The 7th meeting of the PEAG was held jointly with The Heads of Maritime and Energy meeting was held in Port Vila, Vanuatu from 7th to 9th December 2016. The meeting was organized and co-hosted by the Government of the Republic of Vanuatu, the Pacific Community (SPC), the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the World Bank.
The Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards Programme (PALS), with funding and oversight from the Commonwealth of Australia, and regional management from the Pacific Community (SPC), has supported ten PICs since 2012 as they sought to enact legislation and implement Minimum Energy Performance Standards and Labelling (MEPSL) for their highest energy-consuming appliances.
This report is a publication of the Pacific Power Association (PPA). The report is based upon the 2017 fiscal reporting year relevant to each utility. Presents the results of the sixth successive annual assessment of Pacific electricity utility performance since 2011. Report prepared by PPA with technical support from the World Bank.
The 2017 exercise involves data from 22 power utilities compared to 17 for the 2016 Fiscal Year.
In 2018 a household electrical appliances and lights survey were undertaken in the urban areas of Palau, i.e. Koror and Airai. The survey covered 40 urban households that have received an energy efficiency loan from the National Development Bank of Palau (NDBP) and a control group of 442 urban households that have not received an energy efficiency loan from the NDBP. The control group constitutes around 11.4% of all urban households in the country (as per 2015 census results there is a total of 3884 urban households in Palau).
Enhancing Investments in small-scale renewable energy technologies in FSM focus on the sustainable energy. This Project Development design covers a detail summary of the project its objectives, activities, key deliverables and proposed outcomes etc.
The project will enhance investments in small-scale Renewable Energy (RE) in FSM through providing legislaton to guide the connecton of RE systems to the main power grid. The project will also provide small-scale users with access to loans through the FSM Development Bank. The project aligns with the focus on contributng to the natonal energy policy target for renewable energy and the reducton of fossil fuel use for power generaton.