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First solar panels installed at airport

Friday 8 August 2014 | Published in Environment

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First solar panels installed at airport
Elizabeth Wright-Koteka, from the Office of the PM, NZ High Commissioner Joanna Kempkers and Apii Timoti, from TAU, tighten the bolts on the first solar panel to be installed at the Rarotonga Airport solar plant, with Liam Fox from Solar City supervising their work. 14080722

Construction of a massive solar energy system at Rarotonga Airport has taken a big leap forward with the first of more than 3000 panels installed yesterday.

Construction of a massive solar energy system at Rarotonga Airport has taken a big leap forward with the first of more than 3000 panels installed yesterday.


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