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Forum for Bio-Based Innovation in Public Procurement

The InnProBio project aimed to raise awareness and increase the knowledge base of public procurement practitioners about the potential of purchasing products and services made from bio-based materials.



The PPI4Waste project explored mechanisms to overcome barriers to public procurement of innovation in the waste sector.


Green public procurement supporters for innovative and sustainable institutional change

The main goal of GreenS was to strengthen capacity of public authorities to successfully apply GPP with priority, enhancing their ability and capacity to save energy, reduce CO2 emissions and costs by applying innovative solutions on GPP.

Buying Green!

Buying Green! Handbook - 3rd Edition

European Commission's flagship handbook 'Buying Green!' serves as a practical tool to assist public authorities in implementing GPP, The third edition, written by ICLEI in cooperation with PPA, took into account the revised EU Procurement Directives which were published in April 2014.

GPP 2020

GPP 2020 - Mainstreaming low-carbon procurement

GPP 2020 aimed to mainstream low-carbon procurement across Europe in support of the EU’s goals to achieve a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, a 20% increase in the share of renewable energy and a 20% increase in energy efficiency by 2020.

To this end, GPP 2020 implemented more than 100...


Procurement of eco-innovative catering

INNOCAT aimed to bring together a group of public and private buyers to publish a series of tenders for eco-innovative catering products, services and solutions.

Water PiPP

Water Public Innovation Procurement Policies

Water PiPP explored new public innovation procurement methodologies and tested them in the water sector where European innovation potential is blocked by a number of bottlenecks. The project contributed to facilitating real innovation, mobilising public authorities, public and private purchasers, wa...


PROBIS - Supporting Public Procurement of Building Innovative Solutions

The PROBIS project implemented a series of innovative energy efficient building refurbishment solutions within four pilot public procurement processes.
Solutions were implemented in Torino, Lombardy, Borlänge and Miskolc.


Healthy Ageing Public Procurement of Innovations

HAPPI´s objective is to link European health public procurers to work together in order to detect and purchase innovative and sustainable which will improve ageing well. The HAPPI project brings together an original consortium of 10 partners from 6 Member States of the European Union and it is...