Niue National Energy Action Plan. The Energy Committee of the Niue Government with the assistance of the Pacific Island Energy Policy and Strategic Action Planning Project PIEPSAP November 2005. The National Energy Policy states briefly and precisely the Government's policies for the planning and management of the nation's energy sector over the next 10-15 years.
The Niue Strategic Energy Road Map 2015–2025(NiSERM) builds on the 2005 Niue National Energy Policy and the Niue National Strategic Plan (NNSP) 2014–2019, and is aligned to current national, regional and international emerging issues relating to the energy sector. The Government of Niue (GoN) decided to develop the NiSERM to guide the whole-of-country approach towards achieving a vision shared by the government, public stakeholders, private operators, communities and development partners, the vision of: A sustainable and secure energy sector.
This report is a publication of the Pacific Power Association (PPA). The report is based upon the 2012 fiscal reporting year relevant to each utility. Presents the results of the 3rd successive annual assessment of Pacific electricity utility performance since the initiative resumed in 2011. Report prepared by PPA with technical support from the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility (PRIF).
Electricity tariff table of Pacific Utilities, obtained through the Pacific Power Association (PPA) benchmarking exercise. Data table is extracted from the 2012 PPA Report, published in 2015. PPA Reports were downloaded from the PPA Website and is available within this portal. This dataset captures both electricity tariffs in the local currency & USD. Tariff review was carried out by PPA and some utilities were not represented in this table due to difficulty in understanding or missing information.
Niue will achieve a 38% share of renewable energy of total electricity generation by 2020. In 2014, the renewable energy share was 2%. This will in part be delivered by a 10% reduction in residential, commercial and government electricity demand by 2020. This contribution will be maintained through to 2025. Conditional upon additional international assistance, Niue could increase its contribution to an 80% share of renewable energy of total electricity generation, or to even higher levels by 2025.
Record captures the regional affordability of electricity as of 2009. This is the raw data used for the compilation of the Framework for Action on Energy Security in the Pacific (FAESP) Indicators by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC). 2009 is used as the baseline for data compilation. Indicators captured here for the 14 PICs are:
Record captures % of regional access to energy as of 2009. This is the raw data used for the compilation of the Framework for Action on Energy Security in the Pacific (FAESP) Indicators by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC). 2009 is used as the baseline for data compilation. Dataset was last updated in 2009. Indicators captured here for the 14 PICs are:
1. Regional electrification rate
2. Access to small scale power rural
3. Access to modern energy rural
4. Access to modern energy urban