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Renewable energy equipment rolling out

Thursday 11 September 2014 | Published in Environment

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Renewable energy equipment rolling out
More consistent, clean, and renewable power for the Northern Group islands is one step closer with the arrival of equipment from New Zealand. Prime Minister Henry Puna and New Zealand High Commissioner Joanna Kempkers were present at Avatiu Port yesterday morning, where they received a close-hand look at a fleet of tractors and diggers destined for the islands of Rakahanga and Pukapuka. 14091009

Construction associated with a $20.5 million renewable energy project for six islands in the Northern Group is about to begin after the arrival of equipment and materials from New Zealand yesterday.

Construction associated with a $20.5 million renewable energy project for six islands in the Northern Group is about to begin after the arrival of equipment and materials from New Zealand yesterday.


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