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  • Tanzania: Biggest Hydro Electric Plant Construction Ongoing

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd September 2021

    Installation of 27 transformers to increase transmission voltage of electricity produced at the Julius Nyerere Hydro Electric Power Project in Tanzania has started.


    Once completed the new transformers will increase the transmission voltage from 15kV to 400kV. Also known as the Stiegler Gorge Dam and the Rufiji Hydroelectric Power Project, the project is planned to eventually . . .

  • East African Energy sector boosted by recent positive global investments

    Posted on :Monday , 13th September 2021

    The East Africa region is increasingly becoming an area of interest in the eyes of international investors in energy projects from around the world. 

    The recent substantial FDI influx in the East African energy sector has re-ignited the global appetite resulting in the rising number of delegates exploring the region through channels like the . . .

  • Tanzania: Over TZS 180bn Allocated To Electrify 1,956 Villages

    Posted on :Friday , 18th June 2021

    The government through the Ministry of Energy has allocated TZS 181 billion for rural electrification in the 2021/22 fiscal year. Minister for Energy, Dr Medard Kalemani told the parliament on 2nd June 2021 that all villages will be electrified by the end of year 2022.


    Tabling his ministry's TZS 2.3 trillion budget, Dr Medard Kalemani said at least 1,956 villages are yet to b. . .

  • Wind Farm at Lake Turkana Recorded A High Capacity Factor

    Posted on :Friday , 3rd September 2021

    Earlier this year, the Lake Turkana Wind Power farm, consisting of 365 turbines, recorded its highest capacity factor rating.


    In March 2021, the Lake Turkana Wind Power plant's consortium announced that it had recorded a "good month" having achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8 per cent, "the highest in the last 31 months that we have been in operation."


  • Spudding-In Marks Progress for Tanzania’s Geothermal Aspirations

    Posted on :Friday , 26th March 2021

    The principal research and innovation engineer at Tanzania Geothermal Development Company, Eng. Chagaka Kalimbia announced on LinkedIn the successful spudding-in of the 1st geothermal well in Tanzania.


    The well Kiejo-Mbaka KMB-01 was spud-in on 22 March 2021 at around 11:09 am EAT stated Eng. Kalimbia, the project lead.


    The planned works on the project curr. . .


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