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Fiji’s State House18.25 kW solar system

Republic of Fiji – Fiji’s State House recently inaugurated its 18.25 kW solar system, set to generate approximately 20,000 units of clean electricity annually.

This translates to FJD $74,000 in energy cost savings, a remarkable leap towards sustainability. In collaboration with Solar Head of State and other key stakeholders, this groundbreaking initiative represents a pivotal step towards a cleaner, greener future for the Pacific region.

The endeavour to solarize head-of-state residences and buildings of national importance across 11 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) stands as a testament to our collective dedication in mitigating carbon footprints and aligning with the 2030 Agenda.

Supported by the India-UN Development Partnership Fund and Solaria, and managed by the UN Office of South-South Cooperation, our partnership with the UN Development Programme, Pacific Islands Development Forum, and esteemed collaborators underscores a unified commitment towards sustainability.This achievement goes beyond technological advancement; it signifies a holistic approach to environmental stewardship, embodying our core values of sustainability, collaboration, and progress.




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