Connected Islands

Disseminate knowledge and best practices to accelerate the sustainability and self-sufficiency of islands and remote locations, acting as a catalyst in relations between private and public stakeholders.
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Island Energy

Many island and remote locations even today suffer from a lack of continuous power availability. Where renewable options are available they can be used but don't on their own guarantee consistent supply. A holistic solution to local needs is required.

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Island Mobility

The movement of good and people around islands all eth year round is a varying challenge. In some locations visitors can outnumber locals during the high tourist season causing significant mobility challenges.

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Island Waste

The effective management of waste on islands and at remote locations is a challenge facing many communities. The challenge is further compounded by the materials used today which, in many cases, requires specialist recycling incurring transport costs.

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Island Water

Knowledge Partner - H3B Connected Ltd

Freshwater is a strategic resource on islands, often scarce. Saving water means the islands becoming more resilient and sustainable. Use frequently has to be made of desalination plats to provide the required drinking water.

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Connected Islands

Knowledge Partner - Greening the Islands