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Published on January 24, 2008

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World Energy Analysis WinterGreen Research :  World Energy Analysis WinterGreen Research Thin Film Battery Solar Wind Nuclear Stationary Fuel Cell WinterGreen Research:  WinterGreen Research www.wintergreenresearch.com Lexington, Massachusetts Susan Eustis [email protected] 781 863 5078 Dr. Susie Eustis [email protected] 617 470 8066 World Energy Study Market Shifts: Wind and Solar Micro Generation Of Energy Stored in Thin Film Batteries :  World Energy Study Market Shifts: Wind and Solar Micro Generation Of Energy Stored in Thin Film Batteries By: Susan Eustis President WinterGreen Research Research in communications and computer markets and applications. Holds several patents in micro-computing, voting, and parallel processing. Author of 300 market research studies of telecommunication, computer, software, security, and energy. ROI Tool To Access Mainframes By: Dr. Susie Eustis PhD Georgia Tech Physical Chemistry Specialty in Gold Nanotechnology Research Positions Held Include Ph. D. research with Dr. Mostafa A. El-Sayed 2002-2006, focused on photochemistry, and optical properties of gold and silver nanoparticles Ph. D. research with Dr. L.A. Lyon 2000-2002, focused on assembly of soft colloidal nanoparticles Papers include “Why gold nanoparticles are more precious than gold” World Energy Market Shifts:  World Energy Market Shifts Micro generation of energy works because new thin film battery storage technology is 40 times more efficient than existing batteries Wind and solar energy can be stored in thin film batteries Wind is a mature energy technology Large advances in wind and solar technology efficiency have occurred in the last 5 years It has never before been feasible to store renewable energy Thin film battery products are solid state technology Transportation represents 30% of existing energy consumption Thin film batteries can store power that is used in an electric car Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Micro Generation Of Energy ::  Micro Generation Of Energy : The richest man in China runs a solar energy company: solar and wind energy are efficient now Homes can have a second renewable energy system that provides energy for everything, including transportation Solar and wind systems can use direct current (DC) This is different from conventional wisdom that has us converting solar energy to AC This is different from conventional wisdom that has us sending energy from the home as AC onto the grid Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Renewable Energy Does Exist -- Wind and Solar are Commercialized:  Renewable Energy Does Exist -- Wind and Solar are Commercialized We have had windmills on US farmland for over a hundred years Solar Energy Becoming Efficient:  Solar Energy Becoming Efficient Solar Panels Work Everywhere Thin Film Battery Technology Is In Use In Cameras and PCs:  Thin Film Battery Technology Is In Use In Cameras and PCs Emerging Technology Showing Enormous Potential Combination is New:  Combination is New What is new is the combination of renewable energy from wind, solar with storage on thin film batteries DC storage technology implements ability to use local energy generation capability Transportation gains the most from ability to use renewable energy that charges batteries to drive cars Homes use LED lights, DC electronics, and battery powered appliances: Appliances developed for boats and cabins become useful in the home Thin Film Batteries Depend on Evolution of Nanotechnology:  Thin Film Batteries Depend on Evolution of Nanotechnology Thin film batteries need more input from NIST, NSF, and DOE research labs Research needs to be funded Autos that run on thin film batteries are much more viable than those running on fuel cells which cost over $1 million Fuel cells not viable for many applications because of explosive nature of hydrogen Hydrogen very expensive to manufacture Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Nanotechnology Needs Research Funding Now:  Nanotechnology Needs Research Funding Now World energy markets are moving in the direction of renewable energy NIST, NSF, and DOE research laboratories are still doing fundamental scientific research to enable commercialization of renewable energy systems Nanotechnology research is ongoing worldwide Other countries gain major long term market advantage if US does not fund nanotechnology now Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Nanotechnology Drives Thin Film Battery Technology:  Nanotechnology Drives Thin Film Battery Technology Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Thin Films Provide Efficient and Convenient Battery Storage:  Thin Films Provide Efficient and Convenient Battery Storage Shift in paradigm similar to when vacuum tubes were replaced by integrated circuits Batteries can be manufactured on a silicon wafer As production volume increases, cost per battery will continue to decrease Small-scale manufacturing processes can produce a "plate" of 81 thin-film batteries. Each battery measures about 0.43″ across and 0.49″ deep. Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Renewable Energy Stored In Thin Film Batteries:  Renewable Energy Stored In Thin Film Batteries Windmills 100 years ago were limited Now, Technology Offers an Opportunity To Store Renewable Energy Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. 2007: Thin Film Batteries = New Storage Technology:  2007: Thin Film Batteries = New Storage Technology Thin-film batteries come in packages that allow flexibility. Batteries power RFID tags, medical sensors, and other low-power devices. They are being adapted to the automotive market. They are used in cameras, video players, and computers. Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Layer Deposition Research Needed For Thin Film Battery Process:  Layer Deposition Research Needed For Thin Film Battery Process Tripling of funding will result in significantly more viable thin-film battery products within a year U.S. cannot afford to fall behind the rest of the world in next generation energy production Largest impact in transportation sector, resulting in 40% decrease in cost, plus environmental benefits Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Packaging Thin Film Batteries In a Standard Integrated Circuit Package :  Packaging Thin Film Batteries In a Standard Integrated Circuit Package DC power used to run LED lights Packaging creates density and provides efficient small systems Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Nanotechnology Represents The Way to Solve the Energy Problem Immediately:  Nanotechnology Represents The Way to Solve the Energy Problem Immediately Wind generators are small and work for residential energy capture Solar panels are ready for commercialization now Both these technologies depend on more nanotechnology research Systems already work and are efficient, but commercialization needs better technology to scale efficiently Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. DC and AC Co-Exist As Separate Energy Systems:  DC and AC Co-Exist As Separate Energy Systems Grid power will continue to be significant as AC power DC power from batteries gives energy to our home and car Grid power supplements DC power DC power is used to run lights, cars, and electronics Until now renewable energy has been seen as a way to feed back into the AC system, this is flawed vision because of inefficiency and loss Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Thin Film Batteries Can Be Used In A Car:  Thin Film Batteries Can Be Used In A Car Valence Technology Auto Using Thin Film Battery Valence Technology Thin Film Auto Battery :  Valence Technology Thin Film Auto Battery Charging systems can be developed that permit plugging into a thin film battery located at home or work Transportation Utilizes 30% of World Energy Consumption:  Transportation Utilizes 30% of World Energy Consumption Transportation accounts for major improvement possible in energy utilization Suzuki Fuel Cell Power Wheelchair Thin Film batteries charged in residence and used in personal vehicle Personal vehicle systems complement existing transportation fuels Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Renewable Energy Accounts for 55.3% of World Energy by 2018:  Renewable Energy Accounts for 55.3% of World Energy by 2018 Energy Sources in 2006:  Energy Sources in 2006 Wind and Solar Become More Significant By 2013:  Wind and Solar Become More Significant By 2013 Micro Power Generation Supplements the Grid:  Micro Power Generation Supplements the Grid Wind Air-conditioning Furnace The energy market imperative is to use the grid to create structure that services depend on. The grid provides interconnection of large numbers of people. A solar or wind generator operates independent of the grid system and is a combination of an independent residential energy source and thin film battery. Grid Battery Computer Lights Grid provides continuous power Solar Independent Power generation Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Nuclear At 16% of World Energy Supply Going to 21% By 2013:  Nuclear At 16% of World Energy Supply Going to 21% By 2013 Nuclear Power Uranium Production Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Stationary Fuel Cell :  Stationary Fuel Cell Stationary Fuel Cells Are Anticipated to Be Used in Industrial and Campus Commercial Environments Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Stationary Fuel Cell Used in Campus Environments:  Stationary Fuel Cell Used in Campus Environments Bldg 4 Stationary Fuel Cell Bldg 2 Main Building Access Bldg 3 General Motors fuel cell trailer is in place at the Dow Chemical Company plant in Freeport, TX, helping to power one of the world's largest chemical plants Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Coal Gasification Results in Combustion Harmful to Humans:  Coal Gasification Results in Combustion Harmful to Humans Combustion process of coal releases carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, causing climatic warming in the earth's atmosphere Combustion of coal is source of sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides Coal combustion process is harmful to humans and mostly responsible for acid rain By-products of coal combustion contain naturally occurring radioactive materials--mainly, uranium and thorium. Mega Coal Plants:  Mega Coal Plants It makes absolutely no sense for the U.S. utility industry or any country worldwide to put up huge coal burning plants States spend billions of dollars to protect the environment; coal burning wrecks the environment Coal burning plants are a major source of mercury, a heavy metal toxin, causing serious problems for people 1,960 mega-watt coal-powered facilities: The wrong power plants In the wrong places At the wrong time Alliances for Clean Energy:  Alliances for Clean Energy People want clean energy Environmental protection is a primary health issue Global warming a significant issue Climatic changes a serious issue People do not want mega coal plants Local homeowners team up with clean energy advocates to defeat proposals to build a mega coal power plants in localities Expected increases in mercury a concern Expected increases in global warming pollution a concern Voters have expressed desire to have politicians consider cleaner alternatives of renewable energy sources, energy efficiency, and batteries Voters want micro generation of energy Summary -- Micro Generation Of Energy::  Summary -- Micro Generation Of Energy: Solar Wind Stored in thin film batteries The future is now Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Appendix A:  Appendix A Following are background slides about WinterGreen Research and a thin film battery technology drill down WGR Worldwide Market Presence:  WGR Worldwide Market Presence 35 Distributors Worldwide Thompson Financial Dialog Global Information GII MarketResearch.com ResearchandMarkets.com Electronics.ca ROI Tool -- Summary Page with Drill Down Hyperlinks:  ROI Tool -- Summary Page with Drill Down Hyperlinks Slide37:  Product Benefits Product Features Described In Numbers TCO Costs and Value Business Models Provide ROI Cost Analysis : SLA, EAI, Security, Scalalability, Hardware, Software, Labor, Networking, Infrastructure, Power, Floor Space, Training, Stack Integration, Market Research / ROI for Software Products:  Market Research / ROI for Software Products OS Middleware Application Security Identity AAA Radius Real Time Video Web Services Messaging Wrappers Biometrics Linux Wireless Music / Radio Search Video Web Services SOA / XML Content Management PKI ROI / Market Research for Communication and Server Equipment:  ROI / Market Research for Communication and Server Equipment Switches Routers Servers Blades Digital Loop Carriers DWDM DSL / Fiber Wireless Wireline Cable WiMAX Edge Equipment Video Satellite Audio Market Research / ROI for Infrastructure:  Market Research / ROI for Infrastructure IP Internet Based Cable Infrastructure Wireline Sonet Infrastructure Wireless 2.5 G, 3G, and 4G Infrastructure Wireless Data and Voice WiFi and WiMAX Grid Generating Equipment Stationary Fuel Cells Wind and Solar Generators Market Research / ROI for Technology Products:  Market Research / ROI for Technology Products Nanotechnology Optical Modulators Campus Generators Micro Generators Fuel Cell Components Micro Fuel Cell Stationary Fuel Cell Thin Film Batteries Wind Energy Generators Off Grid Systems Solar Energy Cells Lithium Ion Solid State Battery Technology Drill Down:  Lithium Ion Solid State Battery Technology Drill Down Deposition rates are low because pushing for a more rapid rate of film growth would sacrifice the film uniformity and quality. This production problem is reduced when larger sputter sources are employed. The final cell layer, the lithium anode, is deposited by thermal evaporation under vacuum. Thin film solid-state batteries are possible because the lithium ion that is implemented as a liquid electrolyte in traditional batteries is replaced with a solid form of the chemical. Thin film solid-state batteries are constructed by depositing the components of the battery as thin films (less than 5μm) on a substrate. WinterGreen Research Primary Research :  WinterGreen Research Primary Research Accurate Forecasts Based on Primary Research Complex Analysis of Market Growth Factors Proprietary Technology Emphasis On Good Numbers Emphasis On Verifying Research First With SOA Cell Based Computing Definitions Selected Members of WGR Team That Worked on This Study:  Selected Members of WGR Team That Worked on This Study Sven Larson Augustus Eustis Meaghan Murphy Chris Nelson Larry Sweitzer Adam Garland Andrew Sciaretta WinterGreen Research World Energy Analysis:  WinterGreen Research World Energy Analysis WinterGreen Research, 6 Raymond Street Lexington, Massachusetts www.wintergreenresearch.com www.wintergreenroi.com Susan Eustis 781 863 5078 Susie Eustis 617 470 8066

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