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									         World Bank InfoDev Update
“Clean, Green and Mobile: Making Technology
             Work for the Poor”
                June 9, 2010
              www.EandCo.net
           Clean Energy
   A World With, A World Without
      1.8 billion          1.6 billion
Estimated number of   Estimated number of
     Internet users   people lacking access to
     world-wide             electricity
                              IEA 2008
     WSJ June 2010
                             E+Co
• Mission: To positively impact
  climate change and reduce
  poverty through investment in
  small and growing clean energy
  enterprises

• Investments in more than 200
  enterprises in 21 developing
  countries, Africa, Asia and Latin
  America

• 8 offices, 75% staff field based

• “Market-based and
  Entrepreneur–centric”
Why Clean Energy?
             Climate




 Security              Poverty




            Energy

 Water                 Innovation




             Health
           Tackling the Problem
             Filling a Market Gap




                                      Clean
Services            Capital          Energy
                                    Business
              Why This Model?
 Entrepreneur = best to assess local market
  opportunities

 Small/Growing Businesses = key drivers to
  economic growth
   Customer driven, not donor driven
   Satisfy customer needs = Economic Growth
           E+Co Triple Bottom Line Returns
Social                                     Environmental            Financial


Access to Clean Energy                     Carbon Dioxide Reduced   Capital Invested
           6.2M                                   4.6M tons                   $40M

Entrepreneurs Trained                      Firewood/Charcoal        Capital Mobilized
        > 1,000                            Displaced                         $253M
                                                   1.1M tons

Income Generated                           Decreased Oil            Portfolio Return
         $7M                               Consumption                        8.7%*
                                               910,000 barrels

Cumulative 1998-2000



*After write-offs and before operating expenses
           Technology for the BOP
• E+Co is “Technology
  Neutral”
  – Enterprises provide
    products that are
    available, affordable and
    appropriate
  – Find innovative solutions
    for their markets
     • Solar lanterns with cell-
       phone chargers
          Zara Solar, Tanzania
   Entrepreneur: Mohammed Parpia
In 2006, E+Co provided a
$200,000 loan to Mohammed
Parpia to launch Zara Solar.



                               Mwanza, Tanzania has a very
                               low 5.9% electrification rate
                               with no plans for national grid
                               extension. Zara Solar now
                               serves over 20,000 households
                               in six regions.
        Toyola Energy Ltd., Ghana
 Entrepreneurs: Suraj Wahab, Ernest Kyei
• Energy Efficient Cook Stove
  Manufacturer/Distributor
   – Use charcoal that is 40% more
     energy efficient
   – Stoves made of scrap metal
   – “Evangelists” as sales agents
   – Now selling lanterns to replace
     kerosene
   – Carbon offset monetization
     returning monies back to region
                E+Co and Technology
                  Carbon Finance
• Projecting completion of Gold Standard
  Verification process by 2nd Quarter 2010
   – 2nd and 3rd cook stove projects to
      receive Gold Standard
• Focus on energy efficient cook stoves
   – Toyola Ghana
   – Katene Mali
• Goldman Sachs to monetize carbon
  offsets
   – Cook stove manufacturers to receive
      share
• E+Co work profiled in Newsweek article
  December 2009
             E+Co and Technology
             Mobile Sales Tracking
                  100s of salesman
                     nationwide




             Toyola web-based project
             database:
             - End user contact info                Training Toyola staff on how to
             - Stove serial numbers                    record sales using SMS
             (avoid double counting)
             - Toyola stock data (supply
             chain management)




  Toyola               E+Co                Carbon Finance
Management              Staff                 Auditors
 Example Record Structure
  Data Source          Information Recorded

                          Point of Sale:




                                                   Records Linked by Unique Stove Serial Number
 SMS (Text
 Messges)          user name, location, mobile #


                       Follow-up Monitoring:
                   kitchen surveys, performance
                    tests, health questionnaires


                   Multiple records possible per
                               stove

Electronic Forms

                       In-situ Performance:
 Sensors           stove use, personal exposure
                  E+Co and Technology
                  Invisible Schoolhouse
Online Distance Learning
• Energy.invisibleschoolhouse.net
• Draws on materials on USAID
  Energy Wikispace
   – Energyaccess.wikispaces.com
• Facilitates learning at user’s pace
• Multiple “classrooms”
    – Energy Enterprise, Climate Change,
      Solar PV, Carbon Finance
• Will include long-distance
  mentoring
• Start online, move to mobile
  learning
• Log in as guest/password:
  entrepreneur2010
                     E+Co
                The Way Forward
• Business Plan under
  development to
  establish For-Profit
  Funds to aggregate
  capital
• Invest $80-$100 million
  by 2014
• ~8-10 million
  additional people
  served
• 10 million tons of
  carbon offset annually
                 Thank you
   Anne Murray
Senior Development
        Officer
       E+Co
 www.EandCo.net

								
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