GREEN SOLAR POWER FOR 400 HOMES IN FIJI AIDED BY THE EU AND THE SPC

GREEN SOLAR POWER FOR 400 HOMES IN FIJI AIDED BY THE EU AND THE SPC

Posted by : Posted on : 27-Mar-2017
Honiara :† 27 March 2017
Letter to the Editors,† Solomon Star and Island Sun Newspapers.
According to recent news bulletin from Radio New Zealand International (RNZI) Fiji has stolen something of a march on the Solomon Islands in terms of green solar power electrification.
The RNZI bulletin of 24 March 2017, reported that four hundred remote rural households in Fijiís sugarcane belt areas will have electricity by the middle of this year, thanks to a European Union funded, Micro Projects Programme (MPP) for clean, green solar power, implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC).
Fifty of the 400 households will also be supplied with water pumps and five households with freezers, powered by the new solar equipment.
The solar photovoltaic (PV) systems consist of solar modules (panels), sealed lead-acid batteries, inverter(s), portable lamps and other accessories that capture sunlight and convert it to power.

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