Stakeholders’ buy-in critical to the region’s sustainable energy development

Monday, 18 Dec 2017

The Pacific Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) is committed to support island member countries of the Pacific Community (SPC) to improve access to modern, affordable and reliable energy services and energy security by promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency investments, markets and industries and to act as facilitator for innovative partnerships with the private sector.

Representatives from ten Pacific Island countries, development partners, universities and private sector met in Lami during Second PCREEE Steering Committee Meeting, providing inputs to the PCREEE Business Plan 2018–2021 and committed to support PCREEE in implementing the plan in the PICTs.

PCREEE is co-hosted by SPC and the Tonga Government at Nuku’alofa, and is a collaboration between SPC, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, SIDS Dock, the Government of Tonga and the Government of Austria as well as members of the Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific (Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, Pacific Power Association, Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme and the University of the South Pacific).

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Credit: Ministry of MEIDECC

http://mic.gov.to/news-today/press-releases/7062-stakeholders-buy-in-critical-to-the-regions-sustainable-energy-development-

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