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  1. Towards a Low Carbon Economy….. Greenergy Solutions Inc.

  2. Confidentiality Agreement This presentation involving the GREENERGY SOLUTIONS’ Project is considered Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” means any information, whether disclosed in oral, written, visual, electronic or other form, which the author discloses or observes in connection with the performance of this DOCUMENT. Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to, business plans, forecast and analyses; financial information, employee, customer and vendor information, software ( including all documentation and code), hardware and system methodologies, specifications; purchasing, logistics , logistics, sales, marketing and other business processes; and the terms and existence of this document. The reader, referred to as, “Party” , shall restrict disclosure of confidential information to its employees who have a need to know such information and to perform the obligations and who first agreed to be bound by the terms of this Understanding, and to use such information only as necessary to perform the obligation under this agreement. The Party shall be liable for any unauthorized disclosure of use of confidential information by any of its employees, agents or contractors. Within ten (10) days after receiving a written request, the Party shall return (as instructed by Greenergy Solutions Inc.) any materials containing Confidential information. By continuing to examine or read this paper, the Party freely agrees to the above terms and conditions of Agreement. Ruth P. Briones President/CEO Greenergy Solutions Inc.

  3. “Clean energy is climate change adaptation, which must be a global effort. It is an acknowledgment that mankind´s greenhouse gas emissions are the ones causing dramatic climate changes. The response must be in two forms: for unclean energy, higher efficiency; for clean energy, higher economics. The inventing must be now; The investing must be now.” Ruth P. Briones, PMI July 29,2010

  4. The company Greenergy Solutions Inc (GSI) had entered into with partnerships with leading technology and engineering companies worldwide which enable it to engage its customers requirements and needs in tune with industry trends and market needs.

  5. What is the potential for renewable energy in the Philippines? • The Philippine government has place high priority on attracting foreign investments which create new jobs, higher incomes, higher public sector revenue. • The government has for the past ten (10) years had many ways of achieving such goals for example, by providing modern, efficient infrastructure, educating the workforce with skills in demand by industry, setting up free ports, and special exports zones and the like. • While they are only one of the tools available to encourage foreign investment in the Philippines in encouraging higher levels of investment, fiscal incentives are extremely available under existing laws. These fiscal incentives accelerate the pace and level of total investments in the economy, these incentives encourage renewable energy investments to develop more rapidly and should be used to support this particular sector where the Philippine has strong comparative advantage. • The Renewable Energy Law and the Biofuels Act, with the provisions from the Foreign Investments Act have listed the fiscal and non-fiscal incentives for the Renewable Energy foreign investments. The Philippine government is prioritizing renewable energy for the next ten (10) years. In order to facilitate such a dramatic expansion the Philippine government has: • Given renewable energy technologies favored investment status; • Approval of the Renewable Energy Act with a range of specific market-based incentives; • Been working with a local government and Non-government Organizations to develop a Green Independent Power Producer (GRIPP) model for power projects. Lastly, alternative source of energy projects has high level political support.

  6. GSI’s Place in the Philippines’ Renewable Energy…we pioneer • The Greenergy Solutions’ readily enjoys huge advantage in view of the fact that Philippines’ demand for green energy is huge, providing them as competitive particularly in the Waste-to-Energy Sector. • Greenergy is ideally positioned to supply green energy in the market as MSW and other wastes as feedstock are products that are readily available and mandated to be disposed at all costs by local government units such as towns and cities. • Greenergy will be able to provide green energy, at a time when the world is seriously addressing greenhouse gas emissions, from a constantly occurring renewable source – MSW (Municipal Solid Waste), making it able to support base load more successfully than any of the alternatives such as solar or hydro electricity. Editorial, November 10, 2010, 5:22pm Philippine Renewable Energy Agenda Commended MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines is endowed with an abundance of renewable energy resources. Rice, coconut, and sugarcane crops generate volumes of residues that can be utilized as fuel. Many parts of the country have great potential for harnessing wind energy. And its location just above the equator, it has abundant sunshine, which can be tapped for solar energy. When Republic Act 9513, the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, was signed into law on December 16, 2008, Moody’s, a United States ratings agency, cited it as a big step in the right direction. The Renewable Energy Law provides the framework for the adoption of a strategic program to tap viable sources of renewable energy, with the Department of Energy taking the lead. Although clean energy is expensive to produce, governments and the public see it also a means to make profits and create jobs. As early as 2007, energy projects initiated by the Philippines had attracted financiers, clean energy experts, and representatives of financial institutions all over the world. The energy we generate from geothermal and hydro resources has significantly reduced the country’s dependency on imported and polluting fuels. We have also begun solar, wind, and biomass energy programs. The Philippines’ Renewable Energy Agenda was commended by the Asian Development Bank at a recent trade fair and conference held in Singapore. The ADB expressed optimism that the Philippines will be able to sustain the momentum in its development and promotion of renewable energy. The Philippines is on track in its development of renewable energy. We have the needed resources and with the passage of the Renewable Energy Law, we have shown our commitment to join and even to take a leading role in this global initiative. Manila Bulletin,

  7. PROJECTS Greenergy Solutions’ three agenda for Sustainable development..pioneering Agenda I Agenda II Agenda III

  8. Agenda I The Zero Waste Philippines • Focus: installation, deployment of Material Recovery and Energy Facilities nationwide. • Entering into 25-year Public-Private Partnership with Local Government Units (cities, towns , provinces) • Employing proven, widely conversion technologies compliant with the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Renewable Energy Law. • The Project would create an integrated sustainable waste management facilities; • Generating clean electricity which considered as alternative energy .

  9. THE PHILIPPINE WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECT List of projects currently under initial stages of project development

  10. BIOMASS PROJECT PRIORITY SITES (BEST VILLAGES SITES) AGENDA III Establishment of Bio-Energy Sustained Strategy (BEST) Villages nationwide. This strategy focuses on using the biomass project in ways that sustain and restore the health, function, productivity, and resilience of biomass grass plantations and that help offset potential adverse impacts of climate change.

  11. Napier and Giant King Grass Biomass Project-BEST Villages • Important demonstration project for vertically integrated biomass (follow-on projects in the Philippines and other Asia markets) involving electricity cooperatives: - Social enterprise precedent through partnerships with local NGOs - New precedent in Asia for large-scale biomass projects • Most biomass power projects in Asia do not exceed 20 MW due to limited agricultural waste feedstock supply • Biomass projects are being planned in Europe at a scale of up to 300 MW • New renewable green energy source for the Philippines • Scalable up to much larger capacity • Reliable baseload electricity source • Alternative to diesel and HFO for island markets outside Luzon

  12. AGENDA II Integrated Production, Bioethanol Distillery and Cogeneration in a 50,000- Hectare Agricultural Lands in the Philippines PANGASINAN NUEVA ECIJA AGUSAN DEL NORTE

  13. Analysis of the Bioethanol Industry • Republic Act 9367 also known as The Biofuels Act of 2006 mandates the blending of minimum 10% motor fuel grade (anhydrous) bioethanol (E10) that starts in January 2011, which means a minimum market demand of around 600 M liters. In 2009, total bioethanol volume was 218 M liters, 38% was locally produced with 62% importation from Brazil. Market demand in 2010 was around 240 M liters but local production would reach around 80 M liters only. Importation is necessary for the meantime to facilitate the compliance of the country to the RA 9367 because bioethanol local production is insufficient to meet the country’s fuel demand. Meanwhile, world ethanol production for transport fuel was tripled from 17 Billion to more than 52 Billion liters in 2000~2007. Share of ethanol in global gasoline increased to 5.4% in 2008 and production further increase to 74 Billion liters in 2009. As of 2010, world ethanol production is 18,934 Million gallons. It is forecasted to increase to 21,653 M gallons in 2012 with an average increase of 4 % per year. The current largest producers of bioethanol are United States of America and Brazil with a capacity of 7,518 M gallons per year (Mgpy) and 5,489 mgpy, respectively (Figure 7). Ethanol demand will go up by 80 percent by 2015. Nearly 80 percent of that demand will be seen in the Western hemisphere, with the other 20 percent in Asia-Pacific. • Bioethanol becomes acceptable as blending compound for gasoline transport fuel because of its octane boosting property and practically zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. Power rises steadily as the mixture reaches an equivalent ratio of about 1:4. Soot formation does not occur because of the oxygenate property of alcohols. Emissions of Nitrogen Oxide (Nox) are very low because of ethanol's lower flame temperature. The blended ethanol-gasoline fuel provides smooth engine operation because of its wider flammability limits property of ethanol. However, ethanol blends has its disadvantage. The mixture produces higher emission of acetaldehyde, an organic chemical that could provide risk to human health. The emission can be reduced by 50% by increasing the engine's compression ratio from 9~14. The reduced level is comparable to that of gasoline. • APEC Biofuels Task Force stated that at world crude oil prices about US$50 per barrel, biofuels from a wide variety of crops are cost-competitive with petrol and diesel as fuel transport. Its report further stated there is a significant value in pursuing development of integrated bioethanol facilities that yield co-products such as animal feed, fertilizers, etc. Expanded biofuels production can substantially increase farm incomes, thereby enhancing opportunities for rural development and employment. • The current production capacity of the Philippines is 88.8 million liters per year from companies that is BOI registered and the developing companies or soon to be developed distilleries have capacity of 477.6 million liters per year totaling of 866.4 million liters per year if these projects were all developed (Table 1).

  14. These three main agenda emerged in the articulation of a vision for Greenergy Solutions Inc.

  15. GSI’s CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Balance, Sustainable Economic Development  • Environmental Stewardship • Renewable Energy Development • Natural Resources Protection and Conservation • Community Involvement and • People Empowerment SERVICES  • Environmental Management, Research and Development • Waste-to-Energy Project Development and management • Preparation of Policy framework • Environmental Impact Assessment; • Consultancy services for  an integrated approach of waste management, waste analysis and characterization study • Biofuel Research and development; • Legal Services for Environment • Renewable Energy Project Planning and Development Greenergy Solutions’ way. .doing a great difference and making the world a better place...

  16. Legal Instruments and Pilot sites Permits , Government Supports , Revenues and Schedules Technical Profile The Philippine Waste-to-Energy Project Brief • Incentives under the Renewable Energy law: Seven-year tax holiday; zero rated VAT on the sale of CERs and Electricity, Custom duties are zero; priority dispatch to the Grid and priority to be paid by the offtaker (NGCP; Renewable Energy Developer license to be issued to Greenergy Solutions; • Permits: at the local level, to be issued by the Local Mayor; Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) to be issued by the DENR; • Revenue streams: sale of Electricity, sale of end-products and CERs, tipping fees; • Revenue Sharing : GSI and local partner shares in the revenues for 20 years; • Compliance: Clean Air Act, Ecological Solid Waste Management Act; Renewable Energy Law; • Term of the Facilities: 20-years; • Development Period : 18 months. • Sharing term of revenues: 80% for the developers, 20% for the LGU ( to be negotiated) • Letter of Intent (LOI) to be submitted by the LGU/private Entity to Greenergy Solutions (GSI); • Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to be signed by LGU/Private Entity and GSI that will start discussion on the final agreement; • 20-year Private Public Partnership Agreement (PPPA) to be entered into between LGU and GSI for the use of land and delivery of feedstock to the facility and the Revenue sharing terms; * • Renewable Energy Purchase agreement (REPA) between the NGCP (offtaker) and GSI for the sale of Electricity; • Emission Reduction Purchase Agreement (ERPA) for the sale of CERs. • * The other Party is a City, town or province • Technology: widely used, proven conversion technologies to work for 24/7 hours operation; • Capacity: A 60-100 tons per day of Mixed/unsegregated waste generates 3 MWe of electricity; a 180 tons a day of MSW generates 6-10 Mwe depending on the waste stream; • Area required: A 100-500 tons/day of MSW facility would need a 10,000.0 square meters of land; a 800 to 1200 tons per day of MSW will require a 30,000 square meter of land; • Efficiency: Volume reduction for the two thermal gasifiers technologies is 100%; Emissions is carbon negative and works on a Best Available Control Technology; BOS and COR facilities treats and process all kinds of mixed and unsegregated waste; • End Products: Ash production is <5% of combustible materials; glass, metals and other non-combustible are also removed with the ash and can be recycled. • Project Developers : • Greenergy Solutions ( • EndesaCarbono ( • Local Government Units /Private Entities

  17. Philippine Government Incentives and Supports • A seven-year tax holiday; • No tax on the sale of carbon credits generated from renewable energy sources ; • A 10-percent corporate income tax thereafter; • A 1.5- percent real estate tax cap on the original cost of equipment and facilities used to produce renewable energy • Custom duties are zero rated on equipment and facilities to be used in the Renewable Energy Projects; • The law also prioritizes the purchase, grid connection and transmission of electricity generated by companies from renewable sources, and exempts power generated from these sources from value- added tax, and custom duties, these measures will ultimately ensure a market for renewable energy, and provide a system that will allow consumers to choose green sources of energy in the long term. • The Philippine Renewable Energy Act of 2008 provides “Pioneer” and “Priority Investment” status to the proposed gasification projects of Greenergy as Renewable Energy projects and is designed to spur investments in the renewable energy sector with incentives. The incentives under the Renewable Energy law

  18. The financial return on operating a Waste-to-Energy Facility are computed based on the prevailing price of the following factors Renewable Energy Renewable energy development was given a tremendous boost with the passage of the Renewable Energy Act of 2008. Since its signing, a total of 206 contracts had been signed and counting. The target is to double the RE-based installed capacity for power generation at the end of the planning horizon from its 2008 level of 5,300 MW. Now on its final phase of deliberation among the various TWGs and Sub-committees of the National Renewable Energy Board are the various policy and regulatory mechanisms to speed-up the implementation of the law. These include the mechanisms on Feed-in-tariff, Renewable Portfolio Standard and Net Metering. FiT refers to the RE policy that offers guaranteed payments on a fixed rate per kwh for RE generation, excluding any generation for own use; RPS is market-based policy that requires electricity suppliers to source an agreed portion of their energy supply from eligible RE resources; Net Metering a system in which a distribution grid user has a two-way connection to the grid and is only charged for his net electricity consumption and is credited for any overall contribution to the grid. Among the plans and programs which will be done in collaboration with DOE’s state university-based Renewable Energy Centers and other local research institutions is the updating of DOE’s existing RE database as well as the continuing conduct of promotional activities on renewable energy particularly ocean energy projects which could be in the form OTEC, wave, marine and tidal. Source: Philippine Energy Plan, DOE Wholesale Electricity Prices:Price of electricity will be in accordance with the regulated tariff for renewable energy generated which is lower than the energy sold by other power producers because the operating cost is lower in view of the legislated fiscal and non-fiscal incentives it got from the government in accordance with the existing laws recently passed by the Philippine Legislature. Number and Size of Generation Plants. The modular designs allows for flexibility in applications from 1 ton to 500 tons per day of Municipal Solid Wastes and a power capacities from 2 MW to 24 MW of electricity generated. A 500 ton per day Mixed and unsorted waste to be treated will generate 10 MW of green energy, 8.5 MW goes to the grid for electricity consumers. Price of Carbon Credits.Compared to the status quo, the proposed projects will result in a very large reduction in greenhouse gases (GHGs) that cause global warming. The reduction in GHGs will come from three main sources. First (and primarily), from eliminating methane (CH4), which is the main component of landfill gases and is 21 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than CO2; second, from offsetting electricity that would otherwise be generated by burning fossil fuels; and third, from recycling the bottom ash and the metals, glass, and brick recovered from the bottom ash. Greenergy Solutions shall monetize this annual reduction in GHGs by selling the associated carbon credits on the international market.  MSW Tipping Fee:Fees that can be earned for accepting waste as against alternate disposal options will determine the price the company can garner for accepting various wastes. Tipping fee being paid at present ranges from Php 150.00 to Php 2000. This fee depends on the distance of the disposal facility like dumpsite of landfill. Sale of other End-products, like potable water, and ashes use for concrete works, metals, glass;

  19. Under the Renewable Energy (RE) Policy Framework Plan for 2009-2030 adopted in 2009, the Philippines aims to double Renewable Energy capacity in 10 years. As of end 2009, RE capacity stood at 5,445 Megawatts and the Philippine Energy Plan indicates additional capacity requirements of 5,393 MW for the period 2009-2012. • The company’s founders and management seeks to utilize their more than 100 years combined industry experiences (technology, operations and policy), relationships and unique skills to develop Waste-to-Energy project(s) in collaboration with foreign partners and investors experienced with development of renewable energy projects. • The Company's vision is to become a national leader in the development of economically viable and environmentally sustainable gasification projects for the commercial production of energy by offering municipalities a proven, privately financed, rapid construction program that allows municipalities to accelerate WTE development. • Positioning Within the MarketplaceGreenergy is uniquely positioned as a Renewable Energy Developer in the Philippine marketplace with many distinct advantages including: • Greenergy’s founders and officers has a long history, as officials and employees, serving state and local government on technology, operational and policy application issues relating to these type of processes. • Greenergy has In-house engineering, environmental and design capabilities to reduce overall project development and maintenance costs. • Greenergy can offer a turnkey partnership approach to municipal client who view Greenergy as experts in the electric utility industry. • Greenergy lower overhead expenses, compared to larger national and international engineering and construction firms, allows us to better manage expenses and realize optimal profits for project participants, including municipal partners. Highlights of the 2009-2030 Philippine Energy Plan As the country faces the realities of growing energy demand, tight energy supply, limited foreign investments and critical power development issues, the Department of Energy is set to release the Philippine Energy Plan highlighting the plans and programs of the energy sector to fuel support for the economic growth of the country for the period 2009-2030. Specifically, the Plan will deal with the future of energy development which is very vital to the country’s prosperity. The over-arching theme of PEP 2009-2030 is ensuring the best energy choices for a better quality of life. Policy Thrusts The plans and programs of PEP 2009-2030 are crafted to respond to the challenges that are confronting the energy sector at present and usher the change in the landscape of the country’s energy future. In simple terms, the Plan will see to it that public policies on energy are at par with the changing needs of the energy sector. As an overall guiding principle, the Plan is based on three broad policy thrusts: • Ensuring energy security • Pursuing effective implementation of energy sector reforms and; • Implementing social mobilization and cross-sector monitoring mechanisms.

  20. Greenergy intends to seek strategic partners as investors all over the world who can benefit from the green energy generation, carbon credit offsets, fuel supply or are seeking a way to invest in green investments showing a good return.

  21. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact… Ruth P. Briones Chairman/Chief Executive Officer Greenergy Solutions Inc. Email Address: Website: Address: Rms.401/402, Verde Oro Bldg., Commonwealth Avenue Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines Phone Nos.+632 456 2293 / +634979452/ + 205 258 3264