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Presentation energy factor

  1. 1. Low-cost SOFC power plant for distributed generationSergey ShubenkovDirector of “Energy Factor”
  2. 2. 1. Industry trendsDecentralized generation (DG) is growing much fasterthan the centralized generation industryRenewable and low-carbon generation technologies are main driversof DG growth though they still have a number of disadvantages?
  3. 3. 2. SolutionSmall (1 ÷ 15 kW) heat and power plant based on low-cost SOFC technology as common as personal car1. SOFC power plants are efficient (up to 60%),ecological, noiseless, cheap in maintenanceand long-living2. Key customers: householders, buildingdevelopers, utilities services enterprises,agricultural enterprises and telecom companies3. The envisioned power plant’s pay-off period is2-5 years depending on the type of usage andconfiguration
  4. 4. 3. MarketBasic market for SOFC-plants is global and fast-growing1. The market value for DG technologies based on fuel willreach $74.3 billion by 2015, with a CAGR of 18.2%.2. Global demand for fuel cell power plants is projected toreach $2.6 billion in 2017 with a CAGR of 54.6%.3. Cost advantage is the key competitive factor on thestationary fuel cell market
  5. 5. 4. Competition0,252,5250,3 3 30 300Installedcapacityprice,$/kWInstalled capacity, kWSmall natural gas power plantsLimited market supplySOFC andPEMFCplants (2013)SOFC andPEMFCplants (2017)20152017 Gasreciprocatingpower plantsMicro-turbinesEne-farm
  6. 6. 5. Competitive advantagesCost effective Solid Oxide fuel cell synthesizing technologyand tubular design of cells provide competitive advantagesLower cost of fuel cellsMore simple (economical) &reliable plant constructionWider power range of plants
  7. 7. 6. TechnologySOFC production technology had been developed for17 years and now it’s ready for industrial implementationLooking simple technological process contains multiple «know-hows»2. Cathodescompaction1. Constructionmaterialspreparation3. SOFC layersdeposition4. Bakingof SOFCsin furnace
  8. 8. 7. TeamThe project team has competence in technologydevelopment, production launch and new productsbrand-managementKey persons:Sevastyanov Vladimir, Senior Researcher, hasan experience of successful implementation ofinnovative industrial technologies in the USSRSergei Shubenkov, Project Director, has anexperience of small venture businessadministration and brand management
  9. 9. 8. Business modelWe plan to arrange joint venture with European orAmerican global partner to develop and promotesolutions for different geographical marketsThe targeted geographical markets are: North America, Germany,Russia, Eastern Europe, South Korea, India, TurkeyNF will develop technology up to pilot production and theninvest IP rights in joint ventureJoint venture will adjust the power plant to partner’s technologystandards, will adopt the product to specific regional requirementsand will produce and promote it using partner’s channels
  10. 10. 9. Current status and next stepsSOFC production technology development - the mostventurous stage of the project – has finishedLow-cost SOFCtechnologyInvstd: $2 mlnMay 2013250 WprototypeReq: $0,7 mlnDec. 20133 kW powerplantReq: $1,8 mlnQ1 2015PilotproductionReq: $3,2 mlnQ4 2015SerialproductionReq: ~$11 mln2017
  11. 11. 110100Currentstage(2013)Production prototype(2014)Pilot production(2015)Firstserial production(2017)10. Investment offerBuying NF additional stock issue for $2.5 mlnthe investor will get >40% in the projectCompanyvaluation,$mlnProject stage$15 mln$50 mln$150 mln$3,5 mln$2,5 mln$5,7 mln
  12. 12. 11. Contact InformationSergey ShubenkovDirectorNF.venture@gmail.com+7 910 420 22 74Skype: shubsv1www.nf-venture.com

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