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SEHSolar Project4500MW2012-2022<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy...
Project Scope<br />The Sunshine Energy Harvest Company will install over 3 phases 4500MW of base load solar power generati...
Who is APEG<br />APEG is positioned at the front end of infrastructure projects bringing together a range of strategic par...
Why solar (Salt CSP)<br />4<br />While photovoltaic solar panels work by directly producing electricity from sunlight, CSP...
Installed cost projections<br />5<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Ener...
6<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
7<br />Why now – precursor to Desertec-EUMENA<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow'...
8<br />APEG a stake in Desertec<br />Desertec, a European project that wants to spend $550 billion to build a series solar...
Phase one conventional steam<br />9<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean En...
10<br />Phase one conventional steam<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean E...
Phase two 3000MW<br />11<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<...
12<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Ne...
13<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Ne...
14<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Ne...
15<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Ne...
16<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Ne...
Indicative Kerang SEH Footprint<br />17<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clea...
18<br />Indicative Kerang SEH Footprint<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clea...
The Tower<br />19<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
Where is the funding coming from?through APEG these banks hold $2.5BIL in Guarantees<br />20<br />
Project timeline<br />21<br />http://sunshinenrgy.com/Project%20Report-card.html<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harves...
22<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
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Sunshine Energy Harvest 4,500MW Base load CSP solar project Australia 2020 APEG, Arrina Global Gannawarra Bendigo Loddon the project capital value is $40BIL over 10 years Dr Rovel Shackleford

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  1. 1. SEHSolar Project4500MW2012-2022<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Project Scope<br />The Sunshine Energy Harvest Company will install over 3 phases 4500MW of base load solar power generation between the years 2012 – 2022/24<br />Phase 1; CSP steam turbine generation 1500MW<br />Phase 2-3; CSP molten salt closed cycle systems 3000MW<br /> …………..…………………………………………………………..<br />The Sunshine Energy Harvest Company project investment over 12 years will be between $2.5BIL and $3.8BILof which approximately 38% will be invested in employment and local resources.<br />..............................................................................................................<br />This Solar Energy project will employ approximately 2,800 people from a wide range of skills including metal fabrication, electrical and civil engineering, manufacturing, construction, asset and facilities management, ancillary services, hospitality, tourism, education and training, research, retail, environmental sciences, electrical power generation and transmission.<br />..............................................................................................................<br />The SEH project will after its completion continue to engage the services of approximately 1,200 in the fields of power station maintenance, tourism, education, research and allied technology export industry to development projects overseas.<br />..............................................................................................................<br />2<br />www.sunshinenrgy.com<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  3. 3. Who is APEG<br />APEG is positioned at the front end of infrastructure projects bringing together a range of strategic partners for the purposes of;<br />Sourcing project opportunities,<br />Economic modelling and analysis,<br />Research,<br />Technological development,<br />Planning and risk modelling,<br />Funding and financial metrics,<br />Logistics (emphasis on Green Supply Chain), the consortium has access to 28,000 suppliers worldwide,<br />Design and project implementation,<br />Project lifecycle management.<br />3<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  4. 4. Why solar (Salt CSP)<br />4<br />While photovoltaic solar panels work by directly producing electricity from sunlight, CSP plants use mirrors to concentrate sunlight and produce high temperatures in order to drive a turbine to generate electricity. CSP plants have been in existence for many years, but the proposed Kerang SEH plant is the first instance of a facility that uses molten salt as the collection medium. <br />Heat from the molten salt is used to boil water and drive the turbines, just like other fossil fuel plants. CSP plants use the same kind of steam turbines as typical fossil fuelled power plants. This makes it possible to supplement existing power plants with CSP or even to retrofit plants to change over to clean energy producing technology. Some existing CSP plants have used molten salt storage in order to extend their operation, but the collectors have relied on oil as the heat collection medium. This has necessitated two heat transfer systems (one for oil-to-molten-salt, and the other for molten-salt-to-steam) which increases the complexity and decreases the efficiency of the system. The salts used in the system are also environmentally benign, unlike the synthetic oils used in other CSP systems.<br />The proposed Kerang SHE Project will deliver base load power to the grid 24/7<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  5. 5. Installed cost projections<br />5<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
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  7. 7. 7<br />Why now – precursor to Desertec-EUMENA<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />APEG a stake in Desertec<br />Desertec, a European project that wants to spend $550 billion to build a series solar plants in northern Africa, can claim to be progressing. Five new companies joined the project’s partnership over the past week: most significantly, the American thin-film solar maker First Solar, but also Enel, Red Electrica and Nareva, which are all in the energy business, and Saint Gobain, a construction company.<br />The project is a big idea, intended to eventually supply up to 20 %of Europe’s energy needs. Giant solar farms in the African desert would collect energy during the day and, potentially, store it in molten salt reservoirs overnight; reams of cable would transmit the power across the Mediterranean. But how likely is Desertec to actually happen?<br />Perhaps not very. Last week, before Desertec’s new partnerships were announced, a prominent cleantech analyst at New Energy Finance spoke out against Desertec. “I can almost guarantee that Desertec as it’s currently described will not happen,” said Michael Liebreich, who is CEO of the Bloomberg-owned research firm.<br />Liebrich points out that Europe is already dependent on outside sources for much of its energy; adding north Africa to the mix would only add another vulnerability. The power transmission lines, in particular, could easily be attacked.<br />Another doubter is Lars Josefsson, the head of German energy giant Vattenfall. Last year, I wrote about Josefsson’s criticisms of Desertec’s cost and potential security issues, and the influential CEO has not changed his mind since. When it comes to an Josefsson, an opinion is more than an opinion; his company has the ear of the German government, which is in turn a disproportionately powerful member of the EU.<br />And before long, human rights activists may also be getting involved. Afrol, an African news source, reports that Desertec may be considering Western Sahara for part of the project. That’s not just a region, it’s a nation whose sovereignty has long been disputed by Morroco, which would have to fight Western Sahara’s independent-minded inhabitants for any proceeds from Desertec. Planning to build in the region is probably a bad idea, no matter how sunny it gets.<br />There is one clear reason that companies like First Solar may want to add their name to Desertec’s roll, though. In the unlikely event that it goes ahead, they’ll have an advantage. But in the more realistic scenario of the project fizzling out, they still get the advantage of great PR, not to mention closer relations with government planners. Even wishful thinking can have real benefits<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  9. 9. Phase one conventional steam<br />9<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  10. 10. 10<br />Phase one conventional steam<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  11. 11. Phase two 3000MW<br />11<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  12. 12. 12<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  13. 13. 13<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  14. 14. 14<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  15. 15. 15<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  16. 16. 16<br />Current project APEG<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  17. 17. Indicative Kerang SEH Footprint<br />17<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  18. 18. 18<br />Indicative Kerang SEH Footprint<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  19. 19. The Tower<br />19<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
  20. 20. Where is the funding coming from?through APEG these banks hold $2.5BIL in Guarantees<br />20<br />
  21. 21. Project timeline<br />21<br />http://sunshinenrgy.com/Project%20Report-card.html<br />SUNSHINE ENERGY HARVEST <br />Harvesting Today's Sunshine for Tomorrow's Clean Energy Needs<br />
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