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James Ellsmoor 🏝
Sustainability contributor • Entrepreneur & • Board Chair • Creating a world of sustainable islands 🌴
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So every day, you learn to roll up your sleeves. More than half of adults living in rural America (52%) say they are active in solving problems in their local community and 61% belong to a health, social or community service group.
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 5h
Slowly but surely, energy storage is becoming cheaper. This development will fundamentally change consumer relationships with their electricity utilities.
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Islands Revival 7h
Looking forward to this !
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 7h
Stay awake and watch what is happening.
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BREAKING: :Launch of the Virtual Island Summit! The first is a free + entirely online event to connect global islands and share common experiences on a digital platform. Register here:
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SDEWES Centre 15h
Due to the declining cost of and storage, mini-grids have fallen dramatically in cost and they may change the world again. for
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Simon CHIN-YEE 14h
I just signed up for the to meet guests & experts from 100+ island communities from across the globe. Register here:
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By applying synthetic ion separation techniques to the lithium extraction process, triples the recovery rate of for 🔋⚡️🔋⚡️ Nice work !
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 14h
The future course of 's independence could ripple across the Pacific, & will touch on a mixture of business concerns, environmental worries & geopolitical interests from Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan and the USA.
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 14h
To counter global challenges that are a particular threat to vulnerable island nations like those in the , it’s vital to “face the headwinds together”, especially in the face of climate change, says UN chief.
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Recent analysis has shown that these decreased costs mean that are now the lowest cost way of providing power to at least 100 million people living in Africa.
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Elise Baker 23h
Just subscribed! I’m sure colleagues would be interested, too.
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Jul 17
Thank you ! There should be a link to the study in the article too.
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IRENA Jul 17
Replying to @atsnyde @Oblio303 and 2 others
Hi , ’s latest costs data and analysis is in ‘Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2018’, which you can download and read here:
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Seth Leitman Jul 17
The biggest contributing factor to solar job losses was President Trump’s tariffs on panels -
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Flávio Tiago Jul 17
Sign up to the to meet guests and experts from 100+ island communities from across the globe:
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Jul 17
While progress on has been made over the past 4 years, some vulnerable island States are losing momentum in the race to 2030, according to the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Jul 17
With the amount of debate and misinformation troubling the waters, the facts behind the efficiency of electric vehicles have become somewhat clouded - so just how clean are these vehicles?
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Jul 16
has been touted as the next big technological advance - impacting everything from online transactions to e-government. But what does it mean for renewable energy?
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