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POWERING THESOLAR INDUSTRYSunSi Energies Inc.OTCQB : SSIEDecember 2011
DISCLAIMER AND NON-GAAP FINANCIALMEASURESForward-Looking StatementsSome of the information on this presentation may contai...
SUNSI BUSINESS PROFILE    SunSi Energies Inc., through its operations in mainland China, manufactures     trichlorosilane ...
SUNSI PUBLIC COMPANY PROFILE “SSIE”-OTCQB• Shares Outstanding October 2011         29,999,628• Share Price January 1, 2011...
SUNSI BUSINESS OBJECTIVES• Acquire and develop a portfolio of high quality and  strategically located TCS producing facili...
WENDENG HE XIE SILICON CO. (WENDENG)•   On March 18, 2011 SunSi acquired a 60% equity interest in Wendeng He    Xie Silico...
WENDENG HE XIE SILICON CO. (Continued)                                         7
ZIBO BAOKAI COMMERCE AND TRADE CO.(BAOKAI)•   SunSi Energies completed the acquisition of 90 % of Zibo Baokai    Commerce ...
ZIBO BAOKAI COMMERCE AND TRADE CO.                                     9
GROWTH TARGETS IN TERMS OF PRODUCTIONSunSi’s target is to reach 140,000 MT of TCS capacity per year, which isestimated to ...
SUNSI CORPORATE STRUCTURE                             SunSi Energies                               Public Co.             ...
WHY PRODUCE TCS IN CHINA?Mercom Capital Group, LLC, a global clean energy communications andconsulting firm stated on May ...
SUNSI EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM - OVER 150 YEARS OF RELEVANT BUSINESS EXPERIENCERichard St-Julien, Chairman of the BOD & C...
FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR TCS & SOLAR DEMAND•Recently shipped first TCS order outside of China to Nitol Solar one of thelargest p...
COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS•   China is the low cost producer of TCS due to the abundance of raw    materials, existing infrastru...
RECENT EVENTS AND PROGRESS2011 and Recent Highlights•Closed its first acquisition of 90% of a TCS distribution company, Ba...
SunSi Energies45 Main Street, Suite 309Brooklyn, New York,11201Tel: 646-205-0291www.sunsienergies.cominfo@sunsienergies.com
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  1. 1. POWERING THESOLAR INDUSTRYSunSi Energies Inc.OTCQB : SSIEDecember 2011
  2. 2. DISCLAIMER AND NON-GAAP FINANCIALMEASURESForward-Looking StatementsSome of the information on this presentation may contain projections or other forward-looking statementsregarding future events or the future financial performance of the Company. We wish to caution you that thesestatements are only predictions and that actual events or results may differ materially. We refer you to thedocuments the Company files from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission, specifically, theCompanys most recent Form 10-K. These documents contain and identify important factors that could cause theactual results to differ materially from those contained in our projections or forward-looking statements. Recipientagrees not to use the information herein in violation of federal securities laws. This presentation is for discussionpurposes only and is incomplete without reference to, and should be viewed solely in conjunction with, the oralbriefing provided by SunSi.Non-GAAP Financial Measures From time to time, SunSi management may publicly disclose certain "non-GAAP financial measures" in the courseof its financial presentations, earnings releases, earnings conference calls, and otherwise. For these purposes, theSEC defines a "non-GAAP financial measure" as a numerical measure of historical or future financial performance,financial positions, or cash flows that excludes amounts, or is subject to adjustments that effectively excludeamounts, included in the most directly comparable measure calculated and presented in accordance with GAAP infinancial statements, and vice versa for measures that include amounts, or is subject to adjustments thateffectively include amounts, that are excluded from the most directly comparable measure so calculated andpresented. For these purposes, "GAAP" refers to generally accepted accounting principles in the United States.Non-GAAP financial measures disclosed by management are provided as additional information to investors inorder to provide them with an alternative method for assessing our financial condition and operating results.These measures are not in accordance with, or a substitute for, GAAP, and may be different from or inconsistentwith non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies. Pursuant to the requirements of Regulation G,whenever the Company refers to a non-GAAP financial measure, the Company will also generally present, themost directly comparable financial measure calculated and presented in accordance with GAAP, along with areconciliation of the differences between the non-GAAP financial measure it references with such comparableGAAP financial measure. 2
  3. 3. SUNSI BUSINESS PROFILE SunSi Energies Inc., through its operations in mainland China, manufactures trichlorosilane (TCS), a critical intermediate compound used to produce extremely pure polysilicon, a key element for the manufacture of computer chips and solar photovoltaic (“PV”) cells. “WITHOUT TCS THERE IS NO SOLAR INDUSTRY”• Currently TCS is an essential raw material used in the manufacturing of approximately 75% of all solar panels worldwide.• TCS or (SiHCl3) is a colorless liquid containing silicon, hydrogen, and chlorine. Companies involved in the manufacturing of TCS achieve the highest profit margin on the solar value chain. 3
  4. 4. SUNSI PUBLIC COMPANY PROFILE “SSIE”-OTCQB• Shares Outstanding October 2011 29,999,628• Share Price January 1, 2011 $2.89• Share Price December 05, 2011 $4.05• Management Share Ownership (a) 36.6%• Corporate Debt $-0-• Warrants and options outstanding -0-• Stockholders’ Equity as of 8/31/2011 $7,658,358(a) Shares voluntarily locked up until 2013 4
  5. 5. SUNSI BUSINESS OBJECTIVES• Acquire and develop a portfolio of high quality and strategically located TCS producing facilities in China, and in some cases obtain exclusive distribution rights for TCS.• Attain a critical mass for production of TCS that allows for increasing TCS market share.• Generate superior profitability and stock appreciation for our shareholders. 5
  6. 6. WENDENG HE XIE SILICON CO. (WENDENG)• On March 18, 2011 SunSi acquired a 60% equity interest in Wendeng He Xie Silicon Co., a TCS facility located in Weihai City, China.• Wendeng is a state of the art facility with a current annual production capacity of 30,000 metric tons (MT) of TCS.• All of the current management team members and employees have been retained by SunSi.• SunSi’s goal is to increase Wendeng’s capacity to a total of 75,000 MT per year by the end of June, 2012. 6
  7. 7. WENDENG HE XIE SILICON CO. (Continued) 7
  8. 8. ZIBO BAOKAI COMMERCE AND TRADE CO.(BAOKAI)• SunSi Energies completed the acquisition of 90 % of Zibo Baokai Commerce and Trade Co. in December 2010, a company that owns the exclusive worldwide distribution rights of all of the TCS produced by the Zibo Baoyun Chemical Plant (ZBC).• The ZBC facility is located in Zibo, Shandong and was commissioned in 2003. ZBC has an excellent track record of producing high quality TCS and selling some of their TCS production to billion dollar solar companies.• ZBC has grown from 67 MT the first year, to a current production capacity of 25,000 MT per year.• SunSi is already in discussions with major international clients where gross margins on TCS, are higher than TCS sold within China. 8
  9. 9. ZIBO BAOKAI COMMERCE AND TRADE CO. 9
  10. 10. GROWTH TARGETS IN TERMS OF PRODUCTIONSunSi’s target is to reach 140,000 MT of TCS capacity per year, which isestimated to represent approximately 30%+ of the Chinese TCS market, bythe end of 2012. Total Additional New Production Capacity Expected New Facility Expected to to be added to Acquired 2012(b) Controlled Wendeng in 2012(a) by SunSi by Current Current the end of Production Production 2012 Capacity at ZBC Capacity at via Baokai Wendeng as of Distribution 12/2011 Agreement New Production Baokai Wendeng Wendeng Facility Total 25,000 MT 30,000 MT 45,000 MT 40,000 MT 140,000 MT (a) Scheduled for completion by June 30, 2012 if funding for CAPEX can be obtained. (b) Assumes consummation of acquisition currently in advanced discussion stages 10
  11. 11. SUNSI CORPORATE STRUCTURE SunSi Energies Public Co. “SSIE” 100 % SunSi Energies Hong Kong Co. 60 % 90 % 90 % Wendeng He Xie Silicon New Production Zibo Baokai Trade Co. Ltd Co. (China JV) Facility(China) (China) 2011 2012(PROJECTED) 2010 Production Facility Production Facility if TCS Distribution Co. Segment Segment Acquisition Successfully Consummated 11
  12. 12. WHY PRODUCE TCS IN CHINA?Mercom Capital Group, LLC, a global clean energy communications andconsulting firm stated on May 2, 2011:“We estimate China represented just shy of 3% of global demand in 2010 butmore than 65% (and heading higher) of global solar production capacity. Thismakes China the world’s most important solar manufacturing country and weexpect its importance to continue to grow….”• China is the world’s low cost producer of TCS.• Strategically located facilities with a track record of success.• Excellent management teams with many years of running TCS facilities.•Existing base of billion dollar and other Tier I and Tier II polysiliconcompanies purchasing TCS from us.•Facilities have been built with the proper infrastructure to rapidly expandcapacity with efficient CAPEX. 12
  13. 13. SUNSI EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM - OVER 150 YEARS OF RELEVANT BUSINESS EXPERIENCERichard St-Julien, Chairman of the BOD & Chairman of ChineseOperationsPracticing attorney in the areas of Commercial and International Law.  Hasbeen involved in numerous business ventures as an entrepreneur in Canada,U.S., China as well as in other countries.David Natan, Chief Executive Officer, DirectorHas served as CFO for five U.S. public companies and was appointed CEO ofSunSi in December 2010. Extensive knowledge of public companies and directexperience with AMEX and NASDAQ.Jason Williams, Chief Financial OfficerPublic company experience at the CFO level. Expertise in public companyreporting, operations and SEC compliance.Yifeng Song, VP Global DevelopmentBig 4 international consulting experience. Expertise in energy-efficient andgreen technologies - multilingual including Mandarin. 13
  14. 14. FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR TCS & SOLAR DEMAND•Recently shipped first TCS order outside of China to Nitol Solar one of thelargest polysilicon makers in Russia. Receiving numerous inquiries from manyentities inquiring about placing future TCS orders.•There are a number of world-class polysilicon makers who make both TCSand polysilicon in the same facility. But these entities continue to outsource aportion of their TCS production. They do this because they cannot competewith the low cost of Chinese production.•The Chinese government announced in 2010 that they intend to spend $454billion over the next ten years on alternative energy, and to effect a Fivefoldincrease in Chinese solar production by 2020.This = five times the required TCS usage. 14
  15. 15. COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS• China is the low cost producer of TCS due to the abundance of raw materials, existing infrastructure and lower labor costs.• Barriers to entry are very high: (1) Expertise in running a TCS facility is difficult to obtain. (2) Licensing and permitting processes required to start a new facility in any location are onerous and time consuming. (3) Although environmental impact guidelines have become more stringent in China, it is still much easier to expand production in China in terms of timing and cost than to “greenfield” a new TCS plant in nearly anyplace else in the world.• New facilities cannot be brought on line as quickly as existing facilities that already possess the infrastructure for rapid future expansion.• Polysilicon makers continue to outsource TCS production, although higher efficiency is obtained by building combined facilities.• Polysilicon makers and other industrial purchasers of TCS are reluctant to commit production to new and unproven facilities. 15
  16. 16. RECENT EVENTS AND PROGRESS2011 and Recent Highlights•Closed its first acquisition of 90% of a TCS distribution company, Baokai, inDecember 2010.•Closed its second transaction with the acquisition of a 60% equity interest ina TCS manufacturing company, Wendeng, in March, 2011.•In 3Q11, emerged from development stage status to an operating entity.•In 4Q11, began generating significant revenues and recorded the firstprofitable quarter in Company history.•In June 2011 the Company fulfilled its payment obligation to Wendeng when$2.7 million in redeemable SunSi common stock was converted to equity.•Initiated the up-listing process to NASDAQ.•Raised total shareholder count from 45 shareholders of record in 2010, to430 shareholders of record as of August 31, 2011.•Shipped first TCS order outside of China to Nitol Solar(Russia).•Completed Phase I of Wendengs capacity expansion which increasedproduction capacity from 20,000 to 30,000 metric tons. 16
  17. 17. SunSi Energies45 Main Street, Suite 309Brooklyn, New York,11201Tel: 646-205-0291www.sunsienergies.cominfo@sunsienergies.com

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