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Mangalilu Hydro Battery Pilot Project : A pilot micro hydropower battery charging project as a basis for rural electrification, to provide lighting to village households.

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Wave data collection in Kadavu, Fiji from June 1991 to December 1993.

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Wave data collection in Kadavu, Fiji from June 1991 - December 1992.

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Wave data collection in Kadavu, Fiji from June 1991 to December 1991.

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Wave data collection in Funafuti, Tuvalu from May 1990 to December 1991.

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Wave data collection in Funafuti, Tuvalu from May 1990 - April 1992.

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The aim of this study is to conduct an economic and financial evaluation of a number of
technologically-proven renewable energy projects, which have been implemented in Pacific Island
Countries, in order to assess the potential for renewable energy to play a larger role in rural
electrification strategies in the region. These include projects that utilise technologies such as
solar photovoltaic (PV) home systems, wind-hybrid systems, coconut biofuel-powered generators

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Joint Ocean/Wave Energy Project : To develop a new project to monitor the progress with the development of ocean-based energy technologies, to extend the earlier resource assessment work carried out by SOPAC and to look at the possibility of building a ocean-based energy demonstration project in the region.

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Wave Energy : Assessment of Wave Energy Potential

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Joint Ocean/Wave Energy Project : To develop a new project to monitor the progress with the development of ocean-based energy technologies, to extend the earlier resource assessment work carried out by SOPAC and to look at the possibility of building a ocean-based energy demonstration project in the region.

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Wave climate of the Cook Islands/

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Joint Ocean/Wave Energy Project : To develop a new project to monitor the progress with the development of ocean-based energy
technologies, to extend the earlier resource assessment work carried out by SOPAC and to look at the
possibility of building a ocean-based energy demonstration project in the region.

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Evaluation of the Institutional Woodstoves in Kiribati, Phase II, Stage One : SOPAC had been providing financial assistance towards the design and the construction of woodstoves in Kiribati. This assistance was delivered through the FSP and it had a major training component aimed at enabling local people to build and maintain the woodstoves. Objectives of this activity was to carry out an evaluation of the Institutional Woodstoves project and to provide recommendations as to the

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Wave data collection in Tongatapu, Tonga from May 1987 to December 1991.

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Pacific Energy News Number 1 May 2008

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Executive SummaryLocated 640 km North North West of Fiji’s capital Suva, Rotuma is Fiji’s remotest island. Disruptions in fuel supply and high supply cost for fuel have triggered interest to develop local coconut resources and other renewable energies. In 2005 an electrification project using coconut oil as a fuel was proposed under the regional Renewable Energy and EnergyEfficiency Project (REEP) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

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Wave data collection in Tongatapu, Tonga from May 1987 - July 1992.

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Solar Cooking Demonstration Workshop in Kiribati : The use of solar energy in everyday cooking at a domestic level and in replacing the conventional ways of cooking using firewood in an open fire or on kerosene stoves was demonstrated via this project. SOPAC and the Ferris University (of Japan) implemented the activities in collaboration with the Energy Planning Unit in Kiribati.

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Pacific Energy News Number 4 December 2002