Stap 1 naar CO2-neutraal ondernemen

Measure energy consumption

By measuring the energy consumption of your organization or a specific product, you can easily calculate a carbon or CO2-footprint. And with these numbers, you create enviromental awareness which improves savings. When you measure the energy consumption each year, it makes taken energy savings visible. You can calculate your organizations’ carbon footprint on this website yourself by using our free CO2-calculator. For a more comprehensive and professional calculation or guidance you can contact our expert partners.

Stap 2 naar CO2-neutraal ondernemen

Reduce energy consumption

The next step is the reduction of your energy consumption. Discover the innovative tips and solutions in the following sections and ask our partners for their possibilities.

Stap 3 naar CO2-neutraal ondernemen

Generate renewable energy

The energy that you need after you have taken reduction measures can, for example be generated by the sun, wind or biomass. Discover how to achieve this together with our sustainable energy partners. Besides generating sustainable energy yourself, it is also possible to buy green power directly from an energy supplier. Look here for the options and ask our partners how they can be at your service.

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Offset CO2 emissions

By offsetting the CO2 emissions of, for example your car fleet or air travel, you take 100% responsibility for your organization’s remaining greenhouse gases. More information about offset projects and relevant partners to start with can be found by clicking here.

Stap 5 naar CO2-neutraal ondernemen

Communicate with stakeholders.

Customers, employees, suppliers and other stakeholders can only know and appreciate the steps you have taken towards a carbon-neutral business when they know about it. Therefore, communicate and inspire others to follow your example. In addition, an effective communication strategy will help you to position your sustainable business in the market. Ask our partners about their communicative opportunities or read here more about this topic.