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  • Tanzania talks with LNG energy investors to start soon - TPDC

    Posted on :Tuesday , 20th October 2020

    Dr James Mataragio, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation's Managing Director, said in Dar es Salaam earlier that the host government agreement talks with the consortium of IOCs led by Royal Dutch Shell and Equinor will pave way for a final investment decision.

    "We are making progress because we have just finished land acquisition after compensating all affected people in Lindi Regi. . .

  • Tanzania: AFD lends Euro 230M for electricity, water and sanitation

    Posted on :Friday , 7th August 2020

    Permanent Secretary, Mr. Doto M. James, Ministry of Finance and Planning of the Government of Tanzania and Mrs. Stephanie Mouen, French Development Agency (AFD) country Director, signed 3 financing agreements for a total sum of 230 Million Euro (approximately 600 Bn TZS), in the presence of the French Ambassador. These funds are concessional loans targeting at improving electricity access in ru. . .

  • Tanzania plans to construct Hydropower Plants and Transmission Lines

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) has awarded Multiconsult consultancy contracts for the 222MW Rumakali and 358MW Ruhudji Hydropower and transmission lines projects in Tanzania.

    Multiconsult will undertake feasibility studies, prepare the conceptual design and tender documents, and conduct environmental and social impact assessment studies for the two proposed hydropower. . .

  • More than 1.5 Million Tanzanians to Receive Power from Market Leader, Greenlight Planet

    Posted on :Wednesday , 11th March 2020

    Greenlight Planet, the market leader in the fastest growing pay-as-you-go (PAYG) solar industry, has successfully executed clean and reliable energy access to more than 1.5 million people in Tanzania. With a strong partner-led and direct distribution network, Greenlight’s Sun King products are now in more than 300,000 Tanzanian households, have offset more than 300,000 metric. . .

  • The Chinese Group Sany Heavy Industries to Produce 600 MW of Wind Energy in Tanzania

    Posted on :Tuesday , 14th January 2020

    Possibility to have the largest wind farm on the African continent is only when the project of the Chinese group Sany Heavy Industries comes to fruition. The group, which concentrates in the manufacture of construction machinery, is diversifying its activities, also producing wind turbines.

    For many years, the company has been developing its own projects. In Tanzania, it has acquired agr. . .


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