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GEOTHERMAL(Regional)GROWTH… or how demand and availability of financedrives developmentAlexander Richter!!ThinkGeoEnergy.co...
THE NEW !THINK!GEOENERGY!!to come:!- Supplier Directory!- Plant Map!- Publications                        2	  
Geothermal growth – global vs. regional                                           3	  
DRIVERS OFDEVELOPMENT               4	  
Effects on international development !last 2-3 years                              •  Interest vs. Capabilities  Economic s...
BUSINESS MODELGEOTHERMAL                 6	  
Business Model - DevelopmentStart-up   Exploration/   Feasibility   Detailed      Start of            Pre-                ...
EUROPEANDEVELOPMENT &ACTIVITIES                8	  
European development!and international activities of Europeancompanies                                           9	  
GLOBALDEVELOPMENT               10	  
Africa, Asia-Pacific, Caribbean & LatinAmerica                                         11	  
OUTLOOK           12	  
concessions. And beyond the red tape, the incentives being pushed by the Indonesiangovernment – the drilling risk fund, re...
High Growth Projection Geothermal Capacity by R egion, World Markets: 1 i                      e          a               ...
Summary•    Global growth vs. regional growth•    Focus on local impact and business opportunity•    Heat vs power opportu...
ContactAlexander RichterThinkGeoEnergy.comalex@thinkgeoenergy.comFollow ThinkGeoEnergy:   Twitter: @thinkgeoenergy   Linke...
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Presentation given at the 2nd Global Geothermal Energy Summit in Reykjavik, Iceland on September 19, 2012.
The presentation covers a view and outlook on global geothermal energy development.

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  1. 1. GEOTHERMAL(Regional)GROWTH… or how demand and availability of financedrives developmentAlexander Richter!!ThinkGeoEnergy.com!@thinkgeoenergy!!19 September 2012 – 2nd Global Geothermal Energy Summit 2012, Reykjavik/ Iceland! 1  
  2. 2. THE NEW !THINK!GEOENERGY!!to come:!- Supplier Directory!- Plant Map!- Publications 2  
  3. 3. Geothermal growth – global vs. regional 3  
  4. 4. DRIVERS OFDEVELOPMENT 4  
  5. 5. Effects on international development !last 2-3 years •  Interest vs. Capabilities Economic situation •  Growth & standstill •  Growing economies Energy demand •  Policy & competitiveness •  Technology, R&D Industry •  Export initiatives •  Feed-in-tariffs, risk mitigation Policy support •  IPP vs. Public utilities •  Development Bank financing Availability of financing •  Export initiatives & vendor financing 5  
  6. 6. BUSINESS MODELGEOTHERMAL 6  
  7. 7. Business Model - DevelopmentStart-up Exploration/ Feasibility Detailed Start of Pre- Design & Operation Feasibility Construction = Rationale of how! a company/ an industry! creates, delivers, and captures value! 7  
  8. 8. EUROPEANDEVELOPMENT &ACTIVITIES 8  
  9. 9. European development!and international activities of Europeancompanies 9  
  10. 10. GLOBALDEVELOPMENT 10  
  11. 11. Africa, Asia-Pacific, Caribbean & LatinAmerica 11  
  12. 12. OUTLOOK 12  
  13. 13. concessions. And beyond the red tape, the incentives being pushed by the Indonesiangovernment – the drilling risk fund, relaxed import duties, pending $120–130 feed-in tariff (FiT),and others – are all steps in the right direction to encourage investment.Figure 2: Historical and expected global capacity additions by country, 2006–15 (MW) Capacity additions by country -46% 12% -21% -8% -21% 72% 18% 51% -5% 751 715 •  ….. 701 Rest of world 497 Philippines 427 421 Mexico 381 337 Kenya 310 245 New Zealand US Indonesia 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance 13  
  14. 14. High Growth Projection Geothermal Capacity by R egion, World Markets: 1 i e a d 1990-2020 (Source: Pik Research) ke 14  
  15. 15. Summary•  Global growth vs. regional growth•  Focus on local impact and business opportunity•  Heat vs power opportunities•  North American situation•  Role of development and export-import banks 15  
  16. 16. ContactAlexander RichterThinkGeoEnergy.comalex@thinkgeoenergy.comFollow ThinkGeoEnergy: Twitter: @thinkgeoenergy LinkedIn Group: ThinkGeoEnergy Flickr.com/thinkgeoenergy YouTube.com/thinkgeoenergy Slideshare.com/thinkgeoenergy 16  
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