In its endeavour to unlock opportunities for its people through a target of 70% renewable energy by 2030, the Tonga government fully appreciates that it needs to build a strong base of qualified and experienced local capacity to design, install and maintain its renewable energy installations.

Twenty senior government officials gathered at the Heritage Park Hotel at Honiara last Friday 10 July and gave their support to a regional programme on electric mobility. 

A reliable and resilient electricity supply is important, even more so now to health workers during the stresses of CoViD-19. In a hospital a power cut could be life-threatening for some patients.

“If the power goes off, I may as well go home because I cannot do my job, said Dr ‘Ana ‘Akau‘ola, the Acting Superintendent and only Radiologist at Vaiola Hospital in Nuku'alofa, on July 13.

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