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1 Haloclean ® BioEnergy Pyrolysis Liquid for Power Generation

2 21 March 2007 Who is Sea Marconi? Environmental solutions since 1968 Mission: to protect customers assets and environmental resources Specialty: decontamination/detoxification of hazardous materials 3.000+ customers in 15 countries, mainly in the energy and heavy industry sectors 50+ employees A long history of innovation: –30+ patents filed in Europe and US –Member of international technical committees (IEC, CEN, CIGRE) –Qualified by the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research

3 21 March 2007 Where We Are Collegno (Torino) - Italy Seclì (Lecce) - Italy Joeuf - France Barakaldo (Vizcaya) - Spain Buenos Aires - Argentina

4 21 March 2007 Sea Marconi Core Business Analysis and diagnostic of insulating liquids for operational electrical equipment On-site treatment of insulating oils using proprietary equipment –Removal of contaminants –Detoxification from PCBs

5 21 March 2007 Other Relevant Activities Site contamination assessment Analysis and treatment of insulating gases (SF 6 ) Development activities in the field of: –Treatment of electronic waste (Haloclean) –Conversion of biomass (Haloclean BioEnergy) –Soil remediation –Innovative dielectric liquids from sustainable resources –Innovative decontamination processes from hazardous organic pollutants

6 21 March 2007 Haloclean ® Haloclean ® was born as a research project aimed at solving the problem of recycling electronic waste (1999-2005) – Patent EP1217318 Now the most promising application is energy conversion of biomass: Haloclean ® BioEnergy

7 21 March 2007 Vision for Haloclean ® BioEnergy Decentralized cogeneration through pyrolysis liquids from biomass resources

8 21 March 2007 Supported by current European “green policies” Directive 2001/77/EC (targets for green power production) –Germany (EEG-2004): subsidized prices (20 years) –Italy (Decree 387/2003 and related laws): market price plus tradable green certificates (12 years) –Other Member States adopted appropriate support measures Small size power generation is usually supported more Biomass Action Plan by EC (December 2005) –New ambitious targets for biomass energy within 2010

9 21 March 2007 Haloclean: Flexible Intermediate Pyrolysis Process Jointly Developed with FZK Lignocellulosic Lignocellulosic Primary biomass (rapeseed) / Straw / Hay / Wood biogenic alternative fuels lignin rich residues / lignocellulosic Combustion Grate combustion Dust combustion Power / Heat / Hashes (centralized / decentralized) Coke Heat F-Pyrolysis Oil Coke Gas Slurry Gasification Gas purification Synthesis Fuel / Chemicals (centralized) Bioliq ® Syngas M-Pyrolysis Coke, Oil, Gas Diesel eng. Power / Heat (decentralized) Gas/Oil purific. GT Haloclean InterMediate Pyrolysis

10 21 March 2007 Flexibility enables multiple options and multiple biomass feedstock Haloclean Biomass feed (e.g. rapeseeds, rapessed residues, olive residues) CokeOilGas Off-site energy conversion CHP Unit External use (from 0 to 100%) Power Heat Integrated cogeneration Bio- Refining “Premium” fuel (sold at higher price) Process energy (option)

11 21 March 2007 Coconut residuesStraw pellets Rape seeds Rape residuesOlive pitsRice husk

12 21 March 2007 Haloclean Pilot Plant

13 21 March 2007 Model of Haloclean Reactor

14 21 March 2007

15 Advantages against Alternatives Low content of tars compared to fast pyrolysis process Low particles concentration Hot gas filtration applicable (further reduction of solid content) Lower acidity compared to other technologies Direct use in a diesel engine

16 21 March 2007 CHP Unit from Schnell

17 21 March 2007 From Proof-of-Concept to Industrial Developments 3 short-term projects are expected starting from 2007 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany (CHPs running on diesel engines for power generation) –A comprehensive test campaign at FZK premises –2 industrial projects to follow with very first customers Other projects in Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland (Germany) and Lorraine (France) are likely to follow, with additional technical developments –Extension to gas turbines –Research on enhancing pyrolysis liquids (“premium” fuel) There is a strong market request for this type of technology and application –Given demand for 2008 up to 20-25 units (at present it is impossible to satisfy this market given current structure)

18 21 March 2007 Short-Term Implementation Strategy Starting point: Karlsruhe (demonstration campaign and first industrial implementation) Other industrial applications Sea Marconi Sites (Birkenfeld, Jeuf – Lorraine) Educational (Birkenfeld, Kaiserslautern)

19 21 March 2007 MHC Stadtwerke Karlsruhe Bios Bioenergy Tech-Trade Hagema STEAG CTCB From Test Campaign to Industrialization Industrialization HI 3 GmbH

20 21 March 2007 Process Setup for Test Campaign

21 21 March 2007 12,000 t/y Rapeseed 2,560 MWh/y Heat CHP (0.8 MW) 1,700 t/y Pyrolysis coke 12,360 MWh 7,000 t/y Pyrolysis oil 5,000 MWh/y Power Heat Biomass solid combustion Haloclean ® Reactor Pyrolysis gas 21,700 MWh/y Power 16,700 MWh/y Heat Industrial partner (final user) CHP (2.5 MW) Example of Industrial Application

22 21 March 2007 First Industrial Applications Installation of 2-3 MW CHP generation capacity for internal demand of “green energy” (can start in a short time using conventional biofuels) Haloclean ® unit will follow, providing oil and gas to CHP Further projects will start from this first configuration, upgraded to permanent gas conversion to run gas turbines instead of diesel generators

23 21 March 2007 Profitability of a 12,000 tpy Reactor

24 21 March 2007 Next Steps in Developing Haloclean Technology

25 21 March 2007 Haloclean to liquid Biomass feed (e.g. rape seeds, rape seed residues, olive residues) CokeOil Gas/Liquid Off-site energy conversion CHP Unit gas/liquid External use (from 0 to 100%) Power Heat Bio- Refining Process energy (option) Straw, miscanthus, dried algae,rape seed straw, husk, brewers grain, residues from ethanol and biogas production Haloclean to gas Gas Gas-CHP Power Heat Feedstock drying) Biogas units Residues Turbines Integration in industrial scale energy systems Bio coke combustion GasPower Heat Development “Premium” fuel (sold at higher price) Germany

26 21 March 2007 “Premium” Fuel from Pyrolysis Liquid

27 21 March 2007 Further Research Activities: EU FP7 Calls Cooperation Programme Energy 4: Renewables for heating and cooling Energy 2: Renewable electricity generation Energy 2.2: Biomass Energy 3: Renewable fuel production Energy 3.1: First generation biofuel from biomass Energy 3.2: Second generation fuel from biomass Energy 3.3: Biorefinery Energy 3.4: Biofuels from energy crops Energy 3.6: Biofuel use in transport Energy 3.7: Cross-cutting issues Energy 4.2: Biomass

28 21 March 2007 EU Call for Demonstration Activities (6/2007)

29 21 March 2007 Contact Information Vander Tumiatti –Sea Marconi Technologies Sas –Via Ungheria 20, I-10093 Collegno (TO) –Phone:+ –Fax:+ – Alessandro Scova –Sea Marconi Technologies Sas –Via Ungheria 20, I-10093 Collegno (TO) –Phone:+ –Fax:+ –

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