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TRANSITION TITLE. SOLAR MANUFACTUING & TECHNOLOGY RYAN STOUT, FOUNDER & CEO.

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2 SOLAR MANUFACTUING & TECHNOLOGY RYAN STOUT, FOUNDER & CEO

3  Nusun Solar: Incorporated in 2010 Manufacturing arm for AWEG  Family history/Over 40 years experience in energy storage  Developed distribution, installation, and education  Established suppliers & sales partners  Associations/Affiliations Indiana Renewable Energy Association (INREA): Member Indiana Distributed Energy Advocates (IDEA): Founding Member/ Board American Solar Energy Society: Member COMPANY OVERVIEW

4 Build and Assemble “Made in USA” Next Generation Panels  Headquartered in Columbus, IN  Nano coated crystalline silicon photovoltaic panels (Solar PV)  Starting production=25MW  Clean manufacturing environment SOLAR MANUFACTURING

5 Economic Development Value  Distributed generation plant specifics per 25MW line 80 plus full time employees High average pay wage with benefits Initial capital investment of $4,500,000 Yearly revenue capability $45,000,000  Expandable in 25MW increments with $500,000 minimum investment  Diversified portfolio Full line manufacturing PLM growth strategies New product testing R&D partnerships  Renewable energy advocate Renewable expansion within state and community State incentives

6 SOLAR TECHNOLOGY  ONYX Solar PV technology  High efficiency and optimal voltage  No moving parts  Utilize 125mm & 156mm monocrystalline cells Higher development costs Multi cell design capabilities Nano-coating light filtering technology Optimum Voc and Vmp = multiple inverter compatibility

7 EFFICIENCY & POWER  Highest voltage in the market  Built with top-of-the-class cells and wafers  Composed strictly of ‘A’ grade cells with minimum 9N purity Maximizes individual panel’s performances Minimizes interdependency among the panels Produced with positive tolerances  Maintains stable input voltage to inverters in extreme temperatures (hot and cold)  Relatively smaller in size than its competing solar modules  Produces 13.55Watt/ ft2 making it the Most efficient solar panel in its class!

8 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC MAPS

9 NORTH AMERICA INSOLATION MAP SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC MAPS INDIANA AVERAGE: 4.7 (SUMMER 5.8) (WINTER 2.9) MICHIGAN AVERAGE: 4.2 (SUMMER 5.7) (WINTER 2.0) NORTH DAKOTA AVERAGE: 4.9 (SUMMER 6.3) (WINTER 3.0)

10 ADVANTAGES:  Original PV technology invented in 1955  Grown from single crystal so all cells uniform in color, circular shape and dark blue  Most efficient, most power per square foot of module  Long life, 25 year warranties and beyond 40+ year life  Usually have highest open circuit voltage (OCV)  Premium technology for all customers SOLAR PV PANEL TYPES: MONOCRYSTALLINE DISADVANTAGES:  Checkered pattern face  Frame  Cost of purified silicone, semiconductor grade

11 ADVANTAGES:  Entered the market in 1981  Silicon melted and poured into a mold forming a square block which equals less waist  As the silicon cools in mold, crystals form in an imperfect manner causing variations of blue  Just behind single on efficiency so it takes a slightly larger surface area  Long life, 25 year warranty and 40 year life  Usually have lower (OCV) than mono and better suited for battery backup systems SOLAR PV PANEL TYPES: POLYCRYSTALLINE DISADVANTAGES:  Frame  Weight  Cost of purified silicone

12 ADVANTAGES:  Newest of the three technologies  Microscopically thin deposit of silicon or cadmium telluride  Least expensive of technologies  Some panels are flexible  Pickup larger spectrum of the sun  Best used for battery maintainers for smaller applications in consumer market SOLAR PV PANEL TYPES: THIN FILM DISADVANTAGES:  Least efficient, up to 50% larger modules needed to match single or poly  Watch quality, thin film materials tend to be less stable than crystalline causing degradation over time  Most panels have 5 year life expectancy some claim to have 20 year but very questionable  Uncertain durability over life of panel

13  30% Federal Tax Credit/Grant  Carbon credits  Feed-in Tariff  Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) - $ $0.32 per kWh  Power Purchase Agreements  100% Depreciation of Asset in 1st Year  Net Metering  Hedge Against Increasing Utility Bills Electric rates have increased 465% in the past 40 years and appears to be on an accelerating course RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY

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