This year, Climate Week New York 2021 takes place from September 21. – 27. and Danish Cleantech Hub, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and State of Green are happy to invite you to this year’s unique virtual transatlantic event on September 21, 2021.
Optimal acoustics, air quality, natural lighting and aesthetics work together to impact how students understand teachers, stay focused and even perform on tests. To rebuild New York’s schools for the future we must also look for new inspiration that can help provide both students and educators with safe place to grow and work.
Read about how Danish Cleantech Hub have helped Nordic Metals (Nordisk Staal) through the Access Cities program.
Smart city technologies are becoming essential parts of cities. Read how Suncil can help your city through sustainable solar powered street lighting.
The global population is estimated to reach 9.7 billion in 2050 and this puts an increasing demand on earth resources. To tackle the problems that arise with increasing population, cities are setting up goals to lower their emissions. One company that can help with such is Photocat.
Last week, Denmark and New York strengthened their ties even further when NYSERDA and the Confederation of Danish Industry signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will help advance clean energy as an economic driver and critical solution in the global fight against climate change.
Read about how Danish Cleantech Hub has helped ADEPT gain insight into possible market entry strategies and potential partners in the US.
New York and Copenhagen are seeking solutions in stormwater management. If you missed out on the kick-off webinar February 23rd, you now have the opportunity to stream the event.
Dansk Industri’s kontor I USA (Danish Cleantech Hub), Clean Cluster, the New York State Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) og Københavns Kommune har annonceret the NYC-CPH Dual Urban Water Vision Challenge.
Som optakt til dette års Circular City Week New York kan du her læse om hvilke cirkulære trends der fylder i New York’s bybillede disse år.
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