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Tanzania


POWER Digest [July 2020]

Germany Adopts National Strategies for Energy, Climate, Hydrogen. Twenty days before Germany commandeers the European Union Council presidency, Germany on June 12 adopted two national strategies that could further reshape…


Investing in African Energy—Weighing Risks and Rewards

Foreign energy companies are investing in Africa as that continent builds out its power generation infrastructure. But there are risks to those investments, as some governments—Angola, Tanzania, and Libya among…


GE Completes Gas Turbine Upgrade Ahead of Schedule at Tanzania’s Songas Ubungo Power Plant
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BADEN, SWITZERLAND—August 27, 2019—This week, the SSA Gas Power systems & Power services team announced they have successfully completed upgrades to the entire GE fleet of three LM6000PA and one LM6000PC gas turbines…


Tanzanian Village Gets Mini-Grid with Unique Business Model

French multinational power company ENGIE on October 20 inaugurated a mini-network comprising 16 kW of solar photovoltaic panels, a 45-kWh lithium-ion battery bank, and a back-up genset to supply power…


10 Energy Takeaways from the U.S.-Africa Summit

The Aug. 4–6 U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit shed light on the power plights faced by sub-Saharan African countries, but it also highlighted their massive power potential and the array of solutions…