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Australian Clean Technologies Competition 2012
Showcase & Awards Dinner Program & Company Profiles
4th October 2012
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Australian Cleantech Competition 2012
Showcase & Awards Dinner Program
Table of Contents
Welcome 2 Showcase Program 3 Awards Dinner Program 7 2011 Winner 10 Case Study 12 2012 Finalists 14 2012 Semi Finalists 22
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Welcome The Cleantech Open Competition is a hunt for the most promising clean technology innovation anywhere in the world. One national winner from each country will then compete, in November each year, against the winners from other countries at the global finals in California.
As a key initiative of the Clean Technologies Supplier Advocate industry development strategy, the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE) is funding the Australian competition, as part of this global event. DIISRTE has commissioned Australian CleanTech to manage the competition and has worked closely with the Competition Partners to deliver the greatest value for the Australian cleantech sector.
The Competition was launched by the Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Industry and Innovation, in May 2012. In July, we announced the 30 Semi Finalists that had qualified for the two months of intensive business mentoring to develop their business plans and growth strategies. Our aim was to help as many as possible of these companies to succeed and grow into global leaders in their field of clean technology.
In September, we announced the seven Finalists for the Australian competition. The Australian Winner will be announced at the Awards dinner at the Melbourne Aquarium on 4th October by the Parliamentary Secretary. The Winner will compete in the global Cleantech Open finals in November in California.
Many of these outstanding companies are presenting and exhibiting at this FutureBuild conference. The seminar also features leading cleantech venture capital investors from China, Korea and Australia, all looking for the best technologies that they can back and take to the world. The Finalists will be travelling to California in November to further grow their businesses.
I would like to thank the Competition Partners, Mentors and Judges for their generous donation of time, skill and effort - your input has helped many of the companies make significant progress. I also thank you for your time in visiting the exhibition, listening to the seminar or coming along to the dinner. The ultimate success of cleantech companies will only occur with engagement across the wider community and we ask that you act as ambassadors for the industry and tell people of the great companies that you have seen today.
Dr Marc Newson Clean Technologies Supplier Advocate
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Showcase Program Time Presenter Topic
Company Profile on Page
9:00 John O'Brien (MC for morning) Welcome 9:10 WELCOME - Right Hon Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne Official Opening
9:20 KEYNOTE - Dr Marc Newson, Clean Technologies Supplier Advocate Overview the industry, the opportunities in Australia and internationally.
9:30 KEYNOTE - Mr Daniel Zhu, Partner, Tsing Capital, Shanghai An overview of cleantech investing trends in China and opportunities for Australia
10:00 2011 WINNER - Taffy Horwood, SMAC Technologies SMAC Technologies: Progress since 2011 9 10:15 MORNING TEA 10:40 SEMI FINALIST PRESENTATIONS: SESSION 1
FINALIST - Ole Stockhausen, Aeratron Category: Energy Efficiency 15
Nick Christy, CINTEP Category: Energy Efficiency 25
Murray Hogarth, Energy Saving Networks Category: Energy Efficiency 28
Dr Phil Blythe, GreenSync Category: Smart Grid 31
11:30 SEMI FINALIST PRESENTATIONS: SESSION 2
FINALIST - Steve Cahill, enLighten Australia Category: Energy Efficiency 17
Bill Ellul, Rotary Heat Exchangers Category: Energy Efficiency 38
Robert Semmel, Smart Roof Australia Category: Energy Efficiency 40
Peter Collier, Timbercrete Category: Energy Efficiency 44
12:20 NETWORKING LUNCH 1:10 Marc Newson (MC for afternoon) Welcome
1:15 KEYNOTE - Mr Byung Gun Park, M-Ventures, Seoul An Overview of Venture Investment Trends in Korea and Korean VC’s Overseas Collaboration
1:45 SEMI FINALIST PRESENTATIONS SESSION 3
FINALIST - Michael Vainer, VR TEK Global Category: Air, Water & Waste 20
Robert Porter-Coote, H2O Organiser Category: Air, Water & Waste 32
John Cross, Recycling Solutions Category: Air, Water & Waste 37
Martin de Silva, ELE Australia Category: Renewable Energy 26
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Time Presenter Topic
Company Profile on Page
2:35 SEMI FINALIST PRESENTATIONS SESSION 4
FINALIST - Laurence Dunmmett, Biofiba Category: Green Building 16
Marcus Clayton, Bennett Clayton Category: Green Building 23
Ricardo Mucci, Casafico Category: Green Building 24
Shane West, Environmental Sciences Australia Category: Green Building 29
3:25 AFTERNOON TEA 3:45 CASE STUDY - Steve Rogers, Licella Case Study in Growing a Cleantech Company 11 4:00 SEMI FINALIST PRESENTATIONS SESSION 5
FINALIST - Vic Rosenberg, TropiGlas Category: Green Building 19
Malcolm Lambert, Intresto Category: Green Building 34
Chris Matthews, SilenceAir International Category: Green Building 39
Dr Raviprasad Krishnamurthy, nDure Technologies Category: Transportation 36
INVESTOR SUMMARY PANEL Mr Daniel Zhu, Partner, Tsing Capital Mr Byung Gun Park, M-Ventures, Seoul Mark Bonner, Southern Cross Venture Partners
5:25 John O'Brien Thank you & Summary
6:00 INFORMAL NETWORKING DRINKS AT A NEARBY HOSTELRY
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Showcase Speaker Biographies
Right Hon Robert Doyle Lord Mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle was elected in 2008 and is the serving Lord Mayor of Melbourne. Robert Doyle is a Principal at The Nous Group, a management consultancy business based in Melbourne and since 2007, has been Chairman of Melbourne Health (The Royal Melbourne Hospital). A Member of Victoria’s Parliament for 14 years, Robert was Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Liberal Party for four years. He has also been Shadow Minister for Health and, in government, Parliamentary Secretary for Health.
Dr Marc Newson Clean Technologies Supplier Advocate Since graduating in 1992, Marc has had an extensive career in environmental management and product development. He spent the first part of his career assessing the environmental performance of businesses in the manufacturing and engineering, power, mining, shipping and food sectors in Australia and overseas. Throughout this period he worked with the Federal and State governments on improving environmental reporting, negotiating cooperative agreements for emission reduction, designing performance metrics and training teams on environmental management techniques. He has also delivered ‘investor ready’ tools for cleantech investment, cleantech market analysis studies for industry bodies and governments to support policy development and funding mechanisms, ranked the Australian states for their investment attractiveness for large scale renewable energy, and led executive carbon market workshops.
Mr Daniel Zhu Venture Partner, China Environment Fund of Tsing Capital, Shanghai - www.tsingcapital.com Mr. Zhu has been provided strategic and investment advisory services for 15 years to Chinese and foreign clean-tech companies in the fields of solar, wind energy, bio energy, smart grid, solid waste, water and waste water treatment, recycling and city mining, eco agriculture, waste to power, industrial energy efficiency, clean transportation, energy storage, green buildings, LED, new material. Mr. Zhu hasalso advised national, provincial and regional governments on ecological city planning, cleantech industry development and cross border technology transfer. He received his BA in Economics from Zhejiang University China (top three University in China) and has remained a faculty member there in Finance. He earned an M.A. from Indiana University, USA.
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Showcase Speaker Biographies
Mr Byung Gun Park, Managing Director, M-Venture Investment, Seoul - www.m-vc.co.kr Mr Park is the Managing Director of M-Venture Investment that invests into domestic Korean and overseas technology companies in both venture and PE spaces. In this role he has led the investment into many companies including Glosil, a Korean silicon wafer manufacturer for solar cells and led the firm’s investment strategy and fund-raising. He was the chief fund manager for Korean government sponsored Korea-Israel Joint Fund by Korea Venture Investment Corp (KVIC). He previously worked for the KVIC where he led the international investment dept, taking the lead in the company’s investment and fund-raising overseas. In his early career he worked for Booz Allen Hamilton and Samsung Electronics. Mr Park holds a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He has published 3 papers as the f