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Respondent CDP 2009: Areva CI

General introduction
world AREVA provides customers solutions carbon free power generation electricity transmission knowledge expertise fields group leading role play meeting world’ s energy needs Ranked global nuclear power industry AREVA's unique integrated offering covers stage fuel cycle reactor design construction related services addition group developing portfolio operations renewable energies AREVA world leader electricity transmission distribution offers customers complete range solutions greater grid stability energy efficiency Sustainable development core component group’ s industrial strategy 75 000 employees work day make AREVA responsible industrial player helping supply cleaner safer economical energy greatest number people


Risk and Opportunities
1 Regulatory Risks (CDP6 1(a)(i))
1 1 company exposed regulatory risks related climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to regulatory risks. 
Yes significant manner present moment given nature size industrial facilities emissions Activities related nuclear fuel cycle emit GHGs life cycle emissions associated nuclear electricity low AREVA complies rules regulations exist follow actively development international negotiations climate change potential impacts customers internationally nationally AREVA’ s European industrial facilities subject directly EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) 1st trading period AREVA subject ETS 2 sites (combustion units France) emissions exceeded allocated certificates 2nd trading period started January 2008 AREVA subject EU ETS site AREVA NC La Hague anticipate package EU climate energy measures approved December 2008 form basis 3rd trading period new regulatory measures impact AREVA business following • customers (electricity utilities) power plants emissions cut 21% 2005 levels 2020 granting fewer emission allowances EU Emissions Trading (ETS) lead increasing share nuclear power European mix opportunity AREVA• factories modifications scope EU directive (inclusion major chemical installations additional gases N2O emissions trading period 2012 exclusion combustion plants 35 MW) modify present perimeter factories impacted EU ETS • integration GHGs European trading scheme (SF6 N2O) anticipated currently implement emissions reduction plan gases worth noting project reduce N2O emissions major facilities case international agreement end 2009 (Copenhagen) reduction objective EU package climate energy 30% impact AREVA factories affected EU ETS (actual future N2O) new international agreement impact AREVA worldwide manufacturing facilities 43 countries emissions countries different GHG particular CO2 N2O SF6 different units AREVA Group perform risk analysis including regulatory risks constantly improve studies reviewing hypothesis account new risk regulatory constraints associated climate change analyzed group experts (Environment department Renewable Business Unit Sustainable Development department Finance department) seek collaborate constructively early stage decision makers issues

 
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2 Physical Risks (CDP6 1(a)(ii))
2 1 company exposed physical risks climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to physical risks. 
Yes industrial activities basic principles applied assess exposure physical risks resulting climate change directly derived safety security analysis industry systematically performs improves assumptions permanently reviewed account new physical risk event accordance applicable standards regulations nuclear high risk facilities (SEVESO plants) group designed withstand large range adverse circumstances including extreme weather events risk taken consideration design facilities based local conditions significant margins safety analysis periodically reviewed consideration changes regulation hypothesis used design particular extreme weather events facilities regarding risk flood location kinetic phenomena large sites (according vulnerability) warning procedures place weather events like strong winds extreme precipitations thorough analysis progress fed design operating parameters installations better assessment integration extreme weather conditions called party expertise validate potential issues responses priorities light climate change expected end century use insurers insurers worldwide benefit watch climate risks related (zoning dedicated Geospatial Systems) subject affect business short term drought resulting shortage water supply decided expand European level perimeter observatory set 3 years France scope observatory covers France data available French Environment Ministry provides AREVA needed vigilance information internet topic water resources eco efficiency actions (cooling loops) reduction releases low reasonably achievable preferred solutions preferred solutions subject particular attention recent years example certain sites Zirconium activity planned investments cooling loops sites like Comurhex Malvesi mines invested cooling towers reduce water consumption areas water short supply Water management permanent priority development projects end activities fuel cycle (mining particular) different units AREVA Group perform risk analysis constantly improve studies reviewing hypothesis account new risk end group drawn business risk model (BRM) used business units Working defined number typical risks families risk (BRM risk) model indexes foreseeable unexpected situations events impact employee safety environment financial performance business unit subsidiary group corporate reputation BRM enhanced based best practices lessons learned Using BRM starting point business unit establishes operational risk map graphically illustrates seriousness risks degree management given period risk map defines criteria implementing appropriate action plans

 
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3 Risks (CDP6 1(a)(iii))
3 1 company exposed risks result climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to other risks. 
Potentially yes Climate change biodiversity erosion mechanisms impact distribution migration survival species (fauna flora) particularly difficulties adaptation high temperature desynchronization food chain caused early seasons Biodiversity protection challenges AREVA group particular mining sites able differentiate impacts activities (monitoring evolution ecosystems impacted) impact climate change biodiversity different nature potentially important vulnerability local communities impacts climate change significant workforce sub contractors originate communities need understand anticipate possible impacts remedies ensure stable continuation activities

 
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4 Regulatory Opportunities (CDP6 1(b)(i))
4 1 regulatory requirements climate change present opportunities company
Regulatory requirements present opportunities for my company. 
Today's anticipated regulatory requirements regarding climate change provide business opportunities AREVA instance regulatory requirements associated carbon emissions lead establishing visible possibly long term cost CO2 emissions enhances competitiveness CO2 free solutions offering customers nuclear power plants biomass plants wind energy AREVA offers customers large number innovative products technologies climate protection energy resource efficiency help meet regulatory requirements Examples include A/ offer expertise skills uranium cycle make nuclear energy available countries developed relevant capabilities group world leader providing products services nuclear power generation company cover industrial activities field B/ Renewable Energies Business Unit (offer decentralized energy supply wind power bioenergies hydrogen energy) complements group's core mission enabling access cleaner safer economical energy Bioenergy great potential Federal state environmental agencies consider biopower carbon neutral significant advantage traditional power facilities ADAGE newly created JV Duke Energy AREVA positioned win significant portion rapidly expanding U S biomass market biomass provides alternative base load power source states concerned CO2 emissions environmental commitments outlined ADAGE strategic plan featured Clinton Global Initiative 2008 Annual Meeting New York projects implemented Renewable Energies Business generate marketable carbon credits CERs VERs C/ Offering solutions reducing SF6 emissions AREVA Transmission Distribution (AREVA T& D) worked develop patented special profile gaskets seals High tightness low leakage rates achieved thanks huge inner sealing surface surface broader ordinary O ring instance SF6 losses flange minimized improvement represents attractive design customers European Regulation 842/2006 dealing certain fluorine based greenhouse gases specifies rules confinement recovery SF6 regulation’ s goal avoid release SF6 atmosphere fixing rules identification presence quantity SF6 incorporated high voltage switchgear recovery and/or transportation characteristics SF6 container regulation stipulates obligation recover SF6 maintenance operations disassembly device aim recycling regenerating incinerating D/ AREVA’ s offer analyse electrical installation customers (industries utilities) propose supply adapted compensation solution (air core reactors capacitors designed manufactured units) reduce electricity consumption GHG emissions E/ AREVA T& D division helps customers improve grid operations reducing CO2 emissions 25% come electricity generation major areas improvement • Demand management (DSM) programs encourage consumers modify level pattern electricity usage• Low CO2 emission energy sources • Improved network efficiency• Reduced emissions grid equipmentAs example Nordic Operations Information (NOIS) combines areas NOIS energy management designed T& D implemented Northern Europe interconnects hydro wind solar plants helping users optimize generation resources Utilities access production supply data real time send right power right source right customer right price way AREVA tries cut CO2 boosting transmission efficiency reducing losses power networks supply alternating current (AC) AC transmission entails major losses New AREVA technologies enable efficient trading transmission High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) networks immediately reduces losses HVDC technology way connect different AC frequencies voltages example regional country boundaries efficient way transmit large quantities electricity long distances result HVDC high demand link AC networks low emission power sources offshore wind parks doubt Kyoto Protocol EU package climate energy political initiatives renewable low carbon energies multiplying Europe North America emerging countries China India Brazil catalysers creating business opportunities Group

 
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5 Physical Opportunities (CDP6 1(b)(ii))
5 1 physical changes resulting climate change present opportunities company
Physical changes present opportunities for my company. 
addition possible impacts industrial operations seek monitor accurately issues customers (mostly electricity utilities) face result climate change Climate change impacts occurred offer AREVA new market opportunities AREVA developing selling products technologies help mitigate adapt climate change sales potential partly connected changes climate conditions seek provide customers reliable advanced products technologies related expert services help appropriate solutions physical risks incur anticipate products technologies expert services cover following areas nuclear power stations associated fuel cycle supplies high power wind turbines turnkey biomass biogas power plants small hydroelectric plants transmission distribution grids associated equipment

 
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6 Opportunities (CDP6 1(b)(iii))
6 1 Does climate change present opportunities company
Climate change presents other opportunities for my company. 
believe market opportunities grow new energy systems new strategies behaviours emerge response climate change instance field nuclear energy climate change driver just maintaining present fleet 360 GWe nuclear renaissance occurring world result size market expanding development commercial positions achieved strengthening lead competitors terms innovation approach gives priority continuous improvement existing products services contact customers investing future technologies objective strengthen position number 1 nuclear energy number 3 transmission distribution electricity worldwide Clearly nuclear energy forefront new means electricity production thanks 3rd generation EPR power plants 4th generation fuel reactor systems developing partners stakes field renewable energy strengthen AREVA's strategic positioning CO2 free energy market bringing complementary solutions nuclear technologies Renewable Energies Business Unit created November 2006 strong involvement wind energy biomass hydrogen energy sector offers strong growth prospects > > Wind powerAt end 2007 offshore wind energy contributed 1100 MW Europe end 2010 installed capacity come 3 4 GW annual growth 1 3 GW wind energy represent 10 15 GW 2015 Germany regulatory conditions favorable development offshore wind farms Close 20 projects representing 6 GW capacity authorized Great Britain promising market 8 GW expected end 2014 strategy develop rapidly Multibrid key playor offshore wind expected yield strong growth developing high power turbines convert wind's motive power electricity October 2007 acquired 51% stake Multibrid German manufacturer offshore wind turbines company' scope covers • Development wind technology• Design manufacture 5 MW offshore M5000 wind turbine• Design testing assembly maintenance services M5000 turbine offers leading edge technology light weight hybrid drive train solution suited foundation types (such tripod anchorage) Thanks enclosed wear resistant construction M5000s particularly designed use harsh conditions sea Little maintenance high technical availability guaranteed optimum protection corrosive sea air remarkably low tower head weight 310t minimum wear design components Multibrid offers marketing industrial synergies AREVA's transmission distribution division leading supplier equipment connecting wind turbines grid > > BioenergiesA report International Energy Agency "Energy Technology Perspectives Scenarios Strategies 2050" forecasts world electricity production biomass rise 1 3% 2003 5% 2050 growth occur high potential emerging countries India China Brazil goal ultimately 60% sales revenue bioenergy business come non European countries supply turnkey biomass biogas power plants convert organic materials plant animal origin energy January 2008 acquired 70% Koblitz Brazilian firm supplies power plants fuelled sugarcane bagasse small hydroelectric plants 100 power plants operation construction worldwide Europe Asia South America representing 2 500 MW installed capacity AREVA Duke Energy created ADAGE™ 2008 innovative joint venture dedicated development green biopower energy solutions U S electricity customers ADAGE facilitate development biopower plants use wood waste produce electricity According agreement AREVA design build biomass power plants Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS) commercial power business unit Duke Energy owns develops renewable energy manage operations project ADAGE negotiate power purchase agreements fuel contracts secure suitable sites ADAGE provide customers fully integrated solution U S Energy Information Administration estimates total installed capacity wood biomass power generation 6 000 megawatts EIA energy consulting firms predict figure double 10 years > > Hydrogen energyThrough subsidiary Helion offer solutions producing hydrogen water electrolysis generating electricity fuel cells fuel cell combines hydrogen oxygen membrane simultaneously creating water heat electricity Reverse process used electrolysis Nuclear energy renewable energies complementary CO2 free energy mix energy mix combines cost competitive centralized base load power backed 40 years experience recent energies large scale development help make competitive T& D business optimization interconnections grid management opportunity

 
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Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Accounting, Emissions Intensity, Energy and Trading
7 Reporting Year (CDP6 Q2(a)(ii))
Information respond section “ Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting Reporting Standard (Revised Edition)” developed World Resources Institute World Business Council Sustainable Development (“ GHG Protocol” ) http //www ghgprotocol org/ ISO 14064 1 compatible GHG Protocol number regional/national programme protocols information http //www ghgprotocol org/ use guidance button provide CDP responses questions 7 8 9 10 1 10 2 11 1 11 2 years prior current reporting year time answered CDP information request work backwards current reporting year enter data oldest reporting period Questions 10 1 10 2 11 1 11 2 subsequent webpages dates answer question 7 carried forwards automatically populate webpages
7 1 state start date end date year reporting GHG emissions
Start date 01 January 2008End date 31 December 2008Financial accounting year 01 January 2008

 
8 Reporting Boundary (CDP6 Q2(a)(i)) 8 1 indicate category describes company entities group Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG emissions reported
Companies over which financial control is exercised – per consolidated audited Financial Statements. 

 
8 2 state parts business sources GHG emissions excluded reporting boundary
parts business/sources GHG emissions accounted scopes 1 2 ISO 14064 1 including transportation (within SCOPE 1 emissions short long term vehicle rentals)Concerning scope 3 indirect emissions linked to• Business travel (air travel only)• Dedicated employee transportation (bus services short commuting flights mine)• Transportation nuclear materials (class 7)are reported 2008 working emissions linked transportations goods (non nuclear) complete reporting emissions (Transportation goods manufactured semi finished products raw materials waste products equipment inputs (deliveries) outputs (dispatches) AREVA site transportation excluding documents ) counting 2008 2007 emissions reporting protocol modified allow monitoring emissions

 
9 Methodology (CDP6 Q2(a)(iii)) 9 1 process used company calculate Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG emissions including standard protocol methodology used collect activity data calculate Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG emissions provide answer text box addition description relevant select methodology list published methodologies aid automated analysis data
AREVA methodology consistent standard ISO 14064 1 following scope 1 2 emissionsAREVA monitoring direct greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) entire AREVA group emissions gases anthropogenic origin responsible increase greenhouse effect CO2 (carbon dioxide) CH4 (methane) N2O (nitrous oxide) halogenous compounds (CFC HCFC HFC PFC SF6) Direct GHG emissions result Fossil fuels burned operating companies power plants order produce energy utilities Fossil fuels burned operating machinery thermal engines used group sites Various carbonaceous materials burned operating companies incinerators order dispose hazardous non hazardous industrial waste Production processes particular use carbon nitrogen fluorochemical compounds Leakage halogen compounds used insulation process manufacturing electrical equipment Leakage coolant refrigerant retardant fluids used industrial sites Solvents used treat surfaces sites concerned direct GHG emissions appearing National Allowance Plan & Allowance (from EU ETS) emissions coming sources related activities installation quotas affected emissions declared checked approved organization validated Authority GHG emissions fall European Emissions Trading Scheme reported accordance European Monitoring Reporting guidelines Total GHG emissions sum Indirect GHG emissions( emissions electricity thermal energy imported purchased site operation) Direct GHG emissions (see definition above) methodology determining emissions consistent GHG Protocol report GHG emissions according requirements internal reporting protocol protocol defines reporting principles methods determining emissions parameters requiring reporting emission sources conversion factors GWPs Process related emissions determined methods i) based measurements using standardized accepted methods ii) based calculations using nationally internationally agreed estimation methods emissions factorsThe calculation direct CO2 emissions fuel combustion company owned central power plants boilers based fuel consumption Indirect CO2 emissions import export electricity calculated using calculation schemes GHG protocol internal reporting protocol revised updated yearly basis

 
Select methodologies
ISO 14064-1


 
provide

 
9 2 Details assumptions
Concerning Scope 1 emissions regard GHG emissions fuel consumption direct GHG emissions generated operating equipment used onsite included reporting scope emissions vehicles circulating offsite (e g company cars commercial vehicles) service vehicles circulating onsite and/or offsite (e g construction sites) included scope indicator Indirect CO2 emissions import energy calculated using calculation schemes GHG protocol

 
9 3 names links calculation tools used
• List GWPs type gas reference IPCC 2007 Fourth Assessment Report 2007 Global Warming• Emission Factor electricity purchased country g CO2/kWh Source International Energy Agency Data Services 2005 CO2 emissions fuel combustion (2005 Edition) Table Electricity Emission Factors Fuels• Source OMINEA (Oranization methods national inventory atmospheric emissions France ) national inventory report 3rd edition February 2006 (CITEPA) • Carbon Assessment Emissions factors guide V 5 0 January 2007• GHG transport module ADEME/EpE

 
Select calculation tools

 
9 4 global warming potentials applied origin
Attachement AREVA indicator definition scope 1& 2

 
9 5 emission factors applied origin
Attachement AREVA indicator definition scope 1& 2

 
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10 Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions (CDP6 Q2(b)(i))
Instructions question 10 question 11 (following page)When providing answers questions 10 11 deduct offset credits Renewable Energy Certificates net estimated avoided emissions export renewable energy carbon sequestration (including enhanced oil recovery) use goods services Opportunities provide details activities reduce avoid emissions provided information request Carbon dioxide emissions biologically sequestered carbon e g carbon dioxide burning biomass/biofuels reported separately emissions Scopes 1 2 3 relevant report emissions question 15 include nitrous oxide methane emissions biomass/biofuel combustion emissions scopes
answer following questions using Table 1 provide 10 1 Total gross global Scope 1 GHG emissions metric tonnes CO2 ePlease break total gross global Scope 1 emissions 10 2 Country regionPlease provide CDP responses questions 10 1 10 2 years prior current reporting year time answered CDP information request work backwards current reporting year enter data oldest reporting period Table 1 (below) table 5 (Q11 1 11 2) automatically populated dates answer 7 1 Electric utilities report emissions country/region using table question EU3 Table 1 use numbers Use “ Other” option drop menu enter region
Reporting year Q7.1 Start date 01/01/2008
Reporting year Q7.1 End date 31/12/2008
10.1 Total gross global Scope 1 GHG
emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e
771648

10.2 Gross Scope 1 emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e by country or region

Europe 536536
Asia 40171
South americas 2793
North americas 66626
Africa 125521

 
answer question 10 1 automatically carried forward tables 2 3 add country region answer 10 2 press “ Save” end page tick box total gross global Scope 1 figure (Q10 1) includes emissions transferred outside reporting boundary (as given answer 8 1) report transfers 13 5

 
facilitate better understanding business break total global Scope 1 emissions 10 3 Business divisionand/or10 4 Facility10 3 Business division (only data current reporting year requested)Table 2 use numbers
Business Divisions - Enter names below
Scope 1 Metric tonnes CO2-e
Total gross global Scope 1 GHG emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e - answer to question Q10.1 771648
Corporate 7716
Transmission & distribution 239211
end 92598
Reactor & services 54015
end 378108

 
10 4 Facility (only data current reporting year requested)Table 3 use numbers
Facilities - Enter names below
Scope 1 Metric tonnes CO2-e
Total gross global Scope 1 GHG emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e - answer to question Q10.1 771648

 
10 5 break total global Scope 1 GHG emissions metric tonnes gas metric tonnes CO2 e GHG type (Only data current reporting year requested )Table 4 use numbers
Scope 1 GHG Type
Unit
Quantity
CO2 Metric tonnes 370993
CH4 Metric tonnes
CH4 Metric tonnes CO2-e
N2O Metric tonnes
N2O Metric tonnes CO2-e 172808
HFCs Metric tonnes
HFCs Metric tonnes CO2-e
PFCs Metric tonnes
PFCs Metric tonnes CO2-e
SF6 Metric tonnes
SF6 Metric tonnes CO2-e 206757

 
10 6 provided information Scope 1 emissions response questions explain reasons plans collecting Scope 1 GHG emissions information future

 
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question 10 5 section called cover mainly HFC PFCs represent 21 089 t CO2 e

 
11 Scope 2 Indirect GHG Emissions (CDP6 Q2(b)(i))
Important note emission factors zero low carbon electricity purchased emissions factor use calculating Scope 2 emissions depends electricity purchase counted calculating grid average emissions factor – supplier Electricity counted calculating grid average emissions factor electricity sourced grid electricity counted calculating grid average emissions factor Scope 2 emissions calculated using grid average emissions factor company purchases electricity zero low carbon electricity tariff Electricity counted calculating grid average emissions factor zero low carbon electricity sourced grid transmitted company electricity counted calculating grid average emissions factor specific method generation used provided certificates quantifying GHG related environmental benefits claimed electricity sold passed separately electricity purchased Click instructions previous page answering question 11
answer following questions using Table 5 provide 11 1 Total gross global Scope 2 GHG emissions metric tonnes CO2 e break total gross global Scope 2 emissions 11 2 Country regionPlease provide CDP responses questions 11 1 11 2 years prior current reporting year time answered CDP information request work backwards current reporting year enter data oldest reporting period Table 5 automatically populated dates gave answer 7 1 Table 5 use numbers Use “ Other” option drop menu enter region
Reporting year Q7.1 Start date 01/01/2008
Reporting year Q7.1 End date 31/12/2008
11.1 Total gross global Scope 2 GHG
emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e
356627

11.2 Gross Scope 2 emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e by country or region

Europe 185713
Asia 54410
South americas 1482
North americas 56575
Africa 58447

 
answer 11 1 automatically carried forward tables 6 7 add country region answer 11 2 press “ Save” end page facilitate better understanding business break total global Scope 2 emissions 11 3 Business divisionand/or11 4 Facility11 3 Business division (only data current reporting year requested)Table 6 use numbers
Business Divisions - Enter names below
Scope 2 Metric tonnes CO2-e
Total gross global Scope 2 GHG emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e - answer to question Q11.1 356627
Corporate 7132
Tranmission & Distribution 82024
end 49928
Reactor & services 42795
end 174747

 
11 4 Facility (only data current reporting year requested)Table 7 use numbers
Facilities - Enter names below
Scope 2 Metric tonnes CO2-e
Total gross global Scope 2 GHG emissions in metric tonnes CO2-e - answer to question Q11.1 356627

 
11 5 provided information Scope 2 emissions response questions explain reasons plans collecting Scope 2 GHG emissions information future

 
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12 Contractual Arrangements Supporting Particular Types Electricity Generation (CDP6 Q2(b)(i) Guidance)
12 1 consider grid average factor used report Scope 2 emissions question 11 does reflect contractual arrangements electricity suppliers (for example purchase electricity using zero low carbon electricity tariff) calculate report contractual Scope 2 figure response question showing origin alternative emission factor information tariff
Indirect GHG emissions assessed electrical thermal energy purchased imported sites calculated follows Indirect GHG emissions= Σ EF elec * 10 3 * electricity consumption + Σ EF th * thermal energies consumedwhere Indirect GHG emissions (in tCO2e) GHG emissions electrical energy purchased and/or imported thermal energy purchased and/or imported group site EFelec (in gCO2/kWh) CO2 emission factor electricity production factor depends type energy used electricity below) EF multiplied 10 3 obtain result tCO2 Electricityconsumed (in MWh) electricity consumed country EFth (in tCO2/MWh) CO2 emission factor thermal energy factor depends type energy used thermal energy production differs according producerThermal energy consumed (in MWh) thermal energy consumed site

 
12 2 retire certificates (eg Renewable Energy Certificates) associated zero low carbon electricity provide details
retire certificates associated zero low carbon electricity

 
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13 Scope 3 Indirect GHG Emissions (CDP6 Q2(c))
following categories main sources emissions Report emissions metric tonnes CO2 e state methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions Notes question 13When providing answers question 13 deduct offset credits Renewable Energy Certificates net estimated avoided emissions export renewable energy carbon sequestration (including enhanced oil recovery) use goods services Opportunities provide details activities reduce avoid emissions provided information request Carbon dioxide emissions biologically sequestered carbon e g carbon dioxide burning biomass/biofuels reported separately emissions Scopes 1 2 3 relevant report emissions question 15 include nitrous oxide methane emissions biomass/biofuel combustion emissions scopes
13 1 Employee business travelDescribe main sources emissions
Description sources 2008 AREVA decided extend environmental reporting indirect GHG emissions business trips (air+any transportation bus plane (mining activity) context service dedicated transporting AREVA employees workplace)Employee business travel concerns AREVA employees using _ air transport work assignments _ transportation bus plane context service dedicated transporting AREVA employees workplace

 
Emissions metric tonnes CO2 e
Emissions 52 143 tons CO2 equivalen

 
State methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions
Reporting performed basic entity level Indirect GHG emissions linked transportation dedicated AREVA employees (For example La Hague bus service weekly air links McClean Canada) terms dedicated transport involves requesting transport service providers communicate fuel consumption average fuel consumption Reporting performed Corporate level (group indicator) Indirect GHG emissions linked transportation dedicated AREVA employees work assignments Calculation emissions concerns commercial flights taken AREVA employees attachement information measurement protocole

 
13 2 External distribution/logisticsDescribe main sources emissions
Description sources Reporting freight transportation started 2008 annual campaign reliability reporting increase coming quarters Indicator 13 5 Indirect greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) linked transportation goods (manufactured semi finished products raw materials waste products equipment inputs (deliveries) outputs (dispatches) AREVA site transportation excluding documents)Calculation method GHG emissions measurement unit used ton CO2 equivalent (tCO2e) avoid counting GHG emissions linked transportation AREVA sites twice dispatching site taken account emissions calculation Logistics Business Unit (BUL) responsible creating GHG emission inventory transportation providing AREVA entities provide transportation detailed assessment GHG emissions Business Unit (BU) BU responsible distributing GHG emissions results transmitted BUL basicentities input internal reporting (STAR) Logisitics BU make assessment indirect GHG emissions concerning transportation outside AREVA available internal reporting 2008 nuclear goods materials (class 7) transportation reported emissions linked particular scope = 38 419 tons CO2 equivalent Concerning goods materials (non nuclear) (imputs outputs) reporting considered exhaustive = 51 987 tons CO2 equivalent 2009 decided report 100% emissions linked output transportation Concerning input transporation work progress 6 pilot sites help consolidate methodology

 
Emissions metric tonnes CO2 e
Emissions 90 406 tons CO2 equivalent

 
State methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions
attachement information measurement protocole

 
13 3 Use/disposal company’ s products servicesFor auto manufacture auto component companies – refer additional questions sectors completing question 13 3 main sources emissions
account emissions related use disposal products services delivered utility customers

 
Emissions metric tonnes CO2 e

 
State methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions

 
13 4 Company supply chainDescribe main sources emissions
emission accounted 13 2

 
Emissions metric tonnes CO2 e

 
State methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions

 
13 5 OtherIf reporting emissions fall categories categorise transferred emissions non transferred emissions (please guidance explanation terms) report transfers input fields non transfers input fields TransfersDescribe main sources emissions

 
TransfersReport emissions metric tonnes CO2 e

 
TransfersState methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions

 
Non transfersDescribe main sources emissions

 
Non transfersReport emissions metric tonnes CO2 e

 
Non transfersState methodology assumptions calculation tools databases emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used calculating emissions

 
13 6 provided information categories Scope 3 GHG emissions response questions explain reasons plans collecting Scope 3 indirect emissions information future

 
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14 Emissions Avoided Use Goods Services (New CDP 2009)
14 1 goods and/or services enable GHG emissions avoided party provide details including estimated avoided emissions anticipated timescale emissions avoided methodology assumptions emission factors (including sources) global warming potentials (including sources) used estimations
offer following CO2 free products technologies customers helping avoid reduce emissions A/ nuclear power plants associated nucler fuel services group world leader supplier nuclear industry company cover industrial activities field (except power generation itself) comparison energy production sectors GHG emissions nuclear power plants lowest varying 6 29 g CO2/kWh depending enrichment method mix global illustration Europe emissions avoided nuclear generated electricity approximately equivalent total emissions European automobile fleet B/ Biopower considered carbon neutral Federal state environmental agencies renewable energy power plants engineered supplied Renewable Energy Business Unit provide significant GHG emissions savings owners compared carbon intensive energy sources indicative information calculated using countries grid carbon factor baseline plants installed Renewable Energy business unit save 3 millions tCO2e year addtition projects located developing countries generate CERs Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) average 50000 CER/year 10 MWe capacity biomass power plants India average 30000 CER/year 10 MWe capacity biomass power plants Thailand average 30000 CER/year 50 MWe capacity biomass power plants BrazilProject located developed countries generate carbon credits Joint Implementation (JI) voluntary schemes instance offshore wind turbines installed developed countries generate ERUs JI provided projects approved host government projects assessed case case basis cases methodologies used calculate GHG emission savings renewable energy projects approved CDM methodologies available UNFCCC website (http //cdm unfccc int/index html)C/ Wind Power CO2 free energy solution D/ Transmission Distribution electricityOur Transmission Distribution (T& D) division helps customers improve grid operations reducing CO2 emissions 25% come electricity generation major areas improvement • Demand management (DSM) programs encourage consumers modify level pattern electricity usage• Low CO2 emission energy sources • Improved network efficiency• Reduced emissions grid equipmentAs example Nordic Operations Information (NOIS) combines areas NOIS energy management designed T& D implemented Northern Europe interconnects hydro wind solar plants helping users optimize generation resources Utilities access production supply data real time send right power right source right customer right price way AREVA tries help customers cut CO2 emissions boosting transmission efficiency reducing losses power networks supply alternating current (AC) AC transmission entails major losses New AREVA technologies enable efficient trading transmission High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) networks immediately reduces losses HVDC technology way connect different AC frequencies voltages example regional country boundaries efficient way transmit large quantities electricity long distances result HVDC high demand link AC networks low emission power sources offshore wind parks activities contribute climate change example supply maintenance SF6 switchgear try work eco design limit leakages supply attractive GHG solution customers AREVA T& D worked develop patented special profile gaskets seals High tightness low leakage rates achieved thanks huge inner sealing surface surface broader ordinary O ring instance SF6 losses flange minimized improvement represents attractive design customers

 
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15 Carbon Dioxide Emissions Biologically Sequestered Carbon (New CDP 2009)
example carbon dioxide burning biomass/biofuels

 
15 1 provide total global carbon dioxide emissions metric tonnes CO2 biologically sequestered carbon Emissions metric tonnes CO2 use numbers
0

 
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time burn biologically sequestered carbon operations future assessing projects burn biomass biofuels modify reporting protocol projects confirmed accordance GHG protocol GHG Protocol states carbon dioxide combustion biologically sequestered carbon reported separately scopes

 
16 Emissions Intensity (CDP6 Q3(b))
16 1 supply financial emissions intensity measurement reporting year combined Scope 1 2 emissions measurement
follow GHG emissions turnover 2008 AREVA group’ s direct greenhouse gas emissions amounted 771 648 metric tons CO2 equivalent 22 4% drop 2007 constant turnover emissions dropped 56 7% 2004 2008 emissions 46% linked fossil fuels 27% sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) 22% nitrous oxide (N2O) 4% decrease SF6 emissions 2008 compared 2007 constant turnover

 
16 1 1 units example units metric tonnes CO2 e million Yen turnover metric tonnes CO2 e US$ profit metric tonnes CO2 e thousand Euros turnover
Total GHG Scope 1 +Total GHG Scope 2/ Euros revenuetCO2 e/ billion euros revenue

 
16 1 2 resulting figure Use decimal point necessary use “ ” “ ” e write 15 6 15 6
85.73

 
16 2 supply activity related intensity measurement reporting year combined Scope 1 2 emissions measurement
consider follow GHG emissions revenue good GHG measurement reported activity follow total GHG emissions compared total energy consumption indicator used assess average total CO2 emissions 1 MWh consumed

 
16 2 1 units e g metric tonnes CO2 e metric tonne output service sector businesses unit service provided
total CO2 emissions 1 MWh consumed

 
16 2 2 resulting figure Use decimal point necessary use “ ” “ ” e write 15 6 15 6
0.37

 
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17 Emissions History (CDP6 Q2(f))
17 1 emissions reporting year vary significantly compared previous years
Yes 
2008 AREVA group’ s direct greenhouse gas emissions amounted 771 648 metric tons CO2 equivalent 22 4% drop 2007 constant revenue emissions dropped 56 7% 2004 2008 emissions 46% linked fossil fuels 27% sulfur hexafl uoride (SF6) 22% nitrous oxide (N2O) 4% decrease SF6 emissions 2008 compared 2007 constant operations scope 2 indicator decreased 31% constant revenue 2004 2008 result ambitious actions plans implemented 2004 largest consumers implementing action plans based findings preliminary energy efficiency studies goal stabilizing ultimately reducing group’ s energy consumption methodological tools – including eco efficiency awareness kit best practice handbooks best available technologies energy news – designed group employees Accounting group’ s total emissions N2O emissions Malvé si site decreased significantly following events impacting site’ s operations year installation precipitation facility’ s ventilation decompose N2O oxygen nitrogen enable elimination emissions September 2009 La Hague site boilers group’ s facilities subject national quota allocation plan (PNAQ) saw GHG emissions drop 37 5% 2008 compared 2007 energy consumption dropped 4 5% comparable operations result achieved principally replacing heavy fuel oil boilers electric ones

 
answer 17 1 Yes 17 1 1 Estimate percentage emissions vary compared previous reporting year box accept numerical answers containing decimal point use " " " " e write 10 6 10 6
22.4 %

 
emissions increased decreased
Decreased 

 
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18 External Verification/Assurance (CDP6 Q2(d))
18 1 information reported response questions 10 – 15 externally verified/assured
Yes, it has been externally verified/assured in whole or in part.(Please continue with questions 18.2 to 18.5) 

 
aid automated analysis responses select responses tick boxes use text box provided tick boxes menu options appropriate

 
18 2 State scope/boundary emissions included verification/assurance exercise
Scope 1 Q10.1


 
use text box scope/boundary emissions included verification/assurance exercise tick box menu options applicable
reporting reviewed external auditors delivered reasonable assurance report concerning • 2008 Direct GHG emissions ( excluding transport)• energy consumption

 
18 3 State level assurance (eg reasonable limited) given
reasonable level assurance given

 
18 4 Provide copy verification/assurance statement attach copy/copies

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18 5 Specify standard information verified/assured
2003 AREVA asking verification environmental social security indicators present sustainable development report published group work carried intervention aimed ensure understanding proper application AREVA Environment Department procedures environmental reporting social security validity data level n +1 procedure PO_COG_ENV_001 entitled "Organization data control SD reporting environment department" describes organization Environment department reporting controls specialists environment specialists procedure introduced 2006 updated 2008 (version December 1)

 
18 6 information provided response questions 10 15 verified state plans GHG emissions accounting information externally verified/assured future

 
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19 Data Accuracy (CDP6 Q2(e) – New wording CDP 2009)
19 1 main sources uncertainty data gathering handling calculations e g data gaps assumptions extrapolation metering/measurement inaccuracies gather emissions data select emissions data gathered proceed question 20
Emission data is gathered. 
main sources uncertainty data gathering handling calculations metering/measurement inaccuracies example measures based quarterly concentration measure concentration flow annual quantity declared extrapolateddata gaps example possible lack completeness emissions refrigerants sites having difficulties report coolant emissions

 
19 2 uncertainties affect accuracy reported data percentage terms estimated standard deviation
internal reporting protocol designed establish improve maintain accuracy GHG inventory reporting protocol possible party check data sources documents used measure calculate consolidate data (notably internal external auditors statutory auditors) documents evidence (invoices meter reading etc& ) kept available 3 year period sampling measurements analysis methods used comply appropriate national international standards standards exist standards exist documentation methods used archived available consultation specialized correspondents perform following general internal audit tasks Audits formalized filed data calculated compared results various financial reporting stages significant differences explained Control ratios established Calculation checks calculation checked findings written Checks carried party (not person did original calculations) reporting protocol reference document external data audit available consultation external auditors Auditors access archived data evaluated uncertainty margins assess GHG emissions inventory Combined uncertainty / method (%) t CO2 eN2O CO2 comb CO2 proc EU ETS CO2 proc SF6 Total19 0% 2 5% 2 5% 20 0% 20 0% 20 0% 8 5%

 
19 3 Does company report GHG emissions mandatory voluntary scheme (other CDP) requires accuracy assessment
No (Please go to question 20.) 

 
19 3 1 provide scheme
EU emissions trading scheme 

 
19 3 2 provide accuracy assessment GHG emissions reported scheme report delivered
reasonable level assurance given external auditors (13/02/2009 Deloitte)

 
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20 Energy Fuel Requirements Costs (New CDP 2009)
provide following information reporting year Cost purchased energy
20 1 total cost electricity heat steam cooling purchased company

 
Select currency

 
20 1 1 break costs individual energy type Table 8 “ Cost” column accept text use numbers
Energy type
Cost
Currency
 Electricity
 Heat
 Steam
 Cooling

 
Cost purchased fuel20 2 total cost fuel purchased company mobile stationary combustion

 
Select currency

 
20 2 1 breakdown costs individual fuel type Table 9 cost column accept text use numbers
Mobile combustion fuels
Cost
Currency

 
Stationary combustion fuels
Cost
Currency

 
Energy fuel inputsThe following questions designed establish company’ s requirements energy fuel (inputs) note MWh preferred unit answers helps comparability analysis usually associated electricity equally used represent energy content fuels (see CDP2009 Reporting Guidance information conversions MWh) Purchased energy input20 3 company’ s total consumption purchased energy MWh use numbers
3021000 MWh

 
Purchased self produced fuel input20 4 company’ s total consumption MWh fuels stationary combustion includes purchased fuels biomass self produced fuels relevant use numbers
14626204 MWh

 
answering question used Higher Heating Values (also known Gross Calorific Values) Lower Heating Values (also known Net Calorific Values) state used calculating answers
Net Calorific Values

 
20 4 1 break total consumption fuels reported answer question 20 4 individual fuel type MWh Table 10 use numbers
Stationary combustion fuels
MWh
Natural gas 458277
Propane 110436
Residual fuel oil 283253
Gas/Diesel oil 562151
Motor gasoline / petrol 12086

 
Energy outputIn question ask information energy MWh generated company fuel uses Comparing energy contained fuel combustion (question 20 4) energy available use combustion indication efficiency combustion processes taking industry sector account 20 5 total energy generated MWh fuels reported question 20 4 use numbers

 
20 6 total MWh renewable energy excluding biomass self generated company use numbers
0 MWh

 
Energy exportsThis question companies export energy surplus requirements example company use electricity combined heat power plant export heat organisation 20 7 percentage energy reported response question 20 5 exported/sold company grid parties use numbers
0 %

 
20 8 percentage renewable energy reported response question 20 6 exported/sold company grid parties use numbers
0 %

 
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20 1 total cost electricity heat steam cooling purchased company France (66% total electricity consumption group worldwide) total cost electricity (975 145 MWh) estimated 42 090 k€ 20 1 1 break costs individual energy type Data availableCost purchased fuel20 2 total cost fuel purchased company mobile stationary combustion France cost heavy domestic fuel estimated 11 678 kEurosthe cost gasoline estimated 8 625 kEurosThe cost diesel fuel Mining Business Unit 22 589 kEuros 20 4 company’ s total consumption MWh fuels stationary combustion includespurchased fuels biomass self produced fuels relevant 20 4 1 break total consumption fuels reported answer question 20 4 individual fuel type MWh Fossil fuels Electricity HeatEnergy consumption 2008 47 % 49% 4%Energy output20 5 total energy generated MWh fuels reported question 20 4 Data consolidated terms generation

 
21 EU Emissions Trading Scheme (CDP6 Q2(g)(i) – New wording CDP 2009)
Electric utilities report allowances emissions using table question EU5 21 1 Does company operate ownership facilities covered EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS)
Yes (Please answer the following questions - 21.2 to 21.4) 

 
details 21 2 allowances allocated free year Phase II facilities operate (Even wholly facilities number allowances) Table 11 use numbers
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Free allowances metric tonnes CO2 91978 91978 91978 91978 91978

 
21 3 total allowances purchased national auctioning processes period 1 January 2008 31 December 2008 facilities operate (Even wholly facilities total allowances purchased auctions facilities period) Total allowances purchased auction
0

 
21 4 total CO2 emissions 1 January 2008 31 December 2008 facilities operate (Even wholly facilities total emissions period )Total emissions metric tonnes
53610

 
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22 Emissions Trading (CDP6 Q2(g)(ii) New wording CDP 2009)
Electric utilities read EU6 answering questions
22 1 provide details emissions trading schemes EU ETS company participates likely participate years
We participate or anticipate participating in trading schemes other than the EU ETS in the next two years. 
renewable Business Unit developed expertise carbon market technologies offered customers eligible carbon credits Biopower Biogas Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) Wind Areva engineering constructing plants offer service carbon project development (CDM development/PDD approvals/Registration CDM CDM data monitoring issuance VERs CERs) Renewable Business Unit established countries carbon credits generated (i e projects developing countries Brazil India Thailand ) close demand credits (headquartered Europe) AREVA today active area Kyoto mechanisms CDM projects scope multi year plan reduce greenhouse gas emissions (target end 2011 vs 2004 50% GHG emissions reduction) AREVA decided carbon neutral offsetting residual emissions purchase credits originating greenhouse gas reduction projects outside Group end AREVA contracted EcoAct view selecting supporting environmental projects (renewable energies energy efficiency) benefiting local populations countries group operations include providing Brazilian industry biomass fuel switching plants group continue offset emissions addition current reduction program

 
22 2 overall strategy complying schemes required elected participate including EU ETS
component strategy pursue aggressive reduction plan emissions progressively including reporting scopes addition involved carbon neutrality program continue offset emissions voluntary market addition current reduction program time Renewable Energy business unit plans develop activity CDM VER project development Brazil India coming years anticipate emissions group’ s facility (La Hague) covered EU ETS allowance plant seek sell excess quotas CER EUA carbon market

 
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22 Carbon credits
22 3 purchased project based carbon credits
Yes. (Please answer the following questions) 

 
indicate credits meet following commitments
Primarily for voluntary offsetting of your own emissions


 
22 4 Provide details including type unit volume vintage purchased standard/scheme credits verified issued retired (where applicable)
bought VERs total volume 880 000 tons equivalent CO2 offset emissions VER bought responding standards VCS 2007 Social Carbon partner EcoAct purchased VERs 6 different projects biomass Brasil hydroelectricity China hydroelectricity India carbon projects Renewable business unit sold VER VCS CER

 
22 5 involved origination project based carbon credits
Yes. (Please answer the following question) 

 
22 6 provide details including • role project(s) • locations technologies involved • standard/scheme projects being/have developed • emissions reductions validated verified • annual volumes generated/projected carbon credits • Retirement method used compliance offsetting
role Renewable business unit engineer procure construct power plant relevant provide CDM development service (ultimately leading generation CERs VERs) provide VER development serviceand/or 2009 onwards purchase customers VERs generated power plant 2008 location projects India technologies involved biomass power waste heat recovery standard projects developed CDM VCSEmission reductions projects associated (through customers) validation 2008 aggregated annual volume projected 80000 tCO2e/year VERs generated projects purchase used offsetting policy following years VER validated verified VCS issued VCS registry holder request registry cancel VER (VCU – Voluntary Carbon Units) relevant

 
22 7 involved trading allowances EU ETS and/or project based carbon credits separate business activity direct support business activity investment fund management provision offsetting services
No. (Please go to question 23) 

 
22 8 provide details role performed

 
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Performance
23 Reduction plans & goals (CDP6 Q3(a))
23 1 Does company GHG emissions and/or energy reduction plan place
Yes. (Please go to question 23.3) 

 
23 2 explain aid automated analysis responses select response options using text box just use text box provided options appropriate

 
menu options appropriate answer question using text box

 
Goal setting23 3 emissions and/or energy reduction target(s)
Yes. (Please answer the following questions) 

 
23 4 baseline year target(s)
2004

 
23 5 emissions and/or energy reduction target(s)
AREVA aggressive GHG emissions reduction plan place energy consumption reduction plans deployed units Group deployed energy saving programs facilities AREVA Environment Policy 2007 2011 requests Business Unit cascades policy facilities (through AREVA Way integrated management ALARA approach) makes yearly progress plans improve eco efficiency allow Group achieve end 2011 (from 2004 baseline) following objectives constant activity turnover scope energy consumption 20% direct GHG emissions 50% AREVA Environment Policy request major contributing sites terms SF6 emissions reduce emissions 4% year

 
23 6 sources activities target(s) applies
targets (emissions energy) applies factories

 
23 7 period/timescale does target(s) extend
current policy targets applies 2011

 
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23 GHG emissions energy reduction activities
23 8 activities undertaking planning undertake reduce emissions/energy use
major contributing sites terms energy consumption update improvement action plans 3 years based energy diagnosis methodological tools (advocacy kit good practice guides best available technologies energy news) available intranet group Comurhex Malvesi site major contributor terms N2O (97 7% group’ s emissions) action plan progress eradicate emissions N2O energy investments favor CO2 emission intensive solutions (the cost CO2 emissions integrated business decisions) Concerning uranium enrichment (the enrichment plant biggest energy consumer AREVA Group) decision taken replace present technology (gaseous diffusion) technology energy intensive (ultracentrifugation) erection new plant using technology progress ultracentrifugation process consumes 50 times energy gaseous diffusion monitor closely use SF6 T& D equipment manufacturing plants (SF6 used certain equipments safety properties) maintenance dismantling customers equipments deploy eco design approach including improvements concerning SF6 use Finally internal seminar prospective energy usage organized 2009 collaboration Strategy Purchasing Environment Corporate Departments participants holders industrial projects able assess advantages disadvantages available energies

 
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23 Goal evaluation
23 9 benchmarks key performance indicators use assess progress emissions/energy reduction goals set
benchmarking practises major industrial groups fields Energy Transport 2008 studied practises major groups concerning carbon offsetting quarter analyse GHG emissions energy consumption check good track respect targets end year complete analysis check compliant targets way follow energy consumption 20% (at constant turnover) direct GHG emissions 50% (at constant turnover) SF6 emissions reduction 4% year major contributing sites (at constant turnover) addition Areva undertaking different activities reduce GHG emissions 1/ energy efficiency programs major contributing sites terms consumption energy update 3 years improvement action plans based energy diagnosis (Environment Policy 2011)2/process modifications eliminated SF6 emission end facility Pierrelatte (France) recycling fluor gaseous emission corresponding equipments operation end 2006Please answer question 23 8

 
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23 Goal achievement
23 10 emissions reductions energy savings associated cost savings achieved date result plan and/or activities described state methodology data sources used calculating reductions savings
Reduction constant turnover Energy comsuption Direct GHG emissions2004 100% 100%2005 96% 94%2006 87% 75%2007 82% 62%2008 77% 43%

 
23 11 investment required achieve emissions reductions energy savings targets carry activities listed response question 23 8 period investment Table 13 “ Investment number” column accept text use numbers
Emission reduction target/energy saving target or activity
Investment number
Investment currency
Timescale

 
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GHG emissions reductions main investments 2007 suppression SF6 emissions factory COMURHEX Pierrelatte2007 Increasing reliability COMURHEX Malvesi factory strong impacts N2O emissions2007 2008 Creation SF6 networks T& D factories reduce SF6 leakages Aix les Bains factory Villeurbanne factory Oberentfelden factory (Switzerland) Macon factory2008 Fuel switching (fuel electricity) combustion units AREVA La Hague factory impact CO2 emissionsFor energy savings 2007 2009 New GB2 factory (Tricastin France) Concerning uranium enrichment (the enrichment plant biggest energy consumer AREVA Group) decision taken replace present technology (gaseous diffusion) technology energy intensive (ultracentrifugation) erection new plant using technology progress ultracentrifugation process consumes 50 times energy gaseous diffusion 2008 Decrease Energy consumption AREVA La Hague factory Fuel switching (diminution fuel consumption) steam production combustion units Eco attitude training campaign entire group (2005 2008) Methodological tools (advocacy kit good practice guides best available technologies energy news) available group Intranet

 
23 Goal planning & investment
Electric utilities read table question EU3 giving details forecasted emissions
23 12 investment required achieve future targets set reduction plan carry activities listed response question 23 8 period expect payback investment Table 14 “ Number” column accept text use numbers
Plan or action
Investment number
Investment currency
Payback

 
23 13 estimate company’ s future Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions years main territories regions operate provide qualitative explanation expected changes impact future GHG emissions possible use table 15 structure answer question alternatively use text box
main issue years mining activity strongly increase important consequences energy consumption GHG emissions example consider Imouraren (Niger) project emit 200 000 t CO2 e 2012 270000 2013 Trekkopje (Namibia) project emit 85000 t CO2 e 2011We currently evaluate various technical options help stabilize reduce emissions initial forecasts regarding new projects time ongoing project involves significant industrial investment eradication N2O emissions Comurhex Malvé si plant commissioning date September 2009 factory major contributor terms N2O (97 7% group’ s emissions) representing 22% direct GHG emissions 2008 Concerning scope 2 emissions emissions mainly electricity consumption main changes 5 years • Concerning uranium enrichment (the enrichment plant “ Eurodif” south France biggest energy consumer AREVA Group) decision taken replace present technology (gaseous diffusion) technology energy intensive (ultracentrifugation) erection new plant using technology progress ultracentrifugation process consumes 50 times energy (mainly electricity) gaseous diffusion • choice use electricity multi fuel boilers produce heat site (instead heavy fuel) thought progress replace boilers new electric equipments biomass power stations

 
Scope 1 forecasted emissions Table 15 following units
t CO2 e

 
Scope 2 forecasted emissions Table 15 following units
t CO2 e

 
Table 15 “ Scope” columns accept text use numbers Type territory region giving data press “ Add Territory/Region” giving global figure instead separate figures regions territories write “ global” box labelled “ Enter territory region” Click sample table
Future reporting years:
End date for year end DD/MM/YYYY 31/12/2009 31/12/2010 31/12/2011 31/12/2012
Emission forecasts
Scope 1
Scope 2
Scope 1
Scope 2
Scope 1
Scope 2
Scope 1
Scope 2
Scope 1
Scope 2
Africa 189154 359222 425218 479122
Europe 590247 372131 365710 359549
Asia 58404 58013 57456 56922
Americas 84840 84873 69278 68562
Oceania 9100 9100 9100 9100

 
23 14 estimate company’ s future energy use years main territories regions operate provide qualitative explanation expected changes impact future GHG emissions possible use table 16 structure answer question alternatively use text box
Mining BU major contributor Group term energy consumption consequently major emitter greenhouse gases emissions AREVA expects increase consumption new projects Niger Namibia New facilities planned future increase energy demand order decrease GHG emissions AREVA studying various options instance feasibility implement Concentrated Solar Power plants Niger order provide carbon free energy replace diesel energy power production new projects designed aim reducing environmental impacts new facility “ Georges Besse 2” uranium enrichment plays key role energy demand pattern answers questions describing project Concerning Chemistry Business Unit Comurhex Malvesi plant project replace fuel boilers technologies like biomass power plants energy intensive permit reduce GHG emissions

 
Table 16 use numbers Type territory region giving data description data giving e g electricity consumption press “ Add Row” giving global figure instead separate figures regions territories use word “ global” table accept different types units e g units volume mass Click sample table
Future reporting years:
End date for year end DD/MM/YYYY
Energy use estimates for territory/region
Number
Units
Number
Units
Number
Units
Number
Units
Number
Units

 
23 15 explain methodology used estimations assumptions
estimations GHG asked different Business Units estimations years based fuel consumption refrigeration fluid consumption GHG emissions processFor energy estimations worked Purchasing Department (fuel electricity future estimations) verified datas given Business unit direct GHG emissions coherent fuel estimations

 
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24 Planning (CDP6 Q3(c))
24 1 factor cost future emissions capital expenditures impact estimated costs investment decisions
added investment review process systematic analysis GHG emissions consequences (positive negative) internal pay calculation takes account financial valorisation GHG emitted reduced current reference value taken account new investment 25 Euros/tonne CO2 2008 2012 40 € tonne CO2 longer period levels subject periodic reviews updates

 
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Governance
25 Responsibility (CDP6 Q4(a))
25 1 Does Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change
Yes. (Please answer question 25.3 and 25.4) 

 
25 2 state overall responsibility climate change managed indicate highest level company responsibility climate change
overall climate change strategy jointly defined relevant Corporate Directors Headquarters approved Executive Committee implemented joint supervision Safety Security Health Environment Senior VP Sustainable Development Senior VP CFO Strategy Senior VP members Executive Committee Safety Security Health Environment Department Sustainable Development Continuous Improvement Department charge coordinating deploying reporting Group’ s Environment Policy

 
25 3 Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change

 
25 4 mechanism Board executive body reviews company’ s progress status regarding climate change
Safety Security Health Environment Department Sustainable Development Continuous Improvement Department submit coordination Business Units periodical reports Executive Committee reports GHG emissions energy consumption form mainstream reporting Group

 
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26 Individual Performance (CDP6 Q4(b))
26 1 provide incentives individual management climate change issues including attainment GHG targets
Yes. (Please go to question 26.2)  

 
26 2 incentives linked monetary rewards
Yes scale provide incentives individual management climate change issues including attainment GHG targets environmental policy defined objectives terms GHGs emissions reduction Cascading targets Business Units allows set individual objectives progress plans report periodically applies targets reduce energy consumption certain factories group incentives linked monetary rewards example bonus malus workers management countries scheme feasible management responsibility reach targets cascaded sites

 
26 3 entitled benefit incentives
workers management

 
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27 Communications (CDP6 Q4(c))
27 1 publish information risks opportunities presented company climate change details emissions plans reduce emissions
publish information risks opportunities presented climate change details emissions plans reduce emissions annual report “ Reference Document 2008” Appendix 4 Environment Report « Environmental performance improvement » provide relevant information topic annual activity SD report (available www areva com)

 
indicate following apply provide details and/or link documents copy relevant excerpt 27 2 company’ s Annual Report mainstream filings
Yes 

Download attachment
 
27 3 Voluntary communications (other CDP) Corporate Social Responsibility reporting
Yes 
addition distributing Activity Report engage regular basis open discussions external stakeholders member Global Compact engaged “ Caring Climate” initiative represents additional forum dialogue topics

 
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28 Public Policy (CDP6 Q4(d))
28 1 engage policymakers possible responses climate change including taxation regulation carbon trading
Yes 
Yes contact policymakers dealing possible responses climate change including taxation regulation carbon tradingIf provide details AREVA participates various forums national regional international levels climate change issues potential responses discussed particular AREVA member – national international levels Business Industry multistakeholder associations organizations (for example WBCSD Global Compact ICC WEC WNA) having engaging dialogue policymakers actors society issue energy climate change

 
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