Paulo Puterman, Co-Founder of Sykue Bioenergya, In-class comments (November 8, 2011), Video Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Bahia's savannah-like conditions were perfect for growing elephant grass, a biomass with significant energy-generating potential. In November 2010 the first plant was on-line and Power Purchasing Agreements (PPAs) had been signed for 27 MW of the 30 MW capability.

In spite of this achievement, however, the four years between concept and execution were trashed with management setbacks, including an abundance of debt, dearth of capital, and increased skepticism among clients and prospective investors about the potential of the endeavor. This case is instructed in Energy executive education seminars and the HBS executive education Global Agribusiness. The case is also proper for the organizational congruence module of the first year MBA course Leadership and Organizational Behavior, and second year MBA electives Innovation Management and Top Energy Company.

Paulo Puterman, Co-Founder of Sykue Bioenergya, In-class comments (November 8, 2011), Video case study solution

PUBLICATION DATE: March 14, 2012 PRODUCT #: 412704-VID-ENG

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