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Tracxn Report: Bioenergy Startup Landscape, June 2016

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The United States has the most number of bioenergy companies in all the sub categories - production, technology developer, feedstock, and energy generation, with India, UK and Canada in second or third place.

The United States has the most number of bioenergy companies in all the sub categories - production, technology developer, feedstock, and energy generation, with India, UK and Canada in second or third place.

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Tracxn Report: Bioenergy Startup Landscape, June 2016

  1. 1. Bioenergy, June 2016 Tracxn World’s Largest Startup Research Platform 2
  2. 2. Bioenergy, June 2016 Contents Topic Page No. Scope of Report 05 Entrepreneur Activity 08 Investment Trend 10 Who is Investing 18 Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions 22 Sub Sector Analysis 25 Interesting Companies 40 Useful Links 45 Company List 47 Team 132 3 3
  3. 3. Bioenergy, June 20164 Illustrative Sectors We Track ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE MOBILE TECH FINTECH EDUCATION HEALTHCARE SECURITY STORAGE NETWORKING MOBILITY IT OPS CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE API MANAGEMENT BIGDATA INFRASTRUCTURE ENERGY WIND ENERGY SMART GRID BIOENERGY ELECTRIC VEHICLES NUCLEAR ENERGY BIOENERGY ENERGY STORAGE FUEL CELLS MOBILE COMMERCE MOBILE PAYMENTS MOBILE MARKETING MOBILE DEV TOOLS MOBILE HEALTH MOBILE GAMING MOBILE LEARNING MOBILE COMMUNICATION INTERNET OF THINGS 3D PRINTING BITCOIN PAYMENTS EDUCATION IT SELF LEARNING LIFE SCIENCES DIGITAL HEALTH ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS SAAS MOBILE-FIRST ENT. APPS INTELLIGENT ENT. APPS OPEN SOURCE RETAIL TECH MARKETING TECH STEALTH MODE VERTICAL SAAS
  4. 4. Bioenergy, June 20165 Sector Overview Scope of report This report covers companies that develop technologies, manufacture and supplies biofuels from various feedstocks, generate energy from biomass, cultivate crops for applications in biofuels and bioenergy. It excludes consultancy and service companies, large oil corporations with presence in bioenergy industry like Shell, BP, Exxon Mobil and also organization and labs which are purely research oriented. The scope of this report includes equity as well as debt funding received by the companies. Business Model Description Production Production of biofuels like biodiesel, bioethanol, biobutanol, biogas and other bio products which can be used for generating energy. Technology Developer Companies which develop technologies and build only plants to commercialize their technology. Companies developing technology on their own and producing the end products are covered under production Feedstock Biofuels feedstock generating companies for applications in biodiesel, bioethanol, biobutanol and biogas and other energy generation requirements Energy Generation Companies generating energy like electricity, heat or both from biomass and other bio sources.
  5. 5. Bioenergy, June 20166 Recent Activity
  6. 6. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 7 7
  7. 7. Bioenergy, June 20168 YoY – Number of companies founded 26 19 18 19 14 16 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 No.ofCompanies NexSteppe Beta Renewables Cellufuel Arvegenix Manta Biofuel Sustane Technologies Ignis Biomass UAB Lignoterma Vana Vidyut Engineered Carbon Solutions Qeshm Microalgae Biorefinery Exeterra
  8. 8. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 9 9
  9. 9. Bioenergy, June 201610 YoY – Number of Rounds and Total Funding $1.2B $0.8B $0.7B $1.5B $1.3B $1.0B $1.2B $1.3B $0.1B 42 51 38 55 72 56 51 50 14 0 16 32 48 64 80 0.0 0.3 0.6 1.0 1.3 1.6 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofRounds FundingAmount(inBillions) Funding Amount Number of Rounds • The number of funding rounds has been relatively constant in the past few years and total funding amount is slightly on a rise. • Average funding per round is decreasing since 2012 and the number of late stage investments also decreased. • Majority of rounds were grants from government organizations for promoting renewable energy technologies. Note: The funding includes debt rounds also.
  10. 10. Bioenergy, June 201611 YoY – Number of Rounds by Stage
  11. 11. Bioenergy, June 201612 YoY – Funding by Stage
  12. 12. Bioenergy, June 201613 Average Ticket Size – Early Stage
  13. 13. Bioenergy, June 201614 Top investments in last one year
  14. 14. Bioenergy, June 201615 Top investments in last one year
  15. 15. Bioenergy, June 201616 Funnel view of Sector
  16. 16. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 7 17
  17. 17. Bioenergy, June 201618 Most Active Investors in Sector 27 18 13 13 12 12 11 10 9 8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Khosla Ventures DoE USA Braemar Energy Flagship Ventures Dept. of Agriculture Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund I2BF Global Ventures Kleiner Perkins VantagePoint Capital Partners ATV NumberofCompanies LanzaTech Sapphire Energy NexSteppe Joule Unlimited Sapphire Energy LanzaTech EdeniQ Renmatix Cobalt Tech Coskata Amyris Algenol Enerkem Mascoma Community Fuels Cobalt Tech Solix Algredients EdeniQ Solazyme Rive Technology
  18. 18. Bioenergy, June 201619 Where are Top Investors investing
  19. 19. Bioenergy, June 201620 Top Investor by Stage of Entry
  20. 20. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 1 21
  21. 21. Bioenergy, June 201622 Top IPOs in last three years IPO Date Company Overview Funding Amount Mcap at IPO Exch:Ticker 07/18/2014 ampplc.co.uk Aggregated Micro Power (London, 2010) Gasification CHP & Biomas Boiler systems LON: AMPH 03/02/2012 ceres.net Ceres (Thousand Oaks, 1996) Feed stock manufacturer for cellulosic biofuels and bioenergy. Warburg Pincus, Oxford Bioscience Partners $75M NASDAQ:CERE 01/19/2012 regfuel.com Renewable Energy Grp (Ames, 1996) Advanced Bio fuels producer and Developer of renewable chemicals. $197M NASDAQ: REGI 07/01/2011 kior.com KiOR, Inc. (Pasadena, 2007) Bio ethanol and Bio Diesel manufacturer Khosla Ventures, Gates Foundation, Alberta, Leader Ventures $249M NASDAQ:KIOR 05/27/2011 solazyme.com Solazyme (Francisco, 2003) Algal-derived Biodiesel producer Lightspeed Venture Partners, Morgan Stanley, Chevron, Roda Group, VantagePoint Capital Partners, Bluecrest Capital Finance, DoE USA, HHVC, Braemar Energy, Zygote Ventures $119M NASDAQ:SZYM 09/28/2010 amyris.com Amyris (Emeryville, 2003) Renewable products for consumer and industry segments Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, TPG Growth, DAG Ventures, Temasek, Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Westly Group, ATEL Capital Group, Brazilian Development Bank, Total $427M NASDAQ:AMRS 04/02/2010 deinove.com Deinove (Grabels, 2006) Technology developer of ethanol from Deinococcus bacteria Truffle, Kepler Cheuvreux $23M EPA:ALDEI 7/17/2009 viridisenergy.ca Viridis Energy (Vancouver, 2009) Manufactures wood pellet biomass RBC, Nova Scotia OTCMKTS: VRDSF
  22. 22. Bioenergy, June 201623 Major Acquisitions in last one year
  23. 23. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 4 24
  24. 24. Bioenergy, June 2016 June 2016Tracxn BlueBox : Bioenergy 400+ companies in the sector, 205 funded, $452M invested in 2015-16 Practice Area - Energy | Analysts: @SaiKrishna 25
  25. 25. Bioenergy, June 201626 Top Business Models by Funding $3.5B $1.5B $550M $111M $23M 0 800 1600 2400 3200 4000 Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation Retail TotalFundingAmount(inMillions) # Cos. 147 171 49 30 3 8 3 8 1 1 Avg. Age 2005 2005.7 2005.5 2008.5 2011.3 2007.8 2007.5 2005.5 2009 2010 Amyris Fulcrum Bioenergy Joule Unlimited Lanzatech EdeniQ NextSteppe Shalivahana Group All Power Labs Propel Fuels
  26. 26. Bioenergy, June 201627 Production – Business Model Description
  27. 27. Bioenergy, June 201628 Production – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  28. 28. Bioenergy, June 201629 Production – Most Funded Companies
  29. 29. Bioenergy, June 201630 Technology Developer – Business Model Description
  30. 30. Bioenergy, June 201631 Technology Developer – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  31. 31. Bioenergy, June 201632 Technology Developer – Most Funded Companies
  32. 32. Bioenergy, June 201633 Feedstock – Business Model Description
  33. 33. Bioenergy, June 201634 Feedstock – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  34. 34. Bioenergy, June 201635 Feedstock – Most Funded Companies
  35. 35. Bioenergy, June 201636 Energy Generation – Business Model Description
  36. 36. Bioenergy, June 201637 Energy Generation – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  37. 37. Bioenergy, June 201638 Energy Generation – Most Funded Companies
  38. 38. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 9 39
  39. 39. Bioenergy, June 201640 Interesting Early Stage Companies Company Overview Business Model Total Funding algenol.com Algenol (2006, Fort Myers) Direct to ethanol technology provider by using algae biomass DoE USA, BioFields Technology Developer > Bioalcohol > Bioethanol $65M topellenergy.com Topell Energy (2008, Hoofddorp) Manufactures biomass by torrefaction PPM Oost, Innogy Venture Capital, Yellow&Blue Technology Developer > Biomass $16M allpowerlabs.com ALL Power Labs (2008, Berkeley) Energy generation equipment from biomass California Energy Commission Energy Generation > Technology Developer $5M arvegenix.com Arvegenix (2013, St. Louis) Pennycress feedstock producer Cultivation Capital, BioGenerator, Prolog Ventures, Missouri Technology, Monsanto, Black Creek Group, Prelude Ventures, St Louis Arch Angels, The Yield Lab Feedstock > Oil Seeds $2.5M transbiodiesel.com TransBiodiesel (2007, ) Catalysts for Biodiesel Fuels Aquagrofund Technology Developer > Catalyst $1.5M 2G Energy (2012, Heek) Cogeneration plants Energy Generation > Technology Developer CryoPur (2015, Paris) Biogas up gradation systems Technology Developer > Biogas Vertimass (2013, Irvine) Technology developer of bioethanol which can be mixed with hydrocarbon fuels Technology Developer > Bioalcohol > Bioethanol
  40. 40. Bioenergy, June 201641 Interesting Late Stage Companies
  41. 41. Bioenergy, June 201642 Interesting Late Stage Companies
  42. 42. Bioenergy, June 201643 Top Funded Deadpooled Companies
  43. 43. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 4 44
  44. 44. Bioenergy, June 201645 Useful Links Slide Title Content Platform Link List of All Companies in readable format Companies Link Large Upcoming Sectors Entrepreneur Activity Link Top investments in last one year Investment Trend Link Top IPOs in last three years Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Major Acquisitions in last one year Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Production – Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Technology Developer – Most Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link Feedstock – Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Energy Generation – Most Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Top Funded Deadpooled Companies Companies Link
  45. 45. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 6 46
  46. 46. Bioenergy, June 201647 Bioenergy – Company List DETAILS CLOSE TO 425 COMPANIES COVERS THE FOLLOWING SECTORS PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPER FEEDSTOCK ENERGY GENERATION
  47. 47. Bioenergy, June 201648 Production (1/30) Company Details Funding Investors Diacarbon Energy [Burnaby, 2009]: Diacarbon Energy produces renewable fuels from biomass providing waste solutions for pulp and paper, forest, and agriculture industries. The company offers biofuel products that include biocoal, which is a form of charcoal that is produced by pyrolysis at lower temperatures; biochar, a black charcoal substance produced from plant matter for agricultural use; and wood pellets. Its products are supplied to cement companies and other utilities in canada. $3.86M EDC, Sustainable Development Technology Canada Horizontal Sapphire Energy [San Diego, 2007]: Sapphire a venture capitalist back firm produces a renewable source of crude oil from algae biomass and operates algae-to-energy facility.This algae biomass is a sustainable, renewable, and scalable source of high value Omega-3 oils, high value aquaculture and animal feed ingredients and renewable fuels. Sapphire also developed a technology platform that uses non-potable water, such as seawater, and non-arable land to grow algae that captures CO2 in open ponds and provides renewable solutions that makes the planet more sustainable. Bill gates led cascade investment invested in series b funding for Sapphire energy. $290M Venrock, DoE USA, Wellcome, ARCH Venture, Monsanto, Arrowpoint Partners, Dept. of Agriculture Horizontal KiOR, Inc. [Pasadena, 2007]: KiOR founded by Khosla Ventures is a renewable fuels company developing a commercial process to produce cellulosic gasoline and diesel from abundant, lignocellulosic biomass. Unlike other renewable fuels derived from soft starches, cellulosic fuel is derived from lignocellulose found in wood, grasses and the non-edible portions of plants. With a two-step technology platform they converts non-food lignocellulose into cellulosic gasoline and diesel that can be transported using the existing fuels distribution system for use in vehicles on the road today. $249M Khosla Ventures, Gates Foundation, Alberta, Leader Ventures Horizontal Sundrop Fuels [Longmont, 2008]: Sundrop fuels company using a proprietary high-temperature Bioreforming system to transform cellulosic biomass into clean, affordable, renewable gasoline, jet and diesel fuels. It uses a high- temperature solar gasification process that turns natural gas combined with any plant material into liquid transportation biofuels. Sundrop Fuels is backed by its strategic partner, Chesapeake Energy Corp., and by two of the world’s premier venture groups, Oak Investment Partners and Kleiner Perkins Caufield &; Byers. $155M Chessapeake, Oak Investment Partners Horizontal Ensyn [Wilmington, 1984]: Ensyn Corporation manufactures and sells renewable liquid fuels from wood and agricultural residues. It offers cellulosic biofuels, including renewable fuel oil (RFO) for industrial heating fuel applications; generation of electricity from solid biomass; engine solution for biomass-based power generation; and refinery co-processing, which includes conversion of non-food cellulosic feedstocks to transportation fuels. $46.18M Chevron, Avrio Ventures Ltd, Fibria Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
  48. 48. Bioenergy, June 201649 Production (2/30) Company Details Funding Investors Horizontal Algae Int'l Group [ , 2008]: Algae International group developed a process called “InSym” that combines methane, CO2, fuel cells, nitrates, phosphates, sunlight and a specialized process to remove biomass and create HRD and HRJ fuel. The company changed its name to North American Cannabis Holdings. $5M AGS Capital Horizontal Zymetis [College Park, 2006]: Zymetis is a biotechnology company, that develops products for the renewable chemicals and advanced fuels industries. Their products are developed from novel enzymes to produce transportation fuels by achieving lower costs and improve yields and efficiencies. Their products include bioethanol and biodiesel. It was named to the 2009 GoingGreen East 50 Top Company List. $857K University of Maryland, MarylandBioCenter Horizontal Manta Biofuel [Baltimore, 2014]: Manta Biofuel, a startup biotechnology company, produces renewable crude oil from algae. It is operating on three step procedure : Grow, Harvest and convert. Manta biofuels grow algae and after harvesting them, the collected biomass is converted to crude oil by being subjected to high temperature and pressure, in a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). The oil produced is largely equivalent to petroleum and can be used as a drop in replacement at the refinery level. Chesapeake Bay Seed Capital Fund invested $150,000 in Manta Biofuel $150k Horizontal Hawai‘i BioEnergy [Honolulu, 2006]: Hawai`i BioEnergy LLC (HBE) is a consortium established by three of Hawaii's largest landowners - Kamehameha Schools, Grove Farm Company Inc, and Maui Land &; Pineapple Inc, along with venture capital partnerships including Vinod Khosla, Ulupono Initiative and Finistere Ventures. They have established this company to produce biofuels locally from Hawaii to reduce the dependence of foreign imports. The company has already tied up with several companies and associations to supply their bioethanol and jet fuel. Finistere Horizontal Thar Energy [Pittsburg, 2009]: Thar Energy is into technology development of concentrated solar where supercitical fluid is used for collecting solar energy and which is then moved to power recovery devices, such as turbines, solar energy storage and waste heat recovery. Besides this the company has interests in biofuels, hydrothermal, geothermal Thar Energy is backed by Ben Franklin Technology Partners. Thar is producing biodiesel from soyabeans and ethanol from algae by fermentation. Innovation Works, DoE USA Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
  49. 49. Bioenergy, June 201650 Production (3/30) Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
  50. 50. Bioenergy, June 201651 Production (4/30) Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
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  63. 63. Bioenergy, June 201664 Production (17/30) Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
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  77. 77. Bioenergy, June 201678 Technology Developer (1/36) Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
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  124. 124. Bioenergy, June 2016125 Energy Generation (1/6) Production Technology Developer Feedstock Energy Generation
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  130. 130. Bioenergy, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 1 131
  131. 131. Bioenergy, June 2016132 Team Abhyudai Gupta Lead Analyst, Energy Sai Krishna Senior Analyst, Energy

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