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RE100
ROAD TO 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY TOKYU LAND CORPORATION aims to achieve 100% renewable energy for the electricity used for its business activities by 2025

We have set 2025 as the target year for achieving RE100, or use of electricity from 100% renewable energy sources for corporate activities. We will use our in-house power generation facilities proactively to achieve it.
A total of 457 GWh (assumption) of power will be from renewable energy sources. This will lead to a reduction of CO2 by 210,000 tons per year, which is equivalent to annual electricity-derived CO2 emissions from approx. 118,000 households(*1). This will allow tenants of our buildings to use power from renewable energy(*2), helping them to gain recognition as environmentally friendly companies.

RE100 CLIMATE GROUP CDP

*1. Calculated based on data on CO2 emissions from 4-6 households (fiscal 2019) from Japan Center for Climate Change Actions
*2. FIT Non-Fossil Certificate with Tracking Information will be used. This certificate links attribute information of power plants to FIT Non-Fossil Certificate (renewable energy falling under the FIT scheme), thus enabling tracking to power plants as sources of renewable energy. It can also be used for RE100.

Facilities where switching to renewable energy has been completed

The Company's OfficeSHIBUYA SOLASTA

Switched in April 2021

The Company's OfficeShibuya Dogenzaka Tokyu Building

Switched in April 2021

The Company's OfficeShinsaibashi Tokyu Building

Switched in April 2021

The Company's OfficeSapporo Branch

Switched in April 2021*

The Company's OfficeYokohama Branch

Switched in April 2021*

Office BuildingAsia Building

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingEbisu East Building

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingKyowa Gobankan

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingShibuya Square B

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingShibuya Center Place

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingShibuya Place

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingShin-Aoyama Tokyu Building

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingSpline Aoyama Tokyu Building

Switched in April 2021

Office BuildingNikko Shibuya Nanpeidai Building

Switched in April 2021

Commercial FacilityShibuya Beam

Switched in April 2021

Commercial FacilityGlassarea Aoyama

Switched in April 2021

Commercial FacilityFrame Jinnan-Zaka

Switched in April 2021

*For Sapporo Branch and Yokohama Branch, credits under the J-Credit Scheme are planned to be used for switching to renewable energy. J-Credit Scheme is a system (for carbon offsetting) that allows absorbing CO2 indirectly by acquiring credits, which are granted mainly for the use of renewable energy and deemed equivalent to CO2 reduction. The credits can be used for RE100.

The Renewable Energy Business of
TOKYU LAND CORPORATION

We launched the renewable energy power generation business in 2014. We have been operating solar power generation, wind power generation, and other businesses all over Japan under the brand name ReENE. We have now become one of Japan's leading operators of renewable energy power generation business in terms of business scale. We will continue to develop renewable energy power generation facilities across Japan to utilize renewable energy for in-house power generation.

Total number of projects

79

Rated capacity

1,314MW

Equivalent to power
consumed by approx.

529,000households*

*Calculated by assuming power consumption per household at 4,573 kWh/year
(based on labeling guidelines for FY2021 from Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association)(As of December 31, 2021)