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Panel Discussion

Panel Participant: Doug McNeil Vice President, AOptix Technologies Inc. Operations, Biometric and LASER Communication Product

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Panel Discussion

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  1. Panel Participant: • Doug McNeil • Vice President, AOptix Technologies Inc. • Operations, Biometric and LASER Communication Product • Doug has worked in a number of high-tech firms in a product leadership roles with his career focus in Engineering Leadership and Business Management. He is truly passionate about conservation since his early years and now walks his talk in “planting the seed” with youth and making environmental issues relevant. • Speaking on: • “Regional green technology roadmap”… • Regional technology VC funding & “productization”, Industry outreach programs, green technology education K-12 Panel Discussion

  2. Enabling the Next Generation to Go Green Prepared By: Doug McNeil Vice President, AOptix Technologies, Inc

  3. Workforce Influences • Renewable Technology Roadmap & Product Life Cycle • Workforce Requirements & Domain Skills • Workforce Development/Enablers/Multipliers

  4. California Renewable Roadmap Emission Performance Standards SB 1368 Global Warming Solutions Act Renewable Energy Standards (RES) Enacted in California Environmental protection Act EPA Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) Keep America Beautiful Ad Council (RES) Accelerated 2007 2006 1953 1966 1968 1978 2002 AB32 Deregulation 1998 SB 90 State Bill 1997 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Standards 2002 AB 118 Renewable and Alternatives Fuel and Vehicle 2006 Million Solar Roofs In California Legislation SB1 California Solar Initiative Unprecedented Federal and State Legislation Over the Past 6 Years

  5. Green Technology Roadmap LED Smart Sensors Solar Wind Energy Mgmt. Electric Vehicles Energy Mgmt. Source: http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/greentech-market-taxonomy-chart.html

  6. National Renewable Energy Growth Growth Source: EIA How Renewable Energy Plays a Role In The Nations Energy Supply

  7. Megawatts per state by 2020 Solar Wind Source: Union of Concerned Scientists State RES standards “ green states” Technology acceleration

  8. Clean Tech Companies Leading clean tech companies in San Jose include: Phillips Lumileds - Automotive lighting, computer displays, LCD televisions, signage, signaling and general lighting Echelon - Products for energy infrastructures SunPower - Cells, modules and panels Stion - Thin film PV modules Solopower - Thin film PV modules Sopogy - CSP solar concentrators BioFuelBox - Waste to fuel conversion Borgata Recycling - Solexant - Solar cell manufacturer SunWize - Solar systems Fat Spaniel - Critical Monitoring and reporting Nanosolar is manufacturing thin-film solar cells in Edenvale. Underwriters Laboratory’s solar testing/certification facility SVTC's solar development center/foundry in Edenvale SolarTech's Center of Excellence. http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/City-Of-San-Jose-California-907720.html

  9. “Productization” Basic Product Life Cycle - New Technology Research & Development (R&D) Design Prototyping New Product Introduction (NPI) Product Deployment Phase I Research Product & Process Viability Design Conceptual Product Design Application Testing (Lab Environment) Product Planning Phase IV Product Installation Maintenance Product Support Phase II Product Design Refinement Manufacturing in Limited Production Market Testing (Customer Environment) Phase III Transition to Domestic and Offshore Manufacturing Pilot Manufacturing Process Proofing Product Delivery

  10. “Typical Productization Map” Concept Definition Business Case Develop Design Prototype Test Pre- Production Beta FCS Requirements Management -Marketing Reqmts -System Reqmts -Component Requirements Serviceability Installability Application Design Function Form Fit Trades: Volume Thermal Cost Weight DFM/DFA Modularize Standardize Simplify Part Count Interfaces Adjustment Variable Processes Cost/BOM Weight Trades Verify Product Concept System Test HW SW Testing Thermal HALT Product EDVT/ MDVT Optical Electrical SW Mech Environ Manuf/ Test/ Process Proofing Customer Feedback Shipment & Installation SW Features Production Pilot Process Proofing Product Validation Product Optimization HWSW Optimization System Robustness Electronics Cables/Connectorization Power Supply System Simplification System Reliability Compliance/Regulatory Supplier Partnerships Identify and Close Key Design Trades Identify Key System Requirements

  11. Solar Industry PLC Product Life Cycle - New Technology Research & Development (R&D) Design Prototyping New Product Introduction (NPI) Product Deployment • Scientific • Research • Analyze • Test • Engineering • Design • Test • Manufacturing • Methods • Fabrication • Assembly • Test • Marketing Specs • Engineering Specs • Product Design • Design Prototype • Analysis • Manufacturability • Product Testing • Reliability • Qualification • Manufacturing • Design • DFM/DFA/DFC • Line • Tooling • Fast-turn • Line Production • Quality Engineering • Product Delivery Product Installation Maintenance Product Support Outbound Marketing

  12. Solar Workforce Pathway Engineering Mechanical Electrical Software Chemical Process Quality/Reliability Test Manufacturing Mechanical Electrical Automation Tooling Process Control Quality/Reliability Verification Installation Mechanical Electrical Maintenance Marketing Scientific Materials Chemistry Physics Doctorate/ Masters High School/ Junior College 2 Year Degree or 4 Year Degree 4 Year Degree Pathway

  13. Workplace Pathways (Example) Working knowledge of: • Basic Shop Practices and Tools • Drafting and Blueprint Reading • Basic Electronics & Electricity • Plumbing HVAC/Mechanical • Science, Math & Technology Nanosolar (R&D) • Application Engineering • Reliability • Equipment Engineering/Automation • R&D Process Engineering • Partner Programs Solyndra (R&D Prototyping) • Engineering/Automation • Integration • IT • Quality & Reliability • Sales Akeena Solar System (Products) • Marketing • Program Management • Product Engineering • Installation • Maintenance and Service • Warranty

  14. Industry Workforce Goals • Vitalize the U.S. workforce. • Motivate and inspire young Americans to study and pursue careers in STEM disciplines. • Endorse, financially support, and promote STEM education, workforce activities, and policies that have proven successful. • Make government a partner in achieving the future workforce.

  15. Industry Workforce Goals Commitment to intensify support for education and workforce initiatives: • Partnering with existing programs such as Project Lead the Way, FIRST Robotics, and Team America Rocketry Challenge. • Encouraging, supporting, and motivating industry professionals to participate in mentoring, and other volunteering in schools and community colleges. • Supporting the transition of retirees to K-12 science and mathematics teaching, certification and enrichment programs in paid or volunteer positions. • Earmarking corporate grants to educational programs. Source: AIA

  16. Develop Industry Pathway’s Career Immersion Internship & Sponsorship College Investigation 9th - 12th Grade Competitions /Grants Interest 5th Through 8th Grade Science & Math Introduction Kindergarten Through 5th Grade Field Trips Education and Industry Partnerships

  17. Clean Technology Workforce Enablers

  18. Global Change Civilization is on the brink of a new industrial order. The big winners in the increasingly fierce global scramble for supremacy will not be those who simply make commodities faster and cheaper than the competition. They will be those who develop talent, techniques, and tools that are so advanced that there is no competition.

  19. National Education Challenge Can this possibility happen soon enough? President-elect Obama needs to make it a national priority, like Kennedy did with the moonshot. Set goals, commit to government backed research, reward innovation and stimulate entrepreneurship. Russell Hancock, President and CEO of Joint Venture : Silicon Valley Network Mercury New Article STEM education is a national challenge, and the aerospace industry recognizes the stakeholder’s interest in maintaining U.S. global leadership and competitiveness must react to the pressing workforce challenge…..as the nation responded to the former Soviet Union’s launch of Sputnik in 1957. Aerospace Industry Association

  20. Back-up Charts

  21. Success Factors • Solutions to this difficult national problem must involve identifying and leveraging those people and factors that influence career orientation for K-12 students. • Sweeping and coordinated steps are essential now to ensure the ongoing competitiveness of our nation and the success of the industry. • A roadmap to developing workforce to enable success. • One case study in industry investment, partnership and mentorship.

  22. Workforce Prospects San Jose 2007 Green Vision Initiative which would include the creation of 25,000 clean tech jobs by 2023. By 2023 the number of direct and indirect jobs related to renewable energy and energy efficiency is expected to reach 40 million. With an expected growth rate of about 1.3 million jobs per year. Policies that mandate cutting greenhouse-gas emissions, such as the state's landmark law known as AB 32, will require energy-efficiency improvements that will mean 403,000 new jobs, with a payroll of $48 billion and a contribution of $76 billion to the gross state product by 2020, according to David Roland-Holst.

  23. Funding by Region Source: Money Tree Survey VC funding by region

  24. U.S. Venture Capital Source: Money Tree Survey VC Funding by Year

  25. Factors contributing To High School Success Top Ten Indicators Sources: USA Today 2006

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