Date: Monday, 4th March 2024
Time: 9.30am – 4.00pm
CPD: 6 CPD Hours
Method of Delivery: Online
About the seminar
Public procurement is a powerful market force, with an estimated spend of €1.8trillion across the EU accounting for 14% of EU GPP, in Ireland public procurement accounts for 10-12% of GDP.
Green Public Procurement offers public bodies the means to lead sustainable development in their sector, educating suppliers to reduce the environmental impacts across their product and service life cycles; developing the circular economy.
The Climate Action Plan requires every public body to have a climate mandate: With many public bodies already leading by example in energy efficiency; green procurement is a way to further reduce emissions and deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Goals for participants
- Spreadsheet templates provided to allow participants generate a working template for one aspect of their procurement e.g. transport services
On completion participants will be able to:
- Review their organisations’ environmental impacts at a high level
- Focus on areas of significance
- Research the market, identify suitable criteria
- Apply EU GPP Guidelines to scoring and specification
- EPA Green Public Procurement Guidelines for the Public Sector
- Measure the impacts, to continually improve
- Create their own templates for green public procurement
Our trainer participated in WG2.6 Working Group 2.6 to review and update some of the EU Green Public Procurement (GPP) guidelines 2017-18. He is an independent energy advisor with an MSc in Energy Management and Renewable energy from University of Ulster, he is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Measurement & Verification professional (CMVP) and trainer for ISO50001. He has trained over 200 ESOS Lead Assessors in Transport Energy Auditing, led the publication of EN 16247-4 Europe’s transport energy audit standard and contributed to ISO50004.Since 2005, He has been helping business save fuel and manage their energy use for profit and reduced emissions. Accepted as a member of the Association of Energy Engineers, CILT, FTAI, IMCA and EVO. He is a registered lead ESOS assessor (UK) and registered energy auditor (Ireland).
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