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CEN - EN 16258

Methodology for calculation and declaration of energy consumption and GHG emissions of transport services (freight and passengers)

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 November 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 68
ICS Code (Transport in general): 03.220.01
scope:

This European Standard establishes a common methodology for the calculation and declaration of energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to any transport service (of freight, passengers or both).

It specifies general principles, definitions, system boundaries, calculation methods, apportionment rules (allocation) and data recommendations, with the objective to promote standardised, accurate, credible and verifiable declarations, regarding energy consumption and GHG emissions related to any transport service quantified. It also includes examples on the application of the principles.

Potential users of this standard are any person or organisation who needs to refer to a standardised methodology when communicating the results of the quantification of energy consumption and GHG emissions related to a transport service, especially:

- transport service operators (freight or passengers carriers);

- transport service organisers (carriers subcontracting transport operations, freight forwarders and travel agencies);

- transport service users (shippers and passengers).

Document History

EN 16258
November 1, 2012
Methodology for calculation and declaration of energy consumption and GHG emissions of transport services (freight and passengers)
This European Standard establishes a common methodology for the calculation and declaration of energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to any transport service (of freight,...

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