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  • 1. 1 VC 20 VC 3-4 3 4 VC 2008VC 10 3- 2 5 5 VC 5 2006 2009 4 VC 2008 9 2007 4 2008 4
  • 2. VC 2010 1 2009 VC1.VC1.VC1 1 2002 VC 4,000M 8,000M 14,000 8,000 2007 4 2009 1 VC 2009 4 5,000M 8,000M 8,000 VC (2002Q4 2009Q4) 2009Q4) 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 - National Venture Capital Association21 M Million 1 1002 http://www.nvca.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=543
  • 3. 1 2 2006 2008 VC 15% VC 1,200 40.00% 35.00% 1,000 30.00% 800 25.00% 600 20.00% 15.00% 400 10.00% 200 5.00% - 0.00% Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 Q2 Q4 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 National Venture Capital Association 2009 3 2009 3 Solyndra Fremont, 286M 2009 VC 926M VC 18 2006 2009 10 10,,000M
  • 4. 2006 19 000M 20092008 3 2
  • 5. 2008 4 2009 2008 2009 CO2 2008 20092010 1 2010 1 180 1,900M 2009 4 29 1 83% VC
  • 6. 2010 1 2010 1 704M 27 Better Place 350M Fisker Automotive 140M Coda Automotive 30M 2 322M 27SpectraWatt Hopewell Junction, 41.4M PetraSolar 40M Enphase Energy(Petaluma ) 40M 3 217M 39 3 LED LemnisLight 37.5M Wuhan HC SemiTek 22MLuminusDevices (Billerica ) 19M 2010 1 81 2009 4 791,500M 120 6 Better Place Fisker Automotive Vulcan PowerEnerkem Petra Solar Ze-gen 870M 57 179M 121-2 VC M M 12006 2009 2006 2009 4 3,117M 1M NVCA National Venture CapitalAssociation 9,260M 19,000 3 6
  • 7. ① ② ③ ④⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ 1,000 900 800 700 SO GB 600 SG EV 500 ES 400 BF FC 300 OT 200 100 0 2006 2007 2008 2009SO; GB; SG EV;ES; BF FC; OT;Fusion Reactor LLC M 2006 2007 2008 2009 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total①SO 5 88 47 42 17 75 217 49 0 296 188 404 0 44 315 38 1,825②SG 5 5 8 2 58 0 0 15 36 4 9 83 0 2 47 114 386③GB 5 1 2 10 19 23 10 89 52 0 29 13 0 3 60 8 325④EV 0 40 0 0 0 45 0 0 14 5 0 3 4 3 83 8 204⑤BF 0 10 4 3 6 2 19 11 0 34 27 8 6 37 0 0 167⑥ES 0 4 3 0 2 19 3 0 28 0 0 11 0 30 0 0 100⑦FC 0 6 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 0 1 31⑧OT 0 0 3 2 11 6 0 0 20 3 3 0 13 0 0 20 79Total 15 153 66 59 127 169 249 164 151 342 251 527 25 124 505 189 3,117 293 710 1,272 843①SO; ②SG ③GB; ④EV; ⑤BF ⑥ES; ⑦FC; ⑧OT;Fusion Reactor LLC
  • 8. ① 2008 2006 2009 4 35 ,825M 6 VC 5M 50M 100M 200M M VC VC2009 VC Solyndora 286M 3② 2009 VC 2009
  • 9. 2009 NIST 2009 5 10 2 IT IT③ IT VC CO2 Calstar Products Serial Material
  • 10. LED④ HV PHV 2009 TeslaMotor Tesla 6,000BetterPlace CoulongTechnology GM NUMMI New United MotorManufacturing, Inc. Fremont 1984 IT 2009 GM 2010 4 1 NUMMI 5,000 TeslaMotor 465M TeslaMotor LosAngels Fisker Automotive CODA Automotive 2
  • 11. 2010 5 20 Teslamotar Tesla 50M Tesla NUMMI⑤ 2009 A123 Watertown, Johnson Controls-Saft Johnson Contorls Saft CPI/LG LG EnerDel Delphi3M Celgard⑥⑦ 10⑧ (2008 520 kWh) (2008 3 8,014 kWh) 1
  • 12. 2030 20 25 American Wind Energy Association 2009 10,000MW 2009 35,086MW Caithness Energy GE 20112012 338 14 845MW . 32-1. 2008 11 201020 2020 33
  • 13. 2025 25 2008 20102-2. 50 W 2008 9 VC
  • 14. 00 08 2009 U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)3 2008 902-2-1 5 50 W( )3 http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/solar.renewables/page/solarreport/figure3_1.html
  • 15. CaTe CIGS 3① First Solar Tempe Sunpower San JoseUnisolar Rochester Hills Solar Wolrd Hillsboro EvergreenSolar Marlborough First Solar 2009SHAPR ( ) Suntech Group BP Solar BritishPetroleum Schott Solar Global Solar② 2011 Solyndora Fremont Nanosolar San Jose Calisonar(Sunnyvale ) SoloPower San Jose
  • 16. First Solar 1 1 1 1③CIGS 1 50 NREL2-2-2 REC Silicon Hemlock Wacker Chemie 90 2005 2008 400
  • 17. 2012 2004 kg 50 2007 2 100 1 CIGS 2008No. Name Technology Country Production (MW)1 Q-Cells Si 5702 First Solar CdTe 5043 Suntech Si 4984 Sharp Si 4735 Motech Si 3846 Kyocera Si 2907 BTY Si 2828 JA Solar Si 2779 SunPower Si 23710 SolarWorld Si 221 100 100 2008 15 2009
  • 18. 1 (CPV Concentrating Photovoltaics) 2007 2008W 1,800M 1 60 60 1 100 100 2012 130 140 2012 800
  • 19. Applied Materials Santa Clara Oelikon Solar Applied Material 20092-2-3 PPA Power Purchase AgreementSunEdison Beltsville www.sunedison.com100 2010 72 2003 2009 MEMC Electronic Materials. $200 MEMCFirst Solar Tempe, www.firstsolar.com Nasdaq First Solar 2009 1
  • 20. 2009 9 2000MWFirst Solar 2007 Turner Renewable Energy GW KW2-2- 300 SHARP Sanyo( ) CM CleanPowerFinance San Francisco W 10 20 KW
  • 21. SolarCity Foster City SunRun (SanFrancisco ) Akeenasolar San Jose DC Power Systems Electric Power Research Institute 20 16
  • 22. 4 ① ② ③ ④ 2020 15 25 2015 100 2000 2003 2009 2 AmericanRecovery and Reinvestment Act ARRA 1101 1000 IT IT IT IT
  • 23. NIST NIST EPRI 20097① AMI Advanced Metering Infrastructure② Grid Optimization③ Distributed Generation④ Energy Storage⑤ Advanced Utility Control System⑥ Smart Homes⑦ PHEV
  • 24. ① ② ③ 3 ① ② ③ ① ② ③ 3① 2010 5 AMI Advanced Metering Infrastructure FAN Field Area NetworkAMI AMR, Automatic Meter Reacing
  • 25. FAN ② 2010 2020AMI/FAN HAN Home Area Network ③ 2030 SBI2009 60 21 2014 1702-3-
  • 26. 10m 100m① GE GE Energy Itron Liberty Lake, Landis Gyr 3 Echelon San Jose Sensus Raleigh,Elster Raleigh 10 FAN AMI 2015 4,110②FAN AMI( ) FAN AMI M2M machine-to-machine AT&T Cisco System EnerNOC Boston Comverge EastHanover Echelon San Jose AMR Ambient Newton, 1,000 Silver Spring Networks Redwood City SmartSynch Jackson,
  • 27. Tendril Boulder AMI Eka Systems GermanTown, GridPoint Arlington GridNet Ssn Francisco Aclara HazelwoodGreenBox San Bruno, CPower New York EnergyHub Brooklyn KMC Controls(New Paris, ) ZigBee Z-Wave G3-PLC2-3-2 FAN/AMI Field Area Network WAN ① ② PG&E 1,000 Silver Spring Networks ① Trilliant Elster 900MHz ② 5 5
  • 28. Trilliant Networks Redwood City Tropos Sunnyvale, BPL Global, Ltd.(Pittsburgh ) CURRENT Group (Germantown, ) SmartSynch Jackson, HAN HomeAreaNetworl HAN HEMS home energy management system Open HAN Zigbee Alliance HomeplugPowerline Alliance NIST PG&E Sillver SpiringNetworks Zigbee Alliance①Open HAN; HAN; Home Area Network PG&E SCE AmericanElectric Power Detroit Edison 2008②ZigBee Alliance
  • 29. ZigBee IEEE 802.15.4 2004 WiFi Bruetooth Zigbee Smart Energy Profile③HomeplugPowerline Alliance 50 HomePlug1.0 HomePlug AV HomePlug Home Energy Management System ZigBeeIC HomePlug Powerline Alliance Cisco Energy Wise 20091 Cisco Systems San Jose, ZigBee Digi International (Minnetonka, Arch Rock(SanFrancisco ) CarrierCorporation Farmington Control4(Salt LakeCity, ) Energate Ottawa Zigbee Exegin Vancouver GreenboxSystems(Minneapolis, ) Invensys London Onzo London Radio Thermostatof America San Fransisco,
  • 30. Tendrill Boulder,2-3-3 HAN IT IT Oracle Redwood City,Google Power Meter Google Mountain View, Hohm Microsoft Redmond, eMeter San Mateo, SAFE WebSphere Tivoli IBM IT Accenture IT HP Palo Alto, SAP( ) Intel San Jose, TexasInstruments(Dallas ) GE Fairfield Whirlpool Benton Harbor AMI
  • 31. IT IT IT IT IT ABB( ) DC Systems Pleasanton, S&CElectric Company (Chicago, I ) Mercury Cable & Energy Dana Point Alcatel-Lucent( Ambient Corporation (Newton, ) Arcadian Networks (Valhalla, )Beacon Power Corporation (Tyngsboro, ) AREVA T&D( ) Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories,Inc(Pullman, ). Siemens Power Transmission and Distribution (Schenectady ) ZIV, USA, Inc. (Des Plaines ) Cooper Power Systems (Waukesha ). Milsoft Utility Solutions (Abilene ) Open Systems International, Inc. (OSIMinneapolis ) General Electric GE 3TIER Seattle 2D 3D Autodesk, Inc. San Rafael Computerized Electricity Systems (C.E.S. ) Energy Insights(Orinda )EnerNex Corporation (Knoxville ) KEMA, Inc.(Burlington The EnergySolve Companies Somerset GridPoint, Inc. Arlington Sensus Raleigh, Itron, Inc Liberty Lake, . Site Controls Austin ) OptimalTechnologies Raleigh, Ventyx, Inc. Atlanta
  • 32. 2-4 ZEB; Zero Emission Building Renewable Building 65% 40% 13% CO 39 LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) CASBEE (Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency) LEED USGBC LEED LEED
  • 33. LEED 100LEEDLEEDLEED LEED 1998 NPO USGBCUS. Green Building Council 2 14LEED LEED 35,000 2008 122,000 2010 3 4,000 LEED 2009 V3LEED
  • 34. 39% 74% 90% LEEDLEED
  • 35. LEED 6 LEED USGBC 6 LEED 1 4 LEED-NC 100 40 50 60 80 2005 7,000M 7,000 2007 12,000M 1.2 2010 60,000M 6 2502-4-1 LEED
  • 36. 800 2 500 600 LEED USGBC 5,000 1,800 800 900USGBC LEED Autodes CO2 IT IT ① ② ③ ④
  • 37. 30 40% CO2 4 CPU 2008 20092-4-2 USGBC ASHRAE LEED ASHRAE ASHRAE ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers 2 AHR Expo 2 6 ASHRAE 2008 2030 ASHRAE AIC Wireless Bell & Gossett SCL Elements Inc.Distech Controls, Inc. Hydronic Components, Inc. Viconics Electronics, Inc
  • 38. Delphi ClimateMaster, Inc. Danfoss MotivairCorporation Danfoss Controlled Air Systems, Inc.GALCO Optimum Energy, LLC Bryan Steam LLC Grundfos Pumps Corporation HeatTransfer Products, Inc. NTI MATRIX Samsung Electronics Dust Free, LP Honeywell InternationalInc. Purafil, Inc. Muller Industries Australia Pty. Ltd. KeepRite Refrigeration TrentonRefrigeration AEC Design, Group Heat Controller, Inc. Jonas Software Mc4Software LLC DuraSystems Barriers, Inc Arzel Zoning Technology, Inc. Big Ass Fans E + E Elektronik Ges. m.b.H.Carrier Corporation Farmington www.corp.carrier.com 9,400 9,500 www.fujitsu-general.com 2009 ASHRAE
  • 39. FUJITSU GENERAL AMERICA, INC. www.daikin.co.jp 9,200 Carrier 2005 2008General Electric (Fairfield ) www.ge.comSiemens www.siemens.com/entry/cc/en 210 80 GE FreedoniaResearch LEED 2013 7.2% 6
  • 40. 2 4 LED EL CO2 2010 3 120 LED 90 LED LED LED LED EL LED LED 2011 2012 LEDLED
  • 41. Cree OsramOpto 4 Osram LED LED 90 2010 2010Lumenergi Newark, www.lumenergi.com Lumenergi 50 LumenergiBridgelux Livermore www.bridgelux.com Bridgelux LED1 LED CEO CEO 50M 150M 150 OsramRecurve Sustainable Spaces San Francisco www.recurve.com
  • 42. GoogleOptimum Energy Seattle www.optimumenergyhvac.com Optimum Energy GlycosBio Houston, Artificial Muscle (SunnyvaleEoPlex Technologies Redwood City ARXX BuildingProducts Cobourg, Hycrete Carlstadt Perform Wall El Paso WilsonTurbo Power Draths Okemos PAX Streamline Sonoma Widetronix IthacaWildcat Discovery Technologies San Diego CO2 Calera LosGatos NanoSteel Providence Nanostellar Redwood City CO2 Novomer Waltham, Soladigm Milpitas, Tobias Stucco Santa Rosa EnOcean Boston3-1 VC 34 1,800M CPV Concentrated photovoltaics
  • 43. 1 100Calisolar Sunnyvale www.calisolar.com 2006 2009 65M 2008 51M 2009 4 6 60MW 200W 2010OptiSolar Hayward www.optisolar.com ⇒ 2005 300M 2008
  • 44. 2009 1 300 PG&E 550MW PPA 400MSolexel (Milpitas, http://solexel.com MEMS MEMS 60 SOLEXEL 2008 3M 17%-19% 51,000MW CIS CIGS CdTe
  • 45. CIS CIGS - - - NanosolarHeliovolt Miasole 30Miasole Santa Clara www.miasole.com CIGS 19.9% 2006 57M 5MW 55MW 2012 1 / CIGS CdTe 10 1
  • 46. Nanosolar San Jose www.nanosolar.com CIGS 2002 2012 420MW 2010 CIGS 500M 500 10 12 16 Nanosolar CIGS ( ) 5 1 41 2009 9 1W 1 2012 First Solar 2009 1 85 NanosolarSierra Solar Power Fremont, www.sierrasolarpower.com CIGS 2007 2007 3 M
  • 47. Solexant San Jose www.solexant.com CIS 2006 20M 2MW 10% 1 1 1 50 40 Paul Alivisatos 4 20-30 CaTe 1 85 85 CIS 1 2010 1 1 100MW 40M 250M 5
  • 48. Solyndra Fremont www.solyndra.com CIGS 512M VC 535M 1,000M 1,000 CIGS 2009 9 9 58.8M 2009 12 300M CIGS 3 518MSoloPower San Jose www.solopower.com CIGS 2006 77M 230M NREL 2012 20MW
  • 49. CIGS Ca- Ca-Te - FirstSolar 2008 W 1 85 Cd-Te First Solar4-5 Konarka Technologies Lowell, www.konarka.com 2009Integrated Photovoltaics Sunnyvale www.integratedpv.com 2008 2 187K 2010 1
  • 50. 9.6MPrecursor Energetics Santa Clara www.precursorenergetics.com 2008 3M 2010 1 2MReel Solar San Francisco HP 2009 6 MSenergen Devices Fremont www.senergendevices.com⇒ 2007 7M HPSoltaix (Los Altos ) HP ⇒ 2007 0.9M 2008 6 VC 15M HPStion (NStructures San Jose ) www.stion.com 2006 6M 2007 15M LawrenceLivermore National Lab Howard Lee 20%
  • 51. StionPetra Solar (South Plainfield, ) www.petrasolar.com 50M VC 2010 2 40M 2009 7 NJ PSE&G 200MW20 PSE&G 1 1 SunWave 2 CPV Concentrated photovoltaics photovoltaics 2006 CPV
  • 52. GreenVolts Fremont www.greenvolts.com CPV 30M SF Byron MW GV1 PG&E 20 2010 Cell KW 10.5 15 12 15 KW 2 3 2 625 35 28.5 GV1 2008 2Silicon Valley Solar Santa Clara HP ⇒ CPV 10M2006 Pacific Power Management of Auburn 35M 10MWSolFocus Mountain View www.solfocus.com 2006 CPV 83MCPV 1000 40%
  • 53. 10MW8.5MWSolar Junction Cupertino www.sj-solar.com CPV 3 2007 7 18M 2010 NREL 3M 3 $13.3MSolaria Fremont www.solaria.com CPV Q 2006 72M Q 3Enphase Energy Petaluma www.enphaseenergy.com VC 15M
  • 54. 12 2010 2011 2000Enphase MicroinverterEnvoy Communications GatewayEnlightenTigo Energy Los Gatos www.tigoenergy.com 2009 16M 2010 5M 1 1 1 20% 4
  • 55. Cleantech America San Francisco www.cleantechamerica.com ⇒M&A VC M CalRENEW-1 2009 8 Mendota 5MW PG&E PPA 5MW 10M Meridian Energy Meridian SHARPQuanta ServicesRecurrent Energy San Francisco www.recurrentenergy.com 85M 4.8 MW 50 MW 177 MWRenewable Funding Oakland www.renewfund.com 12M Property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs 100Solar Power Partners Mill Valley www.solarpowerpartners.com 18M 100KW MW 40 PPA 15 20Solar City Foster City www.solarcity.com
  • 56. 2006 7 74M KW 500 Evergreen Solar BP Sola TeslaMotor Elon Musk TeslaMotor 190M USSunRun San Francisco www.sunrunhome.com 30M SunRun AkeenaSolar San Jose RecSolar( ) GroSolar PPA US 105M 1 10Tioga Energy San Francisco www.tiogaenergy.com PPA Power Purchase Agreement 14MGrosolar White River Junction, www.grosolar.com 1988 2001 2007 Energy Outfitters 2008 7 Chesapeake Solar SunRun
  • 57. 5Ausra Mountain View www.ausra.com ⇒Areva 70 VC 115M 2010 3 Areva www.areva.com Areva SolarBright Source Energy Oakland Source www.brightsourceenergy.com VC162M2.6GW PPA 4GW 1402010 2 ,370M 1,370 400MW 2 3 2010 1 2012 2 3 2013 1000 eSolareSolar (Pasadena, ) www.esolar.com
  • 58. 5 1 3.5GW 6NanoGram Milpitas www.nanogram.com 2008 32MSunLink San Rafael www.sunlink.com 2M 400 60MW
  • 59. XeroCoat Redwood City www.xerocoat.com 1.8MAlta Devices (Santa Clara ) HP 30% 50 2 2M B NREL 3 2011 VC3-2. 1Project FROG San Francisco www.projectfrog.com 2M
  • 60. Project FROG Crissy Field CenterZeta Communities San Francisco www.zetacommunities.com ZETA Zero Energy Connmunity 2CalSCalStar Products Newark www.calstarproducts.com 2009 11M 2010 2 15M CO2 CO2 40% 90%CO2
  • 61. MBA Polymers Richmond www.mbapolymers.com 1994 40MSerious Materials (Sunnyvale ) www.seriousmaterials.com 2006 2009 114MEnergy Star 4 2009 25M 50M 2008 12
  • 62. 60 VCNanotune Technologies Mountain View www.nanotune.com 3M 3HID Laboratories Menlo Park www.hidlabs.com HID 4.5M HID High Intensity Discharge lampSmart POD 20-30%Intematix Fremont www.intematix.com LED 9M LED LED LEDLuxim Sunnyvale www.luxim.com
  • 63. 39M LEP LightEmitting Prasma LED 1 140 LED 1 70 2 250 LEP 400 LEDNuelight Santa Clara www.nuelight.com ⇒ IP EL 6M 2008 LeadisTechnologies(Sunnyvale, ) www.leadis.com IP LeadisShelfControl San Francisco www.shelf-control.com ⇒ 2006 M HPSoladigm Santa Rosa, www.soladigm.com 4PAX Streamline San Rafael www.paxstreamline.com 2007 6M
  • 64. Sonoma Cool 5Boka Menlo Park HP ⇒ 2006 12 1MHPHydroNovation (San Francisco, ) www.hydronovation.comPionetics San Carlos www.linxwater.com 2006 3MHydroPoint Data Systems Petaluma www.hydropoint.com 2009 26M2010 1 8.6MPurfresh Fremont www.purfresh.com
  • 65. 1996 25M2010 1 10M Auvil Fruit Company Coca-Cola Dole FruitPatch Pepsi Procter & Gamble SafewayNovazone Livermore www.novazone.net 8M 6ConXtech Hayward www.conxtech.com M ConXtech 2002 ConXtech 5 OrigamiIndustrial Origami San Francisco www.industrialorigami.com 2006 4M 13-3. 1 FAN/AMISilver Spring Networks (Redwood City, ) www.silverspringnet.com AMI 2002 2006180M Google 2010 IPO
  • 66. 900MHPG&E 1,000 FAN/AMI Cisco PG&E Florida Power & Light Pepco Jemena Electricity Networks United Energy Distribution GE Energy Itron Landis+Gyr PRI Sensus Kinects Solutions Comverge EnerNoc Tendril GreenboxControl Arch Rock Onzo Carrier Corporation Energate eMeter GridPoint OSIsoft OracleeMeter San Mateo www.emeter.com 32M 1998 2400 Advanced Metering Infrastracture Meter Data Management Accenture IBM Logica SAP Siemens 2 HANAdura Technologies San Francisco, www.aduratech.com 2008 5 85 1 Adura PG E Adura 72 2010 1 12M
  • 67. iControl Networks (Palo Alto, ) www.icontrol.com iControl API M iControl ConnectedLife Green Building / iControl ConnectedLife
  • 68. EoPlexEoPlex Technologies Redwood City www.eoplex.com 12M Energy HarvestingLitePoint Sunnyvale www.litepoint.com 50M WiFi Wimax 5Blue Vector Systems (Mountain View, ) www.bluevectorsystems.com 8M XEROX Park
  • 69. DevonWay San Francisco www.devonway.com SaaS 6.5MFat Spaniel Technologies San Jose www.fatspaniel.com 2003 18M23 3,800Glacier Bay Union City www.glacierbay.com 2009 36M 2010 1 5M 1990 Glacier Bay DARPANASA IBM BAE Systems ImagingNethra Imaging Cupertino www.nethra-imaging.com 2003 2MPeople Power Palo Alto www.peoplepowerco.com 0.9M
  • 70. Powersure Santa Clara www.power-sure.com 2M PowerSURE PowersureRedwoodRedwood Systems oo Fremont www.redwoodsystems.com Redweed System LED 2008 17M Cisco Grand Junction Networks Battery Ventures
  • 71. Sentilla Redwood City www.sentilla.com 2003 8M Setilla Enargy Manager Sentila Fusion Reactor LLC

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