Monday, February 17, 2020

SEK 500 million for electrification in Tanzania

Sweden puts focus on electricity for city people and rural farmers in Tanzania, granting SEK 500 million for a new programme to provide access to electricity in six districts in the Iringa and Ruvuma regions.

New transmission lines will make it possible to close down old and polluting diesel-driven power plants.

Three project contracts will be put out on tender.

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