Fiji One News 28th July 2017

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Fiji Times 2nd October 2016

THE framing stage for the 12 megawatt biomass plant in Nabou, Sigatoka was completed last week.

According to the developers of the $US45 million ($F92m) facility, the plant is at 75 per cent completion.

Joint venture company Nabou Green Energy Ltd (NGEL) CEO Lee Jun Hyung said the business arrangement for the 12MW biomass project would focus on producing power to satisfy the power purchase agreement requirements with the Fiji Electricity Authority.

Fiji Times 5th August 2017

THE Nabou Green Energy Ltd’s 12MW biomass power plant in Navutu, Nadroga, is paving the way for Fiji’s move towards becoming a renewable energy dependent nation.

The $90million power source would sell electricity to the Fiji Electricity Authority lighting towns and smaller communities is a project by Korean consortium — GIMCO Korea Ltd, GS Power, Mirae Asset and Fiji’s Tropik Wood Ltd Industries.

The plant was officially opened by Nabou Green Energy on July 27 when employees and consortium representatives joined by native landowners and government officials celebrated the momentous occasion.

FBC News 23rd March 2017

This was confirmed to FBC News by the company chief executive Lee Jun Hyung who says they are optimistic about the success of the power plant.

The 12 megawatt Biomass plant is a joint venture between three Korean companies and Tropik Wood Industries Limited.

Fiji Sun 26th July 2017

The Nabou Green Energy Limited power plant will be officially opened by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama tomorrow.

Mr Bainimarama will be joined by other industry stakeholders to witness the event.

It is understood that the plant is the first of its kind in the South Pacific.

Chief executive officer Jun Hyung Lee said this is their first Independent Power Producer project.