Tonga's sustainable energy revolution: A new era of opportunity

Alfred Sadd Memorial College community enjoys light

The school community of Alfred Sadd Memorial College (ASMC) on Abemama Island in Kiribati, is now enjoying permanent lighting, cold drinks and other benefits that come with the installation of a 20 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) hybrid system at…

Private sector investment is the way to go

Photo caption: His Majesty Tupou VI inspecting the Matatoa Solar Farm in Tonga Following five earlier grant aid-funded solar farms, the Kingdom of Tonga finally commissioned its first large scale independent power producer facility on Thursday 19…

Solar Power brings new opportunities for sugarcane families

Solar panel being installed at a household in Cuvu Four hundred remote rural households in Fiji’s sugarcane belt areas will have electricity by the middle of this year, thanks to a European Union funded, Micro Projects Programme (MPP) for clean, green…

Republic of Palau signs Energy Act into law

Palau has become the second Pacific Island country in over two decades to sign a National Energy Act into law which facilitates the establishment of an Energy
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