Meta Data Draft: NoRevision of previous policy?: NoEffective Start Year: 2018Effective End Year: 2028Scope: NationalDocument Type: Plan/StrategyEconomic Sector: Energy, Power, Multi-SectorEnergy Types: All, Oil, Power, Renewable, Bioenergy, Solar, OtherIssued by: Government of the Kingdom of TongaSource: Pacific Climate Change PortalFile: JNAP 2 (2018-2028)Overall Summary: Joint National Action Plan 2 on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management (JNAP 2) 2018-2028 sets out six policy objectives and targets and an implementation strategy for the country to achieve its vision of a Resilient Tonga by 2035. JNAP2 is aligned with the Tonga Climate Change Policy and covers both climate change adaptation and disaster risk management. Related Documents Other policies that are related to this one. Tonga Climate Change Policy: A Resilient Tonga by 2035Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management (JNAP) 2010-2015 Efficiency EE priorities: Tonga is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector principally by increasing its utilisations of [...] and energy efficient technologies. EE targets: Tonga also plans to improve energy efficiency through reduction of electricity line losses from 18% in 2010 to 9% by 2020. Renewable Energy RE priorities: Tonga is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector principally by increasing its utilisations of renewable sources of energy such as solar [...]. RE targets: Tonga aims to achieve 50% of electricity generation from renewable sources by 2020 and 70% by 2030. Environment Energy environmental priorities: Tonga is working to reduce its reliance on oil imports, and to respond to the Paris Agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, targeting a much cleaner energy through its nationally determined contributions (NDC, 2015) and the Climate Change Policy (to achieve a Resilient Tonga by 2035).