public procurement

PROBIS (Procurement of Building Innovative Solutions) is a project funded by the EC that has the general objective of testing Public Procurement for Innovation to increase energy efficiency and sustainability in buildings.
Post date: 22 lip 2015
Type: Aktualności

The EU project PROBIS - “Public Procurement of building innovative solutions” intends to use the leverage of public demand to stimulate the construction market in order to develop or improve new integrated solutions and approaches which are focused on a building´s refurbishment process. The project, involving 10 partners from 4 different European countries, is developing a coordinated performance-based procurement action in order to launch up to 4 open tenders in different EU Member States: Italy (Municipality of Turin, Lombardy Region) Sweden (Borla
Post date: 6 lip 2015
Type: Aktualności

When considering the many tools available to the EU in its fight against climate change, public procurement may not necessarily come to mind first, despite its potential to save huge amounts of resources.
Post date: 21 lis 2013
Type: Publication

When considering the many tools available to the EU in its fight against climate change, public procurement may not necessarily come to mind first, despite its potential to save huge amounts of resources.
Post date: 21 lis 2013
Type: Notatka

This report summarises the work carried out during the first year of the Concerted Action for the Energy Services Directive II (CA ESD) on the theme ―Public sector: national, regional and local initiatives.The main objective was to investigate public procurement as an effective tool to help the public sector in its exemplary role imposed by the ESD, with a focus given to co-operation between different levels of national, regional and local.
Post date: 10 wrz 2013
Type: Publication

A general section of the web training gives a brief introduction to the topic, while four thematic sections go deeper into how to procure buildings, catering, transport and IT in a sustainable way. “Expert bodies in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and a few other countries came together in 2011 to find a solution to the lack of training material and training efforts in green public procurement, and their knowledge sharing resulted in this training material”, says Daniel Sköld, project leader of the Baltic GPP project at SEMCo.
Post date: 1 lip 2013
Type: Aktualności

Post date: 15 gru 2011
Type: Tool

Europe's public authorities are major consumers. By using their purchasing power to choose environmentally friendly goods, services and works, they can make an important contribution to sustainable consumption and production – what we call Green Public Procurement, or GPP. Although the use of environmental criteria in procurement procedures can lead to higher direct purchasing costs, these can be compensated by lower operating costs. From the analysis it is indicated that there are mainly two product groups leading to cost reductions through GPP - Construction and Transport.
Post date: 30 lis 2011
Type: Publication

Part four of the Green Paper (p.33-p.48) deals with issues relating to making better use of public procurement in support of common societal goals such as the protection of the environment, higher resource and energy efficiency and combating climate change, promoting innovation and social inclusion, and ensuring the best possible conditions for the provision of high quality public services.
Post date: 23 Maj 2011
Type: Aktualności