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Ithaca Webinar

Approximately 360km from New York City lies the city Ithaca, which is the first city in the US to have explicitly expressed their goal achieving an equitable transition to carbon-neutrality town-wide by 2030. This makes the city an obvious destination for companies that offer green solutions!
It is therefore a pleasure to announce that Green Hub Denmark, as a member of the SmartCityTech partnership, presents the webinar Ithaca’s road to a greener future.
So, are you interested in hearing more about Ithaca's plans for decarbonization and would you like the opportunity to find out if your company can play a role in Ithaca's green transition?
Then sign up for the webinar, where Ithaca's Sustainability Director, Luis Aguirre-Torres, will talk more about the city's Green New Deal. You are of course welcome to participate in the webinar on March 9, even if you do not participate in the mission in May!

March 9, 2022
14:00-15:00 CET
Online, Microsoft Teams
Sign up here!
 14:00 – 14:05 Welcome
By Thilde Møller Larsen, Green Hub Denmark
 14:05 – 14:20 Ithaca’s Green New Deal
By Luis Aguirre-Torres, City of Ithaca
 14:20 – 14:35 BlocPower and their collaboration with City of Ithaca
By Molly Kiick, BlocPower
 14:35 – 14:45 Q&A
 14:45 – 14:50 Goodbye and Next steps
By Thilde Møller Larsen, Green Hub Denmark

Business Mission Landing Page link

Ithaca and their Green New Deal
In 2019, The City of Ithaca adopted its Green New Deal which aims to eliminate the city's 400,000 tonnes of annual CO2 emissions. The Town also set two goals for its own operations to be met by 2025: to meet the electricity needs of Town government operations with 100% regionally sourced renewable electricity and to reduce emissions from the Town fleet of vehicles by 50%. As the first step in the process, the city has chosen to decarbonize and electrify thousands of both privately owned and publicly owned buildings and homes by the end of the decade.


This project has received funding from the European Unión COSME COS-Cluster Programme, under the grant agreement Nº 951206