The event on 'public-private partnership on Green Digital Charter commitments' takes place on 14-15 November 2013
Following Bologna and Nuremberg, Amsterdam will host the third Networking intelligent Cities for Energy Efficiency (NiCE) roadshow on 14-15 November 2013, on ‘public-private cooperation on Green Digital Charter commitments’.
Roadshows are visibility and networking events organised under the NiCE project. Their aim is to increase the visibility of the Green Digital Charter (GDC) and facilitate partnerships between signatory cities, the European institutions and other relevant stakeholders.
The event in Amsterdam is divided into four parts:
smart cities and public-private cooperation
Amsterdam’s achievements and pilot projects
EU-China cooperation on smart cities
update on funding smart cities
Participating cities will be able to visit Amsterdam’s green ICT pilot projects.
For more information and to register for the event, click here.
By signing our Green Digital Charter, cities commit to reducing carbon emissions through the uptake of smart ICTs. To date, 40 cities including ten capital cities, have signed the charter, which is available at the link below.