Cleantech 3.0: Urbanization and Supply Chains

       Ontario and Masdar as Transformative Partners


Cleantech B2B Semina...
Population Growth x Urbanization x Resource Demands




   18 Megacities
    in the World
    Today


 At current growth r...
Private Capital for Cleantech Innovation tops $100B




           *As of 31st August 2009   Source: Cleantech Group
Global Cleantech VC Investments 2002-2009
           YTD*
           $9.0 B                                               ...
Cleantech now largest U.S. VC Category.
                              30%

                                        Selecte...
Global Stimulus Spending on Cleantech in 2009


                                                                     Publi...
3.0: Stimulus and Innovation Issues

•  Where do we want to go?
  –  Smartening Existing Grid or Smart Electricity Web?
  ...
The Cleantech Accelerator                   ™




                                 Mission:

     Accelerate the successfu...
Accelerator Innovation Pipeline


3000+ Cleantech
   Investors

  National &
University Labs     Cleantech     Identificat...
Walmart / Cleantech Focused on 8 Solution Areas
Thank You!




    Masdar, the Source: Ontario, the
                Supply.

             www.cleantech.com
             n...
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Cleantech 3.0: Urbanization and Supply Chains Ontario and Masdar as Transformative Partners - Ontario Clean Technology Business to Business Seminar

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The vision of Masdar City (the world’s first zero-carbon city to be created before 2020) was shared by the Masdar City team at a September 16, 2009, business-to-business seminar held at MaRS.

The seminar attracted nearly 70 cleantech suppliers, green technology leaders, government policy makers and sector funders. This presentation is from the Cleantech Group, "Cleantech 3.0: Urbanization and Supply Chains Ontario and Masdar as Transformative Partners", created for this seminar.

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  • Boston Forum biggest ever on East Coast A year ago in DC: keynote theme was Toxic Assets in a Toxic World Assume we all know we have a climate crisis, we are in ecological overshoot, the poison is now inside our bodies Assume we all know what cleantech is, not just RE, Today, we need to set course for where we are going, to imagine a future possible and how to get there.
  • MASDAR ALONG WITH TIANJIN ECOCITY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT GLOBAL INITIATIVE. IT IS THE REFERENCE POINT.
  • Nearly 100% compound growth in private financing over past five years
  • 1000S OF NEW TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS BEING COMMERCIALIZEDNorth American companies continue to attract 2/3 of total. Europe/Israel attracts about 20%. ONTARIO, SHORT ON CAPITAL, LONG ON INNOVATION CAPACITYNOTE: ABOUT 500 ROUNDS A YEAR
  • 1.0 to 2.0 to 3.01% to 10% to 25%
  • ONTARIO HAS COUPLED MARKET STIMULUS WITH INNOVATIVE FINANCING. EMERGING AS SHOWCASE AND LEADER FOR BOTH SUPPLY AND DEMAND SIDE. OFFERS MASDAR PARTNERSHIPS FOR TECHNOLOGY SOURCING, ACADEMIC/RESEARCH COLLABORATION AND CAPITAL DEPLOYMENT. OVER 50 REGIONS IN THE WORLD COMPETING TO BE A LEADING CLEANTECH JURISDICTION. TO AVOID ZERO SUM GAME, MUST DEVELOP CLUSTERS WITHOUT OR ACROSS BORDERS.
  • IN A WORLD OF GLOBAL AND OPEN INNOVATION, EFFICIENT INTERMEDIARIES ARE REQUIRED.
  • NOW BEING DEVELOPED TO MEET NEEDS OF GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN. APPLICABLE TO INVESTMENT, HUMAN CAPITAL OR TECHNOLOGY SOURCING.
  • Cleantech 3.0: Urbanization and Supply Chains Ontario and Masdar as Transformative Partners - Ontario Clean Technology Business to Business Seminar

    1. 1. Cleantech 3.0: Urbanization and Supply Chains Ontario and Masdar as Transformative Partners Cleantech B2B Seminar, MARS, Toronto Nicholas Parker Executive Chairman Cleantech Group, LL September 16 2009
    2. 2. Population Growth x Urbanization x Resource Demands 18 Megacities in the World Today At current growth rates, 10 Billion Population and 400 Megacities by 2050 More people today than all our ancestors combined Source: Earth Presentation, Global Education Project
    3. 3. Private Capital for Cleantech Innovation tops $100B *As of 31st August 2009 Source: Cleantech Group
    4. 4. Global Cleantech VC Investments 2002-2009 YTD* $9.0 B 600 Billions 2002 Total 2004 Total 2006 Total 2008 Total $0.9bn 2003 Total $1.4bn $4.6bn $7.9bn $8.0 B 2005 Total 2007 Total 2009 YTD* $1.3bn $2.1bn $6.1bn Total 485 498 $3.4bn 500 $1.2 B $7.0 B 408 $6.0 B 384 400 334 $2.8 B $1.7 B 326 $5.0 B 301 300 $4.0 B $1.9 B $3.0 B $2.2 B $0.8 B 200 164 $2.0 B $1.3 B $1.5 B 100 $1.0 B $1.8 B $1.1 B $1.1 B $0.0 B 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Source: Cleantech Group *As of 31st August 2009
    5. 5. Cleantech now largest U.S. VC Category. 30% Selected other sectors in 2Q09: 27% Biotechnology - 24% share 25% 25% Software - 18% share Services & Equipment - 17% share 22% Percentage of Investment in 20% 18% 17% 15% 15% 15% 14% 12% 12% Cleantech 10% 10% 10% 8% 7% 7% 5% 5% 4% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 0% 1Q04 2Q04 3Q04 4Q04 1Q05 2Q05 3Q05 4Q05 1Q06 2Q06 3Q06 4Q06 1Q07 2Q07 3Q07 4Q07 1Q08 2Q08 3Q08 4Q08 1Q09 2Q09 Quarter Source: Cleantech Group, PWC MoneyTree Report
    6. 6. Global Stimulus Spending on Cleantech in 2009 Public Sector Private Sector Sources: Cleantech Group, WEF, IEA WEO 2008 and HSBC
    7. 7. 3.0: Stimulus and Innovation Issues •  Where do we want to go? –  Smartening Existing Grid or Smart Electricity Web? –  Urban Design Shift? –  Quality vs Quantity of Consumption? •  Bringing Technology to Scale •  Cooperation Across Borders •  Systems Thinking for Sustainability •  The Need for Transformative Institutions •  It’s the Supply Chain, Stupid!
    8. 8. The Cleantech Accelerator ™ Mission: Accelerate the successful implementation of cleantech solutions to achieve sustainable business and development goals Applications include: Benefits to organizations include: •  open innovation sourcing •  reduce environmental impact •  acquisition identification •  solutions to achieve carbon reduction •  investment screening goals •  monetizing intellectual •  lower operational and life cycle costs property •  new revenue opportunities •  new business creation •  platform for open innovation •  positive brand and stakeholder relations impact •  achievement of carbon reduction goals
    9. 9. Accelerator Innovation Pipeline 3000+ Cleantech Investors National & University Labs Cleantech Identification of Connections & Client Goals & Relationships Barriers and Existing Accelerator Growth Cos & Market Solution Recommended Entrepreneurs Intelligence, Target Partners Database Screening, Evaluating 10,000 + &Testing Corporates globally Service Providers
    10. 10. Walmart / Cleantech Focused on 8 Solution Areas
    11. 11. Thank You! Masdar, the Source: Ontario, the Supply. www.cleantech.com nick@cleantech.com

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