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Form 5500 Schedule C: Why is it not the correct way to compare provider costs?. A SPECIAL PRESENTATION PREPARED BY BPAS FOR OUR FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY AND PLAN SPONSOR CLIENTS. Why did the DOL recently make changes to Schedule C?.

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ABOWIND

Why Investing in Argentina?

Current Opportunities

Renewable Energy in Argentina

ABO WINDin Argentina

Our Projects in Argentina

Contact Details

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1. ABO WIND

  • ABOWIND is one of Europe's most successful developers of wind power projects.
  • 350 employees developing projects in Germany, Spain, France, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, Belgium, Ireland, the UK, Bulgaria and Finland .
  • Annual turnover of 300 Million Euros.
  • Over 450 wind energy turbines with a nominal capacity of over 1000 Megawatt have already been installed.

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2. Why Investing in Argentina?

  • A diversified and dynamic industry, open economy and high growth potential makes Argentina one of the growing economies in Latin America.
  • Access to a large local market and to important trade organizations such as MERCOSUR and WTO.
  • Well trained personnel, natural recourses, a lively culture and modern infrastructure makes Argentina a very creative and competitive field for business.
  • Governmental support: tax exemptions, incentives for export encouragement and loans.
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2. Why Investing in Argentina? (cont.)

  • Argentinean Environmental Policy
  • The percentage of produced renewable energy must reach8% by 2016.
  • Laws that make the development of wind energy projects easier:
    • Accelerated amortization.
    • Sales tax refunds.
    • Tax  exemptions on minimum presumed income
    • Subsidy: 15 AR$/MWh (1,8 USD/MWh)
    • Financial Stability.
  • Legislative initiative to create the following benefits:
  • 8% of the energy of large consumers has to be through renewable energy.
  • Subsidies for domestic production increase.
  • Credit lines.
  • Tax benefits.
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3. Current Opportunites
  • The local currency reduces investment and business costs.
  • Great amount of infrastructural work to do.
  • High availability of local currency for investments.
  • Custom-free import of wind energy turbines.
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4. Renewable Energy in Argentina

  • Intended Changes to the Energy Matrix

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Source: CAMMESA. Informe anual 2013.

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4. Renewable Energy in Argentina

Wind Energy

  • Argentina belongs to the top 5 countries with the highest potential for wind energy.
  • Strong and constantwindof the highest quality in many regions, especially in southern Patagonia (9 - 12 m/s; CF > 35%)

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Average wind speed

Regions with capacity factor CF > 35%

Source: Argentina WindEnergyReport CADER 2009.

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5. ABO WINDin Argentina

  • ABOWIND began 2006 with activities in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Highly qualified employees working in Buenos Aires.
  • ABOWIND has recently signed a cooperation agreement for the “Añelo I” project, in
  • Neuquén.
  • ABOWINDhas developed850 MW

in Argentina, of which 200 MW are ready to build. ABOWIND also has projects in Uruguay and Mexico.

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5. ABO WINDin Argentina

investment opportunity

  • Project financing: provision of the needed equity.
  • Trust Fund
  • Project Acquisition
  • Joint Venture
  • Partnership

For local businesses

Large range of investments opportunities and especially new tenders.

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5. ABO WINDin Argentina
  • Our portfolio in Argentina and Uruguay contains 13 Projects with a total volume of 850 MW. Furthermore we have many projects in preliminary stages of development.
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6. Our Projects in Argentina

Wind Farm “VIENTOS DEL SECANO” – 50 MW

  • The wind farm “Vientos del Secano” is in Mayor Buratovich, close to Bahía Blanca.
  • Cost effective connection to the electricity grid, right off the federal street 3 and only 80 km from the airport and port of Bahía Blanca.

Hochspannungsleitung 132 kV

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6. Our Projects in Argentina

Wind Farm “VIENTOS DEL SECANO” – 50 MW

  • 980 Hectares
  • 14 m above MSL
  • Wind mast since April 2008
  • 8.4 m/s average wind speed
  • Land for shepherding
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6. Our Projects in Argentina

Wind Farm“VIENTOS DEL SECANO” – 50 MW

  • Studies made by ABOWIND:
    • Environmental
    • Soil studies
    • Topographical analysis
    • Studies to grid connection
  • Permits from public authorities:
    • New electricity producer MEM
    • ENRE permit
    • Environmental license
    • Clean development mechanism
  • The project is ready to build.Only Finances, are needed to start the construction.
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7. Contact Details

In Germany:

Unter den Eichen 7, 65195 Wiesbaden Phone: +49 (0) 611-267655-63; Fax: -99 Mobil: +49 (0) 152 5671 1563

In Argentina:

Alicia Moreau de Justo 1050 P. 4 Of. 196

C1107AAP - Dock 7

Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Phone: +54 11 5917 1235 

Mobil: +54 911 3045 6312

Vanesa M. Revelli

Latin America Director

vanesa.revelli@ABO-WIND.de

argentina@ABO-WIND.com

www.ABOWIND.com

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