Within the project, the CEPPI partners will be producing reports and other tools of interest for public authorities implementing SPP and PPI practices. By March 2018, the lessons learned from the project and the customised PPI methodologies will be collated to produce a case study based publication entitled 'PPI Guide for Low Energy Cities'. All resources produced are available in this section.
- EAFIP Toolkit: It aims to provide support to policy makers in designing PCP and PPI strategies, and to procurers and their legal departments in implementing such procurements. Module 1 is a strategic module addressed to policy makers, providing economic and case evidence about the impacts and benefits of PCP and PPI, together with concrete guidance on how to embed PCP and PPI into innovation strategies. You can download Module 1 here
- SP Platform: The online hub for sustainable procurement, providing resources, good examples of SPP in action and news on the topic. Visit here
- PPI Platform: The Procurement of Innovation Platform is a one-stop online hub for procurers, policy makers, researchers and other stakeholders interested in procurement of innovation. Visit here
- Buying Green! Handbook: The Handbook is the European Commission's main guidance document to help public authorities buy goods and services with a lower environmental impact. It is also a useful reference for policy makers and companies responding to green tenders. Download it here