Market News | Power & Energy Tanzania 2017

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  • Africa: Ambitious Plan to Link Dar Power Grid With Cairo and Cape Town on the Cards

    Posted on :Tuesday , 24th January 2017

    Arusha — An ambitious project to connect the North and the South points of Africa with a single power line through the Cairo-to- Cape Town grid is in the pipeline and may be functional within three years from now.

    The Minister for Energy and Minerals Professor Sospeter Muhongo, revealed the proposed power project during the ongoing 24th Eastern Africa Power Po. . .

  • Africa's First Electricity Producer Powered by Biogas

    Posted on :Wednesday , 11th January 2017

    Naivasha — Using waste from vegetable and flower production, biogas is providing energy to Kenya's electricity network

    A commercial farm in Kenya has become Africa's first electricity producer powered by biogas to sell surplus electricity to the national grid, cutting the carbon emissions associated with oil-powered generation.
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  • Tanzania: AfDB Approves $870,000 for Off-grid Energy Promotion

    Posted on :Monday , 9th January 2017

    The African Development Bank has approved a $870,000 grant to promote off-grid electricity generation in Tanzania.

    The grant, announced yesterday, was approved under the Sustainable Energy for Africa facility, which is funded by the governments of Denmark, the UK, the US and Italy.
    The money will go towards funding private sector clean. . .

  • Tanzania: Affordable, Reliable Power Key for Revitalization of Industry

    Posted on :Wednesday , 4th January 2017

    Reliable supply and affordable electricity is the key in the establishment and revival of industries in the country. Since it came to power, the Fifth Phase Government has been encouraging both local and foreign investors to set up industries in the country.

    Last week, the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) announced the increase of electricity . . .

  • Tanzania: Govt Revokes New Power Tariffs Set By Regulator

    Posted on :Tuesday , 3rd January 2017

    Dar es Salaam — The government yesterday revoked new electricity tariffs, only a day after they were announced by the regulator-- Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (Ewura).

    Energy and Minerals minister Prof Sospeter Muhongo took the unprecedented action in a letter ordering Ewura to shelve the planned increase in the cost of power supply.
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