The Future of Affordable and Reliable Energy in Fiji

It is not well known that the 300+ island nation of less than a million inhabitants, Fiji, was the first country in the world to ratify the Paris Climate Agreement. Energy in Fiji has been a top priority for some time. The small country has seen sea levels and temperatures rising and an increase in […]

Powering Fiji Resorts Reliably and Sustainably

Hoteliers imagine the impacts of running out of diesel fuel: Your resort is fully booked. Newlyweds, beach enthusiasts and families are arriving at any moment for their long-awaited vacations. It’s time for the scheduled weekly meeting with your purchasing agent to ensure you have everything to keep the guests happy and comfortable. After all, guest […]

Providing Energy to Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

Businesses and residents of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) face challenges accessing reliable and affordable electricity. In some island villages, residents and guests are still living without electricity at all, due to the prohibitive cost and complex infrastructure that prevent reliable fossil fuel delivery. This blog looks at why this is, and what can be […]