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Tuvalu Master Plan for Renewable Electricity and Energy Efficiency in Tuvalu, 2012 - 2020

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Submitted by Amali Shaw on January 11, 2016 - 4:58pm
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This Renewable Energy Master Plan is the outcome of the Government of Tuvalu vision made in 2008 for Tuvalu to become 100% renewable energy for all its power generation by the end of 2020. The local name “Enetise Tutumau” is firmly embedded in the Tuvalu’s Energy Strategy with the goal to convert Tuvalu’s electricity generation from 100% diesel to 100% renewable energy. This document is directly linked to “Te Kakeega II 2015”, “Te Kaniva (Climate Change Policy) 2012” and the “Tuvalu National Energy Policy”. This will guide the Government of Tuvalu in the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency to achieve Tuvalu’s vision. The development of renewable energy technologies is capital intensive and we do not have the resource and capacity to fulfill this vision. It is a huge challenge to the Government and with the financial support and assistance of the International Community and our Donor Partners, the vision of 100% renewable energy by 2020 can be truly achieved.

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Government of Tuvalu
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Number of Pages: 
74
Year Published: 
2012
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