Green Energy Services Co
                        for a Greener World
                                    - Concept Paper
 ...
GESCO Business Model
        Energy
                                 Bartering
        Farms




 CHP                GESCO...
CHP systems – Green & Efficient



            Fuel
          Pre-Heat



           HRSG
The GESCO Scope
     Fuel
  Vegetable Oil            Steam
   Bioethanol

    Biomass

     Biogas
                   GESC...
GESCO Viability
A configuration of 25 MWe with a 100 TPH boiler operating
@ 80%+ CHP efficiency generating (over 320 days ...
Business Potential
 India being a tropical country, the use of heat will be
  maximum in the process industries like pape...
De-Risking the Model
 Availability of bio-mass fuel
    Tie up with micro-finance companies to promote the
     developm...
Build Green Assets
 Register each installation with UNFCCC as a CDM
  project to earn CERs

 Minimize the energy losses ...
Leverage with Inclusiveness
Synergy derived from inclusiveness maximizes profitability
                   A can grow to A2...
Mobilize the resources to
        commence the journey…
GESCO



                    I can be reached at
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  1. 1. Green Energy Services Co for a Greener World - Concept Paper GESCO K V Ramesh © 2010 K V Ramesh
  2. 2. GESCO Business Model Energy Bartering Farms CHP GESCO CHP User Investors Grid & 3P Model (CHP) Industries Cost Success or Revenue Structure Failure ? Streams
  3. 3. CHP systems – Green & Efficient Fuel Pre-Heat HRSG
  4. 4. The GESCO Scope Fuel Vegetable Oil Steam Bioethanol Biomass Biogas GESCO Power Municipal Waste
  5. 5. GESCO Viability A configuration of 25 MWe with a 100 TPH boiler operating @ 80%+ CHP efficiency generating (over 320 days a year)  70 TPH of steam for industrial processing priced @ Rs. 500 per ton (for 210 days a year) – revenue of Rs. 1764 Lakhs  125 MKWh of power with 20 MVA in maximum demand priced @ Rs. 5.00 per KWh (allowing for 9% in aux. and 17% towards wheeling & metering) – revenue of Rs. 6250 Lakhs Using a bio-mass fuel costing  Rs. 500 to produce a ton of steam – cost of Rs. 3840 Lakhs Will yield  45%+ in EBITDA – operating income of Rs. 4000 Lakhs  30%+ in ROI (EBITDA/Capex) @ $1000 per KW
  6. 6. Business Potential  India being a tropical country, the use of heat will be maximum in the process industries like paper, sugar, fertilizer etc. (In cold countries, heat will be required for domestic use as well)  The industrial opportunities in India are in excess of 50,000 MWe (not covered captive yet)  60 clients of size 25MWe each would make GESCO (3% marketshare) a billion dollar enterprise!  The key to success is in delivering a standardized package solution to each client against long-term contracts
  7. 7. De-Risking the Model  Availability of bio-mass fuel  Tie up with micro-finance companies to promote the development of energy farms near each installation  State Electricity Boards are not financially sound  With the Electricity Act 2008, maximize the third party sale to eliminate receivable exposure  Heat energy demand fluctuations  Engage in long-term contracts for process steam consumption with one client per installation  Operations & Maintenance  Automate using SCADA and build a central MRO facility (equipment, spares, and people)
  8. 8. Build Green Assets  Register each installation with UNFCCC as a CDM project to earn CERs  Minimize the energy losses with the use of Heat Recovery units to pre-heat the fuel  Develop the O & M SOP and implement the ISO 9001 for the company  Implement the ISO 14000 in every installation  Move towards trading through the power exchange
  9. 9. Leverage with Inclusiveness Synergy derived from inclusiveness maximizes profitability A can grow to A2 ; B can grow to B2 (A + B)2 (inclusion → synergy) can additionally bring 2AB Whereas (A – B)2 (exclusion → resistance) will remove 2AB In the real world, A gains more by including B, C, D… Greed/Myopic Vision curtails the gains Eco- Business + Partners + System + Society …
  10. 10. Mobilize the resources to commence the journey… GESCO I can be reached at the.kvr@gmail.com

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