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Webinar on the White Paper

How to procure e-Mobility solutions

- The Innovation Procurement perspective -

To present the White Paper: How to procure e-Mobility solutions and to further explain it, a series of webinars will take place. The goal of these events is to dive into the concepts described in the e-Mobility paper and to have small interactive meetings.

2hour - Online Course

The webinars will be held in groups of 15 people. So there are limited seats available.
The interactive webinar costs € 275,- incl. 21% VAT and will be invoiced to you directly. After payment you will receive your own personal link to the webinar.


Agenda

10.00-10.10    Why a growing number of European public authorities are purchasing e-Mobility solutions?
Brief explanation of what an e-Mobility solution is and of the increasing importance of (innovative) e-Mobility solutions in Europe.

10.10-10.40     The Eafip Methodology
The Eafip-methodology is a public procurement framework designed to facilitate the purchase of innovative solutions within the European Union. This session explains the different steps of the methodology and tailors them to the purchase of e-Mobility solutions.

10.40-11.00    Enhancing the competitiveness of european companies by guarantying a level playing field
This session provides guidance on the design of the procurement documentation in such a way that public procurements also enable the competitiveness of the European Union, focussing on the Government Procurement Agreement of the World Trade Organization, international trade agreements on public procurement and EU initiatives to level the playing field in public procurement.

11.00-11.20    How to incorporate social and environmental considerations into the procurement process?
The Public Procurement Directives encourage contracting authorities in the EU to require high social and environmental standards in their procurement and to ensure that EU and third country bidders are held to these high standards.  To this end – and as long as they are expressly stated in the tender, linked to the subject matter of the contract and proportionate - they can use technical specifications, exclusion, selection and award criteria as well as define contract performance clauses that ensure the respect of standards that are applied in the EU.

11.20-11.40    Conclusions and recommendations
This session hihlights the main lessons learnt and gives contracting authorities practical advice on how to choose, develop and implement their procurements in order to foster the European level playing field and guarantee high social and environmental standards.

11.40-12.00    Q&A session


Details

Date: TBD
Time: 10.00 - 12.00 CET
Location: Online through Teams
Price: € 275,- incl. 21% VAT