Nuku’alofa, Tonga

The recent Ministerial Dialogue on Pathways for the Global Just Transition Away from Fossil Fuels recognized the PCREEE’s role in the region’s effort to accelerate the transition and called for the strengthening of the PCREEE and to urgently decarbonise land transport, including the scaling up of its Pacific electric mobility policy and programme. This is part of the new Pacific-tailored development pathways towards 100% renewable energy and a Fossil Fuel Free Pacific (F3P) agreed to at the Dialogue.

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Recently, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the International Solar Alliance (ISA), with funding of the Government of France, have launched the project “Structuring of an International Network of Solar Technology and Application Resource Centres (STAR C)”. 

The overall objective it to create a strong network of institutional capacities within ISA Member States to enhance quality infrastructure for the uptake of solar energy product and service markets, particularly in least developed countries (LDCs) and small island developing states (SIDS). 

King Tupou VI commissioned Tonga’s new 6MW solar power plant at Fualu on 7 December


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