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Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011
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  • Should we keep NOT PROFITABLE or change it to NOT SUSTAINABLE ?
  • Igorot TribesIndigenous peoples claim a historical continuity and cultural affinity with societies predating contact with Western culture.
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    • 1. Implementing Sustainable Entrepreneurial ProjectsIfugao, Philippines
      Jordan Ermilio
      Dr. James Klingler
      Dr. Pritpal Singh
      Mahmoud Kabalan
      Diane Tamir
    • 2. Ifugao Rice TerracesUNESCO World Heritage Site
    • 3. Micro-Hydro Project
      3
    • 4. Business Model Alpha
      Sell excess electricity to the local utility to generate income for the community
      Subsidize electricity cost
      Business development loans
      Problems
      Only 25 kW system
      >3 hour hike from nearest road
      No transmission lines
      Conclusion:
      Substantial Social Benefit
      NOT PROFITABLE
    • 5. Identifying the Opportunity
      51 identified sites in Ifugao alone have the potential to generate 25KW or more
      The cost of electricity in Ifugao is the highest in the nation
    • 6. Business Model Beta
      NCIIA Advanced Invention to Venture Workshop at Stanford University in Feb 2010
      Focus on long lasting impact and Sustainability
      Business Plan must be Economically Viable
    • 7. HELPCoHydro Electric Production Company
      Jordan Ermilio
      Mahmoud Kabalan
      Dr. James Klingler
      Dr. Pritpal Singh
      Diane Tamir
    • 8. Executive Summary
      HELPCo is a start-up company geared towards producing clean affordable electricity in the Philippines.
      We are a for-profit organization, focused on social entrepreneurship and sustainable change.
      HELPCo generates electricity using the proven, reliable, sustainable technology of hydro electric systems.
    • 9. Company Goals
      Receive $3 Million in Investment
      Finish first site in three years
      Begin generating revenue by year four
      Expand company
      Increase access to electricity in rural communities
      Become a highly respected, well known energy producer in the Philippines
      Stimulate the economy
      Short Term
      Long Term
    • 10. Near Term Market
      IFELCo: Ifugao Electric Company
      51 identified sites with potential of >25kW
      Highest electricity rates in the country
      Constant blackouts
      Cordillera Administrative Region
      Largest mountain range in the country
    • 11. Long Term Market
      20 Million Filipinos are still without electricity*
       over 20%
      Tax incentives for clean/ renewable energy
      Stable affordable pricing
      Transitioning Economy
      Agriculture Services/ Manufacturing
      * Philippines National Electrification Administration
    • 12. Financial Projections for Site A
      • Cost: $1.5 Million
      • 13. Need $3 Million for rights
      • 14. Three Years to build
      Begin generating revenue in year 4
      About $700,000 per year
      OUT
      IN
    • 15. Questions??Contact Information
      • Professor Jordan Ermilio
      Jordan.ermilio@villanova.edu
      • MahmoudKabalan
      Mahmoud.kabalan@villanova.edu
      • Dr. Pritpal Singh
      Pritpal.singh@villanvoa.edu
      Dr. James Klingler
      James.klingler@villanova.edu
      Diane Tamir
      dtamir01@villanova.edu
    • 16. Additional slides
    • 17. Timeline
    • 18. Management Team
      Jordan Ermilio
      Dr. Jim Klingler
      Dr. Pritpal Singh
      Roland Dimog
      MahmoudKabalan
      Diane Tamir
    • 19. Hydro-Electric Technology
    • 20. Electricity Transmission
      Transmission Towers
      Substation
      Transformer
      Transformer
      Home Use
      Power Plant
      Turbine > Generator
      Commercial Use
      Industrial Use

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