We can reduce your annual CO2 emissions by 4,5 metric tonne (MT) every year for a 100 m² apartment.
But what exactly does this mean? Is it a lot or not very much?
To provide a context regarding exactly how much this represents, we use a comparison of the amount of CO2 emitted by an average diesel-fuelled car.
This is a comparison that has been officially published by the Dutch Central Planning Office (2nd October 2019), which draws up calculations for the Dutch Government.
So, to give you a clearer idea, we can use the following example:
The average annual CO2 emissions from such an apartment amount to 4,5 MT. This is equal to the CO2 emissions produced by driving an average diesel-fuelled car for 27,000 km (for example a car that drives 1:15 l/km).