By moving the start date, organizations have more time to collect all the data. To be able to submit an overview of trips in the portal of the 'Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland' before July 1 2025, organizations must report commuting and business trips from January 1, 2024. In the second quarter of 2023, the ministry expects to make a handbook available to all organizations with 100 or more employees.
Why is there a reporting requirement?
The reporting requirement stems from the Climate Agreement. This agreement contains measures to approximately halve CO2 emissions in the Netherlands by 2030. The CO2 reporting requirement is one such measure and aims to reduce emissions from business travel (including commuting) by one megaton of CO2 compared to 2019. And thereby accelerate sustainability of business mobility.
Collective emissions cap
Until 2025, all organizations with 100 or more employees are collectively not allowed to emit more than a certain amount of CO2. If this goes well, collective reporting will continue. If the amount of reduction is not achieved, an individual standard will follow.
NS Go: the solution for recording CO2 reductions
The CO2 reporting requirement involves a lot of administrative work. NS Go takes this out of your hands. It is the business mobility platform to manage your hybrid mobility policy, simplify administration and focus on sustainable mobility.
How does it work? The CO2 emissions of all transactions that are administered or automatically enter the NS Go platform are automatically calculated per trip and clearly displayed in a dashboard. This gives organizations insight into the kilometers traveled, means of transport used and fuel type. It immediately complies with the CO2 reporting requirement.