Solar Installations - Projected Growth in India

Solar Installations - Projected Growth in India

Presentation to 29th State High Level Clearance Committee chaired by SHRI JAGADISH SHETTAR Honble Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka 2/8/20 Confidential 1 Sagitaur Group Sagitaur Group is an Entrepreneurial driven fast emerging group with interests in in sectors like Green Energy, Telecom, Information Technology and E-Governance. Anthem India Infopoint Pvt. Ltd: Based out of Bhubaneswar, it provides the entire spectrum of egovernance services starting from basic data entry operations to high end software and e-governance applications.

TalentSprint: TalentSprint is a leader in creating skilled and certified professionals for the global industry through fast track SPRINT programs. The current focus is on the Information Technology and Banking sectors. TalentSprints skill development programs are designed by industry experts and backed by international certifications. InKnowTech Pvt. Ltd. is a global IT and network infrastructure and services provider with clientele across almost all major industries and geographies. InKnowTech focus on Business Consulting, IT Services Management, Remote IT Management and Tech Support. 2/8/20 Confidential 2 Sagitaur Solar PV Projects Sagitaur Ventures is currently in the process of rolling out several solar projects in the states of Karnataka, Rajasthan and Orissa. Proposed integrated Solar Park in Karnataka, which has integrated Solar Power Generation along with a small Manufacturing zone.

30 MW Solar PV Project in Rajasthan 10 MW Solar PV in Karnataka under REC Scheme 10 MW Solar PV in Orissa under REC Scheme 2/8/20 Confidential 3 Chairman & CEO of Sagitaur Group Mr. B V Naidu

Mr. Naidu brings over 25 years of rich experience, actively He is very proactive in the industry: engaging with the Industry, Government Departments and Academic Institutions in creating a Techno Economic Eco System in Founding trustee of the Indian Institute of Bangalore. Information Technology (IIIT-Bangalore) Mr. Naidu was Director Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) Bangalore/Hyderabad, Govt. of India. Mr. Naidu has been at the fore front of building the Karnataka / Bangalore IT as a global brand. A seminal role was played by him in the growth of IT Industry in India and facilitated the growth of the software exports from less than $5 million with 13 companies to $ 11.0 billion from more than 1800 companies in Bangalore by 2007. He has Contributed extensively in all major initiatives across the country. Prior to that he was, with Dept of IT, Govt of India and was instrumental in bringing in the first ever E-mail network, and first Internet Node into the country (ERNET)

Mr. Naidu holds a Masters Degree in Electronics (Applied Electronics) from Madras Institute of Technology, and Bachelor's degree in Electronics & Communication, from Andhra University. 2/8/20 Confidential Karnataka Chief Ministers Task Force on IT in 2000 Former Director Karnataka IT fund Former Chairman Indian Semiconductor Association (ISA) Founding Trustee of TiE (The Indus Entrepreneur) Chairman of the Sub committee to write the recommendations for ESDM at National level, which led to the New Electronics Policy that was announced few month back. Vice Chairman of the Karnataka ICT Group

which was set-up by the Chief Minister to strategize the road map for the Karnataka ICT growth for 2020 4 Key Founders & Management Team Manas Patnaik Director: Sagitaur & KEZ Director & Chief strategy officer for Techno Park, Ivory Coast, Africa Chairman of Antham group of companies Member technical, Supreme court of India, responsible for computerization of judiciary Former STPI Director, Bhuvaneshwar & STPI New Delhi Former advisor IT to President of Ivory Coast Vittal Bhat 28 years of experience in software,animation,multiple infrastructure . Held key positions Grasim, IMRglobal, Compudyne Winfosystems, Global E-SoftSys, Radiant and United Telecom He was instrumental in building state of art offshore development centre with a team of 450.

Venkat Ravoori Vice President:Sagitaur 25 years of experience in IT Management covering Business development, Sales support, New Product Introduction, Global IT Delivery & Program Management Held key positions Keane, Apple Computers Inc, Brocade Communication Diverse background in Education, Manufacturing, Financial Services (Banking), Telecommunications, Technology, Transportation and Pharmaceutical industries 2/8/20 Confidential 5 Karnataka Solar Park 2/8/20 Confidential

6 Solar Installations Projected Growth in India 2/8/20 Confidential 7 Solar Installations Current Grid Connected 2/8/20 Confidential 8 Solar Parks Worldwide

There are many huge solar parks across the globe and these have been successful. The largest photovoltaic power plants are as follows Golmud Solar Park (China, 200 MW) The park is located in Golmud, Qinghai Province, China. With an installed capacity of 200MW it was the largest solar park at the time of commissioning in October 2011. It is owned by the Huanghe Hydropower a subsidiary of China Power Investment Corporation and was completed by Yingli. Perovo Solar Park (Ukraine, 100MW) The park is located at Perovo, Crimea, Ukraine. It is owned and completed by Activ Solar in December 2011. Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant (Canada, 97 MW) The park is located near Sarnia, Ontario in Canada. At the time of completion in September 2010 it was the worlds largest photovoltaic plant. Enbridge owns the plant; it was completed and is been operated by First Solar under a long-term contract for Enbridge.

2/8/20 Confidential 9 Solar Parks India Gujarat Solar Park (Charanka, 214 MW) Presently the largest Solar Park in the world, the Gujarat Solar Park in Charanka, Patan in the northern Gujarat is built on a 2000 ha plot. It includes 17 different projects by different developers. A part of it was commissioned on April 2012 under the Gujarat state policy. Rajasthan Solar Processing Zone 100+ MW Solar project at Ramdevra. Sagitaurs Proposed Karnataka Solar Park 250 MW Solar project at Challekere to be built on 1200 Acres of land.

2/8/20 Confidential 10 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park A Group Captive Solar Park for SMEs Relevance to SMEs: Currently Power Generation is limited to large industry houses and doesnt provide opportunity to SMEs Solar PV power Generation can provide the opportunities to SMEs since it is scalable in 1 MW blocks and based on the capability of SME any size can be created from 1 MW to larger size In spite of Modular advantage of the PV technology, SMEs could not penetrate due to the bidding process coupled with high Bank Guarantees, EMD. Because of these huge barriers, solar PV has been limited to large industry groups 2/8/20

Confidential 11 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park A Group Captive Solar Park for SMEs The Proposal: Sagitaur proposed to develop a Karnataka Solar Park which will be an integrated solar park having Solar PV Power Generation along with small Manufacturing zone focusing on the SMEs to create more entrepreneurs in this sector Sagitaur proposed to develop the Solar Park as a Group Captive Solar park for SME in 1200 Acres of land. The SMEs can enjoy economies of scale of 250 MW, while participating in 1 MW and above in blocks not exceeding 3 MW and 5 MW power projects. Sagitaur intends to bring down the Capital Cost per MW by 10-15% because of the shared common infrastructure, which is good for SMEs Sagitaur will develop this Solar park to support 40 60 SMEs participation

in Solar power generation, which will otherwise be difficult for SMEs to participate in because of the huge EMDs/BG in normal bid process 2/8/20 Confidential 12 Karnataka Solar Park : The Offerings 2/8/20 Confidential 13 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park High Level financials The project now aims to develop the 1100 acres of land at Challakere with pooling substation, power

evacuation lines to the nearest grid sub-station , all other common infrastructure, proper fencing, compound wall, internal roads, access roads. The above infrastructure can cater to a generation of 250 MW of power generation. The total project cost is given below: Total Project Cost (Rs. In Crores) Cost for Solar Park Development l : 58.00 Cost for 25MW Solar PV Plant : 190.00 Total Project Cost : 248.00 Project Cost for Solar Park Development (Rs. In Crores) Land & Site Development l : 18.00 Electrical Transformers, Switch Yard & Sub station : 22.00 Fencing and Compound Wall : 6.00 Electronic Monitoring Systems : 2.00 Grid Connectivity Cost : 10.00 Total : 58.00 Means of Finance: Debt-Equity Ratio = 80:20 Debt = 197.00 Crores 2/8/20 Equity = 49.00 Crores

Confidential 14 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park Key Advantages for SMEs: Size of 250 MW will drive the motivation for many of the partners: Reduced Capex because of the economies of scale. Availability of the Worlds best Technology/EPC partner. Single Point for contact for financial needs Equity and Debt Investment Complete Plug and Play with all the approvals including Power Purchase

Agreement (PPA) Support of Multilateral agencies 2/8/20 Confidential 15 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park Economic Advantages Economic Advantages: Sagitaur plans to develop up to 250 MW solar power plants on 1200 acres which will improve Power availability This will improve the current acute power shortage in the state and the country. This improves economic development by impacting manufacturing and other services Employment Generation Sagitaur estimates the Group Captive park to result in generating employment for 6000 to 8000 persons

Cost of power generation Sagitaur estimates the cost of generating power will reduce by 10% to 15% due to shared infrastructure facilities provided by the Park Manufacturing Sagitaurs partnership will encourage and establish local manufacturing of components required to address the solar plant construction and maintenance which will bring down the cost of power production 2/8/20 Confidential 16 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park Key ingredients for Successful implementation Execution Expertise: It is headed by Stanford Phd, former CTO of Nvidia, former CEO of Sukam. Executed more than 70 MW Project in the country.

Excellent Execution Track record. PPA & Strategic Partnership: Partnership with PTC for Anchor PPA as well for long term participation. ( Promoted by PSUs, PTC has 30000 MW of Power PPAs with 60% market share, now promoting Green Energy thorough Bundled power ) We have signed an MOU with PTC too provide a PPA for 25 MW & A letter of interest for participating in Group Captive Solar Park for full 250 MW 2/8/20 Confidential 17 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park Key ingredients for Successful implementation Investment Partnership Cirus Solar An Engineering, Procurement and Construction company which specializes in building Solar Plants

We have signed an MOU with Cirus Solar for 85% investment for all 250 MW of the projects in Solar Park OPDE Corp An Spain based Engineering, Procurement and Construction company which specializes in building Solar Plants with more than 150MW in operation We are in the process of signing an MOU with OPDE Corp to meet the commitment for the Group Captive Solar Park 2/8/20 Confidential 18 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park Key ingredients for Successful implementation Technology Partnership AU Optronics Corp An $ 12 Billion Taiwan based Semi-conductor industry giant which will provide an end to end technology components & solution for solar

power plants. We intend to encourage this relationship to set up manufacturing locally to support the Solar park and other domestic solar installations/developments We have signed an MOU with AU Optronics Corporation to meet the commitment for the Group Captive Solar Park Willing to bring the investment from Japanese Multilateral agency for 250 MW Canadian Solar - An NASDAQ listed Semi-conductor industry leader which will provide an technology components & solution for solar power plants. We intend to encourage this relationship to set up manufacturing locally to support the Solar park and other domestic solar installations/developments We are in the process of signing an MOU with Canadian Solar to meet the commitment for the Group Captive Solar Park 2/8/20 Confidential 19 Karnataka Solar Park Location Karnataka Solar Park will be located in Challekere. This is in

Chitradurga district in the northeastern part of Karnataka. 2/8/20 Confidential 20 Karnataka Solar Park Location 2/8/20 Confidential 21 Karnataka Solar Park Karnataka Solar Park A Group Captive Solar Park for SMEs Advantages of the site for the Group Captive Solar park:

Land with good exposure to Solar Radiation at par with western part of Gujarat & Rajasthan. An innovative method to reduce the Project Cost of the Solar Power Generation, thereby reducing the unit cost of solar energy The site has good wind availability which encourages development of a wind and solar combined power plant construction Connectivity to grid is convenient and cost efficient due to proximity of a 400KVA sub-station at a distance of 6 KMs from the site 2/8/20 Confidential 22 Thank You ! 2/8/20 Confidential

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