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11 Nov. 23 2009 Electric Power Development Co.,Ltd. J-Powers Biomass Energy Projects and Business in Japan and Other Countries.

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1 11 Nov Electric Power Development Co.,Ltd. J-Powers Biomass Energy Projects and Business in Japan and Other Countries

2 22[Contents] 1. Corporate Profile 2. Renewable Approach of J-Power 1. Corporate Profile 1-1. Corporate History 1-2. JP track records in international IPP business 2. Renewable Approach of J-Power 2-1. J-Powers thermal/biomass power stations in Japan 2-2. J-Powers biomass energy projects in Asia 2-3. J-Powers CDM projects in the world 2-4. The objective to promote biomass business of J-Power 2-5. Challenge for biomass energy business of J-Power 3.Biomass Energy Business in Japan and Asia 3.Biomass Energy Business in Japan and Asia 3-1. JP track records in biomass energy business (Japan) 3-2. JP track records in biomass energy business (Thai) 3-3. JP co-firing biomass combustion business (Japan) 4. Biomass Energy Ratio of Electricity Production in Japan 4. Biomass Energy Ratio of Electricity Production in Japan 4-1. Biomass energy ratio of electricity production in Japan 4-1. Biomass energy ratio of electricity production in Japan

3 33 1. Corporate profile

4 corporate profile Thermal (8stations 8,424MW) Hydropower (57stations 8,560MW) Nuclear(1,383MW) (under construction) Wind power (255MW) Others (878MW) Transmission Lines (2,400km) Total Generation Capacity 18.1GW Nations largest wholesale company dealing with the regional power utilities in Japan Top Runner in hydro and coal-fired thermal power generation 1952 Establishment of Electric Power Development Co., Ltd Large-scale hydro power generation 1960 Thermal power generation using domestic coal 1980 Thermal Power generation using imported coal 1990 New technology, environment protection measures 2004 Totally Privatized History of J-POWER

5 JP track records in international IPP business 1-2. JP track records in international IPP business Zajaczkowo (Wind power) Poland Chiahui (Gas CCGT) Taiwan Tianshi (Coal waste) Hanjiang (Hydro power) Xin Chang (Coal thermal) China CBK (Hydro power) Philippines Tenaska (Gas CCGT) Elwood (Gas simple cycle) Green Country (Gas CCGT) Birchwood (Coal fired thermal) Pinelawn (Gas CCGT) Equus (Gas simple cycle) Fluvanna (Gas CCGT) Edgewood (Gas simple cycle) Shoreham (Jet fuel) Orange Grove (Gas simple cycle) USA Roi-Et Biomass (Rice chaff) Yala Biomass (Rubber tree waste) Rayong Co-generation (Gas CCGT) Thaioil Power (Gas CCGT) Independent Power (Gas CCGT) Kaeng Khoi (Gas CCGT) Samutprakarn (Gas CCGT) Nong Khae (Gas CCGT) Kaeng Khoi 2 (Gas CCGT) Samet Tai (Newly bid IPP project: gas CCGT) Nong Saeng (Newly bid IPP project: gas CCGT) Thailand StatusNumber of ProjectsOutputJ-P Share Operation6 nations/areas,238,836 MW3,123 MW Construction2 nations/areas, 4 2,435 MW337 MW Total6 nations/areas,2711,271 MW3,460 MW Nhon Trach 2 (Gas CCGT) Vietnam

6 66 2. Renewable approach of J-Power

7 7 Matsuura Thermal P/S Fuel; Sewage sludge & wood chip Combustion ratio; 0.04% Consumption; 1,800t /year Omuta RDF G/P Fuel; RDF Disposal Capacity; 315 ton/day Generated output; 20,600kW 2-1. J-Powers thermal/biomass power stations in Japan Existing 7coal-fired thermal power stations RDF generation plant

8 J-Powers biomass energy projects in Asia Thailand Roi-et biomass project Fuel : Rice husk Output Capacity :10MW Thailand Yala Biomass Project Fuel: Rubber wood waste Output Capacity :20MW Operating project Planning project Vietnam Biomass Project Fuel : Rice Husk Output Capacity (to be decided) Malaysia Biomass Project Fuel : *EFB Output Capacity (to be decided) *EPB: Empty fruits bunch

9 J-Powers CDM projects in the world Chile Fuel conversion by Nestle (Coal Natural Gas) Chile Cogeneration by Metro GAS (Natural Gas) Columbia La Vuelta and La Herradura Hydroelectric Power Project Brazil Aquarius Small-scale Hydroelectric Power Project Brazil Caieiras Landfill Gas Project China Erdaoqiao Hydropower project J-Power has effectively used the Kyoto Protocol Mechanisms. J-Power has effectively used the Kyoto Protocol Mechanisms. - Acquisition of Emission Credits through development of CDM projects to offset emissions by Kyoto credits-

10 The objective to promote biomass business of J-Power Target; Approx.10% reduction from FY 2002 level (in FY2010) Target; Approx.10% reduction from FY 2002 level (in FY2010) FY2002; 0.72kg-CO2/kWh (domestic and overseas operations) FY2007; 0.70kg-CO2/kWh FY2008; 0.68kg-CO2/kWh Japan Rational combination of measures including maintenance and improvement of the efficiency of energy use (eg. nuclear and biomass) Overseas Promotion of IPP business with return secured by public sector and biomass features of that country *CER acquisition to prepare for further CO2 emission regulation change J-Power will continue to reduce CO2 emissions per unit of electric power sold through development of low CO2 emission power sources. *CER: Certified emission reduction

11 11 1.Small scale (High cost on capital ratio) Cost minimization with every possible way 2-5 Challenges for biomass energy business of J-Power Challenges for biomass energy business of J-Power are as follows. 2.Difficulty in fuel collection Mitigation with support of public sector 3.Longer capital recovery period Revenue stabilization with long term PPA, *FSA *FAS: Fuel Supply Agreement

12 12 3. Biomass Energy Business in Japan and Thailand

13 13 Subsidies PrefectureJ-Power Lender Municipalities Concerned Electric Power Co. Contractor OM Company Project Company O&MAgreement EPCAgreementPPA National Gov. Subsidies Highlights; Omuta RDF Generation Plant Highlights; Omuta RDF Generation Plant Stable revenue of Tipping Fee Favorable tariff with RPS in PPA Investment from Prefecture 3-1. JP track records in biomass energy business (Japan) RDF Treatment Agreement Tipping Fee Collateral Financing Contract RPS Output Capacity; 20,600kW Fuel; RDF Term of PPA; 17 years investment

14 (1) JP track records in biomass energy business (Thai) investment financing investment Investor J-Power Investor Lender Project Company investment financing Fuel Supplier Electric Power Co. Power Purchase Agreement Rice mills EPC Contract Fuel Supply Agreement NEPO Subsidies Contractor Highlights; Roi-Et Thermal Power Station Highlights; Roi-Et Thermal Power Station Subsidies (*NEPO *currently EPPO) Long Term PPA (21 years) Incentive Tariff (Bunker Oil Price Link) Fuel Supply Output Capacity; 9950kW Fuel; Rice Husk Term of PPA; 21 years

15 (2) JP track records in biomass energy business (Thai) investment financing investment Investor J-Power Investor Lender Project Company investment financing Fuel Supplier Electric Power Co. Power Purchase Agreement Saw mills EPC Contract Fuel Supply Agreement Subsidies National Gov. Subsidies Contractor Highlights; Yala Thermal Power Station Highlights; Yala Thermal Power Station Subsidies (UNDP, National Gov.) Long Term PPA (25 years) Incentive Tariff (Natural Gas Price Link) Fuel Supply Output Capacity; 20,000kW Fuel; Rubber Wood Term of PPA; 25 years

16 JP co-firing biomass combustion business (Japan) Coal Wood chip biomass fuel Sewage sludge derived fuel Biomass Coal-Fired Thermal Power Station Reduction of CO2 Emission Production value by RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standards) Coal Matsuura thermal power station (1,000MW, 2unit) Fuel; Sewage sludge & wood chip Mixed ratio; 0.04% on average Mixed ratio; 0.04% on average Biomass consumption; 1,800 ton/ year Biomass consumption; 1,800 ton/ year

17 17 4. Biomass Energy Ratio of Electricity Production in Japan

18 18 Electricity production from biomass/waste accounts for about 2% in Japan in coal298,899 oil120,736 gas254,492 nuclear303,426 hydro95,576 biomass/waste22,404 others4,831 total production1,100, Biomass energy ratio of electricity production in Japan Source; IEA Electricity in Japan in 2006 Electricity production in Japan in 2006 (GWh)


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