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Walter Schindler:  

US Pioneer  in  Sustainability:    Thought  Leadership     in  Sustainable  Innovation   from  1980  through  the  present  moment     in  energy,  water  and  other  global  resources    


Walter Schindler     Expertise:    Strategy,  Capital,  Mergers  and  Acquisitions   Education:   •  B.A.,  M.A.,  Ph.D.,  all  with  honors,  Yale  University   •  J.D.,  with  honors,  Harvard  Law  School   •  Fulbright  Scholar,  Italy   •  Bates  Fellow,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  University    

Experience: •  World  Economic  Forum   •  Board  of  Directors,  Fulbright  Canada  Foundation   •  A  Leader  of    3    US  Trade  Missions  to  Europe  on  Clean  Energy  &   Sustainable    Investment;  co-­‐lead  with  Deutsche  Bank  on  first  Mission   •  Strategic  Advisor  in  over  60 M&A  and  IPO  transactions,  including     Ultrasystems,  PIMCO,  Callaway  Golf  and  RemedyTemp   •  Chief  Executive  Roundtable  —  UC  Irvine   •  More  than  25  early  renewable  power  and  cogeneration  projects   •  Former  Managing  Partner,  Gibson  Dunn  &  Crutcher,  Orange  County,  CA   •  Founder  of  SAIL  Capital  Partners  LLC  


Recent Awards:  International  Recognition   “Best  firm  for  Cleantech  and  Energy  Technology  Investment  2016”-­‐-­‐-­‐      Wealth  and   Finance,  London   “Best  Sustainable  Investment  CEO  2016  –  New  York”  -­‐-­‐-­‐Corporate  Vision  Magazine,   United  Kingdom     “Venture  Capital  Expert  of  the  Year  2016  –  New  York”  -­‐    Corporate  Vision  Magazine,   United  Kingdom   “US  Game  Changer  of  the  Year  2016”  -­‐-­‐-­‐ACQ5  Magazine,  ,  London   “Most  Outstanding  Cleantech  Venture  Capital  Firm  2017”    -­‐-­‐-­‐Corporate  Vision   Magazine,   UK   “Best  Cleantech  Private  Equity  Firm  2017”  -­‐-­‐-­‐                  Wealth  and  Finance  International,   London   “Advisory  Firm  of  the  Year  2017”  -­‐-­‐-­‐                Finance  Monthly  Magazine,  London   “Niche  Investment  Firm  of  the  Year  2017  (Cleantech)”  -­‐-­‐-­‐ACQ5,  London   “Niche  Investment  Firm  of  the  Year  2017  (Energy)”  -­‐-­‐-­‐ACQ5,  London  


Recent Awards:  International  Recognition   “Most  Innovative  Venture  Capitalist  2017”  -­‐-­‐-­‐                  Wealth  and  Finance  International,   London   “Most  Innovative  Sustainable  Investment  Firm  (Energy  and  Water)  2017”   -­‐-­‐-­‐                Wealth  and  Finance,  London     “Recognised  Excellence  in  Sustainable  Investments  USA  2017”    -­‐-­‐-­‐                Wealth  and   Finance,  London     “Best  Sustainable  Investment  CEO  2017”  -­‐-­‐-­‐Corporate  Vision  Magazine,  United   Kingdom     “Alternative  Energy  Private  Equity  Advisory  Firm  of  the  Year  2017”  -­‐-­‐  Worldwide   Financial  Advisor  Awards  Magazine  Annual  Advisers  2017     “Honorable  Mention  Eco  Person  of  the  Year  2017”  –  United  States  Green  Business   Counsel  OC    

Private Equity  Manager  of  the  Year,  Foundation  &  Endowment  Money   Management  (2013)    


A Proven  History  of  Thought  Leadership   Timeline  of  events  and  historical  track  record   1980’s 1980  –  First  renewable  power     project  developer  was  his   client   1981  -­‐-­‐-­‐                IPO  of  UltraSystems   1983  -­‐-­‐-­‐  First  utility  scale     renewable  power  plants   1985  -­‐-­‐-­‐  #1  performing  stock  in     NASDAQ  or  NYSC   1988  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Merger  of   UltraSystems    and  LG&E   1989  –  Advised  first  co-­‐-­‐-­‐     generation  projects  in   industry    for  generation  of   power  from    waste  steam  

1990’s 1990  –  Advised  Security  Pacific     Bank  re:  LBO  of  Jorgensen  Steel   1992-­‐-­‐-­‐1994  –  Structured  spin  off     of  PIMCO  from  Pacific  Life   1990’s  -­‐-­‐-­‐    IPO  of  Callaway  Golf   (1992);  advised  the  founder   of    New  Horizons,  now  the   largest    computer  training   company  in    the  world   1995-­‐-­‐-­‐98  –  Co-­‐-­‐-­‐Founder  and     Manager  of  private  hedge   fund    with  56%  IRR  in  public   securities    investments   1999  –  founding  of  SAIL  Capital  

2000’s   2001  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Invested  in  first     environmental  fuel   additives    company  to   reduce  pollution   2006  –  Invested  in  first  movers   in    energy  storage  &  efficiency,     HVAC  motors,  water   purification   2008  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Invested  in   innovation  in    waste   water  recycling   2010  –  Early  backer  of  women-­‐-­‐-­‐     led  businesses  with  future360.tv   2012  –  Next  generation   of    drones   2015  –  advised  investors   to  create  sustainable   bonds  


Visionary Success:    WaterHealth  Interna-onal  Inc.   •  WaterHealth  International  Inc.  (  www.waterhealth.com  )   is   now   the   world   leader   in   providing   pure   drinking   water     systems   to   rural   villages   through   sustainable   capitalism.   • 

The Company  is  now  both  profitable   and    sustainable  with  global  impact  !  

•  Serving over  7 million  people  every  day  in  Africa  &   India…  and  growing  ….with  solar  powered  water   systems…..   •  Launched  in  2006  with  only  $4 million  from  SAIL  Capital     Partners  LLC  and  $7 million  from  our  valued  strategic     investment  partner  Dow  Chemical  Venture  Capital  


WaterHealth International  Inc:        an  example  of  global  investment  vision  

WHI FINANCIAL INVESTORS •  Strong investor syndicate sees significant •  profitable growth potential of a sustainable, scalable platform that meets a critical need for more than a billion under-served people: •  The company has now become profitable.

CUSTOMERS and PARTNERS •  Safe Water for Africa Partnership formed to establish 200 WaterHealth centers in West Africa bringing safe water access to two million people •  Grant awarded by Netherlands Enterprise Agency to install 85 WH centers in Ghana •  USAID funds WH centers in Bangalore, India •  280 water distribution points in Delhi


The next  generation  is   Transformation   where  technology,  energy  and  water  converge    


Current Focus:  Technology  Convergence     and  Waste  to  Value  Transformation  

1.    Use  of  drones  for  inspection  in  the  oil  and  gas  fields,  including        the  detection  of  methane  and  other  leaks    2.    Use  of  drones  to  inspect  pipelines  for  breaks  and  fissures    3.    New  advanced  materials  for  pipelines  for  oil,  gas,  or  water    4.    Electronic  detection  of  breaks  and  fissures  with  highest          potential  to  break    5.    Several  major  waste-­‐to-­‐value  infrastructure  investments  and        acquisitions    6.    Several  new  waste  recycling  technologies    7.    Joint  venture  with  two  large  energy  companies  and  strategic        advisory  role  for  several  large  energy,  power  and              infrastructure  projects          8.    New  drill  bit  technology  50%  faster  and    significantly          more  effective,  at  lower  costs  


Current Focus:    Energy  and  Water  Technologies    

9.  New  hydrogen  production  technology  project     10.  New  nano-­‐fiber  technology  for  oil-­‐spill  recovery,    including    breakthrough  manufacturing  technology  for    producing  nano  fiber  material  to  specification  for  oil  &    gas  applications  at  5  kg/hour  (versus  current  ~4  kg/day)   11.      Fracking  without  water  or  chemicals   12.    Energy  development  of  a  cattle  ranch  in  South  Texas      without  harming  water  or  cattle.    The  site  is  a  49-­‐square    mile  ranch  with  a  rich  carbonate  layer  in  a  2,500  thick      shale.    Supported  by  3-­‐D  seismic.           13.    Field  deployable  technology  for  converting  stranded,    flared    or  associated  gas  into  clean  diesel  fuel  and  other    products    


Current Focus:    Water  and  Soil  Remediation    

14.  Biological treatment  for  removing  hydrocarbons  and      dissolved  solids  from  produced  water,  process  water,      sludge,  landfills  &  other  waste  streams   15.   Proprietary,  chemical-­‐free  water  treatment  technology       for  removing  biological  pathogens  from  water-­‐-­‐ applications  in  the  oilfield  and  other  applications     16.    Proprietary,  chemical-­‐free  water  treatment  technology    for  removing  solids  and  salts  from  water   17.  Proprietary  thermal  electric  technology  for  making    waste  heat  into  electricity                      


Walter Schindler:   US  Pioneer  in  Sustainability:    Thought  Leadership     in  Sustainable  Innovation   from  1980  through  the  present  moment     in  energy,  water  and  other  global  resources     wschindler@sailcapital.com    

Sustainable transformation 5 28 2018  
Sustainable transformation 5 28 2018  
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