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Investor Slide Deck -Square1 Energy, LLC

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  1. 1. Investment Opportunity Overview Emissions Reduction and Fuel Efficiency Enhancement for Every Combustion Engine In the World March 2016
  2. 2. This Presentation/Document is based upon information supplied by the management of Square1 Energy, LLC (“Square1 Energy” or the "Company") and is being furnished on a strictly confidential basis, solely for use by prospective investors. Each recipient of this presentation/document agrees that all of the information contained herein is confidential and is not to be used for any purposes whatsoever except to assist the recipient in evaluating the Company. Each recipient agrees to keep the information contained herein in strict confidence and, neither directly nor indirectly, to reproduce or transmit in any form or by any means any of the information contained herein or to disclose such information to any person, firm, or corporation without the prior written consent of the Company. This presentation/document contains forward-looking statements reflecting Square1 Energy, LLC’s current forecast of certain aspects of the Company's future. It is based on current information that has been assessed, but which by its nature is dynamic and subject to rapid and even abrupt changes. Forward-looking statements may include, without limitation, statements regarding growth projections, including financial forecasts and the projected rollout of the Company's products. The Company's forward-looking statements should be considered in the context of these and other risk factors. All future written and oral forward-looking statements made by the Company on its behalf are also subject to these factors. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Securities laws vary from state to state and investors should seek independent legal advice regarding compliance with applicable securities laws in connection with any investment in the Company. The securities of the Company are not registered under United States securities laws. This presentation/document is not a prospectus or a public offering in any jurisdiction. 3/1/20162 Forward Looking Statement
  3. 3. A Leading Edge Technology Company Positioned for Dynamic Growth and a Solid ROI ∗The Benefits of our 2.0 Technology ∗ Reduced Emissions ∗ Reduced Fuel Consumption ∗ Reduced Maintenance ∗ Reduced Downtime ∗ Increased Engine Oil Life ∗ Increased Torque/Horsepower
  4. 4. 4 - Quality Built- Quality Built 3/1/2016
  5. 5. ∗ Market in need of a solution for mounting emissions regulatory pressure and for high and rising fuel and maintenance costs ∗ Proven, audited product performance by Hydro-Maxx line that provides an immediate solution for both emissions and fuel costs ∗ Immediate sales opportunities across trucking, marine, rail, heavy equipment and stationary generator sectors in North America and Europe with 1-2000+ unit potential per customer ∗ Sound company structure – re-organized for speed to market; low CAPEX required to launch ∗ Experienced management team in place to execute finance and commercial launch plan ∗ Experienced R&D and manufacturing team in place 5 The Square1 Energy OpportunityThe Square1 Energy Opportunity 3/1/2016
  6. 6. ∗ Proven, market-ready products with market presence and a history – Hydro-Maxx 2.0 and SIC ∗ Pre-2014 >70 units built and tested for performance data, proof of durability, fine-tuning and commercial use ∗ Numerous hard data runs with definitive proof of performance ∗ Increasing market opportunity from regulatory pressures and rising fuel costs ∗ Current competitor technology limits (our SIC is transformative technology) ∗ Lowest cost AND the most effective solution to a HUGE problem ∗ Proprietary IP: Trade secrets and issued patent ∗ Platform technology ∗ Multiple Markets ∗ Multiple Applications ∗ Multiple Penetration Strategies Available 6 A Timely SolutionA Timely Solution 3/1/2016
  7. 7. 7 US Market Potential Selected Segments Market Segment US Installed Base Product Price (avg.) Market share Complete System Revenue SIC Revenue SIC + Tubes Revenue Over the Road Transportation             Passenger car 135,399,945 $3,500 2% $9,477,996,150 $2,707,998,900 $3,791,198,460 Non-passenger car 2-axle 4-tire vehicles 99,124,775 $4,000 2% $7,929,982,000 $1,982,495,500 $2,775,493,700 Medium/Heavy Trucks and Buses 9,640,966 $10,000 5% $4,820,483,000 $482,048,300 $867,686,940 Non-Road Diesel Equipment             Off Road Diesel Vehicles/ Equipment 850,000 $10,000 5% $425,000,000 $42,500,000 $68,000,000 Marine 450,000 $20,000 5% $450,000,000 $45,000,000 $99,000,000 Locomotives 22,000 $30,000 5% $33,000,000 $2,200,000 $4,840,000 Stationary Diesel Generators 658,649 $20,000 5% $658,649,000 $65,864,900 $144,902,780 Other             Industrial/Commercial boilers 582,805 $6,000 5% $174,841,500 $29,140,250 $40,796,350 Irrigation 546,308 $6,000 5% $163,892,400 $27,315,400 $38,241,560 Total 111,875,503     $24,133,844,050 $5,384,563,250 $7,830,159,790 3/1/2016
  8. 8. 8 Multiple ApplicationsMultiple Applications 3/1/2016
  9. 9. In electrolysis an electric current is used to separate water into its components – hydrogen and oxygen. The electricity enters the water at the cathode, a negatively charged electrode, passes through the water and exits via the anode, the positively charged electrode. The hydrogen is collected at the cathode and oxygen is collected at the anode. 9 The Science-The Science- Basic ElectrolysisBasic Electrolysis 3/1/2016
  10. 10. HHO Cell/Generator Recovery-Reservoir Bubbler- Separator +12v +12v 0v 0v Battery Output Hydrogen-Oxygen Generator Functional Diagram HHO Cell/ Generator ; Cracks water (H2O) into H-H-O gas Recovery- Reservoir ; Recovers Electrolyte from cell and stores additional fluid Bubbler- Separator; Separates HHO Gas from Electrolyte Flow Flow Electrolyte/ HHO Gas Electrolyte HHO Gas HHO to Engine “BRUTE FORCE” Electrolysis System Bubbler/ Separator 10 3/1/2016
  11. 11. HHO Generator Recovery- Reservoir The Square1 Energy Hydrogen-Oxygen (HHO Gas) Generator Functional Diagram HHO to Engine Servo Integrated Controller Power Distribution Board Power Multiplier Module Voltage/Current Feedback Device Temperature Feedback Device Communication Network System Interface Board Separator /Stripper Gas Processing Tanks Gas Micronizer Gas Serrator Pressure Infuser Fluid Refill System Fluid Circulator Continuous Feedback Loop Level Sensing Circuit CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY EMF Attenuator Fluidic State Conditioner- Dryer 11 Hydro-Maxx Advantage >Absolute Control >Maximum Efficiency >Higher Quality Gas 3/1/2016
  12. 12. ∗ Patented Servo Integrated Controller (SIC) driven system ∗ Voltage/current and temperature feedback sensors ∗ Continuous operation ∗ Expanded fluid replacement schedule ∗ Virtually maintenance-free ∗ Precise H/O gas delivery ∗ Proprietary plating in reactor cell ∗ Most gas produced per amps used ∗ Most efficient electrolyte ratio ∗ Extreme durability 12 The AdvantageThe Advantage 3/1/2016
  13. 13. ∗ For Diesel Engines, Hydrogen Injection is the only known technology to significantly reduce emissions without a fuel penalty. (Unlike other emissions gear.) ∗ A majority of emissions are merely unburned fuel. ∗ Diesel Hydrogen Injection offers a more complete burn of fuel. ∗ Since more of the fuel is combusted, there are fewer emissions. 13 Benefits of H/O InjectionBenefits of H/O Injection Emission Percent Reduction NOx Up to 60% Carbon Monoxide (CO) Up to 100% Hydrocarbons (HC) Up to 100% Particulates (PM) Up to 95% Opacity (Smoke) Up to 70% Approximate amount of emission reduction you can expect by utilizing our systems. 3/1/2016
  14. 14. Reduced Exhaust Emissions (combined HC, CO, NOx, WCBSFC, Particulate Matter) 20% to 90% reduction in emissions Increase in Engine Power and Torque Between 8% and 12% Reduced Fuel Consumption Between 10% and 40% (depending on engine’s age / mileage, and load) Reduced Lubricating Oil Degradation Minimum 30% Decreased Maintenance Costs Minimum 30% Increased Maintenance Intervals Minimum 30% 14 Benefits of H/O InjectionBenefits of H/O Injection 3/1/2016
  15. 15. 15 -- Expertly EngineeredExpertly Engineered 3/1/2016
  16. 16. ∗ Electrical Fail Safes ∗ Micro-Computer Controller – Servo Integrated Controller (SIC) ∗ Over-Pressure Switch ∗ Collision Detection Switch – Optional ∗ Oil Pressure Switch Interlock – Works Only When Engine Is Running ∗ Safety Chain – Circuit Design Shuts Down System If Any Input Is Taken Away ∗ Temperature Control ∗ Current Control ∗ Low Voltage Sensing ∗ Fused Output On All Devices ∗ Operates Only When Vehicle is Running ∗ High & Low Level Fluid Level Switches 16 Designed SafeDesigned Safe Built SafeBuilt Safe 3/1/2016 ∗ Mechanical Safeties ∗ Operates at low pressure: Nominal < 5PSI ∗ UL Listed, Pressure Relief Valve ∗ “Hydrogen” Rated Fittings ∗ Safety Check-Valves ∗ Redundant Anti-Detonation Tanks ∗ Power Fail-Safe Valves – Instant Venting Of Gases ∗ High Pressure Hose, Rated 2500 PSI ∗ All Stainless Steel Enclosure
  17. 17. 17 Conclusively Tested Carty & Carty Trucking Fed Ex Critical City Hauler Over The Road driving Stop & Go City Driving Heating/Cooling Unit 3/1/2016
  18. 18. 3/1/201618 Test Results Test/Vehicle Purpose/Notes Duration/Miles Data Collection Results Fuel Savings Emissions Reduction Volvo Truck 16 liter Certified Low-idle engine Test long haul durability, fuel savings and emissions reduction over multiple seasons- 183,000 miles 9 months Client Data 10% 100%* *residual trace emissions too small to measure FedEx Refrigerated Container- Reefer Engine only Test emissions reductions- successfully met CARB standard and enabled vehicle to enter CA 6 Months Client Data 33% 98.8% City Trash Collection Truck Tested emissions impact only under stop-start conditions- showed immediate emissions reduction, increased power- completed daily route and hour faster 45 days S1E Tested NA 48.4% 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab pickup truck with 7.3-liter diesel engine. Tested fuel savings and emissions reduction in controlled circumstance 60 test runs at multiple speeds Dynamometer 3rd party data 17% Average of all tests 21% Average of all tests Dump Coal Hauler Truck Rosebud Mining Operation- new trucks (not low idle) Tested product reliability and fuel savings- cold weather (down to 15F) - extreme rough terrain- suspension broke but HM persisted- emissions not observed 5 months 3rd party data 18% NA Motor Coach and Race Car Trailer – Caterpillar C-15 engine Tested for emissions reductions and fuel savings- pulled consistent 80,000lbs on long haul over the road Used over 3 years Tests conducted at 12,000 miles 3rd party data 28.4% 31% Ground Power Unit Airport Operations Tested for emissions reductions and fuel savings- lab environment- fuel consumption tracked by measuring tank weight- 8 week test period S1E/Client confirmed 18.4% 60% Transport Lux – Belgium 10-liter Over The Road Urban (Day Trips) Tests conducted by KHLim university- Tested for fuel savings- test period was after 6 months of operation of Hydro-Maxx 18 months 122,000 kilometers Transics (3rd party) GPS Data collection 16.6% NA Waukesha F1905 Raw Natural Gas Engine The objective of the field test was to evaluate the potential for the system to achieve Title V emissions standards for this class of engines. # Months total use- 2 Day testing period EPA certified 3rd party data NA Carbon Monoxide (CO) emissions were reduced by 77% VOC and formaldehyde emissions were reduced by 6% and 17% respectively. Engine vibration essentially disappeared within 5 minutes
  19. 19. 19 S1E, LLC Funding HistoryS1E, LLC Funding History 3/1/2016 Financing History ∗ July 2014 - Q3 2015 ∗ $1,500,000 Private Equity Raised- Class A Units (Preferred) ∗ Q1 2016- ∗ $50,000 private loan ∗ Sold soft asset for $75,000 ∗ Continue Series A Offering- up to $500,000
  20. 20. ∗ Multi-unit test arranged with global heavy equipment/materials company. Target 10,000 engines/pieces of equipment ∗ Multi-unit test arranged with KY mining company operating 100’s of above- and below-ground generators and machines. ∗ Bid acceptance expected in Q2 in N. African city for 300+ units on public transport at excellent margins ∗ Strategic Finders and Introduction Agreement with U.S. based cleantech consulting firm, including internationally-acclaimed Ukrainian emissions expert, to introduce S1E technology to key European officials. ∗ First test, focused on emissions reduction, expected on numerous public transport vehicles in large Ukrainian city. ∗ Strategic venture with global shipping industry consultants to secure R&D commitment and funding for scaling up to Large Marine application testing. ∗ Developing coalition of strategic partners for funded Rail Industry application emission testing and scale-up engineering. ∗ In negotiations with Chinese emissions products distributor, for testing and distribution. 20 Current DevelopmentsCurrent Developments 3/1/2016
  21. 21. Execution Team ∗ Ed Stahl, Chief Executive Officer (interim), and Board of Managers, has 35 years of sales, marketing, management, and operations experience and is a 14 year veteran of the renewable energy industry. As an independent consultant, he provides start-up, strategy and development consulting services in the renewable energy industry. Mr. Stahl has successfully guided the strategic development and start-up of three grassroots ethanol plants in Kansas with development costs in excess of $325 million. ∗ Timm Finfrock, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer (interim), and Board of Managers, is one of the world’s foremost experts in the field of hydrogen and its related use in internal combustion engines. He has over 26 years of experience in the field of robotics, material handling, and special purpose application for internationally recognized companies. He has expertise in automation application, coupled with his knowledge of hydrogen as a fuel supplement and provided science leadership and engineering support to S1E. Mr. Finfrock is the inventor listed on the patent for the Servo Integrated Controller technology and its application in Hydro-Maxx™. ∗ Jerry Loeh Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, and Board of Managers, holds a Degree in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. He has 38+ years’ experience in business development, chemical plant process engineering, manufacturing, R&D, technology licensing and product/toll/commercial management. Mr. Loeh was global business development and global product manager for Monsanto and Solutia and is experienced in helping commercialize new technologies in the chemical and alternative energy industries. 21 Management TeamManagement Team 3/1/2016
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