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Clean Bus Europe Platform

  • Europe
  • Best practice
  • Electric bus
  • Electric vehicle
  • Emissions
  • European legislation
  • European Research projects
  • Infrastructure
  • Pollution
The Clean Bus Europe Platform is a true tipping point to boost the market uptake of clean bus technologies with concrete actions supporting authorities and operators in the deployment process.
Umberto Guida
Senior Director Knowledge & Innovation

Clean buses, healthy cities

The Clean Bus Europe Platform is an initiative under the European Commission’s Clean Bus Deployment Initiative that aims to support the deployment of clean bus technologies across Europe. The Platform brings together European cities, transport authorities and operators, together with relevant stakeholders like social dialogue partners, industry, financing and funding institutions, associations, etc. to boost and support the exchange of knowledge and expertise on clean bus deployment.

The Clean Bus Deployment Initiative was launched by the European Commission in 2017 to support the transition to cleaner transport. Through their combined efforts, signatories of the Inititative are committed to make this transition happen. The initiative has already been signed by a large number of cities, OEMs and organisations from across Europe and beyond.

You can find more information about the Clean Bus Deployment Initiative here.

The Platform will offer European cities the opportunity to learn from cities that have already set up clean bus schemes through tools such as study visits and webinars. Furthermore, it will provide them with tailored technical assistance in the transition towards clean buses.

The platform is implemented by the APOLLO-EU Consortium, which is led by UITP.

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The Clean Bus Europe Platform is financed by the European Union. 

  • 5 partners

    The APOLLO-EU consortium counts

  • launched in 2017

    The EU’s Clean Bus Deployment Initiative


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