0 Sustainability Review (continued) Drop the C - reducing CO2 emissions (continued) Lower emissions in production O Q, Report of the Executive Board Report of the Supervisory Board 2020 commitment Reduce CO2 emissions from production by 40% to 6.4 kg CO2-eq/hl7 2018 milestone Reduce CO2 emissions from production by 37% to 6.7 kg CO2-eq/hl Our progress On track Our contribution to the SDGs: 7.2 Share of renewable energy 7.3 Double the improvement of energy efficiency We are ahead of our 2020 commitment, achieving a 47% reduction in CO2 emissions from production, compared with 2008 (2017: 41%). Our emissions are decreasing in absolute terms as well - even though production volumes in 2018 were 81% higher than in 2008, our emissions were 4% lower. 27% of our electrical energy and 10% of our thermal energy come from renewable sources (2017: 29% and 7% respectively). A new onsite biomass boiler now provides 100% of the thermal needs in our brewery in Sampang Agung, Indonesia. Electricity mix 2018 for beverage production Imported renewable (green certificates) Country electricity mix (renewable) Own non-renewable production Country electricity mix (non-renewable) Own renewable production For more on our Drop the C programme approach and progress, see our website and case studies. We delivered three projects to capture and reuse biogas from wastewater treatment plants at our breweries in Guadalajara and Toluca in Mexico and Sango-Ota in Nigeria. Looking ahead We piloted an internal carbon price mechanism to inform our investment decisions and drive low-carbon solutions and innovations. In 2019, we will use more renewable energy, as new projects will be delivered by our Renewable Energy programme across all regions. A significant volume of the power for our production in Mexico will be generated from wind and hydro sources. A number of our businesses in Asia Pacific will be supplied with electricity produced by Solar panels mounted on the roof of our production facilities. In Europe, Asia Pacific and Brazil, we are commissioning new biomass projects to supply renewable sources of heat. CO2 emissions in production (kg CO2-eq/hl beer, cider, soft drinks and water) Our 2020 target NJ O —i oo Ui In 2017 6.1 2016 6.5 2015 6.7 2014 7.2 Heineken N.V. Annual Report 2018 Financial Statements Sustainability Review Other Information Brewing a Better World in action Wind power in Brazil In 2018, HEINEKEN Brazil started up its own wind farm in Acaraü, Ceara. With a capacity of 112,000 MWh, it can cover 30% of the total electricity needed by our operations in Brazil. Biomass and biogas In Nigeria, we have started using renewable biogas generated from the treatment of wastewater to power our boilers. In June 2018, we launched our first biomass plant in Indonesia, at the brewery in Sampang Agung. It is the tenth biomass plant of HEINEKEN, which will produce 100% of Sampang Agung brewery's heat requirements using rice husks as a fuel.

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