Tuvalu

Country Report for Tuvalu - Technical Analysis of Appliance Markets to Support the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards (PALS) Programme

This report was prepared by International Institute for Energy Conservation for the Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP). The objective of this study is to analyze the characteristics of major appliance and lighting products and markets in Tuvalu, in order to inform and support decision-making on the most suitable Standards & Labelling (S&L) strategy for Tuvalu. This report provides analysis on the country of origin of electrical appliances based on import value and import unit data.

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Review of Tuvalu Electricity Corporation Base Tariff Final Report

This report was prepared by Ridway Capital Projects for the Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC). The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations on a tariff structure that will identify the long-term revenue requirements of the Tuvalu Electricity Corporation (TEC) and to recommend a base tariff that allows the utility to operate in a commercially sustainable manner.
 

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Energy and Poverty in the Pacific Island Countries: Challenges and the Way Forward

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.

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Rapid Appraisal Of Bio-Energy-Food Security Nexus in Pacific Island Countries

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.

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Pacific Islands Energy Policy and Plan (2002)

This document represents a regional consensus, affirmed at the 2002 Regional Energy Meeting in Cook Islands via the Rarotonga Declaration.

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Terms of Reference - Energy Statistics Collection and Analysis in the Pacific

This report was prepared by Peter Johnston. The document reports on the purpose of this assignment being to collect and compile the official country energy data for a forthcoming Energy Outlook and Databook for 14 Pacific developing member countries (PDMCs) of ADB1 in two phases: 1) phase 1 (one person-week) to collect the PDMC energy statistics available in Suva, Fiji Islands; and 2) phase 2 (three person-weeks) to fill the data gaps to the extent practical without visiting all countries and to analyze/interpret the data.

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Green Economy in a Blue World - Pacific Perspectives 2012

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. 

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Pacific Regional Energy Assessment (PREA) 1992 - Volume 1 Overview

This report was prepared by the World Bank and in cooperation with The UNDP and ESCAP. The Pacific Regional Energy Assessment (PREA) reviews issues and options associated with energy development in the Pacific island countries. The Overview Report presents the findings and recommendations of regionwide interest emerging from an assessment of the energy sector in 12 PICs.

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