CRE Logistics REIT, Inc.

Securities Code: 3487

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Environment

Environmental Targets

Reduction Target for Energy Consumption

The reduction target of the annual energy consumption intensity under the scope of management by the owners is 5% during the year between fiscal year 2020 and fiscal year 2024, with fiscal year 2019 as the baseline.
The reduction target of the annual energy consumption intensity under the scope of management by the tenants is 1% during the year between fiscal year 2020 and fiscal year 2024, with fiscal year 2019 as the baseline.

Reduction Target for Energy Consumption

The reduction target of the annual energy consumption intensity under the scope of management by the owners is 5% during the year between fiscal year 2020 and fiscal year 2024, with fiscal year 2019 as the baseline.

Environmental Performance Data

Energy Consumption

FY 2019
Scope of management by owners
  Energy consumption(kWh) 130,270
  Energy consumption intensity(kWh/㎡) 199.15
  Portfolio coverage rate 100.0%
Scope of management by tenants
  Energy consumption(kWh) 11,158,020
  Energy consumption intensity(kWh/㎡) 33.23
  Portfolio coverage rate 100.0%
Total
  Energy consumption(kWh) 11,288,290
  Energy consumption intensity(kWh/㎡) 33.55
  Portfolio coverage rate 100.0%

Greenhouse Gas Emission

FY 2019
Scope1 (t-CO2e)
Scope2(t-CO2e) 64.353
Scope3(Category 13)(t-CO2e) 81,824.952
Total Greenhouse gas emission(t-CO2e) 81,889.306
Greenhouse gas emission intensity(t-CO2e/㎡) 0.294
Portfolio coverage rate 82.7%

Water Consumption

FY 2019
Water consumption(㎥) 10,069
Water consumption intensity(㎥/㎡) 0.033
Portfolio coverage rate 91.4%

Waste Amount

FY 2019
Waste amount(t) 731
Portfolio coverage rate 44.7%
(Note) Fiscal year is the period from April 1 until March 31. For example, fiscal year 2019 is April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020.

Other Initiatives through Our Portfolio

Solar Panels

CRE-REIT leases roof top space and the lessees contribute to the creation of renewable energy through photovoltaic power generation

Solar Panels

In-House Consumption of Solar Power

Ensure a part of the electricity consumed in facilities from electricity generated by solar power.

Sandwich Panels

With outstanding design and a high heat insulating effect for their exterior walls, sandwich panels reduce the thermal load when refrigerating and heating equipment is installed.

Sandwich Panels

LED Lights

The use of LED lights contributes not only to energy savings and the reduction of CO2 , but also the reduction of electric bills, which are to be paid by tenants, along with the replacement cost of lighting and an improvement in the working environment.

LED Lights

Human Detecting Sensors

Promote energy saving by installing human detecting sensors in facilities.

Human Detecting Sensors

Water-Saving Sanitation Appliances

Promote the reduction of water usage by installing sanitation appliances with high performance in the reduction of water usage.

Water-Saving Sanitation Appliances

Roof Watering Equipment

Contribute to the reduction of temperatures inside warehouses by installing roof watering equipment using well water.

Roof Watering Equipment

Wall Greening

Wall greening has the effect of lowering the surface temperature of buildings and contributes to the reduction of CO2 in the atmosphere.

Wall Greening

Soil Contamination Countermeasures

Enbio Holdings, Inc., a CRE group company, revitalizes old factory sites, etc. as land for the development of logistics facilities by actively utilizing in-situ cleaning methods that decompose underground contaminants without excavating contaminated soil.

Soil Contamination Countermeasures

Collaboration with Tenant

Green Lease Contract

Lease agreements with tenants include provisions that the Investment Corporation and tenants collaborate to implement measures for energy conservation, environmental preservation, etc. By standardizing green lease provisions, the Investment Corporation is working to mitigate environmental burden through collaboration with tenants.

Collaboration with Suppliers

The Asset Management Company has established guidelines on standards for selecting and evaluating suppliers to promote ESG initiatives with property management companies and other individual suppliers. By conducting questionnaires that include questions regarding the status of sustainability initiatives at the start of transactions and once a year and evaluating results, the Asset Management Company enhances supplier engagement.

Environment Management System

The Asset Management Company has established individual bylaws concerning important environmental issues to provide for practical measures to mitigate environmental burden.
The Bylaws for EMS Operations provide for systems and processes to implement these regulations and bylaws and the Asset Management Company will strive to continuously make recommendations on environmental burdens.

EMS diagram based on PDCA cycle

EMS diagram based on PDCA cycle

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