The OCCCT, OCCES and CPWT – Who is Who in the PNG Climate Change Game?
It was interesting to read in the Sunday-Chronicle that the Office of Climate Change & Environmental Sustainability (OCCES) is considering a long term partnership with a clean energy company for renewable energy projects. That clean energy company aptly calls itself Clean Power & Water Technologies (CPWT). However, I have a question – who exactly is Clean Power & Water Technologies?
For a firm that is lobbying the OCCES to become its long-term partner in providing clean water and power without damaging the environment (so they claim) to the people of PNG – there is little, if any, information about them. It’s not at all surprising to see that even if the OCCES is less than a year old, there is already a line of interested courters seranading the Office.
Oh, and I’m not too sure whether or not you know this, but the OCCES does have a website – you can find it here. It’s quite rudimentary and technically, it’s no longer called the Office of Climate Change and Carbon Trade (OCCCT) (read more here), so yes – they do have a bit of updating to do.