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CO2 reporting requirement to take effect from 1 July 2024
The CO2 reporting requirement, also known as the ‘Normative scheme for work-related mobility of persons’ (Normerende regeling werkgebonden personenmobiliteit), has been adopted by the Council of State and will take effect from 1 July 2024. The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management announced this on Tuesday 24 October. Starting from 1 July 2024, organisations with 100 or more employees will be obliged to report their commuting and business mileage.
If you are not yet familiar with this scheme, or if you know that you have to take action but are not sure how, you can find out more in our free one-page document (in Dutch).
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How do you record and report your CO2?
Starting from 1 July 2024, your organisation will be required to record commuting and business mileage, to be reported for the first time by no later than 2025. The record must be split according to transport type – such as car, bicycle, public transport and shared transport – as well as fuel type. After submitting the report, you will receive recommendations on how to reduce your organisation’s CO2 emissions.
We make recording and reporting easy for you
NS Go gives you a trip registration system and mobility platform in one. Employees travel with a mobility card, which is the NS-Business Card. NS Go tracks the period, fuel type and transport type for all of these journeys, and generates a CO2 report. This helps your organisation to automatically satisfy all of the reporting requirements.
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Why is there a CO2 reporting requirement?
The reporting requirement stems from the Climate Agreement, which contains measures aimed at halving the CO2 emissions in the Netherlands by 2030. The CO2 reporting requirement is one such measure, the goal of which is to reduce business travel emissions (including commuting) by one megaton of CO2 compared to 2019. This in turn will help accelerate the sustainability of business mobility.