Posted on :Wednesday , 16th March 2022
Rural Energy Agency (REA) and Tanescoare set to connect 155 villages in Rukwa with electricity by the end of this year thanks to 41.8bn/- fund.
Rukwa'sTanesco acting Regional Manager, Joseph Malongo, told the Regional Consultative Committee (RCC) that under the 2nd round of REA Phase III the remaining 155 village in Rukwa will be connected coming this December.
Posted on :Tuesday , 15th February 2022
The Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is upgrading its power production stations to boost electricity generation in the country.
The power stations currently under extension include Kinyerezi I which will generate 185 MW and Ubungo III 112 MW.
Maharage Chande, Director General of TANESCO told journalists during a tour to inspect the work progress t. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 23rd November 2021
Recently, Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa announced that 10,361 villages out of the East African country's 12,317 villages had been connected to electricity by October 2021, owing to the ongoing Tanzania rural electrification project.
Adjourning a two-week parliamentary session in the capital Dodoma, Majaliwa said that the number of villages connected to electricity . . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 17th November 2021
The state-owned Tanzania Electric Supply Company estimates the electricity needs of Mafia Island in the Pwani Region at 2,200 kWh. Currently, the 60,000 residents of Mafia meet a large part of this need (2,180 kWh) with generators, which emit carbon dioxide.
The project â€œPromotion of Waste-to-Energy (WtE) Applications in Tanzaniaâ€™s Agro-I. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 16th November 2021
Following a recent visit to the site of the Stiegler's Gorge hydroelectric dam, Medard Kalemani, the Tanzanian Minister of Energy, accompanied by Assem Gazzer, his Egyptian counterpart in charge of public works gave an update on the progress of the project. According to the official, the project is already 62.7 per cent complete. The work is currently focused on the installation of the draft tu. . .