The purpose of this Renewable Energy Integration (REI) Investment Plan (IP) is to seek financing and technical assistance for investments that will enhance the flexibility of Fiji’s energy system in ways that allow for the integration of variable renewable energy, and for greater access to renewable energy in areas with limited connectivity. This will be achieved through two interventions or program “components” focused on two of Fiji’s top energy sector priorities. The National Energy Policy (NEP) 2023-2030—Fiji’s main energy sector policy—has objectives that fall under five policy pillars: (i) Energy Security and Resilience; (ii) Energy Access and Equity; (iii) Energy Sustainability; (iv) Energy Efficiency; and (v) Energy Governance, which aim to provide the guidelines for energy sector policy development between 2023 and 2030. The NEP also endorses and supports the target established in Fiji’s National Climate Change Policy (NCCP), of producing 100 percent of national electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030, achieving net zero annual greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and decarbonizing Fiji’s transport sector.
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