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Enabling prosperity across the Pacific

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Powering the Pacific and Timor-Leste with three new Off-Grid Renewable Energy Partnerships

The Australian Government has announced three new business partnerships to deliver off-grid renewable energy to remote and rural communities in Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, and Vanuatu. 

Ambassador Caitlin Wilson highlighted the strong partnership and transformative impact on connectivity

‘Golden Buoy’ presentation marks a major leap in Timor-Leste's digital future

Timor-Leste has made a significant leap forward in securing its digital future with the 'Golden Buoy' presentation and the launch of the Timor-Leste South Submarine Cable in Dili. 

Central batch of participants of the AIFFP Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry course.

Building safer roads: Australian investment enhances safety standards in Fiji

Australia's investment is raising safety and efficiency standards in Fiji's road maintenance and construction sectors.

Tuvalu's Nui harbour opens with climate-resilient upgrades, supported by the AIFFP and ADB funding

Climate resilient upgrades to Tuvalu’s Nui harbour complete

Supported by AIFFP financing, the newly upgraded Nui Island harbour in Tuvalu was opened for use to the local community by the Governor General of the Government of Tuvalu alongside Australian Government and Asian Development Bank (ADB) representatives.


Seven new Off-Grid Renewable Energy Partnerships to power up remote Pacific communities

The Australian Government has today announced seven new business partnerships to support small-scale, off-grid renewable energy in remote and rural areas across the Pacific and Timor-Leste.

The Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) enables quality infrastructure across the Pacific and Timor-Leste

We provide financing for transformational energy, water, transport, telecommunications and other projects that are socially inclusive, resilient and create lasting prosperity for Pacific citizens.

Our investments

See what we've financed and how they transform Pacific communities.

Honiara landing of the Coral Sea Cable. Credit: DFAT

Climate Partnership

Australia, through the Pacific Climate Infrastructure Financing Partnership, will contribute at least $350 million in climate infrastructure for the Pacific region.

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How to apply

Find out how to share your project details with us and what you’ll need to provide.