Renewable Ready Pacific Projects

The PPA is an inter-governmental agency and member of the Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific (CROP) to promote the direct cooperation of the Pacific island power utilities in technical training, exchange of information, sharing of senior management and engineering expertise and other activities of benefit to the members.

The PPA’s objective is to improve the quality of power in the region through a cooperative effort among the utilities, private sector and regional aid donors. The PPA’s members pool their resources and expertise for their common benefit, gain international representation and improve access to international power sector assistance programmes.


Biography

Andrew Daka
Executive Director, Pacific Power Association

Andrew Daka is currently Executive Director of the Pacific Power Association (PPA) an inter-governmental agency and member of the Council of Regional Organizations in the Pacific (CROP) to promote the direct cooperation of the Pacific island power utilities in engineering expertise, technical training, exchange of information, sharing of senior management and and other activities of benefit to the members.

The PPA’s objective is to improve the quality of power in the region through a cooperative effort among the utilities, private sector and regional aid donors. The PPA provides direct links between the private sector and member utilities to improve private sector services and thus make their presence in the region more productive.

ISOLATED POWER SYSTEM CONNECT

Isolated Power System (IPS) Connect provides a unique opportunity for industry, academia and international experts working in the field of remote area power supply and isolated power systems to connect, discuss and share their ideas, present results, reflect on past experiences and discuss future projects.

    For enquires regarding presentations:

    Please contact Professor Michael Negnevitsky, IPS CONNECT 2017 Chair.
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