The Nauru Utilities has come a long way since 2011, under the Nauru Utilities Corporation Act, in the Republic of Nauru.

Power outages have been reduced by around 50% compared to the previous period. Water Production capacity has increased and water delivery improved. Continuation along this trend will soon place NUC as a top performing island utility in the Pacific.

In January of 2016, Parliament passed the Nauru Utilities Corporation (Amendment) Act 2016 which established a full Board for the NUC to provide the leadership and guidance that NUC needs. We also thank the Minister responsible for Nauru Utilities Corporation Hon. Wawani Joe-Grant Dowiyogo, MP for his support. 

Start - Nov 2014

  • Reactive

  • Unreliable Power supply - Frequent interruptions

  • Inefficient operations - around 100,000 litres of fuel per month could be saved by improving generation efficiencies.

  • Insufficient generating capacity

  • Poor state of the power network

  • Poor customer service

  • Poor supply chain/inventory management

  • Low worker morale

  • Low worker skill & knowledge levels

Desired State - Year 2020

  • Proactive

  • Reliable & safe power supply

  • Best efficiencies

  • N-2 Production capacities

  • Low frequency and duration of power outages - Best in the Pacific

  • Best customer service

  • Best Supply chain and Inventory management system

  • High worker morale

  • High skills and knowledge level

To Our Donors

NUC wishes to thank our donors for their continued support. The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid), Asian Development Bank (ADB), European Union (EU), The Republic of China (Taiwan) Japan Internation Cooperation Agency (JICA), The international Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and other whose contribution has greatly assisted the efforts to improve the supply of electricity and water to Nauru.