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1 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN / PLAN DE GESTION AMBIENTAL EOLO DE NICARAGUA WIND PROJECT MARCH / MARZO 2012

2 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN EOLO DE NICARAGUA WIND PROJECT MARCH, OBJECTIVE 3 2. SCOPE 3 3. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND COMMITMENTS OF THE COMPANY DEVELOPING THE PROJECT 3 4. LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS Legal Framework Environmental Permits 5 5. RESPONSIBILITIES Eolo de Nicaragua Contractor 9 6. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Training Monitoring Audits and Reports Non-compliance Management Information Disclosure to the Public Managerial Commitment ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Construction Phase Operation Phase ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAM CONTINGENCY PLAN Objectives and Scope of the Contingency Plan Organization for the application of the Contingency Plan Evacuation Routes Rescues and Attention in case of Accidents Actions to take in case of Fires Actions to take in case of Spills, Fuel Leaks or Wastewater Leaks from the Treatment System Actions to take in case of Earthquakes, Eruptions and Hurricanes CONCLUSION 31 1

3 ABBREVIATIONS EIA EPC EPP ANA INAFOR MARENA MEM O&M PRE Environmental Impact Assessment Engineering, Procurement and Construction Personal Protective Equipment National Water Authority (for its abbreviation in Spanish) National Forestry Institute, Nicaragua (for its abbreviation in Spanish) Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources, Nicaragua (for its abbreviation in Spanish) Ministry of Energy and Mines (for its abbreviation in Spanish) Operation & Maintenance Emergency Response Plan (for its abbreviation in Spanish) 2

4 1. OBJECTIVE The present Environmental Management Plan provides an operational framework for the environmental management measures applied to the activities considered for the development, construction and operation of the EOLO DE NICARAGUA wind project (the Project ), with the purpose of ensuring compliance with the applicable national policies and legislative procedures for the Project activities this as part of the commitment of the company developing EOLO DE NICARAGUA (the Company ) through the application of best management practices for the conservation and protection of the environment in the area. The Project is located 125 km from Managua, in the Municipality of Rivas, Department of Rivas. 2. SCOPE This Plan shall be a guide for both the Company Developing the Project as well as for its contractors and sub-contractors, for all actions and activities that will be carried out during the construction and operation phases of the Project, in order to mitigate and/or prevent any environmental impacts arising during said phases, both for the execution of the Wind Park as for the Substation and Transmission Line. 3. POLICIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENTS OF THE COMPANY DEVELOPING THE PROJECT The responsible conduct taken by the company developing the Project, Eolo de Nicaragua, in its operational performance ensures a positive environmental and social impact. The following principles will enable the Company to apply best practices for the conservation and protection of the environment, always with the goal of preventing risks and creating responses for appropriate remediation in a responsible and quick manner: i. Commitment of Good Environmental Compliance. The conception and preparation of the Project has considered aspects of environmental management and minimization of risks. Operations will be led in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in the country, using proven and economically feasible technological resources to ensure the protection of the environment, as well as the safety and health of its workers. ii. Risk Reduction. The Project strives to minimize environmental and health risks, and to improve the safety of its employees and the communities through the application of safe technologies, installations and operating procedures, and through the necessary preparation to attend to emergencies. In order to 3

5 prevent accidents in the work area and to maintain our goal of zero accidents, the Company commits to: Train and motivate its employees to work in a safe and responsible manner, Involve the employees in the development of safe practices and maintain high safety standards in all phases of the Project, Provide safety direction and leadership, including safety as part of work decisions, Comply with all relevant safety regulations and guidelines in the country, Seek continuous improvement in health and safety performance, establishing and achieving proposed goals, and Make safe work practices be a conditions of employment. iii. Environmental Restoration. To promptly and responsibly amend situations that can cause harm to the environment or one s health, and reduce the safety risk levels for personnel involved in the Project. Whenever possible, to remediate any damages caused to people or to the environment, and to perform actions to restore the damaged environment. The Company will carry out environmental restoration efforts at the same time as the Project is being executed; this constitutes best practices, as well as the recovery and closing in a timely and professional manner, until the different phases of the Project have been completed. Recovery methods include the filling of trenches and drilling platforms, recovery and replacement of topsoil, and replanting of the native flora. The Company aims to minimize the effects of land movement for the Project, recovering the soils and returning the site to similar conditions to those prevalent before the development of the Project. There is a commitment to the environmental restoration of the Project site. 4. LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS 4.1 Legal Framework The Company Eolo de Nicaragua, its Contractor and its Sub-contractors shall ensure to fully comply with the national legislation in regards to the environment, water, land use, health and safety, and social welfare. 4

6 4.2 Environmental Permits As part of the environmental commitments acquired, the Project has an Environmental Authorization that corresponds to the installation of the Wind Park and an Environmental Permit that corresponds to the Substation and Electric Transmission Line, both issued by the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (MARENA), with the purpose of providing measures for the management of both works, all in accordance with the environmental studies submitted by the Company and approved by MARENA. These permits are of great relevance, as they establish a set of measures for the most significant impact activities, which will allow for execution of these activities in an orderly manner, causing the least possible impact on the environment and health and safety. Said measures require mandatory compliance and shall be taken into account in this Environmental Management Plan. The following table summarizes these measures (through Resolutions and DGCA-P ): For the integral management of non-hazardous solid waste, the Developer must comply with the provisions established in NTON Technical Environmental Norm for the Handling, Treatment and Final Disposal of Non-Hazardous Solid Waste. For the integral management of hazardous solid waste, the Developer shall comply with what is established in the NTON Technical Environmental Norm for the management of hazardous waste, which establishes, among other things: Temporary storage of hazardous industrial solid waste: The area intended for the temporary storage of hazardous solid waste of industrial origin shall comply with the following conditions: a) Be separated from the areas of: production, services, offices, and storage of raw materials or finished products. b) Be covered by a roof, ventilated, and located in an area where there is no flood risk and that is easily accessible. c) Be equipped with extinguishers as established in the norms of the corresponding regulatory entity, in this case, the General Direction of Firefighters of Nicaragua. d) Have lateral and rear containment walls with a minimum height of 50 cm in order to stop spills. e) Place signals, signs and/or symbols alluding to the danger of these wastes, in visible forms and places. f) Have an impermeable floor with a 2% slope inwards from the entrance. g) There shall be no connections with drainage in the floor, including drain valves, drains, or any other point of contact that could allow the generated liquids to flow outside of the storage area. h) The temporary storage infrastructure shall have a minimum capacity that is three times the average volume of hazardous waste generated on a daily basis. 5

7 i) Each type of hazardous solid waste shall be stored in separate containers, duly covered and labeled with the universal symbol corresponding to the type of waste generated. In the access roads to be built, improved, or re-enabled, the Developer must include the re-enabling, improvement or construction of a drainage system, where works are incorporated to protect the soil and reduce water erosion, in order for the surface run-off to flow and be led to the natural drainage channels, according to the Environmental Management Plan. The Reforestation Plan must be duly executed, informing this Territorial Delegation of when this activity has begun. The Developer must send a copy of the Reforestation Plan and replanting with native plants, to the General Direction of Environmental Quality and the Territorial Delegation of MARENA Rivas, the UGA/MEM, and INE before beginning project works. The Developer is forbidden from using agrochemicals for maintenance of the right of way of the transmission line, as well as of the right of way of the new roads. The layer of fertile soil removed from the areas designated for the construction of foundations and access roads must be stored and conserved for later use in the environmental remediation tasks of those same areas. In order to conserve these areas of fertile soil, stacks or piles must be formed with a maximum height of 1.20 meters, placed in an area as flat as possible. Any accident or event that takes place and threatens to affect the environment and natural resources of the zone, even if this has been controlled, requires immediate notification by telephone and later in writing, detailing the incident and the measures applied for its control, to the representatives of the following authorities: Territorial Delegation MARENA Rivas; General Direction of Environmental Quality of MARENA; Environmental Management Unit of the Ministry of Energy and Mines; Direction of Environmental Control of the Nicaraguan Institute of Energy (INE); Municipality of Rivas. The turbines shall be located on areas where the slope is less than 5% and where the closest house is located within a distance radius greater than or equal to the maximum height of the machine from the natural level of the earth up to the extreme of the blades when rotating. The Developer must keep a record of all monitoring performed. This record must contain the date, time, sites visited and sampling of noise, dust or hydrocarbon emissions, and indicate the parameters sampled and analyzed. Information must be kept on the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous solid and liquid waste, as well as on any situation that arises and that endangers the flora and fauna. A report on the monitoring results must be 6

8 sent to the Territorial Delegation of MARENA-Rivas, the General Direction of Environmental Quality of MARENA, the Environmental Management Unit of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, and the Municipality of Rivas, on a monthly basis after the sampling has been conducted. The Developer shall be responsible for making the corrections or taking the necessary measures to mitigate effects on third parties, which shall be immediately notified in writing to the Territorial Delegation of MARENA-Rivas, the General Direction of Environmental Quality of MARENA, the Environmental Management Unit of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, the Direction of Environmental Control of the Nicaraguan Institute of Energy, and the Municipality of Rivas. The Developer must define the monitoring of migratory birds that travel south during the months of October and November every year and that return to the Northern Hemisphere during March-April, months that coincide with the northern fall and spring. Based on this monitoring, the potential effects the project might have on these types of predatory birds will be determined, with the subsequent adoption and execution of mitigation measures for this environmental impact. The Developer shall guarantee the hiring of a professional with experience in this field, to be the focal contact to adequately address the environmental management of the project, and who assumes responsibility for the environmental technical unit that sends monthly reports to the Territorial Delegation of MARENA-Rivas, the Environmental Management Unit of the Ministry of Energy and Mines and the Municipality of Rivas. The Developer must establish a technical unit that is responsible for the execution of the Environmental Measures of prevention, mitigation and compensation, as well as for the Environmental Management Program with its respective plans. This unit must be led by a qualified professional, with the necessary experience to assure compliance. It is the company s responsibility to allocate the human, technical, material and economic resources required for compliance with legislation and its commitments in matters of environmental protection. The Developer shall establish the minimum height of the line with regards to the pavement, considering the maximum height of the vehicles and construction equipment used nationally. The Developer shall place warning signs indicating the minimum height of the line along the highway. The right of way maintenance tasks related to trimming vegetation must be led by a forestry specialist or an agricultural engineer in order to ensure only that tree cutting which is strictly required. The company cannot apply chemicals (herbicides or defoliants) to control vegetation in the right of way. 7

9 The Developer is obligated to comply with the provisions of Ministerial Resolution , Official Gazette La Gaceta No. 5 of January 8, 2008, for the management of transformers to be installed within and outside of the project area. Transformers must be installed within vessels, the capacity of which must be greater than the total volume of the oil contained in said transformer, equivalent to 110% of capacity, to contain potential oil spills. The drainage pipes leaving the vessel towards the separation tank must have a control valve that remains closed in order to contain potential spills. Access roads that allow for the transportation of materials and other things for project use must be accompanied by the systematic control of dust and particulate matter emissions, which includes speed regulations, signage and permanent supervision of the use of the roadways, with the goal of minimizing disturbances to the neighbors in the area. And determine the authorized width of the roadways in accordance with the design of the presented project. During the operation phase, the Developer must comply with the Environmental Monitoring Plan, and as such shall keep record of all oil changes made to the transformers. This record must include the date, time of the oil change and the final destination of this material, and reports of these changes must be sent to the competent authorities mentioned above. The Project also has acquired other permits related to the different environmental aspects that will be used or somehow affected by the construction and operation activities of the Project. The following table shows the other permits obtained for the execution of the Project and its works, and the institution in charge of issuing such permits. PERMIT INSTITUTION DESCRIPTION Environmental Authorization: Administrative Resolution (Permit that authorizes Wind Park) Environmental Permit: Administrative Resolution DGCA-P (Permit that authorizes Substation and Transmission Line) Assignment of Rights: Administrative Resolution DGCA-P C.D. MARENA-Rivas MARENA This authorization was issued on February 10, 2012, for the installation of the Wind Park. It has a validity of 18 months, during which the developer can begin works; if no works have begun within these 18 months, the authorization must be renewed. This permit was issued on October 31, 2011, to EOLONICA, S.A. Sucursal Nicaragua, and as such an assignment of rights of the permit was requested in order for it to correspond to EOLO de Nicaragua, S.A. The assignment of rights was issued on February 24,

10 Permits for tree cutting: Permit for use of Material Borrow Banks Permit for water extraction INAFOR-Rivas MEM ANA Permits issued on February 16, 2012, and grants permission to cut a total of 220 species of trees for the construction of roads and turbine platforms. Two permits were granted for each farm of the Project (El Limón and San Carlos): a Special Permit and a Permit for woody species. The permits have a validity of one year to conduct the tree cutting. Permit issued on February 10, 2012, for the extraction of up to 90,000 m 3 of material for the Project works. Permit issued on February 16, This permit has a validity of 5 years, and grants permission to annually extract up to 5,050 m 3 of water from Lake Nicaragua. 5. RESPONSIBILITIES 5.1 Eolo de Nicaragua The company Eolo de Nicaragua shall have an administrative structure called environmental regency, the functions of which shall be: - Responsible for the application of the environmental management of the project being developed, including the aspects of this Plan. - To inform and train personnel regarding the environmental actions to be developed. - During the construction phase, supervising and monitoring environmental compliance of all activities performed by the Contractor and its sub-contractors. - To provide follow-up to the commitments acquired through the environmental permits. - To assess the implementation and response of the actions of this Environmental Management Plan. - To prepare reports on execution and maintain direct contact with the respective environmental authorities, specifically with MARENA and the Municipality of Rivas. 5.2 Contractor The Contractor shall have an employee responsible for the environmental and/or the health and safety areas, with well-defined responsibilities and authorities, which must include the following as a minimum: - Execution of their corresponding Environmental Management Plan and Safety Plan. 9

11 - To supervise compliance with what is established in the environmental permits, as applicable. - To comply with all policies, plans and procedures regarding the environment, safety, conduct, recruitment, and community relations of the Project. - To ensure that all personnel, including their sub-contractors, comply with said environmental permits, policies, and plans. 6. OTHER REQUIREMENTS 6.1 Training The Company will train its employees and contractors directly responsible for activities related to the environmental performance of the Project so that they have the necessary knowledge to do their job. This is to guarantee that all Company personnel, according to their responsibilities, receive the necessary training and comply with the procedures specified in the environmental norms and in this Plan. It is a requirement for both the Company and its Contractor to keep updated records of all trainings given to their employees. 6.2 Monitoring Monitoring activities will be carried out of the environmental conditions in the Project s area of influence in order to ensure that the measures designed and implemented to minimize environmental impact are effective. The Contractor shall provide monthly reports containing statistics and information regarding its environmental monitoring in all impact areas (material use, water use, waste generated, etc.). See chapter 8 of this Plan for further detail regarding the Monitoring Plan to be executed in general for the Project. 6.3 Audits and Reports The Company and the Contractor must keep documents and records necessary to demonstrate their compliance with this Environmental Management Plan and with the measures established for environmental control and protection for the Project. These documents and records must be well organized, legible, and located in a place that is easily accessible for revision of the same, for the lifetime of the Project or Contract, as applicable. 10

12 During the life of the Project, the Company has considered the execution of a monthly self-assessment process. If the life of the Project were ever extended, the aforementioned practice would continue. The report on environmental performance and assessment, and on industrial safety, shall be submitted to the environmental authorities of MARENA-Rivas and the Ministry of Energy and Mines. 6.4 Non-Compliance Management If during the monitoring, follow-up or control, it is observed that the Contractor has not complied with the norms, requirements or commitments of the Project, the Company can issue Corrective Action Orders, Work Improvement Notices or Temporary Work Suspension Orders. Any non-compliance shall be corrected within the specified term, as applicable. In turn, the Company and the Contractor shall implement their own follow-up and response systems to non-compliances identified through inspections and audits, whether internal or external. 6.5 Information Disclosure to the Public Inform all interested parties in a timely manner regarding both adverse and favorable conditions generated by the Project, and of the risks and impacts that could affect health, safety and the environment. 6.6 Managerial Commitment Implement a process that ensures that the top authority of the Company is fully informed regarding relevant environmental matters and that they are fully responsible for the environmental policy. It is important for the Top Management of the Company to practice and demonstrate a serious environmental commitment. 7. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Following is the Environmental Management Program to be implemented in both the construction and operation phases of the Project. The Program is divided by Environmental Area or Factor, and lists the mitigation measures to be applied for each area of expected impact. The purpose of these measures is to minimize environmental, health and safety risks and impacts, both for personnel and workers of the Project as for the communities. 11

13 7.1 Environmental Management Program, Construction Phase ENVIRON MENTAL FACTOR IMPACTING ACTIVITY Pollution from fuel and/or lubricant leaks or spills Environmental Management Program Eolo Wind Project CONSTRUCTION PHASE MEASURES To prevent hydrocarbon leaks or spills: In the Project area, fuel can be stored in tanks that are in good condition and using a concrete containment berm with a volume of at least 10% the storage capacity of the tank All equipment to be used in the work shall be in perfect mechanical condition. Light vehicles will refill their fuel in the fuel station closest to the Project. Only the equipment with movement limitations will be supplied with a small fuel truck in a pre-established area in the Project. In case of a hydrocarbon spill, the contaminated soil will be immediately removed and stored in impermeable and sealed containers, far from the work area, to be collected by a company designated and certified for the treatment of contaminated soil. PHYSICAL LOCATION Fuel supply area RESPONSIBILITY Contractor and environmental supervisor Soil Pollution from organic and inorganic solid, liquid waste Cleaning, transportation, stacking, generation and handling of waste: Containers with a lid will be placed in dining areas, to collect domestic solid waste. Closed containers will be placed throughout the work fronts, duly signaled for personnel to dispose of non-hazardous waste. On a daily basis, a team will check the work areas at least once, to pick up and dispose of the non-hazardous waste or litter generated from the works and that has been dispersed around the area. Construction waste shall be stored in specific sites within the Project area, and every other day these will be transported to their final Dining area, huts and construction fronts Contractor 12

14 disposal site, authorized by the corresponding municipality. Domestic liquid waste management: Portable toilets will be used, and their maintenance will be provided by the company renting these. There will be a portable toilet for every 10 workers as a minimum. Portable toilet areas Erosion and compaction Material Borrow Banks Excavation, cuts and fill-ins: Every excavation done in the area shall be filled in at the end of its use. The cut material within the Project area will be used for fill-in and for foundations when the design specifications allow it. For the loss of fertile soil: Disposal and laying of the vegetation layer (top layer) to promote recovery of the pasture areas. Upon conclusion of the works, as part of the aforementioned conditions, the morphological characteristics of the area should be recovered, stabilizing slopes and reforesting the area. The camp, equipment parking and maintenance, workshops, and other areas shall be kept clean and free of any element that implies environmental contamination risks. Construction area Material Borrow Banks Contractor and environmental supervisor Modification of natural drainage and infiltration Drainage works: The access road will be built simultaneously with the drainage works. This way, the excavations, platforms and other works will be protected from soil run-off. Once the works have been completed, the natural drainage must be cleared of debris or other obstructions caused by the construction activity. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and environmental supervisor 13

15 Water Ground and surface water quality Generation of domestic liquid waste: See point above for the soil environmental factor. For hydrocarbon leaks or spills: The same procedure for the protection of the soil environmental factor will be used. Hydraulic works of any kind used to control the generation of rainwater or residual waters, shall be maintained upon their construction and until their dismantling, so as to ensure that these will not spill over on the natural land or to the coast. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and environmental supervisor Air Quality loss due to dust, odor and gas emissions Cleaning, stacking and transportation of materials: To mitigate the dust and particulate matter emissions, water will be sprinkled every four hours in open areas and over every heap of loose material. Access roads and open areas will also be misted with water. Dump trucks transporting loose material will be equipped with canvas covers to prevent dust dispersion and the spilling of materials during transportation. All construction material that can be scattered will be transported in trucks with damp canvases. For urban transit, every truck over three tons that is transporting material that can be scattered, will be obligated to travel at 40 km/h, with a plastic canvas cover to prevent the material from scattering, and along pre-established routes. All transport carrying construction materials will travel at 70 km/h as the maximum speed on highways. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and environmental supervisor Heat and gas emissions: All equipment or machinery generating any type of emission will be subject to a preventive and corrective maintenance program that 14

16 prevents excessive and obvious emissions from combustion, in addition to complying with the applicable official Nicaraguan norms. All machinery that does not reduce its emissions shall be replaced by another, more recent model. All machinery will be stored in special areas with an impermeable floor in order to prevent oil leaks from infiltrating into the soil, and shall not remain out of said area when not operating. Cleaning, earth movement, excavations, and fill-in: To mitigate the impact of dust emissions from the use of machinery, the work fronts will be periodically misted with water. Debris and any other material can only remain on site during a maximum of one week in order to prevent further visual impacts. Quality loss due to noise emissions For noise emissions: All equipment to be used in the works must be in good mechanical condition. The use of machinery will be limited to daytime hours and the use of machinery during the night will be prohibited, as these are the hours when most of the population rests and when noise propagation is greater. Personnel shall wear personal protective equipment for ears. To mitigate the noise caused by the machinery, there will be a preventive maintenance program, and in most cases work will be conducted between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. To reduce the noise caused by the use of heavy machinery, preventive maintenance will be given to the motor mufflers. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and environmental supervisor 15

17 Impact on grasses and shrubs Uprooted vegetation as a result of the earth movements shall be deposited on the sites destined for grasses, with the purpose of reintegrating the vegetation material to the land. At no point and under no circumstances will the removed vegetation be burned. The vegetation layer shall be removed and disposed of in small piles, so as to keep the deposits from being swept away by surface run-off during the rainy season. Mechanical or manual tools will be used in the preparation and maintenance of lands to be used for all Project activity; under no circumstances will any chemicals and/or fire be used. The most relevant corrective measure will be intended mainly to minimize the effects caused on the landscape, to birds, social economic factors and to the quality of life. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and environmental supervisor Flora & Fauna Tree cutting for roads and foundations Impact on land, lake and river fauna An inventory will be prepared of the trees to be removed, and a permit will be obtained from INAFOR for the cutting of these trees. A Reforestation Plan will be prepared for replanting native species. Birds: Placing turbines in nesting areas will be prevented. There shall be a minimum separation of 190 meters between the machines, and animal carcasses in the surrounding areas must be removed in order to prevent attracting birds of prey or scavengers, among other measures. Bird and bat monitoring will be conducted twice a year, during south and north migration seasons (October November, and March April). This is to help determine the population of species that could potentially be affected by the Project. Construction area and the whole Project area in general. Contractor and Eolo environmental supervisor Contractor and Eolo environmental supervisor 16

18 Illegal Hunting: To prevent this action by employees working on the project, the use of firearms shall be only for protecting the assets of the Project and not for hunting. This measure must be specially observed by the personnel hired for guarding the camp site. Firearms shall be a direct responsibility of the contractor and carrying them shall imply the explicit and direct training on using these. The use of any other type of weapon, such as rubber bats and blunt objects, shall be prohibited. Workers and technicians shall be instructed on the prohibition of attacking the wild fauna within the Project area, which if carried out, shall be sanctioned by the Project authorities. Collision of birds and bats Continue monitoring birds and bats during 2012, especially during the spring migration towards the north. Develop a Protocol for bird and bat collisions, and have this reviewed and approved by an external expert. The protocol should include modifications in the operational procedures in order to mitigate the mortality rates, as well as the procedures for ceasing operations in case of continuous high mortality rates. Periodically check the Protocol with an external expert. Immediately notify Company Management and the Banks in the case of bird and bat collisions, in order to take the appropriate measures, which could include daily supervision from that moment on (until no more collisions are observed over a period of several weeks), the identification and examination of the carcasses by experts, the use of external consultants for a more intensive control, the use of bird alarms, habitat restoration or compensations and other measures. The entire Project Area. Eolo Environmental Supervisor 17

19 Work with the Amayo Wind Park developer and local organizations (such as bird observation groups, conservation groups, universities), in a maximum effort to optimize and coordinate the monitoring and prevention of collisions and other negative impacts on birds and bats. Indicators: 1) Review of monitoring forms and procedures, 2) Follow-up data, 3) External data analysis and review, 4) Documentation demonstrating that Management and the Banks have been contacted in a timely manner in the case of any collision. Biodiversity Management Plan The micro location plan of the turbines and other infrastructure works (substation, roads, transmission lines) must specify the types of exact areas, the scope and the vegetation to be cleared, and include the improvement, recovery and compensation measures, as necessary. The Company must develop a Biodiversity Management Plan, specifically for the howler monkeys on the site (Alouatta palliata ssp. Palliata) and the American crocodiles (Crocodylus acutus) that could be on the site. The ideal would be to do this jointly with the Amayo Wind Park, where they are facing the same problem due to the presence of these species. The Biodiversity Management Plan should also discuss potential long term and accumulative impacts on these species caused by habitat loss and fragmentation. Work with the Amayo Wind Park and local conservation organizations, in a maximum effort to optimize and coordinate the follow-up and management of the flora and fauna, and particularly of threatened or endangered species. The entire Project Area. Eolo Environmental Supervisor 18

20 Indicators: 1) Copy of the micro-location plan, including the total area to be approved with the type of vegetation and the exact identification of these areas, as well as the required compensation measures. 2) Copy of the Biodiversity Management Plan and evidence of its application. 1. Quality of life 2. Training Increase in vehicle traffic and prevention of third parties from entering the Project: Signals will be used to restrict access, in addition to warning signs to prevent accidents. The signs shall be lit or reflective signs at night; the signs can be: Danger, Open Ditch, Men at Work, Restricted Transit, Moving Heavy Machinery and others such as the maximum speed limit along internal roads (to reduce dust emissions from roads). Social Economic 3. Services for the population 4. Professional Risks 5. Employment generation To prevent accidents and injuries: The contractor shall provide the appropriate personal protective equipment to all workers, such as: helmets, protection goggles, masks, leather gloves, lumbar support, and safety clothes and shoes. During equipment operation, workers must be equipped with hearing protection when exposed to noise exceeding 80 db at a distance of less than 10 meters. The fill-in of the ditches to be made for the layout of pipes and other underground works, shall be done immediately after the pipes are installed, thus reducing the time that these will be open and needing to be filled in, as a method of reducing risks. The entire Project Area. Contractor and environmental supervisor 19

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