Module 1 - Presentations presents summaries of a series of issues ranging from theoretical frameworks to concrete examples. Some include background information about energy, business, development or the environment. Others contain very specific information relevant to the various actors involved - entrepreneurs, financial intermediaries, government agencies and donor organizations. If you are new to this toolkit, visit the overview page and/or view the Summary Presentation below for a better idea of what tools are included and how you might best use them.

Toolkit Presentations:

  1. Summary Presentation
  2. Energy Framework, Parts One and Two
  3. Toolkit Framework Examples
  4. The Magnitude of the Energy Access Challenge

Presentation Library:
  • IPCC AR4 WG1 "The Physical Science Basis"
  • IEA ETP 2008
  • Energy and the MDGs
  • E+Co and the Energy Enterprise Model
  • AREED and the Energy Enterprise Toolkit
  • UNFCCC How to Prepare and Present Proposals
  • Princeton CMI - Climate Stabilization Wedges
  • UNDP Energy Subsidies in Developing Countries
  • ArcFinance Linkages between Energy and Microfinance
  • RETScreen Legal Aspects of Clean Energy Projects

Presentation Slides:

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Toolkit Presentations

1. Summary Presentation: In less than 20 slides, this presentation hits all the major themes and modules of this Toolkit and makes the case for the increased use of small and growing businesses as a competitive and effective delivery mechanism for improved energy services to the large under-served portion of the world's population.

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2. Energy Framework: Parts One and Two describes the macro and micro approach to this work.

At the macro level (Part One), we examine the importance of achieving a balance among three factors: 1 - technology, 2 - policy, and 3 -enterprise. We use a triangle as a visual reference, the sides of which, when connected, determine the impact potential of what is being designed. In approaching technology we take the broad view: that technology is any available means to accomplish an end, not just hardware. Policy is all the levers and gears, from pricing and subsidy to standards and labeling, that decision-makers have at their disposal. And enterprise, by far the weakest side in our experience, represents the business or business-like entity responsible for implementation and sustainability.

At the micro level (Part Two) we continue the theme of implementation and sustainability by focusing on the Enterprise-Customer relationship and the eight factors we believe greatly impact the success or failure of any initiative. On the Enterprise side they are entrepreneur, technology, support services and financing. On the Customer side they are demand, knowledge level, support services and financial menu.
Energy frameworks (I and II) -.ppt [1-27-09]
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3. Toolkit Framework Examples presents a few examples of the macro- and micro-level frameworks in action by taking some of the Case Study materials and creating a presentation that could either stand on its own or be used to amplify the preceding presentation for an audience that may want more concrete rather than theoretical information.
Energy Framework Examples (BSP and Toyola) -.ppt [1-27-09]
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4. Magnitude of the Energy Access Challenge aims to create context and parameters for the energy access challenge. It traces the sources of the regularly quoted "two billion people" un-served and then attempts to answer the question, "What would it take (in financial, services and entrepreneurial resources) to meet this challenge?", comparing the result with other energy challenges we face. We are not so smug as to believe we know the answer, so the presentation is accompanied by a financial model that allows users to substitute their best thinking on such issues as: cost to provide basic energy services, enterprise capability to implement, subsidy level required and so on.
Magnitude of the Energy Access Challenge -.ppt [1-30-09]
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Presentation Library

The Presentation Library is a set of documents from the IPCC, IEA, and others, that can serve as useful background information and data points.

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Presentation Slides

Presentation Slides listed below are for use in assembling "fit-for-purpose" presentations. At the end, there is also a link to the IPCC's slide database.

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MDGs and Energy

List of Energy Enterprise Planning Tools


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Enterprise-Customer Relationship: Eight Key Factors

Technology-Policy-Enterprise Balanced Approach


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The Clean Energy SBG Universe

The SGB Universe: Business Models


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Energy Forecasts to 2030, Business as Usual Scenario

Energy Forecasts to 2030, Alternative Policy Scenario


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Enterprise Photos

IPCC 4th Assessment Report, Working Group 1
Final Figures can be found here.