Towards Smart, Green, Integrated, Transport

TRANSFORM Good Practice Report

The TRANSFORM Project set out to explore the use of innovation procurement modalities to stimulate and enable innovation in the supply chain in pursuit of low carbon, zero emission transport. The content of this report is based on the experience of the TRANSFORM Pilot Innovation Procurement Projects and describes the practical journey of the three […]

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TRANSFORM Case Studies

The draft final case studies of collaborative initiatives are available to download below: D3.2 Barcelona City Council – Case Study – draft final D3.2 Birmingham City Council – Case Study – draft final D3.2 Rotterdam City Council – Case Study – draft final

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Policy Workshop: Cities as customers for Innovation – The Role of City Procurers and Innovation Agencies

The final Programme workshop set out the lessons from TRANSFORM and identified the key policies and frameworks for future activity. The day focused on how city authorities and innovation agencies could work together to create the conditions where innovation procurement for sustainable transport would flourish. Key to this was setting out the challenges for business […]

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Policy Briefs

The first Policy Brief (Briefing Document for the October 2014 TRANSFORM Workshop in Barcelona) was aimed at creating a debate on the emerging policy issues. The second Policy Brief builds on the case-based evidence from the three city-led innovation procurement projects, two stakeholder workshops and exploratory collaborative actions. The first Policy brief is available to […]

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TRANSFORM Joint Statements of Demand

The TRANSFORM team have developed Joint Statements of Demand as part of the EU sponsored project. Its objective is to invite ambitious European cities that are seeking zero emission urban transport solutions to join us in communicating collective messages to the market. Several ‘Joint Statements of Demand’ have been prepared by the TRANSFORM consortium and […]

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Communicating with the Supply Chain – Market Sounding Prospectus

Barcelona City Council and Birmingham City Council have both produced Market Sounding Prospectuses that has opened communication with the market. The purpose of the Market Sounding is to communicate an unmet need to the market in a clear, credible and accurate manner. The market sounding is not a call for tenders, but rather is providing […]

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Interim Workshop (March 2015)

An Interim Workshop was hosted by University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Brussels on 24th March 2015. The purpose of the workshop was to: 1. Review progress on the agreed 2015 Actions for each partner, and forward plans 2. Provide input to the development of the Good Practice Report and 2nd Policy Brief Agenda […]

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Report of 2nd TRANSFORM Innovation Procurement Workshop

This report summarises the results and conclusions of the 2nd TRANSFORM Innovation Procurement workshop that was hosted by Barcelona City Council on 21 October 2014. It provides a summary of the presentations and the break‐out discussions before making some conclusions on the implications for the final year of the TRANSFORM project Presentations slides can be […]

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2nd TRANSFORM INNOVATION PROCUREMENT WORKSHOP

The aim of Workshop No 2 was for the TRANSFORM consortium and invited guests to share experience and ideas on how to mobilise the procurement power of city authorities through both joint actions and collaboration with other stakeholders. It was hosted by Barcelona City Council and held at the city’s Centre Civic Pati Llimona on […]

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Demand Side Measures in Practice for Environmentally Friendly Vehicles

This report provides a review of demand side measures as applied by cities to deliver environmental benefits via Environmentally Friendly Vehicles (EFVs). The report was commissioned for the Transform project and aims to provide a list of examples of demand side measures, with illustrative case study examples. As a UK consultancy, UK case study examples […]

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