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The Energy Challenge for a Global Manufacturing

Organisation
Tim Sullivan
Director, Global Energy Management & Property Compliance

2015 Rolls-Royce plc


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Agenda

Rolls-Royce Who we are


Our portfolio challenges & opportunities
Our Transformation

Where we are on our journey?


What's going well?
Whats not going well?
What does the future hold?

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We are a power systems and services Group

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We are a power systems and services Group

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Current Property Portfolio


Gross Internal Area by Region

5%
25%

70%

Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)


Americas
Asia-Pacific

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September 2015, Energy Event

GIA: 2.27million m2
Circa 1,000 Buildings
262 Sites
45 Countries
>50,000 Employees
110m Global Energy Spend

Environmental Performance
ACARE Flightpath 2050 Goals
Reduce aircraft CO2
emissions per passenger
kilometre by 75%
Reduce noise by 65%
Reduce NOx by 90%
Facilities Targets:
Normalised energy reduction
of 30% by 2020 (2014
baseline)
50% absolute reduction in
GHGs by 2025

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Current Environmental Performance


2015 Facilities GHG

600

500

494

Facilities GHG ktCO2e


455

2016

2017

400

2018

2019

2020

455ktCO2e

2021
2022

8%

2023
2024

300

247

200

2015 Facilities Energy

112MWh/ revenue

100

0
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025

3%

We have been awarded Industry Leader, Industry Mover and Gold Class award for the Aerospace and
Defence sector in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Achieving an overall score of 77, we have been
listed in the DJSI World and DJSI Europe indexes.
Our score of 99B is our highest to date and has earned us a place in the FTSE 350 Climate Disclosure
Leadership Index. This reflects our commitment to continuously improving our environmental
performance and disclosure

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Our Facilities

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Where are we on our Journey?


2000

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2020

Challenges of Transformation

Double Occupancy
Ramp up and down of production flexible
services
Exit and demolition of old facilities
Understanding site strategy and alignment

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Programmatic
Technology Deployment
Strategic Partnership with
Philips
Deployed 3500 high-bay
fittings across the Rolls Royce
estate
New projects coming on
stream in the UK, USA,
Singapore and Germany

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Programmatic Technology Deployment


Manufacture small-mid
size gas-fired CHP units
(120 2,500 kW)
Good size for RollsRoyce small process
heat loads
Deployed in Italy (trigen), Oberursel &
Friedrichshafen
Planned for Derby

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Programmatic Technology Deployment


Solar PV pilots at Seletar, Singapore (4 MWp) and Bristol,
UK (2 MWp)
Project Sunshine establish the global potential
Identifying strategic partner to assess and develop other
sites

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Programmatic Technology Deployment

Installing & Upgrading BMS across portfolio


Control Centres at MTU Friedrichshafen, Singapore,
Aiken SC
Aim connect all major facilities
Rotating control receiving and prioritising work
orders

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Challenges ahead

Driving out cost: management of future energy


prices
Property footprint reduction: 2 major
redevelopments left Derby & Indianapolis
(~700,000 m2 in total)
Some of the easy things are done: continued
investment
Product make/buy: Some manufacturing is
moving to higher carbon economies
Future developments in governmental
Renewable Energy policy
Carbon pricing into decision making

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Tim Sullivan
Director, Energy Management & Property Compliance
+44 7972 001 527
tim.sullivan@rolls-royce.com

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