2 Dow recognized as a 2012 Top Global Innovator by Thomas Reuters World’s largest industrial consumer of power and steam, Dow recognizes the importance of tapping new energy sourcesWe have a team of more than 6,500 at our R&D sites worldwide and are growing our science and technology footprint globallyAbout Dow60+ Year history of providing energy saving solutions to the global commercial and residential construction industry115 Years of innovation, ensures stability and reliability1897 Founded by Herbert H. Dow in Midland, Michigan$57 Billion in revenue in 2012~160 Countries in which we serve customers54,000 Approximate Employees worldwideMore than 5,000 products are manufactured at 188 sites in 36 countriesDOW RESTRICTED
3 A Commitment for Dow Chemical in Solar Innovation Importance of Energy to DowWorld’s largest industrial consumer of power and steam ($5 Billion / year, 3.7GW)More competitive as a result of eliminating over $26 billion in energy costs since 1990.Reduced absolute energy use by 20% since 2005 (119 trillion BTUs).Efforts have significantly reduced emissions, representing over 270 million metric tons of emissions since 1990.World Leader in Material ScienceExtensive thermoplastics portfolioFilms, top sheets, encapsulantsFabrication processesDOW RESTRICTED
4 DOW POWERHOUSE: The Roof, Reinvented! POWERHOUSE isn’t ON the roof, IT IS the roof!Existing trades working in their preferred environmentReduced installation time & costMinimum penetrationsClass A fire ratingDOW RESTRICTED
5 DOW POWERHOUSETM Solar Shingle Disruptive design addresses the four historical obstacles to residential solar adoption:Installation ComplexityAestheticsWarranty ConcernsAffordabilityThe roof that protects your home can now provide for it, too.
6 It’s a Revolutionary Solution Standard roofing nailsIncorporated withstandardroofingDow System PartsCIGS solar cellsConnector betweeneach shingleDOW RESTRICTED
7 POWERHOUSETM Installation Process Click to start video
8 The most aesthetically appealing solar solution.
10 Where do we put DOW POWERHOUSE™ Solar Shingles? NEW HOMES: POWERHOUSE™ Solar CommunitiesEXISTING HOMES: POWERHOUSE™ Rooftops
11 Excitement leads to results Market AppealExcitement leads to resultsAnother builder including POWERHOUSE as a standard feature outperformed their sales goals for the first 10 weeks by over 100%This builder increased contract size only 4 months after signing the original contractHomes including DOW POWERHOUSE as a standard feature were sold at a10:1 ratio compared with non-POWERHOUSE homes in the same communityIn general - Solar homes sell up to twice the rate of conventional homes, 8 out of 10 homeowners want builders to offer solar powerDOW RESTRICTEDUS Department of Energy: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
12 Awards & Recognitions NOVEMBER 2009 Named one of “The 50 Best Inventions of 2009” by TIME magazine.MARCH 2010Won the GLOBE Award for Environmenta l Excellence in Emerging Technology.MARCH 2011Received the “Editor’s Choice” Award at the 2011 International Roofing Expo.APRIL 2012Awarded Gold for Best New Product by the Edison Awards.™OCTOBER 2012Popular Mechanics’ Top 10 Technology Breakthroug- hs for 2012.FEBRUARY 2013MIT Technology Review’s Disruptive Companies ListGreen Builder Magazine’s 50 Hot Products for 2013
13 Launched in Colorado in October 2011 Growth InitiativesLaunched in Colorado in October 2011Now in 12 States & D.C.Rapidly Growing List of Builder and Contractor PartnersNow Offering Competitive FinancingBuyer Retains Incentives and 30% Tax CreditInterest Write-Off On Electricity SupplyNow Partnering With Commercial Market SegmentOut-of-the-Box Utility Partnership Opportunities13
14 Colorado Solar Industry, by the Numbers Total Economic Output of $1.42 BillionColorado Solar Industry Created 10,790 job-years, Leading to Employee Earnings of Over $534.1 MTax Revenues Between $34.1 M and $59.7 MProperty Taxes: $3.1 M - $9.3 MSales Taxes: $18.7 M - $38.1 MIncome Tax Revenues: $12.3 MApproximately $24.3 M in Environmental BenefitsSaved Nearly 300 Million Gallons of Water14
15 Taylor A. HendersonColorado Account ManagerDow Solar(303) 815 – 6080