PROVIDERS
• MEASURE
• OPTIMISE
• SEND
• MONETISE
• OFFSET
YOUR TRANSPORT
CO2 EMISSIONS
REGULATED
DISPLAY
BENEFICIARIES
• RELIABLE
• CENTRALISED
• COLLATE
• ANALYSE
• EXPLOIT CO2 DATA
FLOW FOR ALL
YOUR SERVICES
METHOD
General principle
The data used
Decree No. 2011-1336 describes the methodology used to calculate the CO2 emissions from transport services. This method involves four steps:

1.The decomposition of transportation service in segments
(see Article 4 of the Decree);

2.The calculation of the amount of energy source consumed for each segment (see Articles 6 and 7 of the Decree);

3.The conversion of the amount of energy source to an amount of carbon dioxide for each segment (see Article 5 of the Decree);

4.The addition of the amounts of carbon dioxide of the different segments.
• Mode of transport

• Places of departure and arrival

• Distance with mileage loaded and empty

• Weight or volume transported

• Type of activity, type of vehicle, fuel consumption

• Data on outsourcing or consolidation

• Identity of the beneficiary or charterer

• Reference of the goods
4 levels of information
According to available information the display quality of CO2 goes from 1 (default) to 4 (most detailed level). Less information is precise, plus it penalises 'good' providers.

Level 1 - Use of default values ​​established by decree for each mode of transport by type of activity or means of transport.

Level 2 - CO2 values ​​are based on average consumption calculated by the provider on the entire business.

Level 3 - CO2 values ​​are based on averages calculated by the provider from a complete breakdown of its activity.

Level 4 - CO2 values ​​are calculated from the actual data transport service.
Note
The Euro standard applies to local pollutants and not to CO2.

CO2 display on invoices is not required or recommended.

The control and certification of CO2 display by accredited bodies is provided in the decree.