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Forbis Vitality Arrangements, Inc. © Forbis Vitality Arrangements Inc, 2002 The Item Forbis Rooftop Framework Intelligent shade material layer with/without evaporative cooling Crevice licenses vanishing cycle Lessened rooftop temperature Diminishes vitality costs The Ecological Agony
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Forbis Energy Solutions, Inc. © Forbis Energy Solutions Inc, 2002

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The Product Forbis Roof System Reflective shade material layer with/without evaporative cooling Gap grants dissipation cycle Reduced rooftop temperature Reduces vitality costs

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The Environmental Pain Annual emanations stayed away from through diminished force utilization 80,000 sq ft retail assembling 60 Tons CO 2 0.2 Tons NOx EPA Air Quality Non-Attainment Areas (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Atlanta……) Reduction of “Heat Island Effect” Executive request 13123 Reduce Federal vitality utilization by 30% by 2005

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The Environmental Pain (source:

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The Financial Pain Retailer Operating Cost Reduction Cooling/Heating expenses (>50% aggregate force use) Utility crest interest rates/refunds Austin Energy charges $14.03 per kW amid crest interest periods $200 discount per kW of top interest decrease for vitality sparing advancements Mechanical hardware life Roof life excluded in financials: Insurance credits for hail resistance Emissions credits 2 Year assessed payback period

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The Financial Pain Estimated yearly cost investment funds by city for intelligent rooftop coatings, extra winter misfortunes included (source:

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Target Customers National, developing, retail markets (Kroger, H.E.B., Safeway, and so forth). Vast national retailers (Walgreen’s, Kohl’s, Target, and so on.) Large strip malls (Regency, LPC, Trammel Crow) shopping centers, (Simon) Single client structures (Brinker International). Institutional (schools, clinics, military, government) Convention Centers Airport terminals

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Potential Market Size and Growth Total Market: 5.46 Billion square feet of retail space. 27,968 U.S. retail strip malls under 100,000 square feet. Target Market: intensely cooled merchants. 2,512 Albertson’s, 1,747 Safeway’s, 3,473 Kroger’s, 275 H.E.B’s, 120 Brookshire’s 8,127+ units or 812,700,000+ square feet. Foothold: 275 units @ 50k or 13,750,000 s.f Secondary target: single client retail locations Public structures: schools, GSA, military, and so forth

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Technology Status The innovation is ensured by US patent # 6,161,362 (Issued12/19/2000) . Investigative model utilizing DOE 2.1E Conservative suspicions (thinks little of rooftop misfortunes) Results show $0.15 - 0.27/ft 2 reserve funds Texas Commission of Environmental Technology Grant $162,000 Requested Near full-scale test Design improvement May 17 Award

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Production Startup & Corp Offices: Austin, TX, Austin Technology Incubator or, Clean Energy Incubator Volume Production: San Antonio, TX Kelly USA, Free Trade Zone State Enterprise Zone No State or City Income or Corporate Tax Industrial Revenue Bonds Double Freeport Tax Exemption Training projects and help gifts Raw materials outsourced Eventual opposite combination into shade fabric mfg

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Distribution Direct deals to national records. Direct deals to institutional records. Direct deals to government accounts. Organization together with real material producer like Johns Manville Build to request to territorial material temporary workers.

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Funding Requirements $3,000,000 asked for Beta testing Further affirmation (EPA Energy Star, UL, neighborhood utility discount programs, and so on) Market rollout with quick scale up Production, dissemination setup Additional patent insurance

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Key Alliances Commercial Roofing items merchant. Worldwide Council of Shopping Centers National Retail Federation American Institute of Architects Construction Specification Institute Government Environmental Protection Agency Texas Natural Resource Commission Texas Department of Insurance

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Management Team Jack Forbis – Co-Inventor, CEO & President Ann Forbis – Co-Inventor, Vice President Rob Smithson – COO; 14 years involvement in worldwide car & aviation, prime supporter of ATI graduate organization, MSSTC, MSME David Shaw – CMO; 20 years business land & land improvement experience, MSSTC, BBA - Finance Matthew Sulman (Australia) – International Market Advisor & Counsel; Barristor & Solicitor, Trademark Atty Baker & Botts, Intellectual Property and Legal gathering

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Board of Advisors John Delatour - Managing Director, Regency Centers D. Kent Lance – Partner, Hill Partners Tony Dona - President, Trammel Crow Holdings Scott Dabney - President, D & D Financial Partners Greg Wilkinson - CEO, Hill & Wilkinson Construction Bill Albers - Retired CFO, Centex Homes Tom Harvey - AIA, ACHA, Sr. V.P., HKS Architects Bob Shaw - AIA, Partner, F&S Partners

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Milestones 2005 2002 2003 2004 2007 2006 EPA Approval Incorporate Institutional Market “A” Round Financing Beta Trial Alliances, Mgmt Team Complete Start EPA Approval Process Retailer Market Product Launch Government Market Initial Public Offering Design Complete First Sale

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Risks Organizational Structure (scaling, spinouts, proprietorship) Inability to scale quickly/absence of subsidizing Long government contract cycles Slow paying substantial retail accounts. Existing producers press the conveyance channel.

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Key Competitive Advantages Rare blend: Simple, yet patent-secured Very financially savvy Addresses key ecological issues Immense business sector

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Questions “Pain is unavoidable. Enduring is optional”-Adlai Stevenson “Hot climate is unavoidable. Enduring is optional” - Forbis Energy Inc.

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Competitive Advantage Direct cost reserve funds Massive business sector Patented with further licenses pending Management/Advisory group Lower expense/higher ROI Environmentally benevolent item Insurance advantage Easy to introduce Off-the-rack segments

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Financials – Our Costs

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Reflective Coating Deterioration

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Membrane Deterioration

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