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We will leverage the knowledge we have obtained from Eneco’s initiatives in our domestic businesses as an effort to enhance Chubu Electric Power’s business value.Jointly with Mitsubishi Corporation, Chubu Electric Power acquired Eneco, an integrated energy company in the Netherlands, in March 2020. Eneco is a leading green energy company in Europe, having a value chain in the four key business areas of power generation, electricity trading, electricity retail and district heating services mainly in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Eneco is proactively promoting the supply of green electricity, supplying 100% green electricity to consumers and concluding a sale and purchase contract with companies for electricity deriving from renewable energy power sources. Chubu Electric Power positions Eneco as a platform for its European strategy and will make efforts accordingly.Platform for our European strategyEneco’s initiatives and leveraging the outcome in our domestic businessesVOICEInitiatives locally undertaken to enhance the corporate value of both Chubu Electric Power and Eneco (Voices of Chubu Electric Power employees dispatched to Eneco)Eneco has been accelerating its decarbonization efforts and announced on June 15, 2021 that it will work to achieve net zero GHG emissions by 2035. I’ve felt a strong sense of mission toward decarbonization among Eneco employees. We are supporting Eneco’s decarbonization efforts by utilizing the technical knowledge owned by Chubu Electric Power. Specically, we are working to increase the energy efciency of Eneco’s power generation assets based on the know-how we have accumulated over the years on operation and maintenance of such assets. In the future, we hope to leverage Eneco’s technologies concerning offshore wind power generation and hydrogen for Chubu Electric Power to create synergistic effect in our zero emissions policy. We will also support Japanese companies operating in Europe in achieving sustainability.Eneco’s initiatives* Electric power energy conversionSeconded employees from Corporate Planning & Strategy Division of Chubu Electric PowerKishi Hisashi (left) and Kitaori Hironori TOPICSNet zero GHG emissions target announced by EnecoElectricity/gas trading, electricity/gas retailRenewable energy power capacity(1) Expanding renewable energy(3) Enhancing new services(2) Expanding customer base and enhancing customer satisfaction• Electric power handling capacity of approx. 30 billion kWh• Gas handling capacity of approx. 50 billion kWh*• Approx. 6 million customers• Approx. 4,400 MW (Eneco net generation capacity + contracted capacity with other companies)Aims to double its net renewable energy power generation capacity in the next ve years.Enhances new services that will contribute to better energy services, such as e-Mobility (setting up charging spots).Works to expand the customer base and enhance customer satisfaction by combining electricity/gas sales with technical services provided through visits to customers’ homes in the Netherlands and by promoting its brand as a green brand and encouraging digitalization.InvestmentEquity ratio: 20%Joint holding companyEquity ratio: 80%To remain the leader in responding to climate change, Eneco has announced that it will work to achieve net zero GHG emissions by 2035 not just in its own activities but also in the energy it supplies to customers.Announcement (Excerpt)• 100% renewable electricity supply for business customers by 2030 (This has been already achieved for retail consumers.)• Carbon-free solutions for gas users (business customers and retail consumers), etc.Initiatives Related to Overseas Businesses36Chubu Electric Power Group Report 2021Top CommitmentValue CreationStrategyClimate ChangeBusiness ActivitiesGovernanceHuman ResourcesFinancial / Corporate Data

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