Sustainability

Xpore SUSTAINABILITY WHITE PAPER

February 24, 2022

Xpore SUSTAINABILITY
Xpore is a pioneer of technological solutions for the textile industry. Created around the “Adventure for Life” mantra, we’re on a mission to advance high-performance textile solutions in an eco-sustainable way. Every aspect of our proprietary products and manufacturing processes is built on robust, sustainable principles. Our nanoporous membrane, adhesives, and lamination technologies are non-toxic and free of PFCs and solvents - a perfect alternative to existing ePTFE and PU-based
products.

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Astonfield Renewables

Astonfield is the largest multi-modality renewable energy company in South Asia, delivering affordable clean energy solutions tailored to the unique needs of communities in emerging markets across the world. Committed to addressing the challenges of sustainable development, Astonfield partners closely with local governments to shape renewable energy markets and drive economic growth.Led by a world-class management team with extensive experience in financing and developing power projects in emerging markets, Astonfield brings a unique combination of vast global expertise and deep local knowledge to ensure seamless execution. By partnering with top tier global technical providers, Astonfield is able to deliver the world’s most advanced clean energy technologies to its customers in the emerging markets.

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Path to 100% Renewables for Dominican Republic

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

The Dominican Republic is considered a leader in energy and policy in the Caribbean. At the end of 2018 the Dominican Republic approved a Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Action Plan to reaffirm the countries pledge to maintain the targets set by the Paris Climate Agreement. This being one of the actions showing the Island nation’s commitment to reducing emissions and increasing the amount of renewable energy in their power system.

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Consumer Protection And Empowerment For A Clean Energy Future

whitePaper | March 17, 2023

Putting consumers at the centre of the energy transition is vital to meet climate change and affordable, secure energy access goals in conjunction. This is now more important than ever, as consumers around the world face unprecedented price pressures generated by fossil fuel dependence and triggered by the turmoil resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Sustainable power grids

whitePaper | January 9, 2023

Stricter environmental and safety regulations, pressure to shift to green energy sources, and a retiring workforce all present significant challenges for today’s power grid operators. Transmission and distribution companies must create a more resilient, dynamic grid, capable of handling increased load and the complexity that distributed energy resources (DERs) will add. New digital tools that enable operators to collect and organize data can help transmission and distribution companies face these challenges by addressing three major imperatives.

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Skills Development and Inclusivity for Clean Energy Transitions

whitePaper | September 22, 2022

Ongoing energy transitions and decarbonisation efforts are poised to bring profound shifts in the sector’s employment, including massive new opportunities for job creation in clean energy.

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Resilience for Sustainable, Inclusive Growth

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

Economies and societies are enduring several crises simultaneously, all of which have a major humanitarian impact and potentially long-lasting second- and third-order effects. Climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, a very weak recovery and the danger of stagflation and now Russia’s invasion of Ukraine pose urgent questions of organizational resilience that cannot be addressed in isolation. These world-shaping events overlap in time, magnifying their impact. The current era is increasingly defined by the interplay of complex disruptions, with their disparate origins and longterm consequences. Institutions are not fully prepared for the new reality. Many react separately to each disruption in all-consuming responses. Before they can recover, the next crisis is at the door.

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Proposed Garryhinch Wind Farm

whitePaper | November 30, 2022

Bord na Móna is an Irish, semi-state climate solutions company helping lead Ireland towards a climate neutral future. Bord na Móna has been serving communities for over 90 years, always rising to meet the needs of the day. It was founded in 1934 as The Turf Development Board to enhance national energy security through peat harvesting and became Bord na Móna in 1946. Today, we have radically changed our approach to face an even greater challenge: climate change. We have ended peat harvesting and now our focus is developing climate solutions in renewable energy, sustainable waste management, carbon storage and biodiversity conservation.

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Astonfield Renewables

Astonfield is the largest multi-modality renewable energy company in South Asia, delivering affordable clean energy solutions tailored to the unique needs of communities in emerging markets across the world. Committed to addressing the challenges of sustainable development, Astonfield partners closely with local governments to shape renewable energy markets and drive economic growth.Led by a world-class management team with extensive experience in financing and developing power projects in emerging markets, Astonfield brings a unique combination of vast global expertise and deep local knowledge to ensure seamless execution. By partnering with top tier global technical providers, Astonfield is able to deliver the world’s most advanced clean energy technologies to its customers in the emerging markets.

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