, now part of IHS Inc. (NYSE:IHS). Benefiting from the world’s most attractive PV incentivepolicy, Japan’s solar market is currently booming, with installations expected to exceed 1 GW in the first quarter alone, causing it to become the second largest market in 2013.” - EQ International 20/3/132-05-2012
  • 38. Why Japan? The decision to expand to Japan is driven by:  Expected phenomenal growth of the Japanese PV industry  Favorable RES policy incentivizing PV industry development and growth, more specifically favorable FIT rates (currently ¥36/kWh after 5% consumption tax with a stable tariff outlook, expecting only a slight decline of up to 5% per annum until 2015)  Decreasing dependence on nuclear energy, with the announcement to close down nuclear energy plants  The cost of construction is high in Japan, making Neon Energy increasingly competitive  The high returns that an investment in Japan is expected to bring to investors  The Japanese Electrical company is financially credible and stable, given the strength of the Japanese economy, making PV investments secure  The fact that, over the coming years, most of the PV industry growth is expected to take place outside of Europe- in particular in Asia, South Africa,2-05-2012 Brazil and the USA, hence this represents a high growth region
  • 39. 2-05-2012 Source: METI Agency for Natural Resources & Energy
  • 40. STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES- Turn-key solutions - First time entry into the Japanese Why should you invest in- As an attractive market & strong marketeconomy its relatively easy to raise - Language Barriersthe funds to construct the projects - Cultural Differences- Solid project experience- Competitive construction costs Neon Energy’s activities- Experienced team / PV know-how- High level executives dispatchedlocally to Japan for on-the-groundmanagement & set up- Local Japanese business in Japanconsultants & staff OPPORTUNITIES THREATS- Japan destined to be the next PV - Expected to be a highlyhot spot with a high FIT competitive market. Proximity to- High local construction costs makes China poses an lnternationalNeon Energy more competitive Competitor threat- As an emerging market, this means - Emphasis is placed on localthat local competitors do not yet content policies / localizationhave the PV know how to match that - High level of patriotism and 2-05-2012of Neon Energy. This will give Neon hence potential preference forEnergy first-mover advantages local brands/vendors
  • 41. Our short-term financial forecast for Japan? In 2013, Neon Energy expects to achieve in Japan: 3.081.049€ (profits after tax) 19.980.690€ (annual turnover) The above expected revenues are sourced from the construction of a conservative estimate of 10MW SPV licenses In 2014, the construction target is 138MW. For 2015, the target increases to 252MW.2-05-2012 Profits are expected to grow accordingly.
  • 42. Financial Forecasts for the Group: 2014 / 20152-05-2012
  • 43. Financial Forecast: 2014 – Annual Turnover2-05-2012
  • 44. Financial Forecast: 2014– Profit before tax2-05-2012
  • 45. Financial Forecast: 2014– Profit after tax2-05-2012
  • 46. Financial Forecast: 2015 – Annual turnover2-05-2012
  • 47. Financial Forecast: 2015 – Profit before tax2-05-2012
  • 48. Financial Forecast: 2015– Profit after tax2-05-2012
  • 49. Financial Data: 2010 - 20152-05-2012
  • 50. «Invest in a partnership that is credible, stable and profitable; and take part in the effort to achieve our planet’s sustainability»2-05-2012