Fulcrum3D has joined the Pacific Power Association as an Allied Member, effective immediately. This follows the continuation of our focus on integration of renewable energy into off-grid and remote power systems.
The Pacific Power Association 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. Its 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 Pacific Power Association comprises some 25 electricity authorities operating in island countries across the Pacific. The majority of these countries rely heavily on diesel power generation, with a strong interest in expanding the use of renewable energy systems.
Fulcrum3D is keen to support this ongoing work by the Pacific Power Association.