CDL Hospitality Trusts - Sustainability Report 2022

Our Performance GHG Emissions for FY 2022 (in metric tCO2e) Scope 1 Diesel 2,626.8 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) 521.6 Natural Gas 2,523.9 Scope 1 total 5,672.2 Scope 2 Electric Power 22,447.1 Scope 1 & 2 total 28,119.3 Our Scope 1 emissions include the use of fuel across the 18 portfolio properties across the different geographies. Diesel and LPG usage is mainly from properties in the Maldives and Japan, while natural gas is the main form of fuel used in the rest of the properties. For further details, please refer to our Metrics and Targets disclosures within our TCFD Report above. Our Targets We aim to work towards reducing our emissions through various energy efficiencymeasures, witha target of achieving Net Zero by 2050. We will also consider decarbonisation strategies for identified emission-intensive hotspots. Our reporting baseline for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions will be FY 2022. Action Across Hotels • More than 80% of our portfolio properties by value have fully converted to LED lighting. Some of these LED lights also feature motion sensors that allow for further energy savings when certain areas are not occupied. • Copthorne King’s Hotel uses an Energy Management System for its chiller plant operation and air handling unit controls in its public areas and function rooms, allowing the hotel to effectively manage temperatures. All of the guest rooms are also fitted with Smart Room Control Units that sense the occupancy status of the rooms, adjusting lighting and air-conditioning accordingly. The hotel has improved its energy efficiency by approximately 10% since the implementation of the Smart Room Control Units. • Orchard Hotel replaced its entire chiller system in FY 2022. This new system coupled with use of Energy Management control points, enabled the hotel to reduce its energy consumption by 20% to 30%. • W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, continues to uphold a commitment to their “2025 Sustainability and Social Impact Goals” aimed at reducing the operational carbon footprint through advancements in energy efficiency and stringent energy consumption monitoring. Its BMS helped delineate areas to optimise energy usage through alterations to its chillers and Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning system. • All of our properties also carry out regular maintenance and cleaning of critical Air-Conditioning and Mechanical Ventilation Systems ensuring that this equipment operates at the intended condition. Additionally where applicable, non-essential zones will have energy supply limited to equipment such as lighting, escalators and air-conditioning to reduce energy wastage. Energy Efficiency We strive to reduce energy consumption across our entire portfolio through multiple energy efficiency initiatives whilst actively monitoring consumption patterns to deduce areas for further improvement and relevant strategic decisions to curtail our overall energy consumption. Our Approach The numerous assets across the CDLHT portfolio tailor their energy management approaches according to their respective environmental policies and regulations, and based on their individual energy practices. This involves implementing operational initiatives aimed at directly reducing energy consumption and retrofitting technological advancements to generate energy efficiencies. Operational Controls To Curb Energy Consumption Our hotels are largely subject to their respective brand system environmental policies and energy management systems, which monitor energy consumption practices, guide the implementation of energy measures, and improve awareness of energy consumption. Primary energy efficiency measures adopted across our individual hotels include the use of Building Management Systems (“BMS”) and Energy Management Systems (“EMS”). BMS and/or EMS have been adopted at 83% of the properties covered in this report. These systems assist in monitoring, managing, reporting, and ultimately controlling energy intensive business operations, thereby enabling hotels to optimise their energy use. Our hotels employ BMS and EMS to determine lighting schedules, operating hours for building functions, temperature settings and other control functions to reduce energy consumption. 109 OVERVIEW AND FINANCIAL REVIEW MARKET REVIEW LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE PROPERTY PORTFOLIO SUSTAINABILITY & GOVERNANCE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND OTHER INFORMATION

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