Net Zero Cape and Islands Roundtable
On September 27th the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative sponsored Net Zero Cape and Islands, A Roundtable designed to introduce and discuss a net zero goal for reducing fossil fuel consumption in the region. This day-long, invitation only event was held at the Cape Cod Resort and Conference Center in Hyannis. Conference Sets Net Zero Goals for Cape Cod
Cape and Islands Net Zero is designed to introduce the Net Zero goal to clean energy advocates and their allies across the region, showcase a large number of clean energy success stories on the Cape and Islands, and strategize next steps toward achieving this long-term goal. Keynotes will be provided by Max Holmes of Woods Hole Research Center and Emily Norton, Director, Sierra Club Massachusetts. Project presentations will include electric vehicles (autos, metro buses and school buses) and charging stations, solar canopies, an electric-peered floating classroom, battery storage projects, an annual youth climate summit, a faith communities climate action network, a four-town clean energy collective, green construction, a green marina, green energy aggregation and the municipal green communities process.
A continental breakfast and a box lunch was provided to all participants.
Cape and Islands Net Zero Roundtable would like to thank the following partners: the Center for Coastal Studies, the Woods Hole Research Center, the Cape Light Compact, the Sierra Club of Cape Cod, Cape Air, the Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC), Vineyard Wind and the Cape Cod 5 Cent Savings Bank. THANK YOU!