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Solar projects bring islands closer to sun-power target

Friday 15 May 2015 | Published in Outer Islands

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Solar projects bring islands closer to sun-power target
New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister, Murray McCully (left) and Prime Minister Henry Puna are ready to fire up the solar plant in Omoka.

The sun has set on the visit by Cook Island and New Zealand politicians to the Northern Islands, but when it rose again today, Penrhyn and Manihiki were another step closer to 100 per cent renewable energy.

The sun has set on the visit by Cook Island and New Zealand politicians to the Northern Islands, but when it rose again today, Penrhyn and Manihiki were another step closer to 100 per cent renewable energy.


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