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Webinar 2 | Apr-16 | Shell Foundation: Learning from Failure

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From Heidi Hafes

“Failure” – the word usually carries a negative connotation. But for entrepreneurs, policymakers, and NGOs working to provide energy access to people in the “last mile”, failure can actually provide important lessons. Is failure an important ingredient to success?

In this webinar, we’ll gather experts who will talk openly about their experiences with failure from a variety of angles and why failure is actually an important element in successfully delivering energy access to remote communities.

What have they learned from these so-called “failures”? Must one fail to succeed? Most importantly, how can these stories of failure (and success) help remote villages to access energy, education, healthcare, etc.?

Our webinar series is a little different: each expert will speak for less than 10 minutes and will focus on their on-the-ground experience using photos to tell their story.

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Webinar 2 | Apr-16 | Shell Foundation: Learning from Failure

  1. 1. Shell Foundation: Learning from failure 20th April 2016 Heidi Hafes, Communications & Business Manager
  2. 2. SF Mission & Structure SF catalyses sustainable and scaleable solutions to global development challenges related to energy access, sustainable mobility & job creation We work with a few strategic partners to create new market-based models UK registered charity (established in 2000/endowment) Mixed Board of Trustees Up to US$25m per year SF Business Principles (protecting independence) We deploy more than money to scale and replicate viable solutions We leverage our independent but linked relationship with Shell where appropriate Principles Governance Funding Structure
  3. 3. CUMULATIVE IMPACT 2015 Jobs Created 39,000 Livelihoods Improved 33m Carbon Reductions 8m tonnes Leverage US$ 5.3bn 2018 TARGET 111,000 140m 36m tonnes US$8.9bn SF Impact To Date
  4. 4. 2000 to 2007: Learning from Pilots 2007 to date: Product & Service Pioneers 1 2 IMPACT Our A2E Journey: 2000 to 2014
  5. 5. M-KOPA Pay-as-you-go energy solution for low income consumers To date M-KOPA has improved 1 million lives in East Africa 300,000 units sold $100 million valuation M-KOPA are on track to exceed their ambition to improve nearly 10 million livelihoods by 2018
  6. 6. Envirofit High quality, efficient and affordable clean cookstoves 1 million stoves 5 million lives improved 17m tonnes CO2 saved over stoves lifetime
  7. 7. 2000 to 2007: Learning from Pilots 2007 to date: Product & Service Pioneers 2010 to date: Market Enablers & Catalytic Institutions 1 2 Our A2E Journey: 2000 to 2014 3
  8. 8. Addressing the Whole Energy Market Ecosystem Energy product manufacturers and service providers Market Enablers Rural Household Rural Community Rural Prod. Use Urban Supply Chain Intermediaries Catalytic institutions and industry bodies Finance Intermediaries Biomass Cookstoves Envirofit Solar Lighting d.light/M-KOPA Off-grid power – biomass, solar, hybrid, hydro Husk Power, Redavia, Absolute Cold Storage Inficold Smart Metering SparkMeter Rural Last Mile Dharma Life SME finance & WC IntelleGrow & RA fund Early Support Sangam, Factor(E), Intellecap Carbon Finance BIX Cookstoves GACC Lighting GOGLA Rural transport & logistics Logistimo Impact Finance Social Finance Energy Project Fin. Cross Boundary Market Acceleration Fast Track Credit Assessment Lendable, LendEnable Energy Eff. Equota Growth stage debt Agro process. (solar/thermal ) Energy Eff. Appliances Refrig’n Community applications health, water, education Big data for supply chains Agro-Finance Waste to Energy/New Fuels - biomass/biogas National Energy Policy & Regulation City resilience rooftop solar Current Core partners Incubation
  9. 9. Execution 1 Non-aligned vision 2 Wrong business model for market 3 Product or Service 4 Insufficient/short-term project finance 5 Fail fast, fail hard, fail early!
  10. 10. Energy value chain: Learning from failures 2002-2007: 9 pilots & $20m 2009: Informed business model & partner selection 2010: 3 pilots with MFIs in India 2009: Led to partnership with M-KOPA 2008-2009: Debt finance pilots 2011: Co-creation with IntelleCap to develop IntelleGrow 2008-2011: Tested new models; MFIs, NGOs, government, corporates & distribution companies 2010: Led to co-creation of Dharma Life Product Execution Capacity Business model Business model
  11. 11. Thank you! www.shellfoundation.org

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