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Stockholm - Green school transport services
Procurement of transport services for Stockholm school children with special needs, including strict environmental criteria relating to the vehicles used.
English
Sweden
Transport and vehicles
Clean Fleets
2015
Slovenian Joint Procurement of Cars and Vans
English
Europe/EU, Slovenia
Transport and vehicles
Clean Fleets
2015
Reforming the public fleet - Electric and CNG vehicles in Ghent
English
Europe/EU, Belgium
Transport and vehicles
Clean Fleets
Green Procurement by Local Government: A Review of Sustainability Criteria
This report assesses the green or sustainable procurement practices implemented by local government, and environmental sustainability criteria in procurement policies of councils in South Australia.
English
Australia
General GPP/SPP,
Local Government Association of South Australia (LGASA)
2014
Innovative Electric Buses in Vienna
Vienna is striving to be a leader in green transport. In its e-mobility strategy of 2012, it sets the aim to reduce personal motorised transport to less than 20% in 2025. As a model region for e-mobility it is testing new transportation systems and with SMILE (smile-einfachmobil.at) and MobilCard (mobilcard.info), the city is involved in two projects supporting multimodal transport.
English
Europe/EU, Austria
Transport and vehicles
Clean Fleets Project
2014
Monetising emissions for a lease contract in Bremen
The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen has set its own climate and energy goals. Since 2009 the strategic objective has been to reduce Bremen’s CO2 emissions by 40% compared to the 1990 levels. One of the sectoral actions is to reduce transport related CO2 emissions. To meet its targets, the Senate wishes the city administration’s vehicle fleet to be as clean and efficient as possible. In addition for business trips undertaken by administration staff there is a rule which prioritises more sustainable modes or transport. The order of priority is: walking, cycling, public transport – a car may only be used if these modes are not appropriate for their work.
English
Europe/EU, Germany
Clean Fleets Project
2014
Joint Procurement of EVs and PHEVs in Sweden
A Clean Vehicles in Stockholm programme has been run by the Environment and Health Administration of Stockholm since 1994 to speed up the transition to clean vehicles and renewable fuels. In 2011, the City Council approved an Electric Vehicles Strategy, aiming to become one of the world’s leading clean vehicle cities by 2030.

The joint procurement was initiated by the city of Stockholm and the state-owned utility company Vattenfall to demonstrate Sweden’s purchasing potential to manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs), to contribute to a quieter and cleaner fleet and to enable Swedish organisations to buy or lease EVs or PHEVs under optimal conditions.
English
Europe/EU, Sweden
Transport and vehicles
2014
First EEV buses in Baia Mare, Romania
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
ICLEI Europe
2014
The New Bus for London – Diesel/electric hybrid
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
ICLEI Europe
2014