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  1. E-business to G-business (No more business as usual)

  2. Agenda • Life on Mars • Lessons from the ‘3rd economic revolution’ for the ‘4th revolution’: • Similarities and differences • Lessons: Crossing the ‘Chasm’ and collaboration • 2degrees © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  3. Similarities – Speed of growth The global market for climate change technologies and services is worth £2.1 billion/year today, rising to £530 billion/per year (US$1 trillion/year) by 2010 – the UK share could expand to £15 billion/year. Shell (Vivid Economics), October 2006 © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  4. Similarities – Kleiner Perkins “This field of greentech could be the largest economic opportunity of the C21st. There’s never been a better time than now to start or accelerate a greentech venture” John Doer © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  5. Similarities – West Coast USA Bill Gates Vinod Khosla California Paul Allen Steve Case Larry Page & Sergey Brin John Doer © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  6. Similarities – Efficiency gains Sustainable Energy Sources: © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  7. Similarities – Standards Internet Protocol Regulation Standards Smart standards © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  8. Similarities – Disruptive technologies Microchip Internet Mobile phones Web 2.0 Integration CRM Bio-fuels Solar, wind, tidal Waste to energy Algae to make fuel Smart buildings Heat storage © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  9. Similarities – Ubiquitous “…we must develop profitable manufacturing methods that do not require expensive and inefficient processes… requiring… new collaborations stretching along the whole length of the supply chain from the farmers through to manufacturers and end-users.“ Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  10. Differences – Regulation driven Pan-national EU / Federal US National / State Local © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  11. Differences – Corporations “Climate change will be the single biggest business issue of the next decade. You have to be on the right side of that.” James Murdoch © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  12. So what are the lessons?Crossing the Chasm © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  13. Crossing the Chasm © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  14. Crossing the Chasm © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  15. Crossing the Chasm DARK GREEN Visionaries and risk-takers Enjoy solving the problem Buy technology © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  16. Crossing the Chasm LIGHT GREEN Pragmatists Won’t take unnecessary risk Buy whole solutions to solve particular problems Don’t generally use Innovators and EA (Dark Greens) as references © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  17. Crossing the Chasm Berkeley Homes BedZed © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  18. Crossing the Chasm Multi-utility services company CHP provider © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  19. The lesson • Whole solutions are the result of complex collaboration: • Between customers and suppliers • Between traditionally competing suppliers • Between industries and industry bodies • Between technology providers • Between organisations that don’t normally speak to one another © Meltwater Ventures 2007

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  21. Launch strategy • Network sponsors: • MITIE Energy • TBD Commercial Real Estate Retail Data Centres © Meltwater Ventures 2007 Built environment

  22. Launch strategy Next targets Public sector Housing Infrastructure © Meltwater Ventures 2007 Built environment

  23. Retail NetworkIndustry Representation Supermarkets solution offerings © Meltwater Ventures 2007 Number of potential network members

  24. http://beta.haresfield.com © Meltwater Ventures 2007

  25. The opportunity • Establish a Low Carbon ICT network on 2degrees: • Extend networking opportunity from today • Meet those you missed • Follow-up with those you did meet (including within group discussion) • Exchange more data and share more: • Blogs; Forums, Resources • 3 months free membership • Academics remain free © Meltwater Ventures 2007