This record holds basic information on the power utilities in the 14 PICs for 2011. Basic information captured are:
1. Installed capacity,
2. Gross generation excluding IPPs
3. Maximum demand
4. Minimum demand
5. Number of customers
6. Number of employees
Record holds regional gross generation by source for the main grid only for the 14 power utilities in the Pacific. Generation provided by source for ADO, heavy fuel oil, hydropower, wind energy, solar PV, biomass & biofuel. Data gives % of renewable energy share in the main grid.
Third report of the Utilities Regulatory Authority (URA) on electricity bills (electricity tariff) comparisons for the Pacfic countries and territories. Report uses spot currency exchange rates in March 2015,since the trend in rankings is only meaningful by holding exchange rates constant at the last version of the report.
Pacific Region Electricity Bills - Comparison Report 2014 for the electricity sector. Report published by the Vanuatu Utility Regulatory Authority (URA). URA conducted an analysis of bills, electricity tariff for electricity customers across the Pacific. This reports provides the summary of the findings.
Pacific Region Electricity Bills - Comparison Report 2013 for the electricity sector. Report published by the Vanuatu Utility Regulatory Authority (URA). URA conducted an analysis of bills, electricity tariff for electricity customers across the Pacific. This reports provides the summary of the findings.
The Sustainable Energy Industry Development Project (SEIDP) will be implemented by the Pacific Power Assocition and will provide technical assistance to increase data availability and capacity in Pacific Island power utilities for renewable energy. This Environment and Social Management Framework (ESMF) sets out the principles and procedures for managing the environment and social aspects of the project. The framework is to guide the PPA and its consultants on how to screen the activities and manage any issues during project implementation.
Manual prepared by the SPC Energy Programme to inform and support work of PICTs officials that regulate or monitor the price of fuel in their respective jurisdictions. To demonstrate how the cost of Pacific Island fuels can be better understood by referring to its various components which are both internationally and locally influenced.
The purpose of this report is to provide the results of the current round of benchmarking for Pacific power utilities. The objective of Pacific power benchmarking is to stimulate analysis and improvement in performance of participants.
This benchmarking project has been performed through the following phases:
The purpose of this Manual is to provide easy-to-follow guidelines for use of benchmarking in Pacific power utilities.
The Pacific Power Association (PPA) and the Asian Development Bank(ADB) have initiated co-ordinated benchmarking for Pacific power utilities by facilitating the conduct of a first round of benchmarking. This Manual provides easy-to-follow guidelines upon how Pacific power utilities can continue with benchmarking to obtain maximum on-going benefits.