This report was prepared by the Pacific Power Association for the U.S Department of Interior. The purpose of this document is to report on the energy consumption for seven (7) U.S.-affiliated Insular Areas.
This report was prepared by the UNDP. The report highlights that access to affordable and sustainable sources of energy has strong linkages with the reduction of poverty/hardship, i.e. if poverty/hardship reduction is an objective, then the provision of energy is an essential prerequisite. In the PICs, where poverty/hardship is often viewed as the lack of access to basic services, opportunities and adequate resources, the case for energy provisioning and access is particularly strong. Provision of essential social services such as health and primary education require energy services.
This report was prepared by Ivan Krishna, EDD, SPC. The project “Productive Utilization of Renewable Energy in the Tourism Sector of the Forum’s Small Island States in the North” or PURE SIS North Tour for short is co-funded by the Pacific Islands Greenhouse Gas Abatement through Renewable Energy Project (PIGGAREP) from SPREP and the Pacific Islands Development Cooperation Fund (PIDCF) from PIF to promote the productive utilization of feasible renewable energy technologies in the tourism sector of the northern SIS so as to promote fossil fuel free eco-tourism and sustainable livelihoods for
This report was prepared by Marshall Energy company, Inc, (MEC). The information represents the Data collected for the production and distribution of Electricity generated by the Marshalls Energy Company, Inc, (MEC) during the Fiscal year 2014, being 1st October 2013 through 30th September 2014. The data collected comes from paper written hourly log sheets completed by the power plant operators, engineers and administration team. This has been necessary in instances where flow meters or readout meters have failed and required replacement during the data period.
This report was prepared by K.R Chapman for FAO Sub-Regional Officefor the Pacific. This report presents findings from the conduct a rapid appraisal on the bioenergy-food security nexus at regional level, including selected Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia Pacific island countries. The aim the appraisal was to provide policy-makers a decision-making basis for the prioritization of in-depth country assessments and further analysis to be conducted in the second half of 2009 under the FAO Bioenergy and Food Security (BEFS) analytical framework.
This document was prepared by the United Nations - Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). This was prepared for the Regional Energy Meeting, 29 November - 3 December, PNG, 2004.