Tonga Power Limited’s Board of Directors have approved a subsidy to cover 2.47 seniti per kWhr over the next quarter-year for all electricity consumers in Tonga. Na’e sio leva ‘ae poate ‘ae Kautaha Úhila á Tonga ki ha founga é malava ai ke fua e Kautaha Úhila ‘a e seniti é 2.47 áki áe ngaue fakapotopoto pea na’e tali ia he áho 29 Tisema 2020.
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Results for Tonga Renewable Energy
Thursday 31 December 2020
Wednesday 30 December 2020
Tonga’s aim to reach 50% renewable energy by the end of 2021 may be delayed further as border restrictions due to CoViD-19 continues to hinder projects.
Tuesday 29 December 2020
The Electricity Commission as required by the Concession Contract, has approved a tariff adjustment amounting to a total increase of 7.58 seniti/kWh from 63.82 seniti/kWh in electricity tariff, to be effective on 1 January 2021. Meter reading shall commence on 4 January 2021. Ko e totongi ‘uhila kamata koe seniti ‘e 71.40 ki he kilouati, ko e totongi ‘uhila fo’ou ia ‘e kamata ngaue’aki ‘e he Kautaha ‘Uhila pea ‘e vakai’i fakakuata ‘o fakatefito ‘i he feliliuaki ‘i he totongi ‘o e lolo pea mo vakai’i fakata’u ‘o fakatatau ki he feliliuaki ‘i he totongi koloa.- Tonga Power Ltd.
Wednesday 4 March 2020
Tonga’s ambitious goal to achieve 50% renewable energy this year has been moved to 2021, confirmed Tonga Power Ltd (TPL) at a stakeholder seminar on 28 February. However, TPL is also exploring a more aggressive plan to try and achieve the target by the end of this year.
Tuesday 5 November 2019
Tonga's electricity consumers have been spared the recent electricity price increase as the government is stepping in to cover the increased charges over the next few months. A statement today said the Prime Minister “is also the Minister of Public Enterprises, the Minister of Finance and CEO of the Ministry of Public Enterprises.” has directed an independent audit of the tariff structure.
Thursday 6 July 2017
A roof top solar system at the Prince Wellington Ngu Hospital, Vava'u, was officially inaugurated on July 3 by Crown Prince Tupouto'a 'Ulukalala.
Saturday 21 November 2009
Salt Lake City-Utah, USA
Besides being puzzled by the remarkable scientific pronouncements by PM Dr. Sevele and Renewable Energy Coordinator, 'Akau'ola in Vava'u (10 donors . . . 19 Nov 2009), this journalist was also alarmed by the popularity of the Princess Ashika wreckage video showing back in Nuku'alofa. -Sione A. Mokofisi