This session explores cutting-edge technologies that offer sustainable and resilient energy solutions to address the challenges of greenhouse gas emissions, energy costs, and limited electricity access. Presentations will focus on hydrokinetic technology, fuel cells, and hybrid systems combining floating PV and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) in the context of developing countries and small island developing states. A speaker from Achelous Energy Limited will showcase the potential of hydrokinetic technology as a baseload renewable energy source, highlighting its ability to generate constant levels of renewable electricity for distributed energy networks and off-grid communities. A speaker from Advent Technologies will describe how fuel cells can serve as a zero-emissions replacement for diesel generators in various applications. A Dornier Suntrace will address the energy challenges faced by Small Island Developing States, specifically the Maldives, and describe a hybrid system of near-shore floating PV in combination with Battery Energy Storage Systems.