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  • Make the most ofyour energy™Ivan Llauradó, EVlink fleets & parkings manager, Schneider ElectricJeremy Littman, CEO, Engenie21st October 2011Riga, Latvia
  • The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need vs Energy demand CO2 emissions to By 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007 Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level) Conflicts for Frequent Rising Climate change resource accesspower outages energy prices & control 2
  • Our answer:Helping people makethe most of their energy 3
  • More than 175 years of history Energy 2011 Acquisition of Telvent 1999 Management 2010 Power & Groupe Schneider becomes Acquisition of Areva’s distribution Schneider Electric, activity Control focused on Power & Control 2008 Acquisition of 1996 Xantrex Modicon, historic leader in 2007 Automation, becomes a Acquisition of APC corp. and Pelco Schneider brand 2005 1991 Acquisition of Power Measurement Inc.Steel Square D joins Groupe Schneider 2003-2008Industry 1988 Targeted acquisitions in wiring devices and home automation Telemecanique joins (Lexel, Clipsal, Merten, Ova, GET, etc.) Groupe Schneider 20031836 Acquisition of 1975 T.A.CCreation of Schneider Merlin Gerin joins 2000at Le Creusot, France Groupe Schneider Acquisition of MGE UPS Systems 19th century 20th century 21st century 4
  • Schneider Electric – the global specialistin energy management Balanced geographies – FY 2010 sales Year-end 2010 employeesbillion € sales in 2010 Western North Europe America 34% 24% 41,700 Asia 26,000 Pacific% of sales in new economies Rest of 24% World 31,900 18% 19,200 Diversified end markets – FY 2010 sales 1people in 100+ countries Utilities & Infrastructure 20% Industrial & machines 24% Data centres 17% Non-residential buildings 30% Residential 9%of sales devoted to R&D Listed on the Paris 1 Proforma with Areva D integrated on 12-month basis Stock Market – CAC40 5
  • The Global Specialistin Energy Management Energy production Energy Energy & transmission Management Usage ●Wind energy Making energy… ●Appliances ●Safe ●Solar energy ●Climate control ●Reliable ●Hydro ●Efficient ●Security ●Biofuels ●Productive ●Lighting ●Hydrocarbons ●Green ●Machines ●Nuclear ●IT servers …with 30-70% savings everywhere 6
  • How do we do it? 7
  • Leading the development of the Smart Grid Communication and software at all levels “Smart Grid” Utility network Consumers 4 Centralised Generation Transmission Distribution Consumers 3 Active Residential Consumers Active Industry 3 Buildings Electric Vehicles Data Centres Infrastructure 1 1 2 1 Renewable Energy Plants Distributed Generation Active Energy Efficiency: Distributed Generation Energy visibility & Means to act 8
  • Leading the development of the EV… You are We offer Final customer Mobility provider Facility manager Sleep & charge Park & charge Maintenance operator Fleet manager Utility Pay & park & charge Coffee & chargeMunicipality 9
  • … with real solutions…● Example of pay by phone fast charge station in Estonia 10
  • 11…with our operating partner, 11
  • Introduction Engenie has been established to be an international operator of electric vehicle charging services that enable it to provide energy to electric vehicles. Engenie has ownership of the EV charging asset which is provided and maintained by our partner Schneider Electric. Engenie combines B2B services to site owners who host Engenie’s charging stations and B2C service to EV drivers who purchase electricity through its network of charging stations.Engienie Ltd. Proprietary & Confidential 12
  • 13What do Engenie provide? PROJECT SUPPLY & INSTALLATION PLANNING MAINTENANCE & CONNECTION Entire lifecycle Schneider Electrical and civil ensuring QUALITY, Electric AC and engineering SAFETY and DC Charging COMPLIANCE equipment DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Infrastructure, network and charging equipment BILLING & DRIVER CHARGING ACCOUNT PROMOTION & SERVICE MANAGEMENT BRAND BUILDING Back office Internet portal Customer capture equipment to site owners and retention & monitoring and and prepay accounts onsite advertising customer support The Engenie service matrix is modular, catering to Government, corporate and private sectors 13
  • Our network management system Centralized monitoring and control of Electric Vehicle charging stations networks Advanced reporting, intelligent alarm management, Multilanguage support and visual maps capabilities 14
  • 15How Does Engenie SupplyOUR MODULAR APPROACH ALLOWS BESPOKE MATCHING TO OUR CLIENTS/MARKET NEEDSPRIVATE SITE OWNERS / OPERATORS MUNICIPALITIESMOTORWAY SERVICE STATIONS ON STREET PARKINGROADSIDE RESTAURANTS PUBLIC TRANSPORT / TAXISGARAGE FORECOURTS  FLEXIBLE OWNERSHIP OF ASSET  INCOME TO SITE OWNER THROUGH  FLEXIBLE TARIFFS TENANCY AGREEMENTS  ATTRACTS 3RD PARTY FUNDING  NO INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE  INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE FOR SUPPLY DESIGN & COSTS TO LANDLORD DEVELOPMENT  PARK AND CHARGE REVENUE SPLIT  CHARGING STATION ENERGY BILLS DIRECT TO ENGENIE Infrastructure, network and chargingPARKS CAR equipment PRIVATE CAR PARKS OPERATORS  PREMIUM ENERGY TARIFFS SUPERMARKETS / RETAIL PARKS  ADVERTISING REVENUE SHARE RESIDENTIAL / OFFICEFLEETS  FLEXIBLE OWNERSHIP OF ASSETCAR HIRE  FLEXIBLE TARIFFSLOGISTICS AND COURIER  TRICKLE OR RAPID CHARGE TO SUITSALES FORCE LOCATION  FLEXIBLE OWNERSHIP OF ASSET  PARK AND CHARGE REVENUE  LOWER ENERGY TARIFFS  ADVERTISING REVENUE SHARE  STRATEGIC LOCATION OF PUBLIC ACCESSIBE CHARGING STATIONS ON ROUTES BETWEEN DEPOTS 15
  • The Many Benefits 16 Electric Vehicle Benefits  WELL TO WHEEL - EVS PRODUCE 40% LESS CO2 (Based on current UK generation mix)  CHEAPER TO RUN (average 60% saving per year compared to the petrol equivalent)  NO AIR POLLUTION - NO TAIL PIPE EMMISSIONS (A real contribution to lowering air pollution)  CHEAPER MAINTENANCE (Less and cheaper moving parts)  QUIETER, BETTER DRIVING EXPERIENCEUK Government Benefits National Benefits  NO UK ROAD TAX  SIGNIFICANT LONG TERM REDUCTION OF  ZERO BENEFIT-IN-KIND COMPANY CAR TAX CARBON EMISSIONS (worth 15% each year)  EXPANSION AND REINFORCEMENT OF THE  NO CONGESTION CHARGE & FREE NATIONAL ELECTRICITY GRID PARKING (in some areas)  ATTRACTION FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT  PURCHASE GRANT (up to 5,000GBP)  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES  ECONOMIC CROSS FERTILISATION E.G. ELECTRIC CAR MANUFACTURING 16
  • Charging Types 17 THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHARGING MODELS • AC Slow charging - For long term parking • DC Rapid charging – For journeys AC MODEL DC MODEL Charge takes up to 8 hours. TRICKLE CHARGE Compatible with all 3kW 16 amp EVs. Charge takes from Charge takes up to 4 15 - 30 min hours. FAST CHARGE RAPID CHARGE Compatible with all Compatible with 7kW 50kW current new EVs some cars Charge takes around 30 mins. FAST CHARGE Cars in development 43 kWEngienie Ltd. Proprietary & Confidential
  • Primary Baltic locations DC Rapid Charging 18 Building cross border national networks – breaking “Range Anxiety” 18
  • Engenie Schneider Electric joint projectThe Partnership is about to work together on the London Electric Taxi Project building theinfrastructure and services required to bring about the electrification of the famous London Taxi  Central and Local GovernmentWe have established a team of  Vehicle Manufacturersrepresentatives to bring our vision of  London Organising Committee of the Olympic Gamesa low carbon taxi service to London  Transport Authorities & Associations  Distribution network operators and energy suppliers 19
  • Make the most ofyour energy™ www.schneider-electric.com www.engenie.co.uk 20