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A New Paradigm of Energy Efficiency,

Energy Recovery and Financial Benefits

for the Heating and Cooling Marketplace

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  • Incorporated March 4, 2008.

  • Bringing established technology to the North American market.

    • The Captive Energy product line.

  • Provides air conditioning, space heating, and domestic hot water through heat recovery.

  • Working together with IMW Industries to manufacture our technology


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  • We are introducing technology to the North American market place – a new product line of energy efficiency equipment for the heating and air-conditioning world.

  • We offer technology that significantly improves industrial process efficiency, reduce costs, while maintaining the integrity of the surrounding environment.

  • Our products deliver dramatic, defensible improvements to the profitability of the major products and consumers of energy.


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  • A paradigm shift in methodology regarding energy conservation technology for the heating and cooling industry.

  • Ground breaking technology that is disruptive to legacy heating and cooling systems.

  • Integrated heating and cooling design architecture enables one function such as heating to be provided as a no-cost by-product while the other function (cooling) operates with high efficiency.

  • Significant reductions in capital expenditures compared to legacy equipment (boilers and chillers). This is further met with significant reductions in direct energy and operating costs compared to legacy equipment.

  • Scaleable design allowing for wide uses within the commercial, industrial and residential markets employing high quality construction with fully certified parts and sub-systems.


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The Conventional Chiller System


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Schematic Of The Conventional Boiler


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  • Millions of BTUs of heat are rejected through cooling towers of a water cooled Chiller system, while millions of BTU’s of fossil fuels are burned in a boiler to generate heat.

  • A hotel running a 400-ton Chiller continuously, will generate 50 billion BTU’s of heat each year.

  • Reclaiming this heat and using it to heat the building or the domestic hot water turns an unused resource into a valuable one.

  • Boilers are limited in the level of efficiency they can achieve. The major loss in a boiler is the loss of heat up the flue.

  • CO2 emissions are a major concern.


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What is Heat Recovery?

  • DEFINITION: Heat Recovery captures waste heat energy and reuses it by returning it to systems or processes.

  • The heat extracted by the chillers is waste heat because it is warm but not hot enough to be used

  • Heat recovery uses a small amount of electrical energy to extract heat from the warm waste water and move it to useful hot water

  • Heat recovery systems are an ideal application where the use of air-conditioning and hot water are required simultaneously.


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Why Heat Recovery?

  • Heat recovery taps a readily available and inexpensive energy source. As today’s buildings work to reduce costs and increase energy efficiency, the use of condenser water as a heating resource is rarely exploited.

  • A boiler releases the energy stored in the fossil fuel, at best 100% of the energy would end up in the hot water but some heat is always lost in the flue gases.

  • Instead heat recovery uses a small fraction of the energy required by the boiler to move existing heat to a higher temperature where it is useful.

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Heat Recovery Water Heaters

  • Designed to use waste heat created from simultaneous cooling loads to satisfy heating loads in a building

  • Hot condenser water is used as the heat source

  • Waste heat energy can be used to satisfy a building’s potable water heating or space heating loads up to 140°F

  • Energy is captured, therefore greatly reducing or eliminating the fossil fuel consumption of the boiler

  • This unit is suitable for new installations and as additions to buildings with existing water-cooled water chillers

  • COPH up to 6.0:1 (Heating Coefficient of Performance) as a stand alone unit. If used in conjunction with other recovery methods, this may increase the COPH up to 10.0:1

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Water Cooled Chiller with Heat Recovery

  • Uniquely designed to supply both requirements of chilled water and hot water

  • Removes heat from a water source and transfers it to a space heating water loop or to portable water with water temperatures up to 140°F

  • Capturing waste heat can eliminate the need for additional heat supplied by burning fossil fuels in a boiler

  • Can be designed with a single or dual condenser depending on the application

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    Water Cooled Chiller with Heat Recovery Single Condenser

    • No cooling condenser required

    • All heat goes into the heat recovery condenser

    • Can be designed to meet 100% of the heating load

    • Cooling amount uncontrolled; other dedicated chillers will match the building load

    • Combined COPHR up to 7.5:1 (heating plus cooling Coefficient of Performance)

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    Water Cooled Chiller with Heat Recovery Dual Condenser

    • Chilling load controlled to match building load

    • Heating load divided between heat recovery condenser and cooling condenser to match building load

    • Can be designed to supply free hot water with heat recovery capacity up to 30% of chilling capacity, in a pre-heating application

      • Combined COPHR up to 7.0:1 (heating plus cooling Coefficient of Performance)

    • Can be designed to recover 100% of the heating load

      • Combined COPHR up to 7.5:1 (heating plus cooling Coefficient of Performance)

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    Water Cooled Chiller with Heat Recovery Dual Condenser

    • Units can operate primarily as either a water chiller or as a heat recovery unit

    • Operator is able to change the current operating mode at any time to best suit the current demands

    • When operating as a water chiller the cooling load will be satisfied and heat recovery occurs with minimal additional power consumption

    • When operating as a heat recovery unit the full heating load will be satisfied with some additional compressor power, however the savings in fossil fuel costs more than offset the cost of additional electrical power to run the compressor

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    Water Cooled Chillers

    • Designed to remove heat from a building’s chilled water loop and provide space temperature (air) conditioning or dehumidification

    • Heat is transferred to the single water-cooled condenser during the refrigeration cycle and then rejected to the cooling loop

    • A building’s cooling loop typically rejects heat to the ambient air through a rooftop cooling tower

    • COPR up to 5.0:1 (Chilling Coefficient of Performance)

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    • Given rising energy costs and increased environmental concerns, there has been a real transition in the market towards “green buildings”. Green buildings focus on resource efficiency, lifecycle effects and building performance. Smart technologies which are geared towards reducing lifetime maintenance costs and overall life cycle costs are a key part of the green building initiative.

    • Buildings with energy efficient equipment have increased sales values due to lower operating margins and higher CAP rates.

    • According to industry experts, efficiently recycling waste energy could reduce carbon dioxide emissions from service water heating by 10%-20% and provide savings of up to US$70 billion.


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    • HVAC market forecast to grow at 3.2% per year to reach US$16.8 billion in 2011.

    • Commercial / Industrial market estimated at US$8.0 billion

    • HVAC accounts for 40% - 60% of energy used in U.S. Commercial and residential buildings.

    • Mature market.

    • Maintenance, including energy consumption can account for 80% of the cost of a building over its lifetime (including construction costs), accordingly, smart technologies can reduce operating costs and have a discernable effect on the return on investment of a building.


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    • Advances in HVAC equipment sales expected to be primarily driven by strong gains in non-residential construction.

    • Nearly three quarters of HVAC demand is attributable to replacements.

    • Replacement sector to benefit from rising interest in more energy efficient building systems.

      • Driven by rising energy prices.

      • Spurring the replacement of older HVAC equipment with newer models.

    • Changing regulations regarding minimum efficiency requirements for legacy systems will also affect sales of HVAC equipment.


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    • One system serving multiple purposes – heating, air conditioning & hot water production.

    • Emerging technology to North America.

    • Space efficient:

      • Multi-function systems occupy less space than separate systems performing same functions.

    • Energy efficient.

    • Lower acquisition costs than separate individual legacy units.


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    • Cost efficient.

      • Units perform up to 3 functions (heating, air conditioning, hot water production) at no additional cost.

    • 22 month payback.

    • Streamlined company:

      • Quickly adapt to changing market conditions.

    • Experienced management team with proven track record.


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    Senior Management

    External Shareholders




    35,925,861 Common SharesIssued and Outstanding


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    • We believe that PEOPLE ultimately bring value to a compelling idea/plan or technology. To that end, we have assembled a team experienced in building companies in the HVAC and renewable energy industries. We have partnered with a highly sophisticated manufacturing plant in Chilliwack, British Columbia – IMW Industries a leading supplier of Natural Gas Compressors who have been in business since 1912.

      Clear Strategy and Business Model

    • We have a clear and focused strategy and a business model that will optimize the long term value of our product offering. In addition, we are positioning the company so as to maintain a clear exit strategy for our investors.

      Competitive Advantage

    • Our technology and product offering will have a sustainable advantage with our proprietary and patented technology.

      Large and Growing Markets

    • Our target market is a well established industry where we will provide a compelling solution to the well documented need for energy efficiency, energy conservation and environmental solutions.

    • HVAC market forecast to grow at 3.2% per year to reach US$16.8 billion in 2011.

    • Commercial / Industrial market estimated at US$8.0 billion.


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    Aniello Manzo - President, Chief Operations Officer, Director and Co-Founder

    A senior professional within the HVAC Industry, Mr. Manzo’s career spans more than 20 years in various and progressive roles including operations, inspection, design, international commerce and executive leadership. Prior to managing the growth of Energy Recovery Systems, he owned and operated a multi-million dollar HVAC design and operations firm with clients throughout North America. Aniello's functions within ERS consist of working in conjunction with the CEO as Co-Founder and Developer. Aniello is one of the Directors within ERS. Moreover Mr. Manzo formulates all the technical aspects of the company. As sole inventor of ERS' system design and integration (patents pending) Aniello has taken the conventional cooling chiller and engineered and designed the energy recovery unit to reduce the use of carbon fossil fuels. He continues to work closely with Professional Engineers to further research and develop this concept to share with the HVAC industry.

    Jeff Ciachurski - Chief Executive Officer, Director and Co-Founder

    Jeff Ciachurski is a business executive and has founded several public companies over the past 25 years. He is the founder and current Chief Executive Officer and President of Western Wind Energy Corporation, a wind energy generation company currently trading on the Toronto Venture Exchange. Western Wind is the owner and operator of over 500 wind turbines in California.Jeff’s functions include executive leadership, strategic planning, corporate policy, and execution of the Company’s business and financial plan. He formulates the mission statement, corporate structure, appoints and designates senior management personnel, defines geographic areas of responsibility and engages senior independent consultants. Maintains continuous and proactive relationships with leading institutional and retail shareholders, and establishes and maintains close contacts within the investment banking and project financing community.


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    Heidi Ciachurski - Corporate Secretary

    Heidi Ciachurski is a para-legal with over 20 years of experience. Heidi provides corporate, executive, administrative and regulatory support to executive management and board level functions.Heidi is well-versed and experienced in corporate secretary, financial reporting, para-legal and investor relations responsibilities of public reporting companies.

    Sean Marte - Chief Technical Engineer

    Sean graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2003 with a combined Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Engineering in Electro-Mechanical Design Engineering. Over the past 6 years he has worked in product development as a design and test engineer for several manufacturing companies. His responsibilities involved designing, commissioning and operating test stands which, were used for testing new equipment designs. He is experienced with automation, instrumentation, data acquisition equipment and industrial design. In 2008 Sean completed his registration as a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC).

    Since joining Energy Recovery Systems Sean's experience includes design of ASME rated heat exchangers, refrigeration component specification and selection, compressor selection and validation, system design and optimization. His duties with ERS include machine design, system integration, design for custom installations, test loop design, performance verification and writing selection software for the various ERS products.


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    Thank you for your time.

    We look forward to continuing

    our discussions with you.

    Aniello Manzo President & COO

    Sean Marte Chief Technical Engineer