Presentation on theme: "2 SDTC & the OECD SDTC and OECD are aligned on the need to integrate economic and environmental initiatives in order to maximize the benefits. SDTC: “The."— Presentation transcript:
2 SDTC & the OECD SDTC and OECD are aligned on the need to integrate economic and environmental initiatives in order to maximize the benefits. SDTC: “The Foundation will act as the primary catalyst in building a sustainable development technology infrastructure in Canada”. OECD: “[Green Growth] must catalyse investment and innovation which will underpin sustained growth and give rise to new economic opportunities.”
SD Tech Fund Investment Portfolio – Country-Wide 3 SDTC & Leveraged Funding by Sector and Province (Shading indicates Leveraged Funding.) Energy Exploration and Production Power Generation Energy Utilization Transportation Agriculture Forestry Waste Management as of December 2010 Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Québec $430M $227M $87M $23M $689M $260M $8M $6M $60M $1M British Columbia New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland Canadian cleantech companies are spread across Canada, integrated in a broad range of economic sectors.
Paths to Commercialization and Market Penetration Cleantech Company Financing Venture CapitalPrivate EquityPublic MarketsDebt Technology Adoption AcquisitionLicensing Capacity Management 4
Canada is a leader in attracting Cleantech VC Investment Cleantech Group, Dec. 2010 Canada is a leading global destination for cleantech investing. 5 Cleantech VC Invested by Destination Country (excluding USA) Financing
Huge Projected Financing Needs 6 Follow-on Investments into SDTC Portfolio There are rapidly growing financing requirements coming as emerging cleantech companies prove out their technologies. Opportunity: Deals coming with technologies aligned with growing international markets. Challenge: Need to ensure that we have the financial ecosystem in place to properly nurture these companies. Financing
Increasing Role of Multinationals in Bringing Cleantech to Market 7 Technology Adoption Large Corporations are coming to Canada as they embrace cleantech as a strategy to improve productivity and competitiveness.
Management Capacity 8 Capacity As clean technologies mature, the management skill set required shifts from a technology focus to a sales/marketing focus. Source: 2010 SDTC Growth and Go-To-Market Report
Supporting Green Growth 9 Canada is a global cleantech Top 10 country Strong export market potential - $4 trillion Significant challenges to cleantech market entry Can be overcome in concert between the private-sector and public policy.
Sustainable Development Technology Canada Montreal Office: Place Ville Marie 1, Place Ville Marie, Suite 2001 Montréal, Québec H3B 2C4 (514) 448.4885 Toronto Office: First Canadian Place 100 King Street W., Suite 3700 Toronto, Ontario M5X 1C9 (416) 644.8726 Vancouver Office: World Trade Centre 999 Canada Place Suite 404 Vancouver, BC V6C 3E2 (604) 844.2857 Sailesh Thaker email@example.com www.sdtc.ca Head Office: World Exchange Plaza 45 O’Connor Street, Suite 1850 Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4 (613) 234.6313 For More Information 10