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EVI Profile 2010

  1. 1. Emergent Ventures International (EVI) Corporate Profile & Experience
  2. 2. Emergent Ventures (EVI) Emerging and Integrated climate change company Emergent Ventures (EVI), a leader in the field of climate change mitigation with business interests such as : Our Service Offerings q Sustainability Carbon Advisory q Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation q Carbon Markets Sustainability & Climate Value Advisory q Clean Technologies Clean Technology Solutions Established in 2004, EVI has grown from a carbon advisory to offer comprehensive solutions that contribute to the key vision of the company “Sustainable Solutions for The Environment”. Currently, EVI has more than 120 consultants working on over 300 client engagements in over 15 countries across 5 continents.
  3. 3. Key Milestones in EVI’s growth EVI has been on a steady growth path since inception; rapidly increasing its geographical reach q Facilitating Development of 500+ MW clean energy q Investment by IDFC PE generation assets across q Started two new business biomass, wind, waste-to- q Won first CDM segments Climate Value Advisory energy and solar registration contract and Carbon Finance and q 36 CDM registered projects (Wind) Technology q Over 140mn carbon credits q Multiple registration q International operation started under management contracts in the with formation of Singapore q Total 300+ client pipeline subsidiary; expansion in SE Asia & engagements in 15 countries Africa across 5 continents q Won first CDM q WindForce incubated. Wind farm q Policy work with international contract (Wind) development subsidiary formed institutions, and governments 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 q Started climate q 10 CDM registrations q Subsidiary in Australia, Malaysia & change business in q Transacted 9mn VERs – largest US formed 2004 in the world q Comprehensive Sustainability work q First client q CDM registration of world’s started engagement – largest Hydro project (192 MW) q Tremendous growth in carbon Municipal Solid advisory business Waste (MSW) q Employee base grown to over 100
  4. 4. Our Work @ Sustainability Advisory Integrated advisory services for sustainability related issues to Govt and Corporate Service Offerings EVI collaborates with clients to develop a clear vision Strategic & Risk Management Advisory and well-structured sustainability & climate change actions. We help clients anticipate changes in market Measurement & Reporting preferences, turn risk into opportunity, drive innovation, reduce costs, increase market access, Policy & Research engage in radical transparency….and flourish! Other Environmental Solutions* Our Competencies End to End solutions Our Experience Our global experience We not only help you Experience of doing diverse and technical expertise assess sustainability & range of advisory work; a in market and policy climate change issues, few of these include green strategy, clean but also help you reap procurement, sustainability technology, benefits by strategy, CF & LCA, policy environmental markets, implementation of forecasting & assessment, and project finance various initiatives. We sustainability assessments, makes us the preferred are your partner for sustainability reporting & * ODS advisory, Energy partner for organizations end-to-end services assurance, low carbon Efficiency, Renewable energy looking sustainability growth roadmap etc advisory and, Aviation sector solutions EU-ETS advisory, Transportation
  5. 5. Our Work @ Carbon Advisory Business We help organizations secure distinct business advantage in Carbon Markets. Service Offerings We consult with our clients to develop carbon offset Carbon offset generation projects, manage risk & regulation, and leverage experience & expertise in managing Carbon risk advisory & management solutions carbon assets. Our aim is to support you to identify opportunities, simplify complexities and derive Carbon asset management & transaction services benefit from rapidly growing global emissions market. Technical Experience Transactional Experience Risk Management Registered more than 36 Strong carbon With strong technical CDM & 25 VCM projects transaction capabilities. expertise and in-depth in diverse sectors such Transacted more than process & carbon market as HFC23, N2O, 15 million carbon understanding, we put Renewable energy credits with more than appropriate risk (wind, biomass, hydro 150 million under management strategies in and solar). Carbon management. Providing place to manage carbon standards covered- structured financial assets CDM, VCS, VER+, GS, solutions for carbon. CCBA, CCAR
  6. 6. Our Work @ Carbon Finance and Technology Solutions We help organizations secure distinct business advantage in Renewable Energy Markets. EVI provides end to end development and implementation services to clients for setting up clean Service Offerings technology projects. The division’s expertise includes Pre-feasibility and Economic Viability Service technology incubation, pre-feasibility and economic viability services, EPC facilitation on turnkey basis, EPC Facilitation on Turnkey Basis financial structuring (including equity investment) and overall project development and management services. Financial Structuring (including equity investment) EVI, along with partner companies, currently has a portfolio of over 500MW (at different stages of development) spread across solar, wind, biomass (combustion & gasification) and waste-to-energy technologies Technical Experience End to End Service Carbon & Finance Extensive experience in We provide end-to-end We help clients take all clean energy development and advantage of generation technologies implementation services environmental markets for including solar, wind, to clients looking to set- its clean projects. We help biomass (combustion, up clean-tech projects clients in financial closure gasification) and Waste- assistance and support in to-Energy availing subsidies available for renewable energy projects
  7. 7. Emergent Ventures End to End experience in global market place • Provided consultancy • 250 carbon offset projects • Expertise in providing end to services to Infrastructure, (compliance & voluntary) end services including Utilities, Cement, Steel, 150+mn Certified Emissions creation of climate change & Pharma, IT, Hospitality and Reductions (CERs), 36 sustainable development Financial sectors, Food & registered as CDM and strategy, carbon footprinting, Beverages, Retail and 25+mn Verified Emissions sustainability reporting, Governments Reductions (VERs) covering carbon neutrality, offsets different sectors creation & procurement • Cross-technological • Successful experience across • Technical and market-related experience, including Wind, various offset standards such support and coverage during Hydro, Biomass, Solar, Waste, as Clean Development entire lifecycle of selected Energy Efficiency, (buildings, Mechanism (CDM), Voluntary projects, products and lighting, industrial) Forestry Carbon Standard (VCS), strategic initiatives to & Transportation VER+, Gold Standard (GS), constantly optimize returns Chicago Climate Exchange and minimize costs (CCX) Sectors & Carbon End-to-end Technologies Portfolio Services
  8. 8. International Presence Offices India USA Malaysia Singapore Thailand Indonesia Australia London Countries having Strategic Partners France Germany Switzerland China Japan Egypt Kenya South Africa
  9. 9. Emergent Ventures Management Team Vinod Kala - founder director of Emergent Ventures India Pvt ltd (EVI). He has been instrumental in developing innovative solutions combining technology and finance and has led the expansion of the company into renewable energy and technology development. Vinod has over 20 yrs of experience in strategy and finance and holds a post graduate degree from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India Deepak Verma - Chief Operations Officer and Head Carbon Finance & Technology Solutions. Deepak has served as CEO of the Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative, as CEO of eCredit, a venture-backed software company in Massachusetts, USA and as an Engagement Manager with consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Deepak has a MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management Ashutosh Pandey – CEO of Carbon Advisory Business. With his association EVI has engaged with more than 200 clients across the world to provide climate change mitigation solutions and build the company’s consulting business. Ashutosh is also the driving force behind the company’s new venture into strategy consulting, advising large companies on climate change related risks & opportunities. He has a Masters in Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta Mahua Acharya – Chief Strategy Officer. Before EVI, Mahua was with ArcelorMittal London where she established and managed the carbon investment business for the company, initially capitalized at Euro 100M. She has worked in various pioneering roles in the carbon market over the past ten years, with the World Bank in its Carbon Finance Unit, Washington DC where she managed the South Asia carbon finance portfolio, and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Geneva. Mahua holds a masters degree from Yale University Atul Sanghal - Head, Carbon Advisory Business- India. Atul is a Mechanical engineer and has done Masters in Energy & Environment from IIT Delhi. He is a certified energy auditor from BEE, Bureau of Energy Efficiency. Atul also has expertise in waste management and has provided technical consulting to many organizations in India. With more than 10 years of industry experience, Atul is a well known expert on methodology and PDD development Sanjay Dube – VP, Sustainability Advisory. Sanjay has more than 22 years’ experience in climate change, renewable energy, energy efficiency, natural resource management and transport sectors in India and Asia. Prior to joining EVI, Sanjay has worked extensively on projects funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), India Canada Environment Facility (ICEF), United Nations Department for Economic & Social Affaires (UNDESA), US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and other environmental groups advising these agencies on policy and regulatory issues
  10. 10. Thanks Contact: contact@emergent-ventures.com www.emergent-ventures.com