Niue Seeks Renewable Energy Partners.
Nov16

Niue Seeks Renewable Energy Partners.

Niue is hoping its newly completed strategic energy road map will convince donors to support its aspirations for renewable power generation. The 10 year plan which aims to reduce Niue’s reliance on fossil fuels by 80 percent will cost an estimated $26 million US dollars. Most of the funding is for the development of a massive solar farm and exploration of other alternate energy sources such as wind, biomass and ocean energy....

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Niue Hopes To Develop More Solar and Wind Power.

The Niue government has revealed plans to cut the country’s dependence on fuel imports and have the island using 80 percent renewal energy by 2025. The government has released the Niue Strategic Energy Road Map which shows that currently 98 percent of the island’s electricity is diesel generated. Fuel imports on Niue constitute more than 15 percent of the country’s GDP. Most of the remainder is generated by solar...

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Niue Increases Use of Renewable Energy Through PEC Fund Solar.
Jun09

Niue Increases Use of Renewable Energy Through PEC Fund Solar.

The Government of Niue is expecting savings to the tune of NZ$137,000 per annum with the recent commissioning of their solar photovoltaic system project. The US$4 million initiative is expected to provide significant benefits to the people of Niue through the supply of solar-generated electricity throughout the entire island nation. The project, developed and implemented by the Government of Niue, is funded through the Government...

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Japanese-funded Solar Project To Revolutionize Niue’s Power Generation.
Jun09

Japanese-funded Solar Project To Revolutionize Niue’s Power Generation.

Niue’s Premier Toke Talagi says work on a major, Japanese-funded, solar power project will begin next year. Niue says it will soon get up to 30 per cent of its energy supply from solar sources. The project, which is unded by a $US4 million grant from the Japanese government’s Pacific Environment Community Fund, will be administered by the government, with technical assistance from the Niue Power Corporation and the...

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