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The recently released World Economic Forum report “Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2019” has provided a snapshot of the most likely scenarios the world is facing in relation to | 04-Jun-2019
Fiji Times, 31st October 2018 | 05-Nov-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 24th October 2018 | 26-Oct-2018
Travel Pulse, 22nd October 2018
Six Senses Fiji has become something of a trailblazer when it comes to hospitality industry properties that are taking action on climate change.
| 26-Oct-2018
Matangi Tonga Online, 12th September 2018
An NZD$30.7 million upgrade to the power distribution network in 55 Tongatapu villages has connected hundreds of households to electricity for the first time and upgraded the connections for thousands more.
Funded by New Zealand under the Tonga Village Network Upgrade Project, concluded on September 5, three months ahead of schedule.
| 14-Sep-2018
Clean Technica, 21st August 2018
A new Tesla video titled “Tesla Powerpack in Samoa” offers an uplifting message about the power and promise of renewable energy in the world’s most remote regions. American Samoa has long been dependent on diesel power for electricity generation, but the territory is beginning a transition away from fossil fuels and toward clean energy independence.
| 03-Sep-2018
Samoa Observer, 21st July 2018
Samoa has become the first country in the Pacific to install battery energy storage systems and micro grid controller. 
| 27-Jul-2018
Energy Matters, 16th May 2018
New solar plus battery projects in the Cook Islands demonstrate how off-grid regions can escape reliance on diesel generators.
| 27-Jun-2018
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, April 18, 2018 At the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, UK Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth Claire Perry has announced £1.2m (approximately F$3.5m) of further UK funding to support Pacific Island countries with the implementation of their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), through the Regional P | 19-Apr-2018
Papua New Guinea Today
Papua New Guinea Minister for responsible for Energy Honrable Samuel H Basil yesterday mapped out the O’Neill Government’s way forward on the Energy Sector to light up PNG households and power industrialization to modernize the country.
| 09-Apr-2018
A high school in Tuvalu has won an international award which will help reduce its use of fossil fuels.
Motufoua Secondary School won the Oceania category in the Global High School section of this year's Zayed Future Energy Prize, a competition promoting energy solutions in Abu Dhabi.
| 06-Feb-2018
The Vanuatu Government has applauded the Iririki resort in the capital Port Vila for its switch to solar power.
For two weeks now the resort has been running solely on electricity generated by a newly installed solar power plant.
| 20-Jun-2017
WASHINGTON, May 31, 2017 – The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved US$4 million to support a project aimed to provide electricity access to 45,000 people across Vanuatu for the first time. | 06-Jun-2017
PACIFIC Island states have joined hands to reaffirm their commitment to continue to undertake concerted actions within their respective capabilities to address carbon emissions from international aviation. | 01-Aug-2016
Wanting to make a positive difference in the world is one thing, knowing the best way to make that difference is another, yet for the Kingdom of Tonga this ‘best way’ seems to have been found and is being put to use. | 30-Mar-2016
Sunergise, the kiwi company bringing solar power to the Pacific, has launcheda project crowdfunding campaign on PledgeMe to reconnect thousands of Fijian homes with emergency solar power packs. | 06-Mar-2016

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