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Transforming Energy for a Brighter Future

Exxaro and Tata Power partnership combining resources and expertise for sustainable power generation, transmission, and distribution. Diverse portfolio in coal, mineral sands, base metals, and integrated power utility. Strong commitment to community development and environmental sustainability.

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Transforming Energy for a Brighter Future

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  1. Presentation to Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Energy17 April 2012

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  3. + = 50% stake 50% stake One of South Africa’s largest BEE diversified resources companies listed on Johannesburg Securities Exchange. Diverse and world-class commodity portfolio in coal, mineral sands and base metals, with exposure to iron ore through a 20% interest in Sishen Iron Ore Company. 2nd largest South African coal producer with capacity of 45 million tonnes per annum and the 3rd largest global producer of mineral sands. India’s largest integrated power utility, listed on the Mumbai Stock Exchange bringing vast expertise and experience to the partnership. Diverse and world-class power generation, transmission and distribution business. More than 5297MW of installed capacity in India, including coal, gas, hydro, solar and wind technologies. More than 3000km of transmission infrastructure and more than 1.3m customers in Delhi and Mumbai.

  4. OwnershipMarket capitalisation in hands of HDSA R34.9 billion in HDSA’s hands • South African market capitalisation of company : • R64 billion Target 2014 26% BEE entrepreneurs (52.10%) + Employees (2.97%) = Percentage HDSA ownership (55.07%) Exxaro is a new generation company which is HDSA owned, controlled and managed Note :The recently announced proposed transaction with Tronox will not impact Exxaro’s ownership 5

  5. Ownership BEE Benefit 9.5% Tiso 11% Basadi Ba Kopane 15% Industrial Development Corporation 55% Eyesizwe 9.5% Eyabantu BEE Holdco 52.10% Dividends paid over the 4.5 year period = R2.86B • Exxaro MPOWER • 2.97% • Nr of beneficiaries = 9200 • Dividend paid R9 210.00 per participant = R81,5M • November 2011 benefit @ share price of R179-00 = R114 000 per full period participant 6 Source : Exxaro Annual Report 2010

  6. Human resource development Artisan and learnerships • An average of 430engineering learners receive training each month which makes up 5.4% of all learnerships in the mining • sector even though Exxaro employees only make up 2.5% of • the industry • For 2011, 76%of learner intake was • black (HDSA) Over the last 5 years Exxaro has qualified over 500 artisans and 108 engineers 7

  7. Community development Mid 2007 to September 2011 Community Development During 2010 R39million was invested in socio-economic development which is 2.5% NPAT (Net Profit after Tax) Total Spent: R222.9 million For the period 2007- September 2011 the socio-economic development spend was R222.9 million From Exxaro’s Social and Labour Plans over 670 jobs have been created which translates into an indirect benefit to 11 400people from local communities 8

  8. Integrated Player Fuel Generation Transmission Distribution Fuel transportation • 30% equity interest in Indonesian coal producers, KPC and Arutmin • Produced c.60MT of coal in CY10 • Domestic mines under development • 33.3% stake in Mandakini, expected to have a production capacity of 7.5 MTPA • 40% stake in Tubed, expected to have a production capacity of 6.0 MTPA • Fuel supply in place for majority of operational and under-execution projects • Requirement for Mundra UMPP - 6 vessels going up to 8 vessels by FY13 • 2 capesize vessels owned, delivery in 2011 • 3 long term charters signed • 5297 MW of operational capacity • 4447 MW thermal • 447 MW hydro • 375 MW wind • 28+ MW of solar • TATA power transmission network in Mumbai • 1100 CKm of 220KV/ 110 KV lines and 17 receiving stations • 51:49 JV between TATA Power and Powergrid Corporation of India Ltd • c.1,200 Kms of transmission line associated with Tala hydro project • Connects Bhutan and Northern Region transmission system • Mumbai distribution network • c.1,781 Kms of underground cable network, 17 receiving stations, 14 distribution sub-stations, 441 consumer sub-stations • Over 260,000 retail consumers • 51:49 JV between TATA Power and Govt. of Delhi for distribution in Delhi • >1 million customers 6 Presence across the value chain

  9. India Presence Power generation capacity Operational Thermal 4447 MW Hydro 447 MW Wind 375 MW Solar 28+ MW Transmission Distribution Dugar 250MW TPDDL Powerlinks Dagachhu 126MW Projects under construction Maithon 1050MW Mundra 4000 MW IEL 240 MW Gujarat 50 MW Jojobera 428 MW Fuel Mix (MW) Haldia 120 MW Solar 25 MW Coal Mine - Tubed Maharashtra 137 MW Coal Mine - Mandakini Mumbai Mulshi 3 MW Belgaum 81 MW Karnataka 50 MW Wind 50MW Tamil Nadu 49 MW 7 Growing in all segments

  10. International Presence Hydro projects - Nepal Hydro projects - Bhutan Logistics office - Singapore Coal mines, geothermal project – Indonesia Technology investments - Australia 8 Continuous expansion of global footprint

  11. Sustainability Initiatives • Care for environment • Care for community • Care for customers • Care for people • Principles of community engagement • Programs on livelihood, infrastructure and natural resources • Helping communities become self-reliant and empowered • Participatory development • Carbon neutral village clusters • Energy clubs • Customer care centers • Demand side management, energy audits • Going beyond mere transactions • Safety and health • Organizational transformation • Employee learning & development • Developing managers centric, across domains/ functions • Buildings and interiors that are friendly, and help create the right culture • Growth through renewables, clean / green energy • Efficient technologies, investments in energy startups • Emission , waste & Carbon footprint reduction • Green buildings • Bio-Diversity conservation • Resource conservation 10 Integral part of TATA Power’s business

  12. This partnership with Tata Power will add the skills and capabilities necessary to create a world class energy company in this region with enormous growth opportunities. Cennergi has been created by companies from developing nations to serve developing nations. We expect Cennergi to play a key role in the African electricity generation market. Sipho Nkosi – Chief Executive Officer Exxaro

  13. Tata Power is happy to explore new avenues in the international space by partnering with good local entities. The joint venture is consistent with our strategy of pursuing exploration opportunities for energy development in growing markets.We look forward to working together with Exxaro to jointly develop efficient, high-quality and sustainable projects that will bring significant benefits to the region as well as local communities. Anil Sardana - Managing Director, Tata Power

  14. I strongly believe and am convinced that we want to change the picture of Africa from being the darkest continent at night with no access to energy. In the near future it should not be that we are still deliberating that only 42% of Africa’s population has access to modern energy, with the rate for sub-Saharan Africa as low as 31% – the lowest regional rate in the world which is unacceptably low. Minister of Energy, Her Excellency Ms. Dipuo Peters

  15. Our VISION is to be the leading cleaner energy Independent Power Producer in Southern Africa, serving an expanding energy market aspirational target of 16GW by 2025


  17. By the following generation mix aspirational target of of 0.3 - 0.5 grid emission factor Coal 15% Renewables 45%

  18. South Africa’s IRP2010-2030 FINAL IRP2010 274MW 41MW

  19. How Cennergi will fill the gap.... Through a portfolio of energy projects With significant scale and backing Through a portfolio of technologies In partnership with African Partners Through focus on energy generation With an experienced, skilled team

  20. Projects in development Letsatsi Solar 11MW Lephalale Solar 30MW ZIMBABWE MOZAMBIQUE Polokwane BOTSWANA NAMIBIA Vryburg Tiqua Wind 40MW Somerset East AmakhalaEmoyeni Wind 139MW Port Elizabeth Cape St Francis Tsitsikamma Community Wind 95MW

  21. Social and economic development With expertise, resolve and resources we strive to create benefit for: People Environment Economy Shareholders

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