Tanzania has diverse energy sources including biomass, natural gas, hydro, coal, geothermal, solar and wind power and uranium, much of which is untapped. Hydropower is a significant electricity source, providing around 35% of total generation. The country’s development of natural gas reserves and infrastructure for LNG export and domestic use, along with gas-fired power plants shows great promise.


12 June 24

Additionally, deploying mini-grids and off-grid solutions, especially those integrating renewable sources, can enhance energy access. Investment in energy-efficient technologies across various sectors and participation in public-private partnerships for power generation and distribution infrastructure, supported by favourable government policies, further bolsters the energy investment landscape.

Click here to download and read the full guide.

Should you have any questions about this power guide do not hesitate to contact Shemane Amin.