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New Zealand pledges $17 million to boost Papua New Guinea’s solar energy potential. Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters and Climate Change Minister Simon Watts announced the investment during their visit to Papua New Guinea. The funding aims to support a new solar upgrade, addressing the country’s reliance on diesel and fuel oil for electricity generation. The announcement is part of a five-country tour around Melanesia, highlighting New Zealand’s commitment to renewable energy in the Pacific region.

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