The United Republic of Tanzania

TANZANIA INVESTMENT CENTRE




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As of 30th June 2016, Tanzania had 131 regulated water utilities. These included the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA), Dar es Salaam Water Supply Corporation (DAWASCO), 23 Regional Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities (RWSSAs), 98 District and Township Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities (DTWSSAs) and eight National Projects Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities (NPWSSAs) Due to the variations in methods employed in the water abstraction, treatment and distribution water supply tariffs varies from one water supply authority to another. In FY 2015/16, the average tariff for Water supply and sanitation in Tanzania stood at an average of TZS 1,037.4 per m3
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The electricity supply industry in Tanzania is currently dominated by the Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO), which is a vertically integrated state owned company. TANESCO owns and carries out generation, transmission and distribution of electricity up to the final consumers, and sells electricity in bulk to Zanzibar Electric Company (ZECO) through submarine cables to Zanzibar and Pemba Islands. On the generation side there are other players which include Independent Power Producers (IPPs), Small Power Producers (SPPs) and Emergency Power Producers (EPPs). As of June 2016, the installed capacity in the Isolated Grid was 84 MW, while installed capacity in the Main Grid was 1,358 MW. The Maximum Demand attained was 1026 MW, recorded on 15th March 2016. During the 205/16 period a total of 6,449 GWh were available for sale which implies a 2.9% increase as compared to 6,262 GWh reported during the previous year. These units were received from TANESCO plants, IPPs, SPPs and imports from neighboring countries. Read More.....

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