ESG policy and mobility
For many organizations, mobility accounts for the majority of CO2 emissions and is an important part of the organization’s ESG policy. With Fynch, you can gain insight into mobility-related CO2 emissions and reduce them at the same time.
ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. These ESG criteria help companies positively contribute to climate goals, secure sustainability in the organization, and comply with regulations or standards such as CSRD and in the Netherlands CO2 performance ladder and the Normative Regulation on Work-related Personal Mobility.
People, Planet, Profit
ESG is derived from the “triple bottom line” better known as the 3 P’s People, Planet, Profit. In addition to profit, people and planet are as important to an organization.
- Less administrative frustration
- Being a good employer
- 10-20% CO2 reduction
- CO2 report
- Particulate matter reduction
- Fewer errors in declarations
- Time savings: 2-3 hours per month of travel administration
- Mobility costs
Comply with the Normative Regulation Work-related Personal Mobility.
From Jan. 1, 2024, as a large employer (more than 100 employees), you are required to track and report your employees’ carbon emissions. Fynch makes this easy for you.
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We are here for all your questions about the Normative Regulation Work-Related Person Mobility.
The NRWP is part of the Dutch Climate Agreement concluded in 2019. About 27% of all CO2 emissions are caused by mobility, and more than half of that is accounted for by employers. This regulation aims to achieve 1 megaton of CO2 reduction by 2030.
- Companies in NL with 100+ employees
- Employee: Minimum 20 hours of paid work (including seasonal)
- Excluded: Temporary workers, volunteers, on-call workers (o-hours)
- Multiple establishments: Then add up
- Reference date employee count: January 1 of the reporting year
- Only yellow license plates, mopeds, motorcycles, public transport and (e-)bike.
- Only business and commuting kilometers
- Have information in order by Jan. 1, 2024
- Submit data for 1 January 2024 – 31 Dec 2024 by 1 July 2025 at the latest
- Afterwards, always report before 1 July of the following year via the website portal of the RFO
- 2025 Benchmark joint emission ceiling. This may be followed by a standard for CO2 emissions per km.
In short, for each mode of transport / fuel type, all kilometers divided into commuting and business kilometers must be provided. This applies to both private cars and lease cars.
Make sure you know before January 1, 2024 whether you are able to provide the information, we are happy to help you with this.