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Husk power system
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  • Providing power in India isn’t easy.
    And it had to be really, really cheap.
    We looked at the options, but didn’t find any that worked.
    Until we started looking at inverting the ‘large scale power’ model …
  • Providing power in India isn’t easy.
    And it had to be really, really cheap.
    We looked at the options, but didn’t find any that worked.
    Until we started looking at inverting the ‘large scale power’ model …
  • This is a mound of rice husk. Literally millions of these litter Indian villages … the husk is either burned or rots in the field spewing methane.
    Magnified view of RICE and Husk
  • Revenue goes to HPS … remove Paddy fields, CO2 offsets and line up CO2 broker etc.
    RHA is Rice Husk Ash …Legend
    Explain RHA product first before CO2
  • This is a mound of rice husk. Literally millions of these litter Indian villages … the husk is either burned or rots in the field spewing methane.
    Magnified view of RICE and Husk
  • Transcript

    • 1. Husk Power Systems
    • 2. Mission: Husk Power Systems provides reliable renewable affordable electricity that wows the world – customers by our exemplary service and operational excellence, employees by personal growth and empowerment, and our shareholders through profitability, social impact, and environmental sustainability Our target is to install 2,000+ plants in 5 years.
    • 3. Choices Considered Husk Power looked at the options… $0.25/kWh $0.25/kWh $0.50/kWh $0.50/kWh $0.25/kWh $0.25/kWh
    • 4. Husk Power Systems discovers easy to operate model Husk Power looked at the options … then made our own. HPS Installation Cost < $1000 per kW Operational Cost is < $0.10/kWh
    • 5. Rice Husk – a Huge Biomass Energy Source 40 Million Metric Tons Enough to Light 145K Villages
    • 6. Village Paddy Paddy Irrigation Pump Stored Husk Village To H Husk Home Clusters ou seh old s Water Boiling To Industry HPS Plant To Irrigation Rice Mill Ash Filters Gasifier Generator Village Pre-paid Meter CO2 Broker Village Village RHA: Rice Husk Ash HPS RHA Refinery Cement Plant Revenue RHA
    • 7. In last 2 years, HPS has consistently delivered on its promises and beaten internal targets: • Completed installation of 23 power plants and developed capabilities to install at a rate of one power plant/week • Recruited, trained and deployed 20 technical operators in the last 6 months Completed formation of company structure by opening a Mauritius office and completing paper works • Closed $1.3M of pre-Series A financing from a syndicate of four investors (Acumen Fund, Bamboo Finance, LGT and DFJ/Cisco) • Completed due diligence required to get additional ~$550K of grant from Shell Foundation to implement Health, Safety and Environmental best practices 7
    • 8. The company is currently exploring multiple avenues to monetize alternate revenue streams: New Business Development Activities 1. Piloting a project with Airtel to become cell phone towers’ energy provider in rural areas 2. Partnering with Havells, an appliance company 3. Exploring must-have product development options with RHC (HPS’s waste) 4. Collaborating with established corporations both in India and USA to explore development of new products/services with a focus on rural areas Long Term Impact 1. Provides a long term stable source of revenue and may give HPS an opportunity to become Airtel’s channel partner to distribute its products 2. Brings reliable and efficient CFLs at customers’ door-step and provide 10-20% cost advantage to beneficiaries 3. Develop new products such as Incense sticks (also called agarbatti) etc. that can be immediately monetized 4. Brainstorm sessions indicate HPS becoming a conduit to reliable rural demographics data for CPG companies in addition to developing local must-have products and services 8
    • 9. 4-6 plants/wk HPS Scaling Model: 3 plants/wk 1 plant/wk 5 1. 2 plants 1 plant $70K 2007 $97K BizPlan 2008 /m ts an pl h nt o 10 plants 7 plants $550K Shell Foundation MNRE 1H 2009 $5,500K Series A $1,100K Seed Fin $1,000K Debt Fin $3,200K Debt Fin 2H 2009 2010 $4,000K Debt Fin 2011 2012 Within “home” state Replicate other regions 9
    • 10. Husk Power Systems – Impact Value Chain: INPUTS • Renewable Energy • Flexible Payments • Buying local waste ACTIVITIES OUTPUTS OUTCOMES • 1.5M people impacted (320,000 HH) • 2,160 Jobs created in rural India • 108,000 tons of CO2 saved per year • $20 Savings/HH/Year = $6.4M / Year 10
    • 11. Powering rural India one at a time : Off-grid electricity generation & distribution in INDIA at Bihar by SAMTA SMRIDDHI FOUNDATION.
    • 12. SAMTA SAMRIDDHI FOUNDATION: • A Non-Govt. Organization registered in 2007 under the Societies Registration Act 21, 1860. • Based in Patna, Bihar. • Funded by NRIs as well as local residents.
    • 13. Samta Samriddhi Foundation Mission: Empowerment of remote and neglected rural areas of Bihar through spread of Energy and smart Agricultural practices Goal for the project: To provide clean electric lighting to the households in Tamkuha at a rate cheaper than their current expenditure
    • 14. Site Selection: UP on 3 sides and the erratic Great Gandak on the fourth
    • 15. Site Selection • Population – approx. 1200 excluding migrants + a thriving marketplace with over 50 shops. • No. of households – approx. 350 • Distance from distt. Headquarter - ~150 km. • Distance from electrical substation – 82 km. • Distance from nearest railhead – 47 km • Paddy production of over 1200 tones/year.
    • 16. Technology: • Has to be non-conventional. • Solar energy is expensive. – Approx. Rs. 400 / W for installation. • Wind energy is not amply available. • Biomass energy is practically the only available option.
    • 17. Technology – Biomass Gasifier
    • 18. Cost of Establishment Piping etc Site visits etc Civil Work Transportation Electric Cable Gasifier Generator Total Cost – Rs 10,00,000 * *We teamed up with new suppliers for the gasifier and the generator with govt approved suppliers the cost is over Rs 25,00,000 our system is cheaper even without the govt subsidy.
    • 19. Power Distribution:
    • 20. Power Distribution – Economics Problem • Rice husk at ~90p per kg – Rs. 0.9 * 50 * 6 * 30 per month – Had planned it at 50p per kg • LPG cylinders are expensive – Can’t procure enough from the LPG dealers at the controlled prices – Rs 500 per cylinder in the black market • Rs. 500 * 10 per month Solution •Generate own rice-husk. •Remove the LPG.
    • 21. Power Distribution – Economics Generating Rice-husk: • • • • Setup a mini Rice mill in partnership with a local at the plant – Milling capacity of ~400 kg paddy per hour using approx. 15 A / phase – Milling at zero cost to attract consumers • Operation and depreciation cost to be recovered by sale of the bran – Approx. Rs.10,000 per month (Rs.4000 organization’s share) Operate the dehusker and polisher alternatively – Possible to operate in parallel with the electricity supply to users Generation of ~300 kg rice-husk per day – Daily consumption is approximately the same – More than 40% rice-husk generated assuming 6 months operation of the rice mill Cost of setting up the rice mill ~ Rs. 70,000 – Organization’s share Rs.35,000
    • 22. This is not just about money … “India got independence from England 60 years ago, but this village got its Independence today.” - Gyanesh Pandeyji (in 2007).
    • 23. THANKS Friends For YOUR Kind ATTENTION ! Presentation By : ABHINAV UJJWAL MANAV DINESH RAJAT ABHIT

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