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  1. Solarenergy and efficienttechnologiesin the constructionsector Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center Padua, 2 March 2011

  2. 2 March 2011 – Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center – Padua SOLAR ENERGY AND EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR • Mr. Thomas Kabelitz – Export Manager K&P GmbH & Co KG • Mr. Marco Nava – Managing Director K&P Italia Srl

  3. Company information Technology for Building Automation Historical overview 80 years with Kieback&Peter • 1927Establishment of the company in Berlin as “Factory for automatic controllers” • 1949Restart of the production after the destruction of the plants during World War II Technology for Building Automation • 1990Establishment of six new branches in the new German federal states • 2004Establishment of the branch office in China. • 2005Establishment of the representative office in Italy • 200780th anniversary • 2009Establishment of Kieback&Peter Italia S.r.l. Marco Nava – March 2011

  4. Company information Full-time employees Personnel development: Germany Marco Nava – March 2011

  5. Company information Total turnover and turnover development 2009: 139 Mio € + 5,3 % Marco Nava – March 2011

  6. Company information TO Strausberg Berlin BO Hannover TO Berlin/Brandenburg Mittenwalde BO Erfurt BO Düsseldorf BO Stuttgart BO Mannheim BO Nürnberg BO Karlsruhe BO Rhein-Main BO Ruhr BO Rostock BO München BO Hamburg Trier TO Bremen TO Regensburg TO Kassel TO Südbaden TO Köln TO Magdeburg TO Bodensee TO Wuppertal TO Kiel TO Leipzig TO Bielefeld TO Münster TO Saarbrücken TO Gießen BO Dresden TO Rosenheim Company information Close to the customer: Germany • Headquarters in Berlin • 2 plants in Germany • 31 branches and technical offices in Germany Marco Nava – March 2011

  7. Company information Export headquarters in Berlin 6 Branch Offices 15 partners worldwide Iceland Sweden Denmark Germany Great Britain The Netherlands Lithuania Latvia Poland Bulgaria Iran Czech Republic Russian Federation Austria China Middle East France Italy Macedonia Hungary Luxembourg Spain Company information Close to the customer: International • 2 Rep. Officesworldwide Switzerland Marco Nava – March 2011

  8. Headquarters in Milan 3 Branch Offices 13 Partners Company information Close to the customer: Italy Marco Nava – March 2011

  9. Renewable energy and energy saving Definition of renewable energy resources: Solar, wind, hydroelectric, geothermal ….. Energy recover from processes, plants, …. and Energy saving in air conditioning and lightening of buildings Starting from the beginning of the 1990’s in Italy: Law 10/91: regulations for (...) a rational use of energy resources, energy saving and development of renewable energy sources Energy saving is a renewable energy resource! The most eco-friendly and cheap energy source is the energy that does not have to be produced as it is not consumed. Marco Nava – March 2011

  10. Renewable energy and energy saving Buildings consume approx. 40 % of the total energy Building automation reduces energy demandsup to 45 % Energy savingsthrough optimized building operation Non-residential buildings 25 % Residential buildings 16 % Transportation 28 % Industry31 % Marco Nava – March 2011

  11. Renewable energy and energy saving EN 15232 – Energy Performance of Buildings: Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management

  12. Outstanding reduction of the total energy demand can be achieved through building automation Building automation prevents unnecessary energy consumption through intelligent regulation of energy consumption & distribution and through plant optimization Renewable energy and energy saving Energy savings: through optimized building operation 100% S a v i n g s P o t e n t i a l 75% 50% 25% 0% Total energy demandup to 12 % Cooling energyup to 45 % Heating energy up to 25 % Lighting up to 60 % Marco Nava – March 2011

  13. Individual room control (room automation) Products and Services building automation Intelligent devices and systemsforenergy efficient, comprehensive building automation Comfort Lightening Occupancy Marco Nava – March 2011

  14. Individual room control (room automation) Products and Services building automation Intelligent devices and systemsforenergy efficient, comprehensive building automation • Automation systems (automation level) Heating Ventilation Air conditioning Electrical plant Metering Marco Nava – March 2011

  15. Individual room control (room automation) Automation systems (automation level) Products and Services building automation Comfort Security Safety Lightening Energy Intelligent devices and systemsforenergy efficient, comprehensive building automation • Building management (management level) Marco Nava – March 2011

  16. Transmitters Sensors Valves Actuators Products and Services Supplementary productsfor energy efficient building operation 1 °C = 6% energy consumption Marco Nava – March 2011

  17. Consulting services System integration Maintenance Products and Services Supplementary services,focused on customer needs Marco Nava – March 2011

  18. Quality Cutting-edge manufacturing technology Certified by DIN EN ISO 9001 "Quality Management" and DIN EN ISO 14001 "Environment Management" Two production sites in Germany: Trier (Rhineland Palatinate) and Mittenwalde(Brandenburg) Top products: Made in Germany Marco Nava – March 2011

  19. Investmentprotection Ethernet/TCP IP Webservicing embedded • Interoperability (Open solutions) • Connectivity • Energy efficiency

  20. Green Building and LEED Certification Home of the German Parliament since 1999 Highest demands for comfort, safety, environmental protection Regulation technology by Kieback&Peter Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, energy generation and distribution (geothermal energy and retention) Reichstag Berlin, Germany "Green Building pilot project" Marco Nava – March 2011

  21. Kieback&Peter strategy Company internationalization Export represents the main potential growing market Italian market represents the third BA market in Europe Marco Nava – March 2011

  22. OEM CHANNEL RETAIL CHANNEL SERVICE CHANNEL HVAC INSTALLERS & VAP CHANNEL SALES ORGANIZATION CONSULTANTS SYSTEM INTEGRATORS WHOLESALERS GEN.CONTRACTORS MANUFACT. INSTALLERS END USERS BA Market (Italy): Customer target groups SYSTEMS SYSTEMS FMS, PFC PRODUCTS ACCESSIBLE MARKET

  23. Thank you! We would like to thank you for your presence andyour interest in Kieback&Peter Contact details: Mr. Marco Nava Kieback&Peter Italia S.r.l. Via G. Mameli, 27 20099 Sesto San Giovanni (MI) – Italy Tel.: +39 02 4968 2811 Fax: +39 02 4968 2821 info@kieback-peter.it www.kieback-peter.it

  24. Thank you for your patience!