James Marape

More green energy in PNG : Marape

Days after his election as Papua New Guinea Prime Minister, James Marape took his first official overseas trip to discuss green energy

Debris, including large boulders uprooted from the seabed, line the Pangai Lahi grounds, with the Royal Palace visible in the background.

In our February issue

In this issue of Islands Business, lessons from Tonga where people continue to rebuild their lives after the Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai

Pacific renewable energy targets

Switching on renewables

The ambitious renewable energy targets set by many Pacific Island nations may be running behind schedule, but there is  still a lot of activity and investment in the sector, pandemic notwithstanding.

Signpost on Black Post road, Tina Hydro

Tina Hydro on track

Work on the Tina River Hydropower Project in Solomon Islands is said to be progressing well despite the country’s war against community transmission of COVID-19.

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