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  • Final Report of the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2) Project Released

May 2015

This publication is the results from implementation of the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2) Project, sharing best practices and lessons learned from the project.

The objective of the PEEP2 project was to implement energy efficiency measures in the five Pacific Developing Member Countries (PDMCs) — the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu, in order to contribute to achieving the overall goal reducing energy consumption in the residential, commercial and public sectors, and to establish the policy and implementation frameworks to move towards the goals of reducing fossil fuel imports, achieving total energy savings, and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

The key achievements of PEEP2 include the following:

    • Development of an energy use database to provide access to information on electricity consumption and energy efficiency indicators at national and end-use sector levels. The database system was designed focusing primarily on the major end-use sectors (commercial and public sector buildings; residential sector, and street lighting); and is capable of accommodating expansion to include additional end-use sectors and countries in the future. The database was designed as a web-based system and is capable of operating in an “off-line” mode with all the core system components based on open source technologies.

    • The information on end-use consumption and energy efficiency indicators was used to support design, implementation and monitoring of various project activities under PEEP2.

    • Development of national EE targets for the five PDMCs based on a set of energy and economic parameters that influence projections of energy consumption and end-use energy savings. Projections were made for three policy scenarios – conservative, moderate and aggressive - for the years 2020, 2025 and 2030.

    • To improve EE best practices, several complementary activities were undertaken including: Energy Efficiency Technology Assessment, International Best Practices for Energy Efficiency Building Codes, Green Hotels Rating Scheme for the Pacific, Green Commercial Buildings Rating Scheme for the Pacific; and Energy Efficiency Assessment Guidelines, Framework and Scorecard.

    • Comprehensive energy audit training was conducted in all five PDMCs. The training program included four modules - Basic and Intermediate energy auditing (Modules 1 and 2) and Intermediate and Advanced energy auditing (Modules 3 and 4), practical on-site training and preparation of Investment Grade Audit Reports.

    • A total of 35 EE projects were designed and 34 projects implemented following ADB procurement guidelines. The total investment (ADB component) was US$ 1,912,481 resulting in energy annual savings of 3,411 MWh, annual cost savings of $1,458,922 and CO2 savings of 3,204 tons/year. The average cost of saved energy across these projects, for example in Samoa was 6 US cents/kWh. This compare very favorably with the electricity tariffs in the PDMCs that range between 29 and 61 US cents/kWh, thereby demonstrating the economic attractiveness of EE measures.

    • A series of “Energy Saving Tips” for printing on the back of electricity bills were prepared and provided to the utilities. Also, “Home Energy Guides” providing information on electricity costs for common electrical appliances (both efficient and inefficient) customized to each PDMC and energy saving tips for each electrical appliance were printed and distributed.

PEEP2 has established several EE Guidelines (Hotels, Street Lighting, and Commercial & Public Buildings) templates and implementation models that would be suitable for scaling up EE implementation throughout the Pacific region.

Download the Final Report: icon Please click here [pdf 12.97 MB]

 

 

  • Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Outcomes of the Regional Workshop in Samoa (3-5 March 2015)

March 2015

Workshop Overview:

The IIEC and the Asia Development Bank (ADB) conducted a Regional Energy Efficiency Workshop to disseminate lessons learnt during the implementation of the second phase of the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific (PEEP2) project. The workshop was attended by over 90 delegates, comprising stakeholders from all the Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and representatives from international donor agencies. The outcome was the formulation of policy recommendations for future acceleration of energy efficiency practices in the Pacific Region.

The Samoan Prime Minister–The Honorable Tuilaepa Fatialofa Lupesoliai Malielegaoi – made the inaugural address, and Michael Trainor, Energy Specialist, gave opening remarks on behalf of ADB.

The first day examined the relevance of energy efficiency projects in the Pacific (a region that currently has the highest dependence on imported fossil fuels), and reviewed some of the 35 demand-side efficiency projects implemented under PEEP-2. The second day focused on perspective from donor agencies that highlighting funding outlooks for the coming year, concluding with discussion on methods for scaling and replicating project successes throughout the Pacific.

Day 1: Efficiency – Global Context and Pacific Implementation:

The first panel covered the past, present, and future of energy efficiency at the global and national levels, identifying its growing role as a tool for economic development and fuel-security. Panelists highlighted the fact that energy savings achieved through demand-side management (DSM) have significant advantages in supply side planning, and reduce consumer costs while also having positive environmental impacts. Subsequent presentations indicated a number of policy and market tools available to public and private sector stakeholders, focusing on best practices currently implemented throughout Asia and the Pacific.

  

Session 2 was led by members of the IIEC PEEP-2 project team, who discussed the use of policy tools and capacity building methods applicable to the specific needs of the five participating developing member countries (DMCs) – The Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga, and Vanua. Speakers in this session carried discussion forward by identifying unique features of the Pacific region’s energy landscape, and describing ways in which international best practices had been tailored to address local needs. IIEC’s managing staff signaled the importance of adapting successful approaches to address region-specific constraints, and discussed some of the methods used to do so.

Presentations in Session 3 highlighted several case studies covering efficient lighting, air conditioning and energy efficient appliances; and implementation models used throughout the project. Panelists supplemented this discussion with recommendations on how to extend results at both the national and regional levels. Day 1 concluded with country reports delivered by corresponding national implementing agencies.

Day 2: The Way Forward – Donors Discuss Replication with Boots On the Ground

After establishing the relevance of demand-side efficiency methods in the Pacific and considering PEEP-2’s ability to meet the specific needs of the DMCs, panels and breakaway sessions on Day 2 discussed how to scale models, replicate outcomes, and anticipate constraints.

The morning session consisted of presentations by donor agencies interested in supporting continued clean energy development in Asia and the Pacific. Representatives noted ongoing projects, development strategies, and forthcoming funding priorities. Two themes permeated these presentations: 1) interest in building the policy and planning capacity of local stakeholders, and 2) leveraging national development plans to incorporate energy efficiency into national and regional growth.

Donor presentations were followed by group discussions – comprising local stakeholders, policy makers, engineers, and representatives from bilateral and multilateral funding organizations. Subsequent group presentations highlighted the current barriers in implementing EE projects and recommended a series of policy options to address these barriers and facilitate large scale implementation of EE projects in the region. The key barriers identified included:

  1. Lack of legislative foundation for efficiency programs
  2. Limited knowledge of benefits and lacking capacity among key stakeholders
  3. Difficulty encouraging market penetration of efficient products and appliances
  4. Difficulty procuring ongoing project funding
  5. Lack of public knowledge and awareness of energy efficiency
  6. Challenges of establishing long-term project sustainability

Key Outcomes of the PEEP-2 Workshop:

The primary goals of the Regional Energy Efficiency Workshop were to 1) disseminate lessons learned over the course of PEEP-2; and 2) facilitate the scaling and replication of successfully implemented initiatives. Day 1 addressed the first goal by first surveying the value of energy efficiency in the Pacific context, and subsequently providing concrete examples of how demand-side management can, and has been used to enhance energy efficiency in Pacific Island communities. Day 2 addressed the latter goal by providing a context in which donor agencies and recipient countries could share in open dialogue, and work in unison on the upcoming steps toward a cleaner, more reliable Pacific Island energy landscape.

Participants also received the 3-Volume Energy Efficiency Guidelines, published by IIEC and with funding through the PEEP-2 program. These manuals provide instruction on how to improve demand-side efficiency in Hotels, Street Lighting, and Public Buildings. They are designed specifically for Pacific Island communities, and are expected to provide continued support for commercial and public leaders in their efforts to implement demand-side energy efficiency programs.

Download: icon Workshop Program [pdf 1.5 MB]; icon Workshop Agenda [pdf 1.55 MB]; icon List of Presentations; EE Guidelines in the Pacific icon Hotel [pdf 5.88 MB]; icon Street Lighting [pdf 2.16 MB]; icon Commercial & Public Buildings [pdf 5.42 MB])

 

 

  • Regional Energy Efficiency Workshop: Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific, 3-5 March 2015, Tanoa Tusitala Hotel, Apia, Samoa

December 2014

The three-day workshop is jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC), which will provide a wealth of knowledge and experience obtained from designing, planning and implementing a significant number of cost-effective energy efficiency (EE) projects. The participants will also gain experience on EE lighting and range of air conditioning technologies from the site visits. The event aims at ensuring scaling-up and replicability of good practices on promoting EE in Pacific Island Countries and Territories in the long term.

Main Objectives:

  • Provide a regional forum to share experiences and lessons learnt from leading practitioners and best-practice EE policies and projects in the residential, commercial and public sectors;
  • Present selected outputs and achievements of the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu from the ADB Technical Assistance Project, "Promoting EE in the Pacific - Phase 2" (PEEP2); and
  • Formulate policy recommendations and strategies for future acceleration of energy efficiency practice in the Pacific region.

For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Download: icon Workshop Flyer (1.72 MB); icon Workshop Agenda (1.01 MB) (Tentative).  **BY INVITATION ONLY**

 

 

  • Second Round of Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshop in Samoa

October 2014

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2), the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) organized the second round of Detailed Energy Audit training workshop for government stakeholders, utility staff, building managers and electricians in Samoa from 17-24 September 2014.

The overall objective of a series of detailed energy audit training program is to provide attendees with the necessary energy auditing skill sets enabling them to provide continuous support to the government departments, building owners, industries and households as well as the ability to conduct good quality energy audits. The overall training program comprises of 2 rounds of workshops: the first round focuses on Walk-Through Energy Audit and Technical and Financial Evaluation. The second one focuses on Contracting, Project Management, and Measurement & Verification of Energy Efficiency Projects including Detailed Energy Audit – Investment Grade Audit.

The series of Detailed Energy Audit training workshops were successfully held previously in the Cook Islands, Tonga, Papua New Guinea, and Vanuatu from April – July 2014. For more information, please contact Sommai Phon-Amnuaisuk at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Second Round of Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshop, conducted in Samoa, in September 2014

 

 

  • PEEP2 Completes Residential Energy Surveys

September 2014

The Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific (Phase 2) team and local partners, led by the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC), successfully concluded comprehensive residential energy surveys in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. The objective was to fill in information gaps on energy use in residential sector in each country and use the data compiled for updating the energy use database (http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/database). The survey findings are vital for designing and planning effective energy efficiency plans, policies and programs and the development of energy efficiency projects for the residential sector in each country.

The information gathered included:

  • Household size;
  • Lighting types, number, power rating and daily hours of operation;
  • Appliance types, number, power rating and time of use;
  • Monthly consumption;
  • Household area of floor space.

Based on the population size, quotations from suitable local companies and budget available, a total of 162 households were surveyed in the Cook Islands, 700 households in Papua New Guinea, 1,000 households in Samoa, 500 households in Tonga and 1,400 households in Vanuatu. These results were used to design and implement residential energy efficiency projects in each country (see http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects for the list of projects). The residential energy efficiency projects are to be completed by the end of 2014/beginning of 2015.

The survey results will be included in the energy use database by November 2014. In the meantime, the survey reports are available upon request - please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

  • PEEP2 Countries Start Using Lamp Waste Management Equipment

July 2014

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific (Phase 2) Project, funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), there are a total of 35 energy efficiency projects proposed of which 27 projects cover the replacement of existing lighting equipment with energy efficient lighting in residential, commercial and public sectors (including street lighting). The estimated annual energy savings of the 27 lighting projects alone is approximately 2.9 GWh per year, equivalent to annual energy cost savings of 1.4 million USD per year and savings of 2.4 thousand tons of CO2 equivalent per year.

For each of these lighting projects, it is essential to dispose correctly of the old fluorescent lamps and other mercury containing lamps using specialized lamp waste management equipment such as a “Bulb Eater”. The Bulb Eater is a lamp crushing machine that processes old fluorescent lamps and/or other mercury containing lamp types into small fragments.

The Bulb Eater can process all types of fluorescent lamps - Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), Fluorescent Tube Lamps (FTLs) of different lengths, U-shaped lamps. It comes with a 55 gallon drum with a capacity of around 1,350 FTLs (4 foot) or 3,000 CFLs and is complete with a filtration system that complies with US Environment Protection Agency (EPA) regulations. The model procured for the PEEP2 project, shown in the figure below, can also process High Intensity Discharge Lamps (HIDs) up to 6 inches. This is will be particularly relevant for disposal of Mercury Vapour and High Pressure Sodium lamps used in street lighting. The equipment will be used under the project and for wider use based on the national lamp disposal strategy under development by the government agencies. For more details on the Bulb Eater technology – see November 2013 news article.

The Bulb Eaters were successfully delivered to the PEEP2 Implementing Agencies in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu in November 2013 and currently in operation in the Cook Islands and Tonga. The photographs and video below show the bulb eater in operation in Tonga.

Photographs and Video of Bulb Eater being used in Tonga with a range of different mercury containing lamps

 

 

  • Second Round of Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshops in the Cook Islands, Tonga and Papua New Guinea

June 2014

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2), the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is tasked with the development and conduct of energy audit training programs for local experts in each of the Pacific Developing Member Countries (PDMCs) covered under PEEP2 - Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu.

Following the detailed energy audit training workshops successfully conducted in 2013 covering Module 1 (Walk-Through Energy Audit) and Module 2 (Technical and Financial Evaluation), the IIEC commenced the second round of detailed energy audits training focusing on Module 3 (Contracting, Project Management, and Measurement & Verification of Energy Efficiency Projects) and Module 4 (Detailed Energy Audit – Investment Grade Audit). These workshops were held in the Cook Islands in April 2014, Tonga in May 2014 and Papua New Guinea in June 2014.

An average of 18 people attended the workshop in the Cook Islands, 15 in Tonga and 20 people in Papua New Guinea, as shown in the photographs below. The attendees were from a wide variety of backgrounds such as government stakeholders, utility staff, building managers and electricians.

The overall objective of the training program is to build capacity of local professionals with the necessary energy auditing skill sets enabling them to provide continuous support to the government departments, building owners, industries and households as well as the ability to conduct good quality energy audits.

For more information on the dates for the detailed energy audit training workshops (Modules 3 and 4), please visit the Events section.

Digital copies of the training power point presentations are available upon request, please send email to David Morgado - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Second Round of Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshops in the Papua New Guinea (top left),
Tonga (top right) and the Cook Islands (bottom)

 

 

  • PEEP2 Project set to Deliver Annual Energy Savings of 1.75 Million USD in the Pacific

May 2014

The Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Phase 2 (PEEP2) Project is a regional technical assistance project (TA-7798-REG) funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is the technical assistance consultant selected for project implementation.

The main objective of the PEEP2 is to identify, design and implement energy efficiency measures that deliver significant energy savings, lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce dependency on fossil fuels for electricity generation in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu.

As of December 2013, a total of 31 energy efficiency projects were designed and approved by the ADB for funding or co-financing by the ADB, Global Environment Facility, the Government of Australia and the Government of Japan. An additional three projects have also been approved for Papua New Guinea (see April 2014 article). The projects cover energy efficiency measures in the residential, commercial and public sectors (including street lighting).

Overall, the energy efficiency projects were developed under five main categories set under PEEP2:

  • Energy Efficient Street Lighting Program
  • Energy Efficient Lighting in Residential, Commercial and Government Sectors
  • Energy Efficiency Measures in Hotels and Commercial Buildings
  • Implementation of Energy Efficiency Measures in the Public Sector
  • Fridge Freezer Replacement Program (Cook Islands)

The total projected annual energy savings are 3.49 GWh per year, and annual energy cost savings of 1.75 million USD per year and total annual CO2 savings of 2,818 tons of CO2 equivalent per year. This does not include the estimated savings from the three additional projects in Papua New Guinea. Tables 1 and 2 provide a summary of the estimated annual savings per country and project category. The projects covering energy efficient lighting in the residential, commercial and government sectors represent about 70% of the total estimated annual energy savings. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.

The IIEC has commenced delivery and installation of energy efficient equipment in each of the five countries, which will continue during 2014. The estimated savings mentioned above will be monitored and verified for each project during 2014 and project case studies will be published during the second half of 2014.

Table 1 - Summary of Projected Annual Savings for PEEP2 Energy Efficiency Projects according to Country (December 2013)

Country Annual Energy Savings
(kWh/Year)
Annual Energy Cost Savings
(USD/Year)
Annual CO2Savings
(tons of CO2e/Year)
Cook Islands 836,271 485,477 629.5
Papua New Guinea 262,405 133,144 165.9
Samoa 740,569 333,257 601.4
Tonga 638,924 250,977 581.7
Vanuatu 1,007,048 550,548 838.8
TOTAL 3,485,217 1,753,403 2,818.3

Table 2 - Summary of Projected Annual Savings for PEEP2 Energy Efficiency Projects by Project Category (December 2013)

Project Category Annual Energy Savings
(kWh/Year)
Annual Energy Cost Savings
(USD/Year)
Annual CO2Savings
(tons of CO2e/Year)
Energy Efficient Street
Lighting Program
288,033 168,081 241.5
Energy Efficient Lighting in
Residential, Commercial and
Government Sectors
2,435,240 1,163,122 1,994.7
Energy Efficiency Measures in
Hotels and Commercial
Buildings
134,345 55,667 110.7
Implementation of Energy
Efficiency Measures in the
Public Sector
451,194 272,157 405.0
Fridge Freezer Replacement
Program (Cook Islands)
176,405 94,316 66.4


Arrival of Solar LED Street Lighting Equipment to the Cook Islands, procured under PEEP2, to be installed in
the Rarotonga International Airport Car Park, Punanga Nui Market and Rarotonga Port



Arrival of LED Street Lighting Equipment, procured under PEEP2, to Papua New Guinea and
Initial Testing for Monitoring and Evaluation (March 2014)



Arrival of LED Street Lighting Equipment and Mast-Arms, procured under PEEP2, to Samoa (March 2014)

 

 

  • ADB approves Energy Efficient Projects for Hospital, University and Street Lighting in Papua New Guinea

April 2014

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) formally approved the following three energy efficiency projects in Papua New Guinea:

  • Energy Efficient Street Lighting Project in Residential Streets of Alotau
  • Energy Efficient Lighting for Port Moresby General Hospital
  • Energy Efficient Lighting and Ventilation at Science Faculty Building (Science 1), University of Papua New Guinea

These projects are currently undergoing procurement and contract award. Implementation and monitoring & verification activities are planned for the third quarter of 2014.

The Street Lighting Project in Alotau consists of the replacement of standard 80W Mercury Vapour (MV) street lamps together with existing luminaires with high efficiency 30W Light-Emitting Diode (LED) luminaires (see photograph below). A total of 178 LED luminaires will be procured by ADB and installed by the PNG Power Limited (PPL) in Alotau. The total estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$17,262/year and CO2 savings of 45 tons of CO2/year.


PEEP2 Executing Agency – PNG Power Limited conducting Monitoring and Verification of 80W MW Luminaire
against 30W LED Luminaire for another PEEP2 project in Port Moresby


The Port Moresby General Hospital Project involves the replacement of standard 36W T8 fluorescent tube lamps (FTLs) and electromagnetic ballasts together with existing twin tube non-reflective luminaires, with 28W T5 FTLs and electronic ballasts in highly reflective single tube luminaires. A total of 650 x 28W T5 FTLs and 200 x 14W T5 FTLs with reflective luminaires will be procured by ADB as well as 140 photo sensors and 50 motion sensors for lighting control. Installation will be carried out by PPL. The total estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$42,910/year and CO2 savings of 62 tons of CO2/year.

University of Papua New Guinea Project comprises of the replacement of standard 36W T8 FTLs and electromagnetic ballasts together with existing twin tube non-reflective luminaires, with 28W T5 FTLs and electronic ballasts in highly reflective single tube luminaires. A total of 720 x 28W T5 FTLs luminaires will be procured by ADB as well as 100 photo sensors and 20 motion sensors for lighting control. The installation will be carried out by the University with support from PPL. The total estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$44,060/year and CO2 savings of 41 tons of CO2/year.

The projects mentioned above are part of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.

 

 

  • "Energy Efficiency in Buildings" Workshops in Papua New Guinea

March 2014

The PEEP2 consultants for Papua New Guinea successfully conducted an “Energy Efficiency in Buildings” workshop in Port Moresby, Lae and Kokopo in March 2014. The aim of the workshop was to educate major building industry stakeholders about the principles and concepts of energy efficiency in buildings. The workshops covered fundamental concepts associated with building design, construction material, energy using appliances and equipment, and building maintenance for both new and existing buildings. A total of 85 people attended the workshops. Presentation files are available upon request (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).


Energy Efficiency in Buildings Workshop in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (March 2014)



Energy Efficiency in Buildings Workshop in Lae, Papua New Guinea (March 2014)



Energy Efficiency in Buildings Workshops in Kokopo in Papua New Guinea (March 2014)

 

 

  • ADB approves Energy Efficient Air Conditioners for Hotels and Public Buildings in Samoa

February 2014

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has formally approved the following two energy efficient air conditioning projects in Samoa:

  • Energy Efficient Air Conditioning in Hotels, Samoa
  • Demonstration of Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Technologies in Samoa

These projects are currently undergoing procurement and contract award. Implementation and monitoring & evaluation activities are planned for the second quarter of 2014.

The “Energy Efficient Air Conditioning in Hotels” Project consists of the replacement of old inefficient air conditioners, in the Pacific Pearl Hotel and Vaisala Hotel, with energy efficient inverter type air conditioners. A total of 24 inverter type air conditioners of different sizes will be procured and installed of which 10 units are financed by ADB and 14 units by the hotels. The total estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$7,297/year and CO2 savings of 16 tons of CO2/year.

The “Demonstration of Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Technologies” Project consists of the replacement of old inefficient energy conditioners, in public buildings in Samoa, with inverter type (47 units) and Solar type air conditioners (11 units). The Solar air conditioners will be tested to validate their performance under real trial conditions. The six public buildings/government agencies to be covered under this project include:

  • Mapufagalele: Little Sisters Of The Poor
  • National Health Service (NHS)
  • National University of Samoa (NUS)
  • Samoa National Provident Fund (SNPF) Building
  • Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE)
  • Scientific Research Organization of Samoa (SROS)

The total estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$35,787/year and CO2 savings of 77 tons of CO2/year.

The projects mentioned above are part of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.

 

 

  • ADB approves Energy Efficient Lighting Programs in the Residential Sector in Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu

January 2014

By the end of November 2013, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) had formally approved four additional residential energy efficient lighting programs in Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. This follows from the residential energy efficient lighting program approved for the Cook Islands in June 2013. All these programs are currently undergoing procurement. Implementation and monitoring & evaluation activities are planned for the second quarter of 2014.

The four new projects approved are as follows:

  • Residential Energy Efficient Lighting in Samoa
  • Residential Energy Efficient Lighting in the Outer Islands, Tonga
  • Residential Energy Efficient Lighting in Tongatapu, Tonga
  • Residential Energy Efficient Lighting, Luganville, Vanuatu

In Samoa, the residential energy efficient lighting program consists of the replacement of existing T8 fluorescent tube lights (FTLs) with T5 FTLs. A total of 4,000 x T5 (14W) and 4,000 x T5 (28W) FTLs will be procured and installed. The estimated energy cost savings account for approximately US$57,225/year and CO2 savings of 124 tons of CO2/year.

In Tonga, two residential energy efficient lighting programs were approved. The Outer Islands program covers Vava’u, Ha’apai and ‘Eua Islands, while the other program covers only Tongatapu Island. The objective is to reduce household energy consumption by replacing current Incandescent Bulbs (IBs) with Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) as well as existing T8 FTLs with T5 FTLs. For the Outer Islands, a total of 1,700 x CFLs (14W), 3,780 x T5 (14W) FTLs and 4,640 x T5 (28W) FTLs will be procured and installed. While for Tongatapu Island Program, a total of 4,500 x T5 (14W) FTLs and 5,800 x T5 (28W) FTLs will be procured and installed. The estimated energy cost savings for the Outer Islands Program represents approximately US$70,717/year and CO2 savings of 213 tons of CO2/year. While for the Tongatapu Island Program, the estimated energy cost savings represents approximately US$75,560/year and CO2 savings of 136 tons of CO2/year.

In Vanuatu, the residential energy efficient lighting program will be undertaken in Lungaville, Espiritu Santo Island. It involves the replacement of existing IBs with CFLs as well as existing T12/T8 FTLs with T5 FTLs. Overall, a total of 1,050 x CFLs (14W), 1,500 x T5 (14W) FTLs and 1,250 x T5 (28W) FTLs will be procured and installed. The estimated energy cost savings represent approximately US$63,165/year and CO2 savings of 161 tons of CO2/year.

All the old inefficient lamps replaced will be collected and disposed using the bulb eater procured under PEEP2 (see the November 2013 article on lamp waste management equipment).

The projects mentioned above are part of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.

 

 

  • PEEP2 Project delivers Lamp Waste Management Equipment

November 2013

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific (Phase 2) Project, funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), there are a total of 31 energy efficiency projects proposed of which 24 projects cover the replacement of existing lighting equipment with energy efficient lighting in residential, commercial and public sectors (including street lighting). The estimated annual energy savings of the 24 lighting projects alone is approximately 2.7 GWh per year, equivalent to annual energy cost savings of 1.33 million USD per year and savings of 2.2 thousand tons of CO2 equivalent per year.

For each of these lighting projects, it is essential to dispose correctly of the old fluorescent lamps and other mercury containing lamps using specialized lamp waste management equipment such as a “Bulb Eater”. The Bulb Eater is a lamp crushing machine that processes old fluorescent lamps and/or other mercury containing lamp types into small fragments.

The Bulb Eater can process all types of fluorescent lamps - Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), Fluorescent Tube Lamps (FTLs) of different lengths, U-shaped lamps. It comes with a 55 gallon drum with a capacity of around 1,350 FTLs (4 foot) or 3,000 CFLs and is complete with a filtration system that complies with US Environment Protection Agency (EPA) regulations. The model procured for the PEEP2 project, shown in the figure below, can also process High Intensity Discharge Lamps (HIDs) up to 6 inches. This is will be particularly relevant for disposal of Mercury Vapor and High Pressure Sodium lamps used in street lighting.


Example of Bulb Eater procured under PEEP2

Typically, the filtration system comprises of 3 filters – 2 for the removal of dust particulates up to 99.99%; and a carbon filter which captures the mercury and converts to mercury sulfide (HgS), which is a non-hazardous. The first filter bag is normally changed twice per drum and the second filter bag is replaced once for every 10 full drums (i.e. 13,000 FTLs). The activated carbon filter is suitable for approximately 1 million lamps. The filters can then be disposed in standard landfill sites, while the drums, which contain clean cut glass, can proceed to landfill or recycling.

Overall, the Bulb Eater offers the most cost-effective solution for disposal of fluorescent lamps suitable for the Pacific Islands and with minimum impact on the environment compared to landfills and incineration. The significant disposal capacity of the bulb eater also allows it to be used beyond the duration of the energy efficient lighting projects under PEEP2 and potentially included in a national lamp disposal strategy.

The Bulb Eaters were successfully delivered to the PEEP2 Implementing Agencies in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu in November 2013 as shown in the photographs below. The equipment will be used under the project and for wider use based on the national lamp disposal strategy under development by the government agencies.


Arrival of the bulb eater in the Cook Islands (top left), Papua New Guinea (top middle), Samoa (top right) and Tonga (bottom)

 

 

  • Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshops held in Cook Islands and Vanuatu

October 2013

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Phase 2 (PEEP2), the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is tasked with the development and conduct of energy audit training programs for local experts in each of the Pacific Developing Member Countries (PDMCs) covered under PEEP2 (Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu).

Following the detailed energy audit training workshops held in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga during July and August 2013, the IIEC also carried out workshops in the Cook Islands and Vanuatu in September and October 2013, respectively. The 4-day workshops covered Module 1 (Walk-Through Energy Audit) and Module 2 (Technical and Financial Evaluation). An average of 17 people attended the workshops in the Cook Islands and 19 people in Vanuatu, as shown in the photographs below. The workshop in the Cook Islands was formally opened by the Prime Minister - Honor ‘able Mr. Henry Puna.

The training workshops were kindly supported by the PEEP2 implementing agencies in each respective country – Renewable Energy Development Division in the Cook Islands, and the Department of Energy, Mines and Minerals, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources in Vanuatu.

The overall objective of the training program is to build capacity of local professionals with the necessary energy auditing skill sets enabling them to provide continuous support to the government departments, building owners, industries and households as well as the ability to conduct good quality energy audits.

The second training workshops will focus on Module 3 (Contracting, Project Management, and Measurement & Verification of Energy Efficiency Projects) and Module 4 (Detailed Energy Audit – Investment Grade Audit). For more information on the dates for the detailed energy audit training workshops (Modules 3 and 4), please visit the Events section.

Digital copies of the training power point presentations are available upon request, please send email to David Morgado - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Attendees of the Energy Audit Training in the Cook Islands (left) and Vanuatu (right)

 

 

  • First Detailed Energy Audit Training Workshops held in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga

September 2013

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Phase 2 (PEEP2), the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is tasked with the development and conduct of energy audit training programs for local experts in each of the Pacific Developing Member Countries (PDMCs) covered under PEEP2 (Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu).

The overall objective of the training program is to build capacity of local professionals with the necessary energy auditing skill sets enabling them to provide continuous support to the government departments, building owners, industries and households as well as the ability to conduct good quality energy audits.

Therefore, in addition to the walk-through energy audit training conducted in 2012, IIEC will be carrying out a series of detailed energy audit training workshops from July 2013 to February 2014 in the 5 PDMCs. The first training workshops will focus on Module 1 (Walk-Through Energy Audit), and Module 2 (Technical and Financial Evaluation). The second training workshops will focus on Module 3 (Contracting, Project Management, and Measurement & Verification of Energy Efficiency Projects) and Module 4 (Detailed Energy Audit – Investment Grade Audit).

During July and August 2013, 4/5 day training workshops (Modules 1 and/or 2) were held in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga by the IIEC team, as shown in the photographs below. An average of 27 people attended the workshops in Samoa, 20 in Papua New Guinea and 7 in Tonga. The training workshops were kindly supported by the PEEP2 implementing agencies in each respective country – Papua New Guinea Power Limited (PPL), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) in Samoa, and the Tonga Energy Roadmap Implementation Unit (TERM-IU). Modules 1 and 2 will also be held in the Cook Islands and Vanuatu during September and October 2013.

For more information on the dates for the detailed energy audit training workshops (Modules 3 and 4), please visit the Events section. Digital copies of the training power point presentations are available upon request, please send email to David Morgado - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Attendees of the Energy Audit Training in Tonga (top left), Samoa (top right) and Papua New Guinea (bottom)

 

 

  • ADB Approves EE Street Lighting Projects in Port Vila and Luganville, Vanuatu

August 2013

Following the approval from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in July 2013, IIEC will be implementing two energy efficient street lighting projects in Port Vila and Lungaville in Vanuatu. Procurement of the street lighting equipment will commence in September/October 2013.

In Port Vila (capital of Vanuatu), the energy efficient street lighting project consists of the replacement of 125W Mercury Vapour (MV) lamps with high efficiency Light-Emitting Diode (LED) luminaires. Overall, a total of 160 sets of 70W LED street lighting luminaires will be supplied and delivered by ADB to the Port Vila Municipal Council and will be installed and maintained by UNELCO. This project will deliver estimated energy costs savings of US$8,400/year (based on 6 hour usage per night) to the Municipality and CO2 savings of 24 CO2 tons/year.

Similarly, in Luganville (Espiritu Santo Island), the project will replace 75W and 125W MV lamps with 160 sets of 70W high efficiency LED luminaires. The LED luminaires will be supplied by ADB to the Luganville Municipal Council and the Vanuatu Utilities and Infrastructure Ltd (VUI) will be responsible for installation and maintenance. The project will provide estimated energy costs savings of US$11,000/year to the Municipality and CO2 savings of 34 CO2 tons/year.

The projects mentioned above are part of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.

 

 

  • ADB approves EE projects in the hotel and residential sector in the Cook Islands

July 2013

Following approval from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in June 2013, IIEC will be implementing another two energy efficiency projects in the Cook Islands. This follows from the approval of energy efficiency projects in the Rarotonga Airport, Punanga Nui Market, Fridge Freezer Replacement Program, Marina and Wharf, and Public Buildings in the Cook Islands. These projects are currently undergoing procurement and subsequent implementation.

The two additional energy efficiency projects approved by ADB are the:

  • Energy Efficiency in the Edgewater Resort & Spa
  • Residential Energy Efficient Lighting Program

The first project consists of a range of energy efficient measures covering lighting, air conditioning and other control measures to reduce energy consumption in the hotel. In addition, the project aims at building the capacity of service and maintenance personnel to conduct energy audits and maintenance of equipment. Overall, a total of 75 rooms will be retrofitted with new inverter type air conditioners, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and T5 fluorescent tubes, door seals, key tags and ceiling insulation. It is estimated that this project will provide the hotel with energy costs savings of approximately US$46,965/year and CO2 savings of 63 CO2 tons/year.

The second projects focuses on the residential sector and the objective is to reduce household energy consumption by replacing existing 2 foot and 4 foot T8 fluorescent tubes with T5 fluorescent tubes of similar lengths in high use (average 3 hours per day) areas. Furthermore, the project includes raising awareness for householders on energy efficient appliances and best practices. The project was developed based on the findings from a residential energy survey conducted by the PEEP2 team in February 2013. A total of 7,000 x T5 (14W) and 3,500 x T5 (28W) tubes will be procured and installed. The estimated energy cost savings represent approximately US$95,329 /year and CO2 savings of 127 tons of CO2/year.

The projects mentioned above are part of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB. The full list of the projects approved to date is available on http://www.ee-pacific.net/index.php/projects.


Edgewater Resort & Spa

 

 

  • Fridge and Freezer Replacement Program launched in the Cook Islands

June 2013

The International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is the Technical Assistance Consultant for the Promoting Energy Efficiency in The Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The aim of PEEP2 is to improve efficiency in the use of electrical power for consumers in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu - through demand-side energy efficiency improvements in the residential, commercial, and government sectors of each country.

The PEEP2 project commenced in November 2011 and following a series of activities covering energy data collection and assessment including energy audits of public buildings and residential energy surveys, IIEC has initiated the implementation of energy efficiency projects in all five countries. By May 2013, a total of 15 projects had been approved by ADB worth more than 1.2 million USD.

One of the projects approved by the ADB is the Fridge Freezer Replacement Program (FFRP) in the Cook Islands. The program was formally launched on the 1st May 2013 following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the ADB, the Government of the Cook Islands, and the white goods retailers - Motor Centre and the Cook Islands Trading Corporation Ltd (CITC) as shown in the photograph below. The objective of the FFRP is to replace old inefficient fridge/freezers with high efficient fridge/freezers and reduce electricity consumption by approximately 20-30% per participating household.


MoU Signing (left to right) – Don Dorrell (Managing Director of Motor Centre),
Dianna Clarke Bates (Executive Director of Cook Islands Trading Corporation),
Roger de Bray (Energy Commissioner), Felix Gooneratne (IIEC) and
Tangi Tereapii (Renewable Energy Development Division of the Office of the Prime Minister)

Under the program, the two retailers offer rebates between NZ$150 and NZ$500 to customers purchasing selected high efficient fridge/freezer models, in exchange for their old, working low efficient fridge/freezer of similar capacity. Before launching the FFRP, IIEC provided training to retailer staff regarding the FFRP requirements and energy labeling of electrical appliances (see photograph below).


Training of Retailers for Fridge Freezer Replacement Program

The FFRP launch was widely disseminated, with the support from the ADB, in the local newspapers (see below) and TV as well as internationally with New Zealand and Australian radio broadcasters. Furthermore, the two participating retailers also advertised the FFRP in the newspapers (see below).


Local Newspaper Articles on the Fridge Freezer Replacement Program in the Cook Islands


CITC and Motor Centre Newspaper Advertisements for the Fridge Freezer Replacement Program


Overall, the FFRP aims to cover 325 households over a one year period, with the possibility of being further extended depending on successful uptake. After only one month of implementation, at least 30 units had been sold under the FFRP by the 1st June 2013.

For more information on the FFRP, please see our Information Pamphlet.

 

 

  • ADB approves Energy Efficiency Projects in Samoa and Tonga

May 2013

Following approval from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in May 2013, IIEC will be implementing energy efficiency projects in Samoa and Tonga.

In Samoa, the two projects approved include:
1. Energy Efficient Street Lighting Project in Apia
2. Energy Efficient Lighting in Government Buildings

The first project consists of the replacement of 160 sets of standard 80W Mercury Vapour (MV) lamps with high efficiency 30W Light-Emitting Diode (LED) lamps in the capital of Samoa - Apia. It is estimated that this street lighting project will provide energy cost savings of approximately US$16,752/year and CO2 savings of 24 CO2 tons/year. The second project in Samoa aims at replacing T8 fluorescent lamps (46 watts) with T5 retrofit lamps (30 watts) in 10 selected Government Buildings in Samoa. The estimated energy costs savings (end-use) represent approximately US$150,299/year and CO2 savings of 219 tons of CO2/year. Successful implementation will allow the government to consider extending these energy efficiency measures to further government buildings in Samoa.

In Tonga, the two projects approved include:
1. Energy Efficient Street Lighting for Outer Islands
2. Energy Efficient Street Lighting for Tongatapu

The first street lighting project focuses on the replacement of 160 units of 100/150/250 watt High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps and luminaires, installed in Vava'u, Ha'apai and 'Eua islands, with high efficiency LED luminaires. This project will provide estimated energy cost savings of approximately US$26,326/year and CO2 savings of 41 CO2 tons/year. The second street lighting project will replace 135 units of 100/150/250 watt HPS lamps and luminaires with high efficiency LED luminaires in Tongatapu. The estimated energy cost savings are approximately US$30,314/year and with CO2 savings of 47 CO2 tons/year.

The projects mentioned above are the first of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB.


Street Lighting in Tonga

 

 

  • ADB approves Energy Efficiency Projects in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu

May 2013

Following approval from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in April 2013, IIEC will be implementing energy efficiency projects in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.

In the Papua New Guinea, the two projects approved include:
1. Energy Efficient Street Lighting Project in Residential Streets of Port Moresby
2. Energy Efficient Lighting at Papua New Guinea Power Limited (PPL) Head Office

The first project consists of the replacement of 160 sets of standard 80W Mercury Vapour (MV) lamps with high efficiency 30W Light-Emitting Diode (LED) lamps. It is estimated that this project will provide energy cost savings of approximately US$39,256/year and CO2 savings of 30 CO2 tons/year. The second projects includes the replacement of 1,120 sets of 36W T8 fluorescent lamps with 28W T5 fluorescent lamps as well as the redesign of original lighting concept developed for this 30 year old office building. The estimated energy costs savings represent approximately US$93,858/year and CO2 savings of 136 tons of CO2/year.

In Vanuatu, the two projects approved include:
1. Energy Efficient Air-Conditioning System Using Variable Refrigerant Volume/Flow Technologies in Public Sector Buildings
2. Energy Efficient Lighting in Public Sector Buildings

The first project focuses on the retrofit of the existing inefficient air-conditioning systems with an innovative air-conditioning system in the Vanuatu National Statistics Office and the Minister Office’s in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management Building. Overall, the project will provide estimated energy cost savings of US$8,659/year and CO2 savings of 11.54 tons of CO2 /year. The second project in Vanuatu covers the retrofit of inefficient lighting systems in a number of Government of Vanuatu (GoV) buildings with a range of high-quality energy-efficient lighting systems such as Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), T5 fluorescent lamps and LED tube lights. The total annual energy cost savings estimated are US$82,989/year and CO2 savings of 101 tons of CO2/year.

The projects mentioned above are the first of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the ADB.

 

 

  • IIEC Implements Energy Efficiency Projects in the Cook Islands

February 2013

IIEC will be implementing three energy efficiency projects in the Cook Islands under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in The Pacific: Phase 2 (PEEP2) funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The IIEC is the PEEP2 Technical Assistance Consultant and is tasked in improving efficiency in the use of electrical power for consumers in the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu - through demand-side energy efficiency improvements in the residential, commercial, and government sectors of each country.

Two energy efficiency projects comprise of the supply and installation of solar LED lighting for the International Airport Car Park and in the Punanga Nui Market in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

The third project comprises of a fridge/freezer replacement program (FFRP) at national level, with the objective of replacing old inefficient fridge/freezers with high efficient fridge/freezers. Under the FFRP, retailers will offer an attractive rebate at the moment of purchase (NZ$200 – NZ$500) depending on fridge/freezer volume. The retailer will then be reimbursed for the rebates on a monthly basis.

IIEC estimates that the Airport Car Park project will provide cost savings of US$4,900/year and CO2 savings of 6.7 tons of CO2/year. The Punanga Nui Market project will provide identical savings. For the FFRP, IIEC estimates average cost savings of US$188/year/consumer. Assuming the replacement of 300 inefficient fridge/freezers, the FFRP would provide approximately 83,280 kWh/year in electricity savings and a CO2 abatement of 66.4 tons of CO2/year. In addition, the FFRP will enable considerable cost savings to householders resulting in higher disposal income.

These three projects are the first of several energy efficiency projects being prepared and implemented under PEEP2 in the five Pacific island countries.


Airport Car Park in Rarotonga,Cook Islands

 

  • Walk-Through Energy Audit Training in Samoa and Papua New Guinea

November 2012

The PEEP2 team conducted two/three days of walk-through energy audit training for selected buildings in Samoa and Papua New Guinea during October 2012. Approximately 30 people participated in the training activities in Samoa and 20 people participated in Papua New Guinea (see photographs below). The PEEP2 team was also interviewed by the local newspaper in Samoa.

These preliminary audits aim to identify the main building areas with most potential for energy savings as well as simple cost-effective measures (i.e. lighting) that could be implemented in a short-timeframe. It will also help provide useful data for the PEEP2 Energy-Use Database and identify potential energy efficiency projects for Samoa.


Participants of PEEP2 Walk-Through Energy Audit Training in Samoa

 


PNG Power Limited (PPL) Participants of PEEP2 Walk-Through Energy Audit Training in PNG

 

 

  • ADB Project Officer and PEEP2 Team Leader visit Samoa, Tonga and Cook Islands

October 2012

The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) PEEP2 Project Officer -Martina Tonizzo - and PEEP2 Team Leader/International Energy Efficiency Expert for the Cook Islands - Felix Gooneratne - undertook missions to Samoa, Tonga and Cook Islands during the period 18th September to 29th September 2012. Meetings were held with the respective Implementing Agencies and major stakeholders in each county. The objective of the mission was to assess progress made by the project and discuss next steps and way forward for commencing the development and implementation of potential energy efficiency projects in each country in 2013/2014.During the Cook Islands mission, the PEEP2 team were interviewed by the Cook Islands Herald News and the local television network. The news article and video are attached.

Newspaper Article Download

 

 

  • Demand-Side Management Workshop at the Pacific PowerAssociation Conference

September 2012

The IIEC is the leading implementing agency for the Promoting Energy Efficiency in The Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2) project funded by the Asian Development Bank. This 3-year project covers the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. The objective is to stimulate energy efficiency through demand-side energy efficiency improvements in the residential, commercial, and government sectors in each of the five countries.

Under PEEP2, IIEC in partnership with the Pacific Power Association (PPA) conducted a one day Demand-Side Management (DSM) Workshop on the 17th July 2012. This workshop was part of the PPA’s 21st Annual Conference and the 6th Engineer’s Workshop, held in Port Vila, Vanuatu. The speakers covered DSM implementation experiences of relevance to the Pacific including International Best Practices and Case Studies, Compact Fluorescent Lamp Programs, Energy Efficient Street Lighting Programs, Standards & Labeling and Retrofit Programs in Public Buildings. The workshop was mainly attended by electric utility representatives and engineers from several Pacific Island Countries (PICs). Furthermore, IIEC also carried out a presentation to the CEO’s of 25 electric utilities in the Pacific region on international experiences of DSM and the opportunities for the PICs to improve their operations through DSM.


PNG Power Limited (PPL) Participants of PEEP2 Walk-Through Energy Audit Training in PNG

 

 

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