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.
Household survey was funded by the UNDP Pacific Fiji Office in supporting the Kiribati Energy planning unit (EPU) undertake a survey of household end-use electrical appliances. Data compiled in this dataset is for South Tarawa.
Data entry was undertaken by the Energy Planning Unit (EPU), Ministry of Public Works & Utilities (MPWU). Contact: Ms Ueaniti K.Betero, Assistant Energy Economist. E-mail: [email protected]
Household study was funded by the UNDP Pacific Fiji Office in supporting the Kiribati Energy planning unit (EPU) undertake a survey of household end use electrical appliances. Data compiled in this dataset is for Kiritimati.
Data entry was undertaken by the Energy Planning Unit (EPU), Ministry of Public Works & Utilities (MPWU). Contact: Ms. Ueaniti K.Betero, Assistant Energy Economist. E-mail: [email protected]
Data table on Pacific Utilities key characteristics, obtained via PPA benchmarking exercise. Data is extracted from PPA 2012 report, published in 2015. Key characteristics captured here are:
- peak demand,
- percentage of IPP,
- household with connections,
- outer islands serviced,
- renewable energy percentage to grid and
- ownership status (private or public owned).
Record holds regional gross generation by source for the main grid only for the 14 power utilities in the Pacific. Generation provided by source for ADO, heavy fuel oil, hydropower, wind energy, solar PV, biomass & biofuel. Data gives % of renewable energy share in the main grid.
Source - PPA Benchmarking 2011 Report.
Report can be accessed by typing PPA in the repository search box of the portal http://prdrse4all.spc.int/production/search/node/type/publication
Palau transport data. Data collected by Mr Herbet Wade, consultant for the SPREP PIGGAREP Transport Energy for Islands Study Project. Data collected in 2012, purpose of the project is to collect transport data of all sectors & determine how renewable sources & ultimately technology can be used to offset fuel imports.
The household survey was funded by the Government of Australia via the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) through the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards (PALS) project with technical support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Data entry was undertaken by the Department of Energy, Govt. of Tuvalu. Contact: Kapuafe Lifuka, Acting Director, Department of Energy, Ministry of Public Utilities, Government of Tuvalu & PALS National Coordinator: [email protected]
This dataset holds a country report for FSM on the assessment of the Key Energy Issues, Barriers to the Development of Renewable Energy to Mitigate Climate Change, and Capacity Development Needs for Removing the Barriers under the Pacific Regional Energy Assessment in 2004