Reducing CO2 footprint

Reducing CO2 footprint

With sustainable mobility

Mobility policy as a basis

What are your organisation’s CO2 emissions when it comes to corporate mobility? CO2 emissions accounted for by mobility can be as much as 80% of the total CO2 footprint of an organisation. That’s a lot! This makes it important for you to get started on and focus on sustainable mobility. Reduce your carbon footprint and start your sustainable mobility policy today.

CO2 reporting
Insight into all travel movements
Sustainable travel options
All mobility on a single platform
Flexible
Monitoring and adjusting at any time
Ready for the future
Innovative and contemporary
Managing sustainable travel
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Managing sustainable travel

Insight into the travel behaviour of employees is vital if you want to aim for sustainable mobility. XXImo offers a complete overview of all travel movements, the travel method and associated CO2 emissions. This makes it possible to manage travel behaviour and costs. All this is useful input for your CSR report. But that’s not all. More and more employers are opting for differentiation in the kilometre allowance. For example, the way in which you reimburse is in keeping with your company’s mobility objectives, such as sustainability or fitness.

Mandatory CO2 reports
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Mandatory CO2 reports

In 2023, the Normative Scheme for work-related mobility will come into effect. This scheme is part of the CO2-reducing measures in the Climate Agreement. If your organisation employs more than 100 employees, you must take measures that contribute to making corporate mobility more sustainable and report on this. From 2023 onward, a set standard for CO2 emissions per kilometre applies to corporate mobility. If you don’t meet the standard, extra measures are needed to achieve fewer and cleaner kilometres.

Sustainable mobility as a primary target
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Sustainable mobility as a primary target

As an employer, you have a lot to administer. This includes mandatory CO2 reporting. For each business kilometre, a record must be kept of the mode of transport, the emissions produced by the means of transport and the number of kilometres driven. This concerns the kilometres of your fleet, the kilometres driven using the private vehicles of your employees and all alternative modes of transport such as public transport, shared cars and rental cars. Therefore, make sustainable mobility your primary target, now.

  • Managing sustainable travel
    Services deelmobiliteit 800x450 0010 shared mobility bike Grd AN0 NEIKY
    Managing sustainable travel

    Insight into the travel behaviour of employees is vital if you want to aim for sustainable mobility. XXImo offers a complete overview of all travel movements, the travel method and associated CO2 emissions. This makes it possible to manage travel behaviour and costs. All this is useful input for your CSR report. But that’s not all. More and more employers are opting for differentiation in the kilometre allowance. For example, the way in which you reimburse is in keeping with your company’s mobility objectives, such as sustainability or fitness.

  • Mandatory CO2 reports
    Dashboard 800x450
    Mandatory CO2 reports

    In 2023, the Normative Scheme for work-related mobility will come into effect. This scheme is part of the CO2-reducing measures in the Climate Agreement. If your organisation employs more than 100 employees, you must take measures that contribute to making corporate mobility more sustainable and report on this. From 2023 onward, a set standard for CO2 emissions per kilometre applies to corporate mobility. If you don’t meet the standard, extra measures are needed to achieve fewer and cleaner kilometres.

  • Sustainable mobility as a primary target
    Services openbaar vervoer 800x450 0005
    Sustainable mobility as a primary target

    As an employer, you have a lot to administer. This includes mandatory CO2 reporting. For each business kilometre, a record must be kept of the mode of transport, the emissions produced by the means of transport and the number of kilometres driven. This concerns the kilometres of your fleet, the kilometres driven using the private vehicles of your employees and all alternative modes of transport such as public transport, shared cars and rental cars. Therefore, make sustainable mobility your primary target, now.

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