Clean Fleets is run by a project team of thirteen partners that bring together a considerable wealth of expertise and experience with the procurement of public vehicles with higher energy and environmental standards.
Project coordinator: ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is the world’s leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development.
The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen is located in the North-West of Germany. It has a population of approximately 550,000.
The Institute of Studies for the Integration of Systems (ISIS) is an Italian private research and consultancy firm supporting policy makers with energy, transport and environmental policies.
Palencia City Council governs the capital of the province of Palencia in the north-west of Spain. The municipality has a population of approximately 82,000.
The Romanian Association of Public Transport (URTP) is a national network of public transport operators.
The City of Rotterdam is the second-largest city in the Netherlands with about 617,000 inhabitants. The city is well known for its world port.
The Municipality of Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria with a population of approximately 1.2 million.
The City of Stockholm is the capital of Sweden with about 860,000 inhabitants. It has started working on clean public vehicles early on and is considered a leading authority on the topic.
Transport & Travel Research Ltd (TTR) is a UK-based consultancy company specialised in the field of transport policy research.
Transport for London is the local government body responsible for most aspects of the transport system in Greater London in England.
TÜV Nord Mobility is one of the largest technical service providers in Germany. It carries out a broad range of certification, advisory and testing services.
VAG Freiburg is the local public transport operator for the city of Freiburg, Germany. More than 75 million people travel with the VAG's trams and buses every year.
Zagreb Holding Ltd is a publicly-owned company that carries out municipal, transport and market functions for the Croatian capital city, Zagreb.