South Pacific Island Moves Closer to 100% Renewable Energy

[Pacific Magazine] Niue is to become one of the first countries in the world to rely solely on renewable energy sources. Speaking to PACNEWS, Niue’s Director of Environment and Biodiversity, Sauni Togatule confirmed that Niue signed an agreement with Greenpeace Australia Pacific last month to explore renewable energy sources best suited for the island nation, which has just over 1,000 population. …PACNEWS understands that a two-year study feasibility study was conducted to look at the viability of the project. For the full story, use the following link.
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