Environmental and economic benefits of green public procurement through the Bilan Carbone and Life Cycle Costing methodologies: a case study for Arpa Piemonte
- Arianna Sica – [email protected]
Arianna Sica is a Junior ESG Consultant in WSP Golder – Sustainability Services Team in Turin. In this position, she supports the design and implementation of corporate ESG and Low Carbon Economy Transition strategies and targets. Further, she assists impact assessment for environmental footprint quantification of products and organizations, including LCA studies and carbon footprint. She received her master’s degree in Economics of the Environment, Culture and Territory at the University of Turin in 2022.
The main objective of this article is to analyse the economic and environmental benefits associated with the implementation of Green Public Procurement and Minimum Environmental Criteria in a specific tender published by Arpa Piemonte for its headquarters in the city of Turin. The focus lies on the modernization of the internal lighting system shifting from CFL to LED technology: the analysis of environmental aspects measures the reduction of GHG emissions through Bilan Carbone; the economic benefits are analysed with the Life Cycle Costing tool of the European Commission.
Benefits, Environment, GHG, Italy, LCC, Lighting, Procurement.
Cite this article
Sica, A. (2022). Environmental and economic benefits of Green Public procurement through the Bilan Carbone and Life Cycle Costing methodologies: a case study for Arpa Piemont. European Journal of Public Procurement Markets, 4(8), 119-131. https://www.doi.org/10.54611/YRGF9283.