Solar Head of State initiative for Tonga

Sunday, 12 Nov 2017

In a symbolic move to showcase the island nation’s ambitious goals, Tonga announced the installation of solar panels for the Royal Palace as part of the Solar Head of State program.

The installation will be the first of its kind in the Pacific as a national leader takes the personal step to use solar power for their official residence.

The leader of the Tongan delegation, Paula Ma’u (CEO of MEIDECC), signed an agreement at the event to work with Solar Head of State and the PIDF to carry out the installation.

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Credit: Fiji Times 09/11/2017

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