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A look at the 1,410 kW of solar PV panels, of the Ta'u Renewable Energy PV project, commissioned in Oct. 2016 and located on Faleasao village, Ta'u island, American Samoa. [SN file photo]
Hagåtña, GUAM —  On the island of Ta'u in American Samoa, a revolutionary shift occurred in 2016. The island dumped its total reliance on a diesel-fueled power plant, shifting to a power generating facility that harnesses energy from the sun and uses powerful batteries for storing solar energy for...