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OCEAN POWER TECH : OPTT / Rodman and Renshaw

sasane
22 nov. 200910:34


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Compan yOverview

Operating locations:

Pennington, NJ, USA and Warwick, UK

Total number of employees:

60

Commenced active operations:

1994

Incorporation:

Delaware, USA

Revenues:

$4.1 million (fiscal year ended 30 April 2009)

Cash balances:

$80.0 million (as of 31 July 2009)

Nature of business:

Sale of turnkey wave power stations and custom wave
power applications, plus related maintenance contracts

Public Listings:

Nasdaq (symbol: OPTT)

London Stock Exchange’s AIM (symbol: OPT)

Largest Shareholdings:

Fidelity Funds, TIAA-CREF, George W. Taylor (founder)




OPT Wave Power Station



Individual PowerBuoy and Undersea Substation

Cables from
other
PowerBuoysUnder Sea
SubstationPod (USP)
FloatSparHeave PlateSea FloorCable to
Shore

Wave Energy Near Population Centers

2TW of energy, the equivalent of twice the world’s electricity production, could be
harvested from the world’s oceans (World Energy Council)
Attractive Wave Energy LevelsCurrent OPT Focus

Wave Energy and the Advantages of OPT’s Systems

Wave energy is the most concentrated form of renewable energy:
..Widespread throughout the U.S., U.K., Europe & other parts of the world
..Close to population centers
..Predictable & dependable, and can be fed into the power grid or stored
..Relatively small “footprint”–an OPT wave power station requires only one-tenth the
area of windUsing OPT’s PowerBuoy®technology to convert wave energy to electrical
energy has several advantages:
..Load factor of 30-45% versus solar and wind load factors of 10%-35%
..Environmentally benign & non-polluting
..No exhaust gases, no noise, minimal visibility from shore, safe for sealife
..Scalable to high capacity power stations (100MW+)

..Sell turn-key power stations and O&M contracts *
..“Smart part”built at OPT’s facilities; outsource steel fabrication and balance of plant *
..Maximize customer funding of technology development *
..Increase utility PowerBuoy system output from 150kW to 500kW andgrow production
volumes to improve economics
..Increase revenue streams from autonomous PowerBuoy systems
..Concentrate on North America, Europe, Australia, Japan
..Focus on customer relationships which expand commercial acceptance


Business Strategy

*Serves to reduce on-going capital needs


..PowerBuoy is based on ocean-going buoys, primarily below the ocean surface
..Extensive in-ocean experience, including successfully withstanding hurricanesand
winter storms –insured by Lloyds since 1999
..Electronic “tuning”capability to optimize power output in changing wave conditions
..Flexibility of core technology, which is scaleable for differentpower applications
..Certified grid connection system
..Independent environmental assessment resulted in “Finding of No Significant Impact”
..Strong partners (US Navy, Iberdrola, Scottish Government, PNGC Power, US
Department of Energy)
..Strong capital base


Competitive Advantages


Standard PowerBuoy Manufacturing Process

..Buoy fabricated near coastal site
..Power take-off and control system
(“smart-part”) built in New Jersey
..Integration and test of completed
PowerBuoys at dockside near coastal
site


PowerBuoy at Fabrication Site

Power Take-Off & Control System

PowerBuoy Deployment Process



World-Class Supply Network

SPAR & FLOAT

CONNECTOR CABLING &
CONNECTORSUNDERWATER POWER
CABLE TO SHOREPOD EQUIPMENTTRANSFORMERSWITCH GEARANCHORINGAker Marine(Australia and Europe)
and Vryhof (Netherlands).
Sea Bed

Multiple Market Opportunities

Other Opportunities
..Hydrogen Production..Aquaculture
..Water Treatment and Desalination..Oceanography
Large Primary Market for Utility PowerBuoys
..Grid-Connected Power Stations for Utilities and IPPs -$150 Billion worldwide market
Applications for Autonomous PowerBuoys
..$10 Billion estimated worldwide market

OPT -Competitive with Other Energy Sources

Renewables Fossil Fuel
OPT Wave
Power (a)
Solar
PV
Solar
Thermal Biomass Wind (b) Natural Gas Coal
Capital Cost
$ million per MW $3.9 $7.2 – 10.4 $4.3 – 5.9 $2.9 – 3.9 $1.5 – 3.1 $0.6 – 1.0 $1.5 – 2.0
Energy Cost
¢ per kWh 15¢ 50 - 134¢ 24 - 34¢ 14 - 20¢ 8 – 16¢ 4 - 7¢ 4 - 7¢
(a)Company projected costs based on production levels of 400 PowerBuoys per year(b)Includes offshore and onshore windAdditional prospective benefits can be derived from:
•Tax Credit monetization –e.g. US Production and Investment Tax Credits, Oregon Energy Tax Credit•Green tags, renewable obligation certificates, carbon credits•Grants, subsidies, tariffs –e.g. UK Marine Renewables Deployment Fund, Portugal feed-in tariffsSources: IEA 2005, “Project Costs of Generating Electricity”(note: Wind low-high range reflects on-shore and off-shore generation), Ernst & Young 2007
“Impact of banding the Renewables Obligation –Costs of electricity production”, P.yry 2007 “Compliance costs for meeting the 20% Renewable Energy
Target in 2020”, (note: exchange rates used, £/$ =1.6 and €/$ = 1.4)

Global Contracts, Partners and Future Projects

Phase: DemonstrationCapacity: 0.1-1MWPB40 & PB150US NavyMarine Corps BaseOahu, HawaiiOregonPNGC and Dept. of EnergyReedsport, ORCoos Bay, ORPhase: DevelopmentCapacity: 1.5-50MW (Reedsport)
Capacity: 100MW (Coos Bay)
PB150 & PB500
Phase: DemonstrationCapacity: 40kWPB40State of New JerseyAtlantic City, NJScotlandEMEC/Scottish GovtOrkney, ScotlandPhase: ManufactureCapacity: 0.15-2MWPB150 & PB500
EnglandWave HubCornwall, UKPhase: DevelopmentCapacity: 5MWPB150 & PB500SpainIberdrola and TotalSanto.a, SpainPhase: DeploymentCapacity: 1.4MWPB40 & PB150AustraliaGriffin EnergyWest CoastPhase: DevelopmentCapacity: Utility ScalePB150 & PB500AustraliaLeighton ContractorsEast and South CoastsPhase: DevelopmentCapacity: Utility ScalePB150 & PB500

Ongoing Marketing Initiatives

..Target sales price in production volumes is $4 million/MW,
initially higher


Australasia20-35 MWJapan1-5 MWEurope30-140 MWNorth America30-150 MW

Commercial Status

Moving toward project finance “bankability”–

..Strong partners in place and growing (US Navy, Iberdrola, Lockheed Martin,
Scottish Government, PNGC Power, US DoE)
..Independent certification of grid connection system as compliantwith international
standards
..Independent environmental assessment resulted in “Finding of No Significant
Impact”
..Lloyds-insured since 1999
..Extensive in-ocean experience over 10 years, with storm wave survivability
..International supply chain in place and growing
..First contract for O&M services sold to Iberdrola
..Performance and warranty provisions established under contract with Iberdrola
..Driving to reduce unit costs by building order pipeline and increasing power
output per buoy



Appendix

Recent PowerBuoy Technology Advancements


PowerBuoy Deployment for US Navy –New Jersey



PB150 PowerBuoy System

..PB150 being manufactured; ready for installation at EMEC by end 2009
..Progressing 3rd-Party Certification for structure and mooring system


Text Box: PB150 Power Take-Off System, Warwick, UKText Box: PB150 PowerBuoy
Undersea Substation Pod (USP)

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PowerBuoys

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