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Performance indicator cockpit for the EnBW Sustainability Agenda

As of: November 2023

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The performance indicator cockpit for the EnBW Sustainability Agenda presents selected performance indicators for each measure in the current EnBW Sustainability Agenda. The Sustainability Agenda is split into four strategic focus areas:

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Focus areas of the EnBW Sustainability Agenda

Focus Area 1
New energy & climate neutrality
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Measure 1

Expansion of renewable energies and taking biodiversity criteria into account in major projects

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Target:

In the period from 2023 to 2025, we plan to invest €5.9 billion in the Sustainable Generation Infrastructure segment, with €3.9 billion in Renewable Energies.

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Target:

We plan to expand RE capacity by between 1100 and 2100 MW by 2025.

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Measure 2

Climate neutrality road map and socially responsible phaseout of coal

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Target:

We plan to reduce CO₂ intensity to between 384 and 466 g/kWh by 2025. This represents a reduction in CO2 intensity of between 15% and 30% by 2025 in comparison to the reference year of 2018..

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Target:

Our targets for absolute Scope 1 emissions by the years 2027, 2030 and 2035 are as follows: The target for 2027 is 8.3 million tonnes CO₂ equivalent and corresponds to a 50% reduction in comparison to the reference year 2018. For 2030, the target is 5 million tonnes CO₂ equivalent, which corresponds to a 70% reduction in comparison to the reference year 2018. And for 2035, the target is 2.8 million tonnes CO₂ equivalent, which corresponds to an 83% reduction in comparison to the reference year 2018.

Focus Area 2
Infrastructure transition
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Measure 4

Eco-efficient quick-charging parks and climate-neutral corporate mobility

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Target:

Our aim is to further expand our quick-charging infrastructure to at least 2,500 sites by 2025 in order to promote electromobility.

¹ Contractually agreed

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Measure 5

Strengthening the grid infrastructure for the energy and mobility transitions

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Target:

We aim to achieve a SAIDI (Electricity) of < 20 min/a by 2025.

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Measure 6

Sustainable districts and real estate

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Target:

The targets values for CO₂ emissions in the building portfolio for the years 2025, 2030 and 2035 are as follows: We plan to reduce energy consumption to 3,227 tonnes by 2025, 2,345 tonnes by 2030 and finally 1,900 tonnes by 2035.

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Target:

The target values for energy consumption in the benchmark sites are set as follows: 120 kWh/m² by 2025 and 107 kWh/m² by 2030.

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Measure 7

Promoting forms of business, working and mobility that are fit for the future by laying new fiber-optic cables in rural areas

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² FTTB: “Fiber to the Building” or “Fiber to the Basement”, FTTH: “Fiber to the Home”, FTTC: “Fiber to the Curb” or “Fiber to the Cabinet”

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Focus Area 3
Culture of sustainability
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Measures 9 and 10

Expanding the area of sustainable finance, financing via green bonds (M9) and a holistic consideration of sustainability in the investment process (M10)

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Positioning of EnBW in ESG ratings

EnBW Positionierung ESG Ratings

M9

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Measure 12

Expanding the sustainable HR strategy

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Additional information:

The external benchmark data represents an international comparative index of numerous companies from various sectors that have answered similar questions regarding PEI.

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Target:

With reference to this Global Benchmark Score, we aim for the People Engagement Index (PEI) to be between 77 and 83 in 2025.

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UM: Upper management TM: Top management

Focus Area 4
Safeguarding livelihoods
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Measure 13

Anchoring sustainability criteria in the purchasing process

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Additional information:

We introduced our Supplier Code of Conduct (SCoC) in 2021 as a shared set of values and an important criterion for the selection and development of EnBW’s suppliers.

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Measure 14

Increasing the use of green materials and the efficient use of resources, reducing harmful emissions and water consumption

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Target:

We plan to reduce NOx intensity to between 270 and 303 mg/kWh and SO₂ intensity to between 221 and 251 mg/kWh by 2025.

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Target:

We plan to reduce the intensity of cooling/waste water discharge from own generation to between 21.5 and 24.6 l/kWh by 2025. This corresponds to a reduction of between 20% and 30% by 2025 in comparison to the reference year 2018.

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Measure 15

Protecting employees and local residents

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Target:

The target for 2025 for the LTIF for companies controlled by the Group is 2.1 and for LTIF overall 3.5.

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