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General Motors Dealer Facilities Bill Hepburn & Gary Laundroche General Motors Dealer Facilities Bill Hepburn & Gary Laundroche

Example: La. Fontaine Buick – Pontiac - GMC – Cadillac è è è 2 Example: La. Fontaine Buick – Pontiac - GMC – Cadillac è è è 2 Located in Highland, Michigan 63, 000 SF facility Pursuing a LEED “Gold” certification. Would be one of the first Gold certified dealerships in USA Dealers are independent businesses.

Short Term Goals è Assist our dealers: – Reduce energy use & cost – Short Term Goals è Assist our dealers: – Reduce energy use & cost – Develop a competitive advantage in the market place – Market & sell vehicles to environmentally conscious consumers • Expect an increase in sales – Improve image in the community • Part of solution – Not part of the problem • Stimulate local economies with regional materials – “Do the right thing” 3

Long Term Goals è Assist our dealers: – Reduce negative impact on the environment Long Term Goals è Assist our dealers: – Reduce negative impact on the environment – Reduce long term lifecycle cost – Reduce the impact of spikes in energy cost – Help the local community – Be a good corporate citizen 4

Barriers to Success è Decision to go for LEED certification made too late in Barriers to Success è Decision to go for LEED certification made too late in process è Project team including Architect, Contractors and Suppliers lacked LEED knowledge and experience at onset of project – Steep learning curve & sub education needed – Additional coordination efforts needed è General perception cost of construction would be considerably higher – Industry executives recently estimated 13 -18%* incremental cost è Perception more difficult to build è General belief LEED is cost prohibitive * As reported by Market Barometer, Turner Construction 5

è Business Case for Sustainability Economic Benefits: – Reduced utility cost 2 -30 %* è Business Case for Sustainability Economic Benefits: – Reduced utility cost 2 -30 %* – Improved employee productivity 2 -16%* – Reduce total lifecycle cost over 20 years** – Sales & marketing benefits – Tax deductions & energy credits Health & Community Benefits – Easier community permitting & less red tape in some cases è Environmental Benefits è * As reported by US Green Building Council (USGBC) ** As reported “The Cost of Green Revisited” Davis Langdon, July 2007 6

Best Practices & Lessons Learned è Make decision to go for LEED certification early Best Practices & Lessons Learned è Make decision to go for LEED certification early in process – Before site selection è è 7 Assemble a team of LEED accredited professionals with experience in designing & building “Green” buildings LEED is about more than “Green” – it’s about sustainability for generations to come

Sustainability at Pepsi. Co Tim Carey Sustainability at Pepsi. Co Tim Carey

Profile of Pepsi. Co è Global è Over Food and Beverage Company $35 Billion Profile of Pepsi. Co è Global è Over Food and Beverage Company $35 Billion in Revenue, more than $6 Billion in Profit – 17 billion-dollar brands è Major Operating Sectors – Pepsi. Co Americas Foods • (Frito Lay, Quaker Foods and Snacks) – Pepsi. Co Americas Beverages • (Pepsi Cola, Gatorade, Tropicana) – Pepsi. Co International 9

Our Evolution Phase I – Environmental: è Reduce environmental impact by improving Pepsi. Co’s Our Evolution Phase I – Environmental: è Reduce environmental impact by improving Pepsi. Co’s operational effectiveness and eco-efficiency è Strengthen corporate environmental governance mechanisms è Enhance external communications and transparency Phase II – Social: è Through engagement, address key social issues local and global. AIDS/HIV, child labor, safety Phase III – Integration: Full integration of the three legs of sustainability into all decision making Phase 1 Maturity è Integration Social Environmental 1990 s 10 Phase 3 Phase 2 2000 2010

Environmental Platforms Energy and Water Resource Conservation 2010 Goals = 30% reduction over 2004 Environmental Platforms Energy and Water Resource Conservation 2010 Goals = 30% reduction over 2004 To date savings: Pepsi. Co-Chicago -- 1 billion gallons water -- 520, 000 equivalent bbl’s of oil -- 386 million KWHs Technology Development - Faster product lines - On-Site Bottle Delivery - Waterless Rinsing • • 11 World Class Conservation Largest LEED Bev Sites in World Largest Energy Credits in World Energy Star “Partner of Year” • (4) LEED Sites - Facility Efficiency - Process Innovation - Sustainability Education

LEED Certification Future Blue Ridge Gatorade Plant, 2 nd Largest Food /Beverage LEED Site LEED Certification Future Blue Ridge Gatorade Plant, 2 nd Largest Food /Beverage LEED Site in the World – LEED Gold – April 2007 Future Pepsi. Co Chicago Headquarters will be the first Pepsi. Co office to achieve LEED Certification – JUL’ 08 Tolleson, AZ Gatorade Plant LEED GOLD – AUG’ 07 12 Pryor, OK Gatorade Plant, Largest Food/Beverage LEED site in the World – April 2008 -- LEED GOLD Central Florida Gatorade DC LEED GOLD – ca 2009

Example Projects – Facilities Photovoltaics—Fullerton Warehouse è Capture Sun’s energy convert to electricity è Example Projects – Facilities Photovoltaics—Fullerton Warehouse è Capture Sun’s energy convert to electricity è è Start-up May 2008 è 13 Warehouse will be off-grid during peak hours (11 AM to 3 PM) Target savings ~1, 000 barrels of oil/year

Example Projects – Manufacturing Nearly 63 mm Gallons of Juice Storage Tropicana Unit Train Example Projects – Manufacturing Nearly 63 mm Gallons of Juice Storage Tropicana Unit Train backhaul program Modified storage and transportation methods – – 14 Significant decrease in operating costs Reduced electrical consumption Reduced waste water discharge and treatment costs Significantly reduced GHG emissions