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    • LifeScience Alley Conference What's New in Green December 2009
    • OUR PANEL
      • Olga Selifonova, Founder and Vice President of Corporate Development
      • Segetis
      • Luca Zullo, PhD, Co-Founder and CEO
      • BioCee
      • Rob Janzen, PhD, PAg, Vice President, ClimateCHECK
      • ClimateCHECK
      • Jon Hjelm, Vice President, Clean Technology and Renewables Investment Banking
      • Piper Jaffray & Co. (moderator)
    • OVERVIEW AND PROGRAM
      • Introduction of Panel
      • Definitions of Green
        • Environmentally Sound Practices (climate/energy, recycling…)
        • Green Biobased Technologies (biofuels, bioproducts…)
      • Financing Commercialization – Status of Movements
      • New View on Economics of Green
      • Evolving Business Model in New Economic Environment
      • Q&A
      • Wrap-up
    • OVERVIEW AND PROGRAM
      • Introduction of Panel
      • Financing Commercialization – Status of Movements
      • New View on Economics of Green
      • Evolving Business Model in New Economic Environment
      • Q&A
      • Wrap-up
    • POOLS OF AVAILABLE CAPITAL
      • Each Pool can be Stage-of-Development dependant
      • Execution is Best when all Pools are Open
      1
      • Private Equity
        • VC
        • Later Stage
        • Hedge fund
        • Project Equity
      2
      • “ The Washington Capital Markets”
        • Grants
        • Tax Benefits
        • State Help
        • Loan Guarantees
      3
      • Strategic Investors
        • Big Oil
        • Energy Companies
        • Chemical Companies
      4 The Public Market
    • GOVERNMENT CAPITAL MARKETS
        • Continued focus on supporting technologies across multiple platforms: biomass, solar, biofuels, and others
        • Support not only through production tax credits, but increasingly with grants and loan guarantees
        • Continuing to get clarity on how technologies work and seeing capital deployed
        • Investors are getting more comfortable with potential opportunities to leverage
      Key Announcements Selected Companies
        • Recovery Act awards for electric drive vehicle battery component manufacturing
        • Treasury/DOE announce surpassing $1 billion in direct payment awards
        • $300 million into Clean Cities Grant
        • ARPA-E selects 37 projects for over $151 mm in funding
        • Solyndra
          • Secures $535m federal loan guarantee to build a 500MW factory
        • Fisker
          • Granted $529m to develop two alternative energy vehicles
        • A123
          • Awarded $249m grant from DOE for manufacturing initiative
        • BioCee
          • Receives a $2.2-million ARPA-E grant from the US Department of Energy
        • Nordic Windpower
          • Receives $16m loan guarantee to expand a wind turbine assembly factory
      Overview
    • AVERAGE DEAL SIZE IN MAJOR VC-BACKED SECTORS Source: Clean Tech Network The average deal size in the cleantech space has declined since the financial crisis, while other sectors were less affected
    • PRIVATE CLEAN TECH INVESTMENT Source: Clean Tech Network Global Clean Tech Venture Capital Investment Q1 2006 – Q3 2009
    • PERCENTAGE OF CLEANTECH VC INVESTMENT BY TECHNOLOGY Source: Clean Tech Network The Solar Sector reclaimed its position as the top recipient of cleantech VC funding in Q3 2009; Transportation fell below solar with just over 25% of funding
    • BIOFUELS INVESTMENT Source: Clean Tech Network
    • BIOFUELS INVESTMENT Source: Clean Tech Network Total VC Investment in Biofuels by Sub-Sector
    • BIOBASED CHEMICALS/MATERIALS LANDSCAPE Thermo-Chemical Origin Bio-technological Origin Petroleum/ Natural based Fats/proteins Starch/Sugars Lignocellulosics - Bagasse - Wood - Straws, Stover Others - Pectins - Chitosan - Gums Animals Vegetable - Oils - Glycerol PLA PHA’s Nylon 11 PE/PP Aliphatic Polycarbonate Cellulose acetate Thermoplastic Starch Acrylics
      • Oils
      • Casein
      • Whey
      • Gelatin
      PCL Polyesters Starch blends Nylon 6,10 Nylon 6,12 PBS PTT Agricultural Feedstocks Polysaccharides L-ketals Furanics
    • GREEN MATERIALS COMPANIES Mid-1990s Early 2000s Today NatureWorks Novamont NatureWorks Novamont Cargill DuPont Metabolix Plantic NatureWorks Novamont DuPont Cargill (BiOH) Metabolix Plantic Segetis Avantium Bioenergy Braskem Draths Elevance Genomatica Novomer
    • AUDIENCE Q AND A Q AND A