The Rural Energy Master Plan is Tanzania’s tool for planning and implementation of rural energy provision. It covers the twelve-year period from 2019 until 2030, and builds on existing plans and strategies for rural energy provision, including the Energy Policy and the Rural Electrification Prospectus, and the progress that has already been achieved in rural energy provision. The Rural Energy Master Plan’s main topics are electricity and cooking energy. It provides a plan for expansion of electricity provision through grid extensions, mini-grid development, and stand-alone s...Read more
EXPANSION OF MODERN ENERGY SERVICES TO RURAL COMMUNITIES
The Inception report was discussed with the Project Management Unit (PIU) and the Reference Group for the Rural Energy Master Plan in June 2017. After discussions and comments, the Inception report was updated and the final version was submitted to REA on 5. July. The Inception report describes the background and context for the project, a preliminary assessment of renewable energy resources relevant for off-grid energy development, and the Consultant Team’s methodology and work plan for the Master Plan development. The interception report can be downloaded from publications. ...Read more
THE RURAL ENERGY MASTER PLAN IS THE ROADMAP FOR HOW TANZANIA PLANS TO PROVIDE ENERGY TO THE POPULATION AND COMPANIES IN THE RURAL AREAS.
The Inception Report for the Rural Energy Master Plan presented key assumptions and principles for the development of the Rural Energy Master Plan. This included Assumptions for scenario development Targets for electricity access and connectivity, improved cooking solutions and biomass use Definitions and terminology The ...Download Read more