Market News | Power & Energy Tanzania 2018

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  • First phase of power pool project to be completion by mid 2019

    Posted on :Friday , 17th August 2018

     Concluding the first phase of the region's power pool project, the Ethiopia and Kenya electricity transmission interconnector is anticipated to be completed next year.

     
    Tanzania was given more than $450 million by the World Bank for a similar project that will connect the country to Zambia and South Africa, under the regional power pool project.
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  • Tanzania- Stieglers Gorge water project almost complete

    Posted on :Friday , 3rd August 2018

     According to the Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Stiegler’s Gorge water project in Tanzania is now at 80% complete.

    Dr. Suphian Masasi, DAWASA Acting Chief Executive Officer, confirmed the news and said that the project, which is implemented through the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA), is expected to be completed by August 15 this year.
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  • Tanzania to Generate 7mw for Mafia Island

    Posted on :Monday , 11th June 2018

     The Tanzanian government has finished two preliminary studies to connect electricity to Mafia Island in the Indian Ocean through submarine cable and generate 7 megawatts through thermal, solar, and wind sources.

     
    Ms. Subira Mgalu, Deputy Minister for Energy told the National Assembly that the hybrid power was comparatively cheaper than other sources.
  • Stiegler's Gorge Energy Project in the Works

    Posted on :Friday , 8th June 2018

     The government has vowed to go ahead with its plan to build the 2,100MW Stiegler's Gorge energy generation project.

     
    Subira Mgalu, Minerals deputy minister recapped the government's stance in Parliament during the televised Questions and Answers Session when responding to a question by Kawe legislator Halima Mdee-(Chadema).
     
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  • Self-Sufficiency is Key for Tanzania

    Posted on :Tuesday , 5th June 2018

     It is estimated that about 30 percent of Tanzanians have access to electricity from the national grid and self-installed energy sources.

     
    That is the case despite the country having abundant energy sources. Access to electricity has remained one of the major challenges in Tanzania.
     
    32.8 percent of Tanzanians accessed electricity i. . .

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