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    NICCE™
  • 2. What do we know about Virginia’s modeling and simulation workforce?
    –Source, VEDP 2009
    • Virginia’s MODSIM Workforce
    • 3. 8,700 people in the private sector
    • 4. 2,100 Government and military
    • 5. Geographic Locations-209 establishments
    • 6. 107 in Hampton Roads (Port)
    • 7. 95 in Northern Virginia (Dulles)
    • 8. Economic Impact
    • 9. Virginia ranks second in the nation for U.S. Department of Defense Prime Contracts ($36.7 billion in FY 2008)
    • 10. MODSIM direct economic output is $1.2 billion
    Modeling and Simulation will be the basis of
    bringing energy technology to market.
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    New and Expanding Modeling and Simulation Companies in Virginia within the past five years created over 1,300 new jobs with $68 million investment. These include:
    Alion Science and Technology
    Applied Research Associates
    Atmospheric and Environmental Research
    Intelligent Decision Systems
    Lockheed Martin Global Vision Integration Center
    SAIC
    Science Systems and Applications
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    Virginia Clean Tech Incubators
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    • 2010-2012-National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator expands with a national presence, creating the nation’s largest modeling and simulation center around alternative energy and the environment
    • 13. 2010-2012 – Clean Energy Technology Manufacturing expands (example: AREVA creating an off shore wind program)
    • 14. 2010 - Dominion Resources expands the clean tech energy incubator model to Richmond, VA
    • 15. 2009 – Virginia becomes the 14th statewide incubator by establishing the Virginia Clean Energy Business Incubator
    • 16. 2007-2009 - Modeling and simulation expands from Hampton and Northern Virginia regions to the South Central region of Virginia
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    National Institute for the Commercialization of Clean Energy (NICCE) is writing a story and
    We are creating the “Official” National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator, a regional project between Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina
    We are rapidly prototyping clean energy technologies and focusing on distributed modeling and simulation, creating the nation’s largest center in the world
    We are now drawing on a highly skilled workforce prepared to meet the nation’s toughest challenges
    We are designing, building and executing a state-of-the-art commercialization facility (50,000-100,000 square feet)
    We are building a University network utilizing distance education
    We are growing a mentor protégé model for small business andlarge business to partner together to win new work
  • 17. A Vision for the National Capitol Region
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    A nationally coordinated clean energy commercialization effort is currently being developed and Virginia is poised to be the first state in the nation centrally focused on modeling and simulation in the energy and the environment. The realization of energy technology commercialization is being accomplished with these tools and new models.
    Goal: Create the National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator with a focus on “energy” and the “environment” and the world’s largest modeling and simulation center focused on:
    Climate forecasting and economic impact modeling
    Distributed mathematical modeling and simulation
    Sensor development
    Energy efficiency (smart grid, building efficiency, materials)
    Biomass and biofuels development
    Water management, monitoring and problem solving
    A World Data Center on Energy is under development.
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    University and Research Support
    NICCE tests distributed learning tools and uses training models like serious games to teach STEM;
    NICCE is attracting researchers from around the world creating a climate for research and innovation;
    The “Energy and Environmental Workforce Center of Excellence,” provides human capital as a feeder for defense firms within the NICCE’s consortium;
    Community colleges provide certificates in specific energy domains, capturing career switchers now laid off
    Focus is training a workforce with specific niche skills and bringing the people to the incubator’s core defense partners
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    Interested Academic and Research Partners
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    Federal Partners
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    Where will the incubator be developed?
    We believe the incubator needs to be located near Washington DC but this has not been confirmed. We are looking at twenty site locations
    We believe the incubator needs to be in the heart of the defense corporate network
    We believe the incubator needs to be in a high tech location
    We believe the incubator needs to be on a Metro line
    We believe the incubator needs to be near an airport
    We believe the incubator needs to have recreational activities, shopping and night life with full onsite services for youth working around the clock
    We believe the Dulles Corridor could meet our needs-next slides highlight a few researched locations
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    Dulles Town Center-the Corporate Office Park
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    Dulles Corridor Cluster Lincoln Park II
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    Independence Center – Dulles Corridor Cluster
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    TransDulles Center II-Dulles Corridor Cluster
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    Ellipse at Westfields –Dulles Corridor Cluster
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  • 27. 4-D Decision Support Theatre
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    Core Institute Assets
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    World Data Center on Energy
    National Lambda Rail
    Internet2
    Equinox
    Redundant
    Secure
    Fault Tolerant
    High QoS
    NOC Services
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    The “World Data Center on Energy” Network Design is
    Secure, Robust, Fault Tolerant, High QoS, Redundant and Energy Efficient
  • 30. The National Capitol Clean EnergyIncubator-Next Generation
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  • 31. A TV and Animation Multimedia Studio- Washington, DC
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    Visualization Laboratory
    4-D Decision Support Theatre
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    Next Generation 4-D Decision Support Theatres Include
    Next generation technology is a commercial production version –high definition 3-D immersive environment
    Does not require computer scientists-standards based software (Conduit)
    Software integrates with ESRI, Google Earth and other applications seamlessly
    Next generation version allows for multi-users-up to 30, creating a theatre atmosphere for multiuser functions
  • 34. Holographic Display Studio
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    Enterprise ESRI Geospatial Laboratory
    Geospatial data aggregation, data storage, analysis, and visualization-industry standards
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    Videoconferencing and full immersion
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    Modeling and Simulation Training (virtual worlds)
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    Collaborative WorkEnvironments
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    Virginia Clean Energy Business IncubatorStatewide organization founded in 2009 by Virginia Tech and Dr. Carole Cameron Inge, President and CEO of NICCE
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    National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator-2012
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    USA’s Clean Energy Market Overview (Source: NREL 2002-2008)
    94 Graduate Companies
    185 Technologies Commercialized
    $269M Capital Raised by Companies
    $280M in Revenue
    $17M in State Money
    $30M in Other Leveraged Funding
    92 Clients Now in Incubators
    2,287 Jobs in the Companies
    Virginia is 14th Clean Energy Incubator in USA
    Northern Virginia will soon be the headquarters for the National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator
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    Competitor Analysis
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    Comparable Programs
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    • Funding Assistance
    • 45. Financing Referrals
    • 46. Legal Services (IP)
    • 47. Advice and Collaboration
    • 48. In-Region Consulting
    • 49. Strategy Reviews
    • 50. Accounting Assistance
    • 51. Office Administration Assistance
    • 52. Introductions to Partners
    • 53. Marketing Assistance
    • 54. Rental Space outside
    • 55. Hardware/software
    • 56. IT Support
    • 57. Broadband Access
    • 58. Data Storage
    • 59. Conference Rooms
    • 60. Printing Services
    • 61. Notary Services
    • 62. Public Relations Assistance
    • 63. Coordination of Advisory Board
    • 64. Scientific Feasibility Studies
    • 65. Technical Council
    • 66. On Site Classes / Conferences
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    Competitors’ Services
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    Support Services
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    Our Advantage
    Washington, DC and Northern Virginia geography
    Near federal agencies and Capitol Hill
    State-of-the-Art Modeling and Simulation Technologies
    Near major international airports: Dulles and Reagan National
    Professional services by the nation’s
    leading technology engineers and integrators
    Federal cost share
    Corporate cost share
    Near major IT infrastructure and providers
    Oak Ridge National Lab and NREL
    Partnerships (Battelle)
    Universities and colleges integrated for
    workforce and training
    Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Linkages
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    Key Success Factors of Incubators
    Stringent Admission and Graduation Criteria
    Best in Class Technologies
    International Educational Programs from Tier 1 Academies, Agencies and Universities
    Sophisticated Strategy Reviews
    Modeling and Simulation Services and Technologies
    Teaming Agreements, Grant Assistance and Lobbying Services
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    Why Clean Energy Companies Fail
    Not a level playing field
    Don’t know the game
    Rules are complex for grants-cost share, in-kind, program management and rate structures
    Technology focused not market focused
    Infrastructure for clean tech is in its infancy
    2008 World Bank says international is the opportunity
    Big energy just now getting engaged
    Elite groups participating and entrance standards high (national labs, Battelle, universities, utility companies and some VCs now)
    Lack of product maturation and market validation
    Source: NREL, 2008
  • 70. National Capitol Clean Energy Incubator Services Model-DevelopedNICCE
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    Integrator Services
    Va Clean Energy Business Incubator Identified these Success Factors
    • Rapid Prototyping for Targeted Customers
    • 72. Leveraged Relationships
    • 73. High Volume Sales
    • 74. High Profit Margin Products
    • 75. Optimization of Technology
    • 76. Integrator Services-One Stop Location
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    Need more information?
    Contact Information
    Dr. Carole Cameron Inge, President and CEO
    National Institute for the Commercialization of Clean Energy (NICCE)
    Phone: (434) 294-1254
    vtresearch@gmail.com
    www.VirginiaEnergyNetwork.com
    TWITTER: VaEnergyNetwork