Crédit Agricole CIB. Green Notes. Contributing to a more climate-friendly economy. Report as of the end of July Sustainable Banking - PDF

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Crédit Agricole CIB Green Notes Contributing to a more climate-friendly economy Report as of the end of 2016 Sustainable Banking Crédit Agricole CIB s Green portfolio Crédit Agricole CIB Green Notes enables Crédit Agricole to support environment friendly projects and companies which are particularly active in terms of environment preservation, energy transition or climate change mitigation. Crédit Agricole CIB s current Green Portfolio shows a good diversification in terms of Green Sectors and geographies, with a predominance of the real estate and renewable energy sector, reflecting the deepening strategy of the bank to finance these sectors since Sectorial breakdown of Crédit Agricole CIB s Green Portfolio as of % Renewable Energy Solar - 19% Crédit Agricole CIB finances solar farm projects (18%) and support clients active in the solar power generation sector (corporate manufacturers and developers - 1%). Wind - 16% Crédit Agricole CIB finances wind farm projects (13%) and companies operating in the wind power generation sector (3%). Hydro - 1% Crédit Agricole CIB finances sustainable hydroelectric projects compliant with our sector policy, based on IFC (World Bank Group) performance standards. 13% Public Mass Transportation 38% Green Real Estate Green Buildings + Green REITS Crédit Agricole CIB finances certified Green Buildings (LEED certification or eq.) and supports REITS promoting environmental sustainable building projects (committed to certify all new projects). 13% Waste & Water Crédit Agricole CIB finances projects promoting sustainable water supply (4%), waste to energy transformation (7%), and waste & water management, and supports the pure players of this sector (2%). Crédit Agricole CIB supports clients encouraging low carbon public transports contributing to reduce the use of cars. Crédit Agricole CIB finances rail infrastructure projects. Europe is also the most important geographical zone, reflecting the location of Crédit Agricole CIB s main clients. Geographical breakdown of Crédit Agricole CIB s Green Portfolio, as of North America 22% South America 3% Africa 0,1% Evolution of Crédit Agricole CIB s Green Portfolio (Index base ) Asia/Oceania 19% Europe 56% Jan Jan Jan Crédit Agricole CIB Green Notes as of 2016 Issue date Maturity (year) Currency Amount (million) EUR Amount equivalent (million) 25/02/2013 3,5 BRL /06/2013 4,5 MXN /07/ JPY /08/ JPY /08/ BRL /08/ JPY /08/ JPY /09/ JPY /10/ JPY /11/ MXN /12/ JPY /12/ AUD /12/ USD /12/ TRY /01/ JPY /01/ TRY /02/ TRY /03/ JPY /03/ JPY /04/ JPY /05/ JPY /06/ BRL /07/ AUD /07/ JPY /09/ BRL /10/ INR /11/ USD /11/ USD /11/ AUD /11/ IDR /11/ BRL /11/ AUD /11/ NZD /11/ USD /11/ BRL /11/ TRY /11/ AUD /12/ USD /12/ INR /12/ INR /12/ IDR /12/ IDR /02/ INR /02/ IDR /05/ INR /06/ INR /07/ EUR /10/ TRY /12/2015 2,5 BRL /01/ INR /02/ EUR /03/ EUR /06/ AUD /06/ EUR /06/ BRL /06/ EUR /06/ EUR /06/ AUD /06/ NZD /06/2016 3,5 BRL /06/ INR /06/ BRL /07/ INR Examples of projects included in the Crédit Agricole CIB s Green Portfolio, as of 2016 Solar power plant Crédit Agricole CIB finances a 250 Megawatt (MW) solar project in Nevada, on the California/Nevada border 40 miles south of Las Vegas. The project is strategically located near a major transmission hub and is adjacent to an existing power plant and transmission line corridor. It will provide 300 construction jobs and create benefits for many local businesses in addition to generating state and local tax revenue. Fully operational since September 2016, the project is expected to generate enough clean solar energy to serve the needs of approximately 80,000 homes per year, displacing approximately 150,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) annually-the equivalent of taking nearly 30,000 cars off the road. Real Estate Crédit Agricole CIB participates directly in financing of the construction of a large architectural complex in Paris. On a total area of 1.3 hectare, the project is composed of 4 independent buildings. Crédit Agricole CIB is involved in financing of one of them (25,800 m²). These buildings have been designed under a sustainable development framework and will be BBC-labelized ( Bâtiment Basse Consommation Building with Low Energy Consumption). The operation is also subject to HQE and BREEAM certifications. Rail Crédit Agricole CIB is supporting the investment strategy of a British company established to procure and lease the rolling stock and associated spares for use on the passenger rail franchise. This company is currently investing in a fleet of new Siemens Desiro City commuter rail carriages. This programme is a key strategic infrastructure project for the UK Government, significantly improving train services through central London to destinations from the north (Bedford) to the south of London (Brighton). The Thameslink Programme will allow the operation of longer trains at a frequency of up to 24 trains per hour in each direction through the centre of London between Blackfriars and St Pancras. The new fleet will feature energy efficient and environmentally friendly trains with an advanced driver advisory system, improved aerodynamics, an intelligent air conditioning system and intelligent stabling modes. Combined with reduced weight, these environmental features should allow achieving primary energy consumption reductions of up to 50% compared with existing trains on the Thameslink network. Green Building Crédit Agricole CIB participates directly in financing the construction of one tower in Singapore. This 35,000ft²surfaced per floor complex has been designed in integrating the best practices in terms of sustainability. It consumes 33% less energy and 40% less water than other standard commercial buildings. This building is the first commercial development to receive the highest Green Mark Platinum Award from Singapore s Building and Construction Authority, and is LEED-CS Platinium certified by the US Green Building Council. Wind farm Crédit Agricole CIB finances a 270 MW wind power facility in Ontario, Canada. Each year, the facility is expected to produce clean, renewable electricity equal to the needs of approximately 100,000 Ontario homes and contribute an estimated $450,000 in property taxes benefiting local counties. 842,000 tonnes of CO 2 emisisons will be avoided each year. An average of 300 workers were on-site during project construction and approximately 20 full-time employees operate and maintain the facility, along with seasonal positions and the use of local contractors. This wind farm is utilizing 140 Siemens 2.3 MW wind turbines that were made in Ontario, and is operational since May Disclaimer 2016, CRÉDIT AGRICOLE CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANK All rights reserved. The information in this document (the Information ) has been prepared by Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank or one of its affiliates ( Crédit Agricole CIB ) for informational purposes only. 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