Supporting the commercialization of new energy technology by Vicky Sharpe
Future of Energy June 8, 2012
Cleantech Activity Spread Across Canada, Strong Ontario Presence SDTC & Leveraged Funding by Sector and Province Energy Exploration and Production Power Generation Energy Utilization Transportation Agriculture Forestry Waste ManagementBritish Columbia Alberta Shading indicates Leveraged Funding Manitoba Québec Ontario $246M Saskatchewan $15M Newfoundland $498M $335M Prince Edward Island $1M $76M New Brunswick $697M $5M $7M $64M Nova Scotia Numbers as of December 2011 2
Funding Gap is Growing inCurrent Environment Public and Private Sector Research VC Funding PE/Buyout Funding in 2011 in 2011 $1.5B in 2011 $11.5B $29.9B (preliminary) Source: Thomson Reuters Source: Thomson Reuters Source: Stats Canada (GERD) # of Financing Seed Startup Other Early Stage ExpansionVenture Capital deals by stage (2000 – 2011) Energy & Environment 34 89 136 162 Source: Thomson Reuters Total 471 1362 1984 3129 With challenges in the financial market, the funding gap is growing and the eco-system is at risk 33
Partnering For Real Results • IDF • OETF • WaterTAP There are many paths to market for clean technologies, requiring integration of all players in the ecosystem. 4
For More InformationSustainable Development Technology Canada Vicky Sharpe firstname.lastname@example.org Head Office: World Exchange Plaza 45 O’Connor Street, Suite 1850 Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4 (613) 234.6313 Vancouver Office: Toronto Office: Montreal Office: World Trade Centre First Canadian Place Place Ville Marie 999 Canada Place Suite 404 100 King Street W., Suite 5600 1, Place Ville Marie, Suite 2001 Vancouver, BC V6C 3E2 Toronto, Ontario M5X 1C9 Montréal, Québec H3B 2C4 (604) 844.2857 (416) 644.8726 (514) 448.4885 5
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