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Sustainable Energy Sustainable Development - PEG Flyer & Poster

The following materials are part of the Pacific Energy and Gender Network (PEG) initiative to increase awareness of energy and gender issues in the Pacific region. This consits of a flyer and poster.

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Pacific GeoEnergiser Issue 26

Quarterly newsletter - In this issue, we have articles covering the south-south capacity building exchange for Vanuatu to develop a fuel pricing template; aggregate resources and how to manage them; the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources supports a local community in Papua New Guinea; The Project for Introduction of Hybrid Power Generation System in Pacific Islands Countries – a regional technical cooperation project by the Japan International Cooperation Agency; and improving energy access in Kiribati’s largest island – Kiritimati.

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PCREEE Sustainable Energy Research Support Fund

The SPC Pacific Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) is supporting sustainable energy research. Each application must include the university-approved research proposal and must be submitted electronically to: Dr. Atul Raturi (atul.raturi@usp.ac.fj) and a copy to Solomone Fifita (Solomone F@spc.int).

Sustainable Energy Entrepreneurship Facility (PSEEF)

The SPC Pacific Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) wishes to invite Small and Medium Business and NGOs in the PICTs who are currently or are planning to invest on Renewable Energy and Energy to apply for support from the PCREEE Sustainable Energy Entrepreneurship Facility (PSEEF).

PCREEE Competition on Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Innovation

The Pacific Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) has organised a competition on renewable energy & energy efficiency innovation.

How to read the energy label - Air Conditioners Brochure 2018

The following brochure was developed as part of the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards Programme in March 2018.

Energy labelling and MEPS for appliances are used in over 80 countries around the world to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emission. Pacific Island countries and territories risked being left behind to become a dumping ground for inefficient appliances, so in 2012 the SPC started a project to help Pacific Island countries set up their own energy labeling and MEPS programmes.

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How to read the energy label - Refrigerators and Freezers Brochure 2018

The following brochure was developed as part of the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards Programme in March 2018.

Energy labelling and MEPS for appliances are used in over 80 countries around the world to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emission. Pacific Island countries and territories risked being left behind to become a dumping ground for inefficient appliances, so in 2012 the SPC started a project to help Pacific Island countries set up their own energy labeling and MEPS programmes.

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Appliance Energy Labels and Standards Brochure 2018

The following brochure was developed as part of the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards Programme in March 2018.

Energy labelling and MEPS for appliances are used in over 80 countries around the world to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emission. Pacific Island countries and territories risked being left behind to become a dumping ground for inefficient appliances, so in 2012 the SPC started a project to help Pacific Island countries set up their own energy labeling and MEPS programmes.

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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Brochure: A Renewable Energy Pathway To 100% Rural Electrification By 2030 in Vanuatu

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an international organization dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies.

GGGI was established in 2012, at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, and currently consists of 27 Member countries around the world.

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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Brochure - A Green Growth Pathway to a Thriving Rural Tourism Industry in Vanuatu

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an international organization dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies.

GGGI was established in 2012, at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, and currently consists of 27 Member countries around the world.

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