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  • NTPC Gets Contracts To Help Set Up Solar Projects Abroad

    Posted on :Friday , 3rd September 2021

    India's strategy of showcasing its green energy credentials abroad has gained traction, with state-run NTPC Ltd securing a raft of project contracts under the aegis of the International Solar Alliance in Cuba, Niger and Malawi to help set up solar projects to meet their electricity demand, said 2 people aware of the development.


    NTPC has been awarded the project management co. . .

  • TANZANIA: IDA Finances the Integration of Solar Energy Into the Zanzibar Grid

    Posted on :Thursday , 24th June 2021

    The Zanzibar authorities are receiving strong support in their electrification process. The support comes from the World Bank Group, which has just approved USD 142 million for the modernisation of the local electricity network and the integration of renewable energy. Of this funding, USD 117 million represents a credit from the International Development Association (IDA). The remaining USD 22 . . .

  • TANZANIA: Dodoma Agrees With AFD on A 150 Mwp Solar Plant in Kishapu

    Posted on :Thursday , 24th June 2021

    The loan agreement was signed recently in the Tanzanian capital Dodoma between the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Emmanuel Tutub, Frederic Clavier, the French Ambassador to Tanzania and Stephanie Mouen Essombe, the Director of the French Development Agency (AFD) in Tanzania.


    The French bank is validating a 130-million euro loan for the constructi. . .

  • Solar Technology Helps Women Farmers in Tanzania Cut Post-Harvest Losses

    Posted on :Monday , 29th March 2021

    Women farmers in Tanzania have harnessed solar technology to reduce post-harvest losses, improving food security, panellists learned at an Afdb event held in February to launch its Gender and Energy brief on the status of gender mainstreaming in Tanzania’s energy sector.


    The brief targets to provide recommendations that will inform policy making by governme. . .

  • Tanzania set to lead in bloc power production

    Posted on :Wednesday , 5th August 2020

    Tanzania in the next 3 years will become the prominent power producer and supplier in the East African region following the fifth phase government bold move to implement the Julius Nyerere Hydropower project along Rufiji River in the Coast Region.

    The mega flagship development power project which is financed 100 per cent by the government at a cost of TSh 6.55 trillion, commenced in June. . .


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