Introducing clean vehicles into public fleets
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality in Europe's cities requires a rapid and wide-scale introduction of alternatively-fuelled vehicles in publically-owned fleets. How can this be achieved?
The Clean Fleets project has developed a series of policy recommendations based on its experience of guiding public authorities and fleet operators to implement the EU Clean Vehicles Directive and procure clean and energy-efficient vehicles. The project is inviting public procurers and decision-makers to explore these recommendations at its final workshop in Brussels (Belgium) on 21 May 2015.
The event will also include presentations from public procurers and policy experts from members of the project consortium including ICLEI Europe, City of Stockholm, City of Bremen, City of Rotterdam, Transport for London, POLIS, and TÜV Nord. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss and debate the issues openly.
For more information and to participate in the workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org