At a glance
Tanzania Electricity Access is limited but it has been growing in recent years. Around 36 % of population now lives in proximity of the grid and 20% had access to the network according to the latest data available in the Action Agenda.
Access to clean cooking solutions is still very limited also in urban areas. Biomass-to-energy is responsible for 90% of the total primary energy consumption in Tanzania and 90% of the biomass demand is for household consumption (firewood, charcoal, crop residues). Renewable Energies, mainly large hydro, represents 38% of the installed capacity in 2012.
The Government of Tanzania has shown strong global leadership by becoming one of the first countries to opt-in on the SEforALL Initiative, it prepared a RAGA and developed and adopted the Action Agenda and the Investment Prospectus through a consultative process with the stakeholders of the Energy Sector, namely Donors, CSOs, NGOs and the private sector. The Action Agenda set the ambition of achieving more than 75% access to both clean cooking and electricity, while achieving at least 50% of RE in the power sector. Energy efficiency is also set to improve at a 2.6% a year.
The SEforALL implementation is coordinated by a focal point in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: FIRST CALL
The United Republic of Tanzania: Ministry of Energy and Mineral - Rural Energy Agency (REA)
Application Deadline is 11:00 EAT (8:00 GMT) on Friday, November 4th, 2016.
Ministry Energy and Minerals.
News from Tanzania
|SEforALL Action Agenda Objectives||2030|
|Electricity Access, national||>75%|
|Access to non-solid fuels, national||75%|
|Renewable Energy Capacity||n.a.|
|Renewable Energy Output on-grid||n.a.|
|Energy Efficiency||-2.6% per year|
|Country Action Documents||Status|
|Access to electricity (% of population)||14.8%||15.3%||15.5%||-|
|Urban (% of urban population)||46.2%||46.4%||41.2%||-|
|Rural (% of rural population)||3.7%||3.6%||4.0%||-|
|Access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking (% of population)||2.0%||2.0%||2.0%||-|
|Population, total||45.6 Million||48.6 Million||51.8 Million||-|
|Renewable energy consumption (% of total final energy consumption)||90.3%||86.4%||86.7%||-|
|Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output)||51.7%||32.2%||42.3%||-|
|Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)||93.9||94.6||100.0||-|