Digital Disclosure

Digital disclosure requirements for Charities as of 1 January 2014 in The Netherlands

Name: Stichting European Climate Foundation (the Foundation)

RSIN: 819062753

Address: Riviervismarkt 5

NL – 2513 AM Den Haag

Aim of the Foundation

The Foundation is established to pursue the following objectives:

a. the advancement of environmental protection and improvement through any charitable means, including the promotion of efficient and safe use of energy, sustainable development, clean technology and minimization of harmful emissions (including greenhouse gases) with a view to preventing of lessening climate change; and

b. the education of the public in before mentioned subjects and all related subjects, all of which in the broadest sense.

Board members


Remuneration policy

The members of the policymaking body may receive no other remuneration for their work than a compensation for expenses incurred, and a moderate attendance fee. For executive work, they may in forthcoming event receive a competitive remuneration (‘martktconforme beloning’).  Otherwise, the remuneration policy of the foundation is to pay its personnel a salary which both fits the specific function and reflects generally accepted relevant guidelines for non-governmental organisations such as the foundation.

Report of activities


Summary of policy plan


Summary of profit and loss account and balance sheet

€ Mn

€ Mn

2012

2011

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF BENEFITS AND COSTS FOR 2012
Income

25,1

21,3

– Overhead costs (‘beheeruitgaven’ )

4,3

3,2

– Charitable expenditures (‘doeluitgaven’)

Low Carbon Power Generation

6,2

6,7

Energy Efficiency

2,8

2,9

Clean Transportation

1,7

2,5

EU Climate Policies

3,4

2,6

Others

3,7

3,3

Results

3

0,1

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2012
(after appropriation of excess of benefits over costs)
ASSETS

Fixed assets

 0,4

 0,4

Participations

 0,0

 0,0

Current assets

 10,5

 4,0

Total

 10,9

 4,4