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Introducing Management Team & Associates. S 3 IDF Technical Financial Management Team, Bangalore. Infrastructure Development Finance Company, Chennai. Bharathiya Vikas Trusts (BVT, Manipal) / Sahayadri Energy Systems (SES, Bangalore) / Sun Min (Chennai).

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introducing management team associates
Introducing Management Team & Associates

S3IDF Technical Financial Management Team, Bangalore

Infrastructure Development Finance Company, Chennai

Bharathiya Vikas Trusts (BVT, Manipal) / Sahayadri Energy Systems (SES, Bangalore) / Sun Min (Chennai)

Sowparnika Bio Energy (Puttur) / Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project (SKDRDP, Belthangadi)

project philosophy
Project Philosophy
  • Modern Energy Services Critical for Poverty Alleviation
  • Inferences from work of S3IDF Founders re: Small Scale pro-poor RE/EE projects
    • Cost-effective solutions are possible if :
        • RE/EE players operate under commercial norms
        • FI’s BAU practices are modified with innovative financing
    • Critical problems to market penetration are more institutional and financing than technical
    • In US & elsewhere individuals and institutions willing to support such projects
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Our Unique Value Proposition for pro-poor Small RE/EE Investments

Study would result in :

  • Innovative Social Merchant Bank approach
  • Identification, demonstration, implementation of models
  • Development of underlying processes, systems for organisation and management
  • Mechanisms to support, assist & guide new such investments.

Project Viability

Investor Capability

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Planned Activities to Achieve Outcome

S3IDF will provide :

  • Pre-Investment/Project Identification
  • Complete feasibility for priority projects
  • Innovative Financial Support
  • Implementation and Operations Assistance
  • Post Investment Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Supporting Studies on related issues
  • Disseminate the knowledge
  • Raise Social and Environmental Investor Funds
expected outcomes
Expected Outcomes
  • A new financing fund/window for pro-poor small-scale RE/EE and investments;
  • New/innovative financing models;
  • Implementing mechanism for multiple pro-poor RE/EE investments;
  • Developing SME business models;
  • Evolving models of innovative financial agreements / arrangements;
  • Disseminating outcomes/results and lessons;
  • Mobilising international financial resource.
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Relevance for India Today

  • Electricity Act 2003 and National Electricity Policy mandate :
  • All households in India to be electrified in 5 years.
  • Minimum lifeline consumption of 1 unit of electricity / household /day.
  • Per capita consumption to increase to 1000 units by 2012.
  • Priority attention to electrification of Dalit bastis and tribal areas.
  • This gigantic task needs innovative approaches towards :
  • Decentralized distributed generation.
  • Cost-effective projects/technologies.
  • Use of all locally available resources for power generation.
  • Empowerment of consumers as partners.

THE PROPOSED PROJECT WILL HELP IN FINDING COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR ALL THESE ISSUES

s 3 idf approach how poor benefit
S3IDF Approach & How Poor Benefit
  • A Social Merchant Bank Approach
  • How the poor benefit:
  • As users of infrastructure services from pro-poor projects – to increase productivity and income;
  • As employees in SME(s) in infrastructure service industries;
  • As beneficiaries who are enabled to set up low-cost infrastructure service industries.
s 3 idf approach innovative financing and structuring mechanism
S3IDF Approach - Innovative Financing and Structuring Mechanism
  • New/Innovative Financing:
    • Approach is common and Main stream in large investments but new to small RE/EE transactions
  • Mechanisms for Investment Structuring of Pro-poor investment and their Risk Management:
    • Guarantees or other credit mechanisms to overcome collateral constraints;
    • One or more financing support types - debt (primary and/or secondary position) and/or equity- that is “gap filling” and “deal enabling”. This menu is also employed to help small equipment players who are critical to these investment deals;
    • Equipment supplier-financing;
    • Budget intercepts;
    • New ownership and/or operations structures which lower costs and make energy services viable.
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Project Cycle and Need for grants

Project

Stage

Project

Identification

Project

Prioritisation

Project

preparation

Feasibility

analysis

Seeking

Financial

collaboration

Implementation

Construction

Operation

phase

Monthly

Evaluation

Dissemination

of Knowledge

Inputs

needed

Technology

Data Base

Access to

Sources

of supply

Project

Analysis

Skills

Due

Deligence

Skills

Contacts

Logistics

Negotiation

Skills

Management

Capability

For project

construction

Effective

Management

Capability

Requisite

Skills

Analysis &

Conceptual

Skills

Insti-

tutions

S3IDF & associations

ASCI S3IDF

FIs Other

NGOs

Project operator

Banks/FIs

Project

Operator,

S3IDF

Associates

S3IDF

S3IDF

Nature of assistance grant/loans

Grants :

- user risk-averse

- results can reduce costs of

other Similar projects

Cooperation

Sympathy

guidance

Grants for free

S3IDF Assistance.

Loans, guarantees

Interest subsidy

Commercial

financial

assistance

Grants

Grants

requesting pdfa funds 25 000 for detailed project preparation
Requesting PDFA Funds ($25,000) For Detailed Project Preparation

Indicative project cost at the concept level (To be refined under PDFA)

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3

S

IDF: A Schematic of Envisioned Flow of Funds

Grant/Tax Deductible

Monies from Individuals

Local Bank & Other

and Institutions

Contingent Flow

Financial Institutions

(restricted, unrestricted &

Revolving Fund Corpus

(For partial guarantees)

(e.g. leasing company)

matching)

Debt, equity, etc.

Debt, equity, etc.

  • Pool of Funds for S3IDF and S3IDF – South
  • Asia Affiliate Operations
  • Pre-investment
  • Monitoring & Evaluation and Lessons Dissemination
  • Arranging co-financing and other support
  • Fundraising
  • Corporate management and reporting to non-profit regulatory authorities

Re-flow

Re

-

flow

The Project

(And owner/operator)

Tariffs, fees

Services

Financing and other assistance

from government and other

Customers

Soft Loan/Contingent Grant Funds

programs

(May also be owners)

From Development Finance & Other

Institutions (Foundations)

types of projects currently under the s 3 idf portfolio and pipeline
Types of Projects currently under the S3IDF Portfolio and Pipeline
  • Solar Photovoltaic for Charging Stations & Small Lighting systems
  • Solar PV-Grid Hybrid
  • Biogas for cooking and power generation
  • Small Hydro
  • Drying and other post harvest technologies
  • Bio fuels for power generation
  • Last mile electricity supply for both rural and urban
  • Water and Energy Nexus – Improving efficiency at both energy and irrigation
  • Water Supply – Potable and Irrigation
  • Biomass Gasifiers
  • Transportation and Telecommunications
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Indicative Examples of RE and EE & Linked Productive-Use Investments

  • Village/community scale;
  • RE/EE based Energy Service Company (ESCO) / Group of villages;
  • Household/small&meduim enterprise
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Summing Up

  • The present request from PDFA funds is for a grant to prepare a detailed project report.
  • If approved, the project report will be prepared in detail as per GEF funding requirements. This would again be evaluated on merits.
  • If approved, it will result in implementing a large number of small RE/EE projects each will contribute to sustainable energy development, local employment creation with least environmental adverse impact.
  • The implementation will be through new innovative financing procedures of mobilising capital, risk minimisation and well-designed operating procedures.
  • The project will be continuously monitored by the management team and experience would be shared with everyone interested in RE/EE projects.
  • New funds can be mobilised from national and international sources and thus trigger a accelerated development of small RE/EE projects.

THANK YOU