Stat of the week: 47% of households in PNG had access to electricity in 2018

47% of households in Papua New Guinea had access to electricity in 2018, a big improvement from the 20% figure in 2010.  

The ‘Green Pacific’ offers a pathway to a brighter future

It is a fact that Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) contribute a minuscule amount to the global emissions of harmful Greenhouse Gases that cause climate change. On the other hand, every year, PICTs import for one billion US in fossil fuels…

Les Outre-Mer vus par leurs acteurs: énergies & environnement dans les Outre-mer

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Tool developed to ensure fair and reasonable fuel prices for people of Vanuatu

Vanuatu’s energy regulator took steps this month to develop a simple tool that will help ensure fair fuel pricing for its people in the future. To provide clarity a pricing template was developed which is a tool specific to Vanuatu’s energy and fuel…

Regional Training for Implementation of the Casualty Investigation Code

Opening: Thierry Nervale- Deputy Director Oceans and Maritime Media photo op:  10am 

Improving access to sustainable water and greener electricity supply in Kiritimati Island

Photo: traditional dancing at the opening of the water infrastructure   New water and electricity supply schemes have been officially opened on Kiritimati Island, providing greener energy sources and improving access to clean drinking water for the local…

Newly accredited regional certificates for resilience and sustainable energy provide new opportunities in the Pacific

Five certificates in resilience and sustainable energy were presented to Pacific Technical and Vocational Education and Training (PacTVET) in a small ceremony in Nadi this morning. The Pacific Community (SPC) through the Educational Quality and…
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