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Loic de Fontaubert, Rassembleurs d’énergies - ENGIE

Combining strengths and solutions to promote Energy Access

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Loic de Fontaubert, Rassembleurs d’énergies - ENGIE

  1. 1. ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies Combining strengths and solutions to promote Energy Access Contact : Loïc de Fontaubert, Investment & Partnership manager loic.defontaubert@engie.com September 21st, 2015
  2. 2. ENGIE in a nutshell ENGIE develops its businesses (power, natural gas, energy services) around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, climate-change mitigation and adaptation, security of supply and the rational use of resources. ENGIE employs 153,000 persons throughout 70 countries and achieved €74.7 billion in revenues in 2014. • No.1 supplier of energy efficiency services in the world. • 202 district heating and cooling networks operated worldwide • 140 million m2 managed in the tertiary sector. • No.3 seller of natural gas in Europe. • No.3 LNG supply portfolio in the world. • No.1 distribution network in Europe. • No.2 transport network in Europe. • A supply portfolio of 1,296 TWh • No.1 independent power producer (IPP) in the world. • No.6 supplier in Europe. • 115.3 GW* of installed power-production capacity.* • 10.5 GW* of capacity under construction.* Power ServicesNatural gas 2 * Including 100% of capacity of assets held by the Group at December 31, 2014, regardless of the actual holding rate.
  3. 3. Why ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies ? Access to energy: a global challenge 20% of the world population does NOT have access to electricity More than one out of four people faces Energy scarcity in Europe Access to energy is a key factor of economic and social development Access to energy is therefore central to poverty reduction, one of the United Nations Millennium Goals 3
  4. 4. 3 levers of action serving a common goal: access to sustainable energy for all Reduce poverty and foster economic and social development for disadvantaged populations and people facing energy scarcity in developed and emerging countries SUBSIDYSUBSIDY TECHNICAL ASSISTANCETECHNICAL ASSISTANCE INVESTMENTINVESTMENT ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies impact investment fund : Tickets size : 150 k€ up to 1,5 m€ Patient investor : 7 years or longer Economic viability of the project Governance : board seat or similar ENGIE Foundation A "Social energy" focus to offer subsidies to projects promoting energy access for the poorest populations Group Business Units sponsorship Group Employees Group NGOs 4
  5. 5. Focus on impacts (extra-financial value) and economic viability Relevance of the solutionFinancial value Synergies with the Group Social performance Environmental performance 3 4 2 1 5 Impact investment Fund dedicated to enterprises offering a sustainable energy access to low-income and energy poor households
  6. 6. Achieved portfolio : 13 investments in 8 countries on 4 continents built on strong partnerships Le Chênelet (France, Energy Efficiency) 2012 March EGG Energy (Tanzania, SHS) 2012 Dec Habitat et Humanisme (France, Energy Efficiency) 2013 Sept Les Toits de l’Espoir (France, Energy Efficiency) 2014 January LivingStones (Belgium, Energy Efficiency) 2014 June Ausar Energy (west Africa- mini solar power plants) 2015 April FENIX (Uganda, Solar Home Systems) 2014 Sept 6 Illumexico (Mexico, 2015 May PEG (Ghana, SHS ) -2015 August
  7. 7. Achieved portfolio : 13 investments in 8 countries on 4 continents built on strong partnerships Simpa Networks (India, Solar Home Systems) 2014 June Green Village Ventures (India, Solar Home systems) 2014 Dec Rural Spark (India, Solar Home systems) 2013 Dec Mera Gao Power (India – pico grids) 2015 May 7
  8. 8. Diversified Geographical and technological split 8 8 * Achieved investments and under contracting at September 2015 * * Energy Efficiency Solar Home Systems Pico Grids and centralized solutions Biogas France Belgium India Tanzania Uganda Ghana Other West Africa Mexico Split by technology Split by geography
  9. 9. Diversified Geographical and technological split 9 9 * *
  10. 10. Focus on existing solutions for electrification and cooking of remote areas 30/04/2015 POWERHIVE 10 ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies Social Entrepreneurs Solar Home Systems Micro Grids Mini power plant Biogas Solutions
  11. 11. Individual solutions a mature business model o Numerous success stories from Latin America to Asia, through Africa
  12. 12. Micro Pico grids a promising solution 30/04/2015 POWERHIVE 12 o Pilots achieved now scaling up
  13. 13. Mini power plant a ready made fast track solution 30/04/2015 POWERHIVE 13 o Proof of concept already achieved in mature markets:
  14. 14. Bio-digesters Affordable cooking and fertilizing solutions 30/04/2015 POWERHIVE 14 o A simple, taylor-made solution, adapted to local market
  15. 15. Towards combined offers… 30/04/2015 POWERHIVE 15 oSame clients with same needs
  16. 16. Key lessons Access to sustainable energy for all is at the heart of the fight against poverty and the fight against climate change. Entrepreneurs develop innovative solutions with high social impact: decentralized energy (up to 1 MW) with a significant potential for scalability. To scale up their solutions, they need different partners providing hybrid financing (grants, equity, debt) and skill technical assistance. ENGIE Rassembleurs Energies is an open initiative bringing together the expertise and solutions of the Group and the contribution of multiple partners. We are co creating new approaches in order to change living conditions of millions of people 16

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