Japan supports Tuvaluan power plant

The Tuvalu Prime Minister, Enele Sosene Sopoaga exchanging documents with the Japanese Ambassador, Masahiro Omura after the signing of the AUS$2.4 million for the procurement of diesel fuel for Tuvalu Electricity Corporation. Picture ATU RASEA.

THE Japanese Government today gave 2.4 million (AUD) to Tuvalu to help the country purchase diesel for its national power plant. During the signing ceremony Japanese Ambassador Masahiro Omura said they were grateful for the opportunity to assist Tuvalu in this instance although they were also supporting its move towards renewable energy. “Japan has been […]

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