Challenge Announcement: New York City and Copenhagen Launches Dual Call for Innovative Approaches and Technologies to Address Stormwater Management

The New York State Department of Environmental Protection and Municipality of Copenhagen is partnering with Access Cities alliance to find solutions for the Cities’ most present and acute environmental issues.

The Winner of the Build Back Circular Call is Barnard College

In November 2020, BLOXHUB and Danish Cleantech Hub forwarded the Build Back Circular Call. This week they could finally announce the winner of the call, Barnard […]

New Urban Water Roadmap: Tips and Tricks to Access the New York Market

Urban Water and the New York market Water is undoubtedly making its way into the New York market. With an increasing urbanization, water has never been […]


With the 2021 agenda ‘Reimagine – Rebuild – Renew’ New York is leading the way as one of the U.S most ambitious states in green initiatives. […]

Danish smart building solutions for Singapore and Asia

Danish smart building solutions for Singapore and Asia How can Danish and Nordic know-how and competencies play an essential role in making the built environment an […]

LIFTING THE GLASS-CEILING: How Smart Lift Approached the Task of Expanding Business in an Existing Market

Smart Lift The U.S market offers a vast amount of opportunities for small, medium and large sized enterprises – even those who are within a niche […]

Financial advice to support Danish companies’ internationalisation

Access Cities is now offering free of charge finance advice to Danish small and medium sized enterprises (SME). The finance service sets out to help Danish […]

Danish Smart City Solutions Providers meet New York in Access Cities Pitch Event

During fall 2020, the Danish Cleantech Hub in New York teamed up with Gate 21 and a group of challenge owners consisting of the International Nighttime Design Initiative (NTD), VOREA Group (VOREA) and Long Island City Partnership (LICP) to solve tomorrow’s Smart City challenges – even faster!

Smart Lighting – a ‘game changer’ for Munich

The implementation of smart city solutions has taken off in Munich to aid the city’s objective to cut CO2 emissions and increase energy efficiency. Combining Munich’s […]