Energy Efficiency

Samoa National Building code 2017 - draft

The National Building Code of Samoa (NBC) is a performance based set of standards that provides objectives and descriptions of how a building and site should be constructed to achieve a structurally-sound and sustainable built environment.

As a performance based document, the NBC describes the outcome of a DEVELOPMENT project rather than prescribing a stepby-step method of how to construct.

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Niue 2018 Household Electrical Appliances, Lights, and End-use Survey - Process and Findings

A household electrical appliances, lights, and end-use survey was undertaken in Niue during the period 2-23 March 2018. A total of 210 households were surveyed, which is around 44% of all households. The report covers the survey process as well as findings. 

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Regional Certificate 4 in Sustainable Energy (SE)

The Certificate 4 in Sustainable Energy is aimed at those who may already be working in a field related to Energy/Sustainable Energy or those with relevant work experience who wish
to pursue a career in Sustainable Energy. Learners at this level must elect to study in one of the following fields: Energy Management, Biomass, Hybrid Wind, Micro Hydro Power, Solar.

Regional Certificate 3 in Sustainable Energy (SE)

The Certificate 3 in Sustainable Energy is aimed at those who may already be working in a field related to Energy/Sustainable Energy or those with relevant work experience who wish
to pursue a career in Sustainable Energy. Learners at this level must elect to study in one of the following fields: Energy Efficiency, Solar, Biomass, Hybrid Wind, Micro Hydro Power.

Regional Certificate 2 in Sustainable Energy (SE)

The Certificate 2 in Sustainable Energy is a generic qualification aimed at those who are working or seek entry to work in the Energy/Sustainable Energy sector working with Renewable Energy (RE) sources and Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs).

This qualification was developed by the Pacific Regional Sustainable Energy Industry Standards Advisory Committee (ISAC) for the Sustainable Energy Industry Association of the Pacific Islands (SEIAPI) to EQAP.

Regional Certificate 1 in Sustainable Energy (SE)

The Certificate 1 in Sustainable Energy is a generic qualification aimed at those who seek entry to work in the Energy/Sustainable Energy sector working with Renewable Energy (RE) sources and Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs).

This qualification was developed by the Pacific Regional Sustainable Energy Industry Standards Advisory Committee (ISAC) for the Sustainable Energy Industry Association of the Pacific Islands (SEIAPI) to EQAP.

Regional Certificates in Sustainable Energy (SE)

The Certificate 1 in Sustainable Energy is a generic qualification aimed at those who seek entry to work in the Energy/Sustainable Energy sector working with Renewable Energy (RE) sources and Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs).

The Certificate 2 in Sustainable Energy is a generic qualification aimed at those who are working or seek entry to work in the Energy/Sustainable Energy sector working with Renewable Energy (RE) sources and Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs).

New Zealand Energy Supply and Demand 1990 - 2017

Herewith the New Zealnd Energy Supply and Demand for the period 1990 - 2017. It highlights the supply of fuels (total Primary Energy) and demand for fuels to the different sectors namely Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, Industrial and Commercial Transport Residential.

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Petroleum
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1990 - 2017

University of the South Pacific (USP) - ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN 2015

The initiative of sustainability is driven from the top management of the university. The Energy Management Plan supplements the Strategic Theme of ‘Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change’ from the USP Strategic Plan 2013-2018. To implement the theme the Energy Efficiency Working Group (EEWG) has been formed.

University of the South Pacific (USP) - ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN 2016

The initiative of sustainability is driven from the top management of the university. The Energy Management Plan supplements the Strategic Theme of ‘Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change’ from the USP Strategic Plan 2013-2018. To implement the theme the Energy Efficiency Working Group (EEWG) has been formed.

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