The EU Techbridge project matched North American based end-users with innovative European SMEs to fill a gap in the market and explore partnership.
The City of Vancouver is conducting a global search for innovators, with a focus on the EU, who have solutions to help transition to 100% renewable energy by 2030. This Neighbourhood Utility Targeted Call, the latest from Project Greenlight, is focused on technologies that will help the City’s Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU) increase its renewable energy supply, streamline operational efficiencies, and explore demand-side management solutions.
Register for the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1UULMzllSu-u8NKHwdauUQ
The NEU is a City-owned district energy system that provides cost-effective, low-carbon space heating and domestic hot water to buildings in the False Creek neighbourhood in Vancouver.
Can your cleantech solution help the NEU transition to 100% renewable energy? Learn more about this opportunity in this free webinar.
• EU Techbridge & LCBA Canada Introduction
• Project Greenlight Overview
• City of Vancouver Targeted Call, Q&A
• Closing Remarks
EU Techbridge, a project co-funded by the COSME programme of the European Union, and LCBA Canada, a programme funded by the European Union, who are both supporting EU companies to connect with North American opportunities. Together we are collaborating with the Vancouver Economic Commission and their supported program delivery partner Foresight, on the Project Greenlight programme which is sponsored by TD Bank Group and Western Economic Diversification Canada.