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SDG 11 Projects

Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

Circular Economy in Papua New Guinea

Helixos worked with a nonprofit in Papua New Guinea to provide strategic and technical advice in the areas of solid waste and resource management. We reviewed existing challenges with regulations, policy, and available infrastructure to enable the exploration and selection of key opportunities in circular economy concepts, community capability development, and energy recovery solutions.

Technical Advisory

Project Management Support for Legacy Waste Facility

Helixos provided project management support across operations, regulatory and risk functions for a legacy radioactive waste storage facility. This included establishing a risk baseline for the project and safety, environmental, and regulatory strategy development.

Technical Advisory

Diverse Applications of Borehole Disposal

Helixos compared the diverse applications of borehole disposal, including for hydrogen storage, radioactive waste disposal, and sequestration of carbon dioxide. This included an assessment of the geological requirements, risk and safety considerations, monitoring requirements, and public acceptance for the various applications.

Technical Advisory

Regulatory Review of Radioactive Waste Classification

Helixos reviewed regulations and international guidance for radioactive material and waste classification and provided recommendations for internal processes, including characterisation, classification tools, and operations.

Technical Advisory

Hydrogen Electrolyser Membrane Manufacturing

Helixos conducted market research and provided customer contacts for an R&D company developing a machine vision system to enhance the manufacturing of membranes for applications including hydrogen electrolysers.

Cleantech Commercialisation

Solar Pilot Program Implementation for Low to Moderate-Income Communities

Helixos advised a solar energy nonprofit to develop a comprehensive strategy for implementing a solar pilot program tailored to the unique needs of low to moderate-income communities in Florida. A key component of this strategy was identifying suitable impact investors, including high-net-worth individuals and environmental philanthropies and foundations, that would sponsor solar power for low-income housing.

Cleantech Commercialisation, Strategic Communications

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