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Under the roof of Financial Services we providean extensive portfolio of financial solutions                              ...
Increasingimportance of financing in city-contextEuropeAsia-PacificNorth and South AmericaAfrica, Middle East, CIS     Bud...
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Financing Green InfrastructureJoseph DankoSenior Vice PresidentOperations Director, Urban ProgramsCH2M HILL
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How to Save a Planet - On a Budget: Hour 2: Public Private Partnerships for Renewable Infrasture, and the ROI of Going Green
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How to Save a Planet - On a Budget: Hour 2: Public Private Partnerships for Renewable Infrasture, and the ROI of Going Green

  1. 1. How to Save a Planet – On a BudgetHour 2 (10:15 – 11:15 EST): • Stimulus That Works: Public-Private Cooperation for a Greener Economy • Renewable ROI: The Economic Case for Renewable Infrastructure Brought to you by #GreenFinance
  2. 2. About this WebinarHow you can share:• Submit your questions in the GotoWebinar presentation window• Follow along and share your thoughts on Twitter at #GreenFinance #GreenFinance
  3. 3. About Our SpeakersAndrew Carman is Head of Americas for the Project & Structured Finance Infrastructure,Cities and Industry team at Siemens Financial Services. Prior to this role, Mr. Carmanwas Senior Vice President and General Manager, responsible for SFS Inc.’s EquipmentFinance group.Jo Dankois CH2M HILL’s Global Director for Sustainable Solutions. Jo helps the firm developgoals, strategies, key performance indicators, and targets for sustainability and measures performanceagainst those goals. Jo actively engages in educating employees and raising awareness of sustainabilityissues.Kirk H. Edelman is the president and CEO of Siemens Financial Services, responsible for leading Siemens’commercial finance and leasing business across North America. Mr. Edelman previously served as SVP ofthe company’s Energy Finance business, and has more than 20 years of finance experience focusing onenergy, natural resources and infrastructure finance.Lane Burt is Technical Policy Director at the U.S. Green Building Council. A mechanical engineer bytraining, Lane brings extensive technical and political knowledge to USGBCs advocacy and policyshop, having helped draft legislation related to energy efficiency including provisions of the Recovery Actand the American Clean Energy and Security Act.Dr. ThiemoGroppis a co-founder of the DESERTEC Foundation. He has been following the developmentof renewable energies for many years. As an entrepreneur he has built and led several nationally as wellas internationally successful technology companies. Dr. Gropp studied physics in Germany and the USAand has a PhD in biochemistry. #TECLive #GreenFinance
  4. 4. Financing Infrastructure - a SiemensFinancial Services PerspectiveAndrew CarmanHead of Americas, Project & Structured FinanceInfrastructure & Cities and Industry
  5. 5. Under the roof of Financial Services we providean extensive portfolio of financial solutions Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  6. 6. Increasingimportance of financing in city-contextEuropeAsia-PacificNorth and South AmericaAfrica, Middle East, CIS Budget constraints at cities with concurrently essential needs for action lead to high importance of private sector financeSource: SFS Paper, Sustainable Cities, 2011 Financial Services Page 6 Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  7. 7. Significant investment gap as a consequence Investment gap2) $20-25 trillion Public funding1) $15-20 trillion Global infrastructure investment needs until 2030 $35-40 trillion Including $7-8 trillion for transport infrastructure1) Funds that governments can allocate in the development of infrastructures2) Funds potentially required from the private sector, including equity and deptSource: BCG analysis Financial ServicesPage 7 Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  8. 8. Thank you for yourattention.
  9. 9. Financing Green InfrastructureJoseph DankoSenior Vice PresidentOperations Director, Urban ProgramsCH2M HILL
  10. 10. CH2M HILL is a global leaderin full-service planning, consulting, design, design-build,operations, and program management services• More than 30,000 employees• US$7 billion in revenue• 100 percent owned by our employees• Performing work in more than 140 countries• Delivering extraordinary projects, including – London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games – Panama Canal Expansion Program CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  11. 11. CH2M HILL Model for a Sustainable Financial Plan Optimized & Sustainable Financial Plan Financing & Procurement Financial Strategies Management Existing New Revenues Expenditures Funding Local, State Federal New Grant OPEX & Life Industrial & Federal Taxation Cycle Costs Capacity Grants Revenues Taxes Cost of User Fees OtherDevelopment Other CAPEX PublicOpportunities Revenues & Fares Revenues Disruption CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  12. 12. Windsor Essex Parkway,Procured under a P3 ModelClient: Infrastructure Ontario and Ministry of Transportation OntarioLocation: Windsor, Ontario• $1.4 billion,11-km-long project — Ontario’s single largest highway investment• P3 agreement will deliver design, construction, finance, and long-term maintenance of the corridor• Includes recreational trails, green space, and habitat protection• Incorporation of a Greenroads certification requirement to ensure that sustainability is built into the entire process 12 CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  13. 13. Onondaga CountyGreen Infrastructure ProgramClient: Onondaga CountyLocation: Syracuse, New York“Save the Rain” Program• Comprehensive “green” infrastructure program captures stormwater and reduces impacts of runoff to the combined sewer system• More than 60 green infrastructure projects completed or under Porous concrete parking surface at City Lot # 3, Syracuse, NY construction in 2011 – 66,000 sf green roof on Convention Center – Capture and reuse system at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena; “green” Ice Rink 13 CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  14. 14. “Save the Rain” P3 ComponentsClient: Onondaga CountyLocation: Syracuse, New YorkP3 Components• Green Improvement Fund: offers grants to private property owners in the combined sewer districts• Incentivizes green infrastructure on private property by funding cost gap between gray and green infrastructure improvements Porous Basketball Courts -• Private landowners enter contract Skiddy Park, Syracuse, NY with County to maintain green infrastructure 14 CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  15. 15. Blighted Site Redeveloped into Menomonee ValleyIndustrial Center & Community ParkClient: City of MilwaukeeLocation: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Converted property blighted by more than 125 years of locomotive maintenance into a new industrial center rich in recreational, economic and natural assets Redevelopment will bring up to 1,500 jobs Created more than $120 million in recreational, aesthetic, and ecological value MVIC has won numerous for the people of Milwaukee awards, including the 2011 Innovation in Sustainable Civil Engineering Award Reused materials such as crushed from the American Society of Civil concrete, glass, timber, and brick, avoiding Engineers landfill Stormwater management creates habitat, returns diverse/beneficial species to area Created new “green” recreational spaces CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  16. 16. Creative Financing was Critical to MVIC’s Success • The City created a $16 million Tax Increment District to fund roads and infrastructure and to remediate environmental contamination • Most new MVIC businesses have received New Market Tax Credit loans through the Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. • $24 million was obtained through 20 local, state, and federal grants, and dozens of private donations • Additional savings through value engineering, new-found revenue streams, and materials reuse CH2M HILL – Copyright 2011
  17. 17. Financing Clean Energy Energy Financing CleanKirk H. EdelmanCEO, Project & Structured Finance – EnergySiemens Financial Services Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  18. 18. Siemens Financial Services GmbH SFS SFS partner (via SAP Financing) Project-related presenceProducts Asset Finance & Leasing  Project & Equity Participations  Asset Management  Project & Export Finance  Private Equity Vendor Finance  Industrial Insurance Solutions  Treasury Solutions Structured Finance  Private Finance Solutions Asset-Based Lending Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  19. 19. Under the roof of Financial Services we providean extensive portfolio of financial solutions Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  20. 20. Siemens Financial Services Supports Windy Flats Wind Farm Project ExpansionChallenge Cannon Power Group, an existing Siemens Energy, Inc. customer, sought funding options to expand its Windy Flats wind farm project in Washington state. Siemens Financial Services (SFS) outlined a creative financing structure for the project’s expansion. Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  21. 21. Siemens Financial Services Supports Windy Flats Wind Farm Project ExpansionSolution SFS provided a $178 million senior secured credit facility to fund the Windy Flats project expansion. The funds were used to expand the project with additional Siemens wind turbines and to recapitalize a portion of the existing credit facility. Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  22. 22. Siemens Financial Services Supports Windy Flats Wind Farm Project ExpansionBenefits Siemens performed as the single supplier for both the equipment and funding for the project expansion. Upon completion, Cannon’s wind farm projects will provide a combined total of 400 megawatts of power to homes in Southern California. Financial Services Copyright © Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved
  23. 23. Lean EfficiencyNov 30th, 2011 for the Energy Collective & Sustainable Cities Collective Lane Wesley Burt, P.E. Technical Policy Director U.S. Green Building Council
  24. 24. Growth in LEED EB:O&M Certified Space 500Certified Floor Area (million sqft) 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  25. 25. LEED VOLUME PROGRAM: COSTSAVINGS VS. ONE-OFFLEED VOLUME PROGRAM PROJECT BUNDLE PRICING 150,000 AVG. SF 300,000 AVG. SF25 PROJECTS $75,000 $75,000 44% SAVINGS 70% SAVINGS50 PROJECTS $90,000 $90,000 66% SAVINGS 82% SAVINGS100 PROJECTS $110,000 $110,000 79% SAVINGS 89% SAVINGS

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