This report was prepared by the ESCAP. This publication was prepared under the overall guidance of Iosefa Maiava, Head, ESCAP Pacific Office. The lead authors were, listed alphabetically, Jillian Campbell, Shaswat Sapkota, David Smith, Helen Tavola, and Timothy Westbury.
Stocktake Report: Energy Sector Institutions, Legislation, Policies and Fiscal Incentives of Pacific Island Countries. Prepared by the Energy Programme of the Economic Development Diviion of The Pacific Community (SPC).
This report was prepared by Herbert Wade and Peter Johnston for UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok. The purpose of this assignment was to undertake a rapid needs assessment and gap analysis of the fifteen Pacific Island Countries that potentially can participate in the UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Energy Program for Poverty Reduction (REP-PoR). Ideally, such a study would involve travel to each country to allow extensive local input and as much discussion in-country as possible.
This dynamic stability study was prepared by Kema Inc, for Niue Power Corporation (NPC), 2011. The study involves analyzing the electrical system performance under critical disturbances and recommending technical solution to improve system stability.
This report was prepared by the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) for the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP). The objective of this study is to analyze the characteristics of major appliance and lighting products and markets in Niue, in order to inform and support decision-making on the most effective Standards & Labelling (S&L) strategy for Niue. The electrical appliance information presented in this section is based on data provided by the Niue Statistics Office and covers the most common electrical appliances in the country.
Niue raw electricity data. Excel dataset is extracted from the Niue Energy Roadmap and the Niue 2015 FAESP Country Profile. Data sourced by SPC from the Niue Power Cooperation for the publishing of the above documents. Captured here are the following: