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NOTICE TO ALL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

Department of Energy and the two approved Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project vendors, e-Tech and Power Communications Solution (PCS) are undertaking awareness and sales of ‘Plug and Play’ solar systems on the island of Pentecost from 20th February to 25th Febr...

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Vanuatu eyes clean, green and inclusive tourism by 2030

Around the world, Vanuatu is known as one of the most culturally-rich and stunning places on earth.

Tourists holiday here each year to take in its unique culture and natural landscape, with the tourism industry contributing around 50% of the country’s economy.<...

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Half-Price Solar Systems under Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) benefits Big Bay Households

For Mr. Remmie Packet and his wife who lives in Big Bay on the island of Santo, purchasing a high quality and internationally certified ‘Plug and Play’ solar system for half its price was unbelievable. Even purchasing the products at Malau Village on Big Bay and being able to talk to ...

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Tourism, Renewable Energy & Climate Change Project Success in Vanuatu

This week the Government of Vanuatu, in partnership with GIZ climate change, has concluded the first ever program to link rural tourism operators with renewable energy technologies. Twenty-nine island bungalows on the islands of Emae, Efate, Pele and Nguna were supported to procure subsidized sol...

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Vanuatu Rural Electrification Program (VREP) gives smiles to villagers from Emae Island

Villagers on the island of Emae smile after receiving awareness and display of solar systems promoted under the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Program (VREP).

Over 200 villagers attended the awareness program at Finonge village. Pastor Richard Jenery of the New Covenant church, a recipient...

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E-Tech (Vanuatu) Ltd joins PCS Limited to receive subsidy payment under Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP)

e-Tech Vanuatu has joined PCS Limited to receive its subsidy payment from the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP). This first payment is for the 50% claim made under the subsidy arrangement for VREP. Under this arrangement, vendors such as e-Tech and PCS sell the high quality ‘plug...

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Department of Energy makes first Subsidy Payment under the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP)

The Department of Energy has made the first subsidy payment to PCS Limited under the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) Phase 1. This first payment is the 50% claim made under the subsidy arrangement for the VREP Phase 1. Under this arrangement, vendors sell the high quality pico-solar ...

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Awareness on the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) and its subsidy planned for Sola, Vanua Lava, Torba Province - 31st March 2016

Public around Sola in Vanua Lava on Torba Province and people of Vanua Lava are encouraged to attend an awareness on the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) to be undertaken by the Department of Energy and two approved vendors, e-Tech and Power & Communications  Solutions (PCS) ...

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50% sales of the Vanuatu Rural Electrification approved products begins after launch on Tafea Province

Households, aid posts and community halls throughout rural Vanuatu will now be able to purchase ‘plug and play’ solar home systems, subsides through Phase One of the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP), a New Zealand Government funded initiative managed by Vanuatu’s Dep...

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First Provincial Launch of the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP), Friday 29 January 2016, Lenakel, Tanna

The people of Tanna will witness the first provincial launch of the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Project (VREP) on Friday 29, January 2016 at 10am around the Lenakel Market compound. The launch will be jointly hosted by the Department of Energy and Tafea Provincial Government and is expected to ...

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