A company wanting to calculate the CO2 emissions resulting from its electricity consumption must take into account the fuel mix, which differs depending on the type of chosen contract.
100% Green energy contract
‘Grey’ energy contract
|2022 : 144.27 g/kWh
Source : VREG - www.vreg.be/nl/energieverbruik
The 2023 rate will be available at the end of May, beginning of June 2024.
Only the percentage of electricity actually coming from fossil fuels must therefore be taken into consideration in the calculation (nuclear and renewable energy do not generate CO2 emissions). The fuel mix specific to the company's contract is available on each invoice (you will also find in appendix 1 the latest 'Grey' fuel mix by region).
A company consumed 500 000 KWh in 2022
The Fuel Mix of its electricity contract consists of:
CO2 emissions resulting from electricity consumption
In Flanders, each company can also check the origin of their electricity on the website of the VREG, based on their EAN number.
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