Market News | Power & Energy Tanzania 2017

Market News

  • Tanzania: Solar Power Now Reigns Supreme in Rural Areas

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

      Solar power revolution is happening in Tanzania with a new study indicating that more than half (65 per cent) of rural households that have access to electricity use solar.

    The Energy Access Situation Report 2016 released earlier this week by the National Bureau of Statistics and the Rural Energy Agency shows that grid electricity is the second largest source. . .

  • Tanzania: Kinyerezi II to Be Completed By December - Project Leader

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     By December this year, the ambitious Kinyerezi II power project will be providing about 30 to 240 megawatts of electricity to the national grid in attempts to further expand the country's power generation capacity.

    The revelation was made over the weekend in Dar es Salaam by the project manager Steven Manda, when he addressed the press on the progress of the p. . .

  • Tanzania presses on with hydroelectric dam on vast game reserve

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     Plans to build a huge hydroelectric dam in the heart of one of Africa’s largest remaining wild areas have dismayed conservationists who fear that the plans will cause irreversible damage to the Selous game reserve in Tanzania.

    After many years of delays and false starts, last week the president of Tanzania, John Magufuli, announced that he would be going. . .

  • Tanzania: Premier Stresses Govt's Power Generation Expansion Commitment

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has expressed government keenness to expand the county's power generation capacity by strengthening implementation of various energy projects.

    The Premier said that the country is currently implementing various projects to improve power supply and upon its completion, the nation will have reliable and affordable power that g. . .

  • Solar power to treat water for 200 thousand refugees in Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     SolarWorld Americas Inc is providing 1.2 megawatts of high-performance solar panels to power the world's largest solar-powered, safe-water treatment project. The project's systems will serve more than 250,000 Congolese and Burundian people living in three refugee settlements in Western Tanzania.  

    The project is proceeding under the management of Water Mission and the funding. . .


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