Tuvalu

Master Plan for Renewable Electricity and Energy Efficiency

Executive
Plan
Passed in 2012
The Master Plan for Renewable Electricity and Energy Efficiency outlines the way to generate electricity from renewable energy and to develop an energy efficiency programme. 

The purposes of the Master plan are: 1) to outline the technical concepts; 2) to review the economic feasibility; 3) to propose an implementation programme. 

The Master plan establishes the following objectives: 1) to provide a reliable and affordable electricity supply; 2) to safeguard Tuvalu from future diesel price shocks; 3) to improve the efficiency of electricity utilisation and further reduce the already low energy consumption per person and per GDP; 4) to reduce Tuvalu's 'carbon footprint' and become and international rode model with regard to climate change mitigation. 

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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