Amsterdam aims to be climate neutral by 2050. To achieve that, the City will work to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels in 2030 and by 95% by 2050.
Want to know more about why Amsterdam joined AI4Cities and what solutions we are looking for?
Join us during our local webinar on the 20th of August and get some new insights:
- What is the project? (Anja Reimann, Projectleider AI4Cities, Gemeente Amsterdam)
- Why did Amsterdam join and what are our challenges? (Jan Duffhues, Innovatie & Stedelijke Ontwikkeling, Gemeente Amsterdam)
- Q&A - What questions do you have?
AI4Cities is a three-year EU-funded project bringing together leading European cities looking for artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to accelerate carbon neutrality. Helsinki (Finland), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Copenhagen (Denmark), Paris Region (France), Stavanger (Norway) and Tallinn (Estonia) are the six European cities and regions that want to ask suppliers to provide with AI solutions for mobility and energy challenges, that will ultimately contribute to reduce CO2 emissions and meet their climate commitments.
Through AI4Cities, the Buyers Group - Helsinki, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Paris Region, Stavanger and Tallinn - will go through a Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) process, an innovation procurement tool that enables the public sector to steer the development of new solutions (not- market-ready) directly towards its needs.