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Focus on energy saving

Repeka Nasiko
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

NADI-BASED Greenco Energy Solutions is paving the way for commercial and residential properties to adopt energy efficient units.

The company has been installing energy saving products such as solar panels, LED lights, solar air conditioners and desalination plants.

Company director Mollie Fong said the firm focused on reducing energy for commercial and domestic users.

"Right now, we are focusing on the heavy energy users, resorts, hotels, factories, government offices," said Mr Fong.

"We currently service Warwick properties in Fiji, that's the Warwick Resort, Naviti Resort, Tabua Sands and Tokatoka Resort and also their Vanuatu property Le Lagon Resort, International School Suva and Nadi, Wananavu Resort, to name a few."








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