Action for the Development of Marshall Islands Renewable Energies

11 Aug 2014
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The Marshall Islands is currently heavily dependent on imported fossil fuels for its energy supply, with petroleum accounting for more than 85% of the country’s commercial energy consumption. The Government is keen to increase country’s solar energy generation capacity, building on its initial installation of about 1,300-1,400 stand-alone photovoltaic systems in outer atoll households with support from various donors.

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