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Alstom Transport in Asia Pacific

November 2012 Barry Howe Director, Marketing & Strategy, APAC

1. Alstom Group 2. Alstom Transport 3. Alstom Transport in APAC 4. Railway Sustainable Developments

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Three main activities of the Alstom Group

92,600 employees in 100 countries

Thermal and Renewable Power sector Power generation

Grid sector Electrical grid

Transport sector Rail transport

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A sound commercial performance

2011/2012 orders received by region and by activity
Thermal Power Renewable Power Transport Grid

North America 12%

Europe 44% Asia Pacific 25% Middle East / Africa 13%

54 % 26 % 20 %

Latin America 6%



Total Alstom sales 2011/2012 19,9 bn

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At the heart of each universe, state-of-the art solutions

The largest range: from tramways, very high-speed trains

Tram-Train Tramway Metro


Regional Locomotive s Very high speed

High speed


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At the heart of each universe, state-of-the art solutions

to infrastructure, signalling, services and maintenance

Passenger information Safety Control centres Track equipments Point machines Integrated solutions Global systems

Services and maintenance

Full maintenance management Spare parts management Modernisation Traintracer

Track systems Electrification Electromechanical works Maintenance

Turnkey Systems

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Alstom Transport footprint in Asia Pacific

JVs in China SATEE (60/40): Traction equipment SATCO (40/60): Rolling stock CASCO (50/50): Signalling XAYEECO (51/49): Traction motors AQREC (51/49): Dampers
1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 China India Rest of Asia TOTAL


637** 452


Alstom footprint in Asia Pacific as of October 2012

Alstom headcount in Asia

** excludes minority JVs

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Selected past references in Asia Pacific

Melbourne Tramway


860 freight locos

Indonesia Vietnam
Mainline Signalling

Incheon Airport Rail Link

20 Urban signalling projects

Circle Line Turnkey; RS and Sig for North East Line

160 EMUs

Shanghai and Nanjing 1600 metro cars

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Key current projects in Asia Pacific

Suburban Trains + ETCS

Delhi Bangalor e Jaipur


168 cars & tracks

Urban signaling + traction projects

Taichung Metro signalling

Singapor e
34 trains NEL CCL

Bangkok Main current projects

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Seoul Lines 7+9 signalling

Blue Line track

Locomotives in Kazakhstan

JV between Alstom Transport (50%), Transmashholding (25%) and KTZ JV (25%). Contract signed in March 2011
200 freight electric locomotives 95 passengers locomotives New locomotives manufacturing site To be opened in December 2012 Production capacity up to 80 locomotives / year.

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Railway market trends

Asia Pacific ~ 20% of the global railway market**
105.8 124.1

Rolling Stock ~ 39% of the total market**

105.8 124.1

+ 0.2%







**Source : Conference UNIFE, Market Study 2012

China RS market declining overall due to reduction in HS; urban remains buoyant Japan Shrinking market. Protected market beginning to open? India: Large-scale expansion plans - Urban and ML - public and private projects South East Asia: Mainly urban rail market + ML upgrades
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Railway market trends

The Rolling Stock Market in Asia Pacific, Bn 13.6 11.7
-2.5% CAGR
China 0.7 India Japan Others 2.5 1.8

The Infrastructure Market in Asia Pacific, Bn

5 6 +3% CAGR
1.8 1.3 2.8 China India Others





The Service Market in Asia Pacific, Bn

5.1 5.9

The Signalling Market in Asia Pacific, Bn

1.9 2.3

+2.1% CAGR 2009-2011 2015-2017 2009-2011

+3.1% CAGR 2015-2017

Source : Conference UNIFE, Market Study 2012

Sustainability : Rail advantages go beyond CO2 emissions

Travelling by rail is on average 3-10 times less CO2 intensive than road or air transport (depending on local electricity mix) Rail environmental benefits also include limited land use, reduction of congestion and safety

Source : Internal Alstom Urban trains

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Source : UIC - Fast track to Sustainable Mobility

Alstom Transport Vision on Sustainable Development : Propose attractive rail options to support
modal shift
We believe :
Rail is generally more energy efficient than other modes Rail systems powered by clean electricity will be a key solution to reduce CO2 emissions Rail is also the most environmental friendly mode considering congestion, space use and safety

As a railway multispecialist, we propose:

A broad portfolio of standardized products with high flexibility to offer attractive rail options Complete rail systems with reduced environmental impacts integrating rolling-stock, As a responsible company,and maintenance infrastructures, control equipments we

commit :

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to design and manufacture our products with a view to reducing env. impacts at all stages and to promote a life-cycle approach maximizing benefits over time to make sure our most energyefficient solutions are accessible to all customers

2 pillars of Alstom Transport Sustainability Approach

Reduce our Products Footprint

Supporting our customers to reduce their environmental impacts

Reduce Our Operations Footprint

Reducing environmental impacts of our operations

Developing innovations for high env. performance Designing all products with a view to reducing their environmental impacts all along the life-cycle (Eco-Design) Promoting our Green portfolio and solutions for energy efficient rolling-stock and systems Reducing energy consumption, water consumption and waste production in our facilities (manufacturing and project sites) ISO 14001 for all large manufacturing units Sharing and implementing Good Practices

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Smart Mobility Solutions for high environmental performance rolling-stock and railway systems
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Weight Reduction Energy efficient traction Energy-efficient auxiliaries Energy metering and eco-driving Braking energy recovery & storage or back to grid Energy efficiency services

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Ground-level Aero-acoustic Power Supply studies (APS) Reduction of Super-caps and HVAC interior combined noise solutions New wheels Design for city dampers identities Motors redesign Efficient High Attenuation construction Sleepers with Appitrack High Attenuation AGV: Tram Track In petrol-equivalent terms, the AGV consumes only 0.4l of oil/ (100kmxpas.), about 1/15th that of a plane

Clean materials : biodegradable oil, water-based paints, brake pads High recyclability : 90 to 95% Life-cycle and product carbon footprint assessments

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Optimizing energy consumption in Rolling-Stock :

Focus on Energy efficient Motors
Alstom is leading research on rolling-stock application for Permanent Magnet Motors. First application very high speed railway trains (AGV) now expanding to other Rolling-Stock (Regional trains, TramTrain, Istanbul Tram) Weight reduction by self-ventilation + Improved energy efficiency + More braking energy recovery
ASM (Eurostar) Mass (kg) Energy efficiency Weight/Power ratio (Kg/ KW) 1260 93% 1.23 PMM (AGV) 780 96% 0.87

Intensive test already performed (world record, test benches, prototype train..)
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Maximizing Braking Energy recovery

A focus on recovery and storage solutions

0 o2 Recover 99% braking energy that can be pt U % regenerated into the network gs vin sa Optimize infrastructure
=> Positive results with RATP on Line T1 Pablo Picasso sub-station

HESOP Reversible sub-stations

15 to Up % gs vin sa

On-board storage
Supercapacitors / Running without pantographs Best energy-saving off-peak hours => Test positive on Citadis for RATP Line 3 in operations with passenger service


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Integrating in urban landscape and surroundings

Protecting cities architectural heritage
Wireless solutions enabling tramways CITADIS to be integrated harmoniously into their urban environment with GPS (Ground-Power Supply), or via onboard batteries. City identity reflected in design

Reducing noise emissions

Aeroacoustic modelling on rollingstock, simulation tools for optimized infrastructure Redesigned HVAC (resonators, microperforated ducts) for reduced interior noise (e.g. Citadis Rotterdam ) New wheel dampers for high-speed and metro to avoid squeal Re-design of traction motor rotor (new Pendolinos, metros) Infrastructure : new high attenuation sleepers with rigid hull (noise reduced by
more than 20 DB for human ear)

- 5 dB

- 3 dB 0 - 2 dB

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3D Simulation of housing : thermal , aeraulic, acoustics

High-Attenuation Sleepers

Improving recyclability and integrating bio-materials

We are able to propose innovative solutions to : Eliminate harmful substances and materials that can be present in fluids, oils, refrigerating gases, braking pads Improve recyclability :
METROPOLIS and CITADIS trams are now at least 90% recyclable, with levels of 95% achieved in the Hamburg metro. Stockholms suburban CORADIA Lirex train holds the record for recyclability at 98%

Maximize use of biomaterials from renewable resources such as wood, hemp and wool as thermal and/or sound insulation in trains. We deliver today trains with 100% water-based paints
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Up to 98%


Alstom focuses its R&D efforts on : energy efficiency use of non-pollutant raw materials noise and vibrations reduction fluids and particulate emissions control landscape integration Alstom is a technology leader in the Rail Sector Alstom has a strong presence and years of experience in Asia-Pacific Everything Alstom does has the environment in mind Alstom is very keen to develop further its relationship with the ADB Whichever country you come from, we have the solutions for you
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Thank you!