You have almost finished your mobility policy. You know what measures you want to take. Now the costs. Is there a break-even point? If so, within how many years? If not, what are the extra costs of the new policy each year? And what CO2 savings can you expect? Questions a board no doubt will answer too.
We support organizations in various ways in calculating the costs or the impact on CO2 emissions:
1. Effects per measure
Suppose you have not changed your mobility policy very drastically. For example, you have taken a single measure or amended the scheme. In that case, we calculate the costs, savings and impact of CO2 emissions from this measure or adjustment.
2. Generic mobility model
Suppose you have updated your mobility policy. For current and / or new employees this means an adjustment of their travel schemes. As a result, they will also exhibit different travel behavior than they did under the previous policy.
Which employees use which scheme? What are the costs of the (different) schemes per person? How are your employees going to travel? Just some questions that determine the costs of your new policy.
The 3pm mobility model shows the costs of your new mobility policy and the development of those costs over time. You can immediately see how your costs change if you change one or more aspects of your policy.
Example result generic model
3. Individual mobility model
In addition to the total effect at company level, our more extensive mobility model also shows the effects per employee. This can be interesting for companies that want to make sure that nobody will have less than before. Or for companies who want to offer compensation to existing employees who are disadvantaged by the new policy.
Example of an outcome of the individual mobility model; the effect on the salary for employee X when he / she opts for resp. the new regulation 1 to 5.