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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.
  • Villanova - Sustainable Entrepreneurial Projects - Open 2011

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

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