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Energy Management

OJR compiles accurate and transparent data by collectively managing the aggregation of its energy usage and CO₂ emissions via an outsourcing contractor. Furthermore, this data is analyzed in order to continuously manage energy reductions.

< Energy Usage Statistics (for properties under control of OJR) >
  Electric Power Consumption
Electric Power Consumption
(Mwh)
District Heating & Cooling
District Heating & Cooling
(GJ)
Fuel Intensity
Fuel Intensity
(Mwh)
Water Use Intensity
Water Use Intensity
(km³)
CO2 Emissions
CO₂ Emissions*
(ktCO₂)
          SCOPE1 SCOPE2
FY2017 98,702 167,762 8,332 520   1 58
FY2016 102,853 170,502 11,036 691 2 60
FY2015 89,432 57,701 6,631 519   1 48
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As for the numerical targets, please see "Energy Usage/Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Policy" as well as "Water Conservation Policy".
CO₂ emissions are calculated based on the method defined in the Ministry of the Environment's "Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting System."
Increase of each energy statistics is due to acquisition of multi-purpose facilities, etc. during FY2016.
Scope 1 refers to direct emissions of greenhouse gases originating from the use of fuels and other materials in facilities.
Scope 2 refers to indirect emissions resulting from the use of electricity, heat and steam supplied by other companies.

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Waste Management

  Electric Power Consumption
weight of waste
  CO2 Emissions
Recycling Rate
FY2017 8,430   53.4%
FY2016 7,549 60.7%
FY2015 6,992   64.8%
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As for the numerical target, please see "Waste Weight Management Policy".
The data for FY2015 is the total weight of the waste reported from April 2015 to March 2016 for 51 properties at facilities where properties were owned as of the end of March 2016, and the data for FY2016 is the total weight of the waste reported from April 2016 to March 2017 for 53 properties at facilities where properties were owned as of the end of March 2017, and the data for FY2017 is the total weight of he waste reported from April 2017 to March 2018 for 60 properties at facilities where properties were owned as of the end of March 2018.

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Environmental care

■Renewable energy power generation

Property:CROSS GARDEN KAWASAKI
Generating renewable energy through its solar panels.

  • Power generation
    FY2015 6,162kWh
    FY2016 6,241kWh
    FY2017 5,705kWh

- Generating renewable energy through on-the-premise wind power generator

   
■Water conservation(use of well water)

Properties:SAPPORO BRICK CUBE
Well water is used to rinse toilets and the cold/heated water for the air conditioning system

  • SAPPORO BRICK CUBE
  • SAPPORO BRICK CUBE

Properties:ORE Sapporo Building
Well water is used to rinse toilets.

  • ORE Sapporo Building
  • ORE Sapporo Building
■LED illumination

Properties:Seafort Square Center Building, MG Shirokanedai Building, Belle Face Osaka Shinmachi etc.

  • Seafort Square Center BuildingSeafort Square Center Building
  • MG Shirokanedai BuildingMG Shirokanedai Building
  • Belle Face Osaka ShinmachiBelle Face Osaka Shinmachi
  • LED
    *The photo of this apparatus is just a sample image.

- Conducted with purposes of incresing tenant satisfaction, improving building specifications, reducing costs, etc.
- There are cases where rents increase due to coinciding tenant's needs for installing LED lightings

■Reducing electric power consumption and CO₂ emissions

Property:intervillage OH!MAGARI
We are working with tenants to reduce electric power consumption and CO₂ emissions through a program that makes it possible to compare electric power consumption, perform analysis, and manage targets.

  • intervillage OH!MAGARI
  • mietaro
■Green Lease

For new lease agreements on many properties, they include clauses regarding environmental issues such as reduction of energy usage, waste weightage and requesting tenants cooperation when acquiring green building certifications.
Furthermore, OJR has addressed green leases arising from refurbishment such as the example below.

An example of green lease
Property:Morioka Minami Shopping Center Sansa
Introduction of green lease, in which OJR benefits (in electricity bill reductions) together with tenants from energy-saving improvement investments (LED lighting installation work) being implemented

  • Morioka Minami Shopping Center Sansa

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Accredations on Properties

■CASBEE

◆What is CASBEE?

CASBEE (Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency) is a comprehensive environmental performance assessment system that is under the initiative of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism for buildings being developed and promoted in Japan. There are 5 classifications for the 21 assessment items, namely energy/greenhouse gas, water, resource use/safety, biodiversity/land, and internal environment. Assessments are indicated based on a five-rank scale of C Rank to S Rank.

> Click here to view details about CASBEE.

◆Portfolio coverage ratio over total floor space on properties with CASBEE Certification

36% as of March 12, 2019 excluding land rights

In the case where the certification was acquired for a specific section of a multi usage facility, we will use the entire floor space of this property for the purpose of calculating the coverage ratio.

◆Certification Result

OJR has acquired evaluations on the following properties based on the assessment by Bureau Veritas Japan Co., Ltd.


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■DBJ Green Building Certification

◆What is DBJ Green Building Certification?

DBJ Green Building Certification is a system under which the objective of promoting an increase of real estate that demonstrates high consideration not only for environmental performance of the building but also disaster prevention and anticrime measures as well as societal demands from various stakeholders of real estate (Green Building), the Development Bank of Japan Inc. conducts an assessment based on a scoring model that it developed and then selects real estate that meets the needs of the times.

> Click here to view details about DBJ Green Building Certification.

◆Portfolio coverage ratio over total floor space on properties with DBJ Green Building Certification

4% as of March 12, 2019 excluding land rights

◆Certification Results



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■BELS

◆What is BELS?

BELS (Building-Housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System) is the third-party certification system to rate houses and building in accordance with duty to make effort to label energy saving performance in the Act on Improving Energy Consumption Performance for Architectural Structures. Houses and building are evaluated based on the value of BEI (Building Energy Index) derived from the primary energy consumption based on the government-designated energy consumption performance standard of architectural structures.
The evaluation and indication based on the system shall be implemented by the registered organizations as operators of BELS operations, which fall under registered housing performance evaluation organizations that are members of the evaluation association, designated construction confirmation authorities or registered building research agencies.
The evaluation is given according to a scale of one to five stars.

◆Portfolio coverage ratio over total floor space on properties with BELS

20% as of March 12, 2019 excluding land rights

◆Certification Result

Based on evaluation of Japan ERI CO.,LTD., and The Building Center of Japan, OJR received the certification for the following properties.




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