List of power stations in Tanzania

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The following page lists all power stations in Tanzania.

Hydroelectric[edit]

Hydroelectric station Region Coordinates Type Capacity (MW) Year completed Name of reservoir River
Mtera Power Station Dodoma 7°08′S 35°59′E / 7.133°S 35.983°E / -7.133; 35.983 Reservoir 80[1] 1979 Mtera Reservoir Rufiji River
Kihansi Power Station Morogoro 8°34′S 35°51′E / 8.567°S 35.850°E / -8.567; 35.850 Reservoir 180 2000 Kihansi Reservoir Kihansi River
Nyumba ya Mungu Power Station Kilimanjaro 3°49′S 37°28′E / 3.817°S 37.467°E / -3.817; 37.467 Reservoir 8 1967 Nyumba ya Mungu Reservoir Mt. Kilimanjaro Streams
Kidatu Power Station Morogoro 7°38′S 36°53′E / 7.633°S 36.883°E / -7.633; 36.883 Reservoir 204 1976 Kidatu Dam Rufiji River
Pangani Power Station Tanga 5°20′S 38°39′E / 5.333°S 38.650°E / -5.333; 38.650 Reservoir 68 1994 Pangani River
Hale Power Station Tanga 5°17′S 38°36′E / 5.283°S 38.600°E / -5.283; 38.600 Reservoir 21 1964 Pangani River
Kikonge Power Station Ruvuma 10°30′29″S 34°43′46″E / 10.50806°S 34.72944°E / -10.50806; 34.72944 Reservoir 300[2] 2025 (Expected)[2] Ruhuhu River

Thermal[edit]

Thermal power station Community Coordinates Fuel type Capacity (MW) Year completed or completion expected Name of Owner Notes
PAP Diesel Power Station Dar es Salaam 6°40′27″S 39°11′14″E / 6.6741°S 39.1873°E / -6.6741; 39.1873 (PAP Diesel Power Station) Diesel 100[3] 2002 PAP Operational
Ubungo I Thermal Power Station Dar es Salaam Natural Gas 100[4] 2007 Tanesco Operational
Ubungo II Thermal Power Station Dar es Salaam Natural Gas 120[5] 2011 Symbion Power Limited[6] Operational
Tegeta Thermal Power Station Dar es Salaam Natural Gas 45[7] 2011 Tanesco Operational
Mtwara Thermal Power Station Mtwara 10°15′35″S 40°02′19″E / 10.259732°S 40.038604°E / -10.259732; 40.038604 (Mtwara Thermal Power Station) Natural Gas 18[8] 2008 Tanesco Operational
Somanga Thermal Power Station Somanga 8°25′00″S 39°17′00″E / 8.416667°S 39.28333340°E / -8.416667; 39.28333340 (Somanga Thermal Power Station) Natural Gas 7.5[9] 2010 Tanesco Operational
Dodoma Thermal Power Station Dodoma Diesel 55[10] 2011 Symbion Power Limited Operational
Songas Thermal Power Station Dar es Salaam Natural Gas 180[11] 2004 Songas Power Limited Operational
Arusha Thermal Power Station Arusha Diesel 50[12] 2012 Symbion Power Limited Operational
Nyakato Diesel Power Station Mahango 2°32′32″S 32°57′58″E / 2.5423°S 32.9662°E / -2.5423; 32.9662 (Nyakato Diesel Power Station) Heavy Fuel Oil 60[13] 2013 Tanesco Operational
Kinyerezi I Thermal Power Station Kinyerezi Natural gas 150[14] 2015[15] Tanesco Expected
Dangote Industries Tanzania Thermal Power Station[16] Mtwara 10°18′33″S 40°10′42″E / 10.309167°S 40.178333°E / -10.309167; 40.178333 (Dangote Industries Thermal Power Station) Coal 75 Dangote Industries Tanzania Limited Planned

Wind[edit]

Wind power station Community Coordinates Fuel type Capacity (megawatts) Year completed Name of Owner Notes
Singida Wind Power Station[17] Singida 4°53′58″S 34°47′22″E / 4.899450°S 34.789432°E / -4.899450; 34.789432 (Singida Wind Power Station) Wind 100[18] 2017 (Expected)[18] Wind East Africa Limited Under construction

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MISA (15 February 2009). "Tanzania: Mtera Dam Is Full, Why Blackouts?". The Zimbabwean. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Out-law.com (12 August 2016). "African Development Bank backs study into Tanzania hydropower and dam project". Afrotrade.net Quoting Out-law.com. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 
  3. ^ Mwakyusa, Alvar (14 October 2014). "IPTL Switch-To-Gas Order Under Close State Watch". Daily News (Tanzania). Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  4. ^ EWURA, . "Overview of Tanzania's Electricity Sector". Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA). Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  5. ^ Tarimo, Judica (21 May 2011). "Symbion Takes Over Dowans Power Plant Purchase Deal Clinched At USD120 Million". IPPMedia.Com. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  6. ^ Symbion Power, . (3 June 2011). "Ubungo II Thermal Power Station Also Known As 120MW Symbion Power Plant, Tanzania". Symbion Power Limited. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  7. ^ Tanesco, . (2010). "Tanesco: Government Funded - Completed Projects". TANESCO. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  8. ^ Tanesco (2012). "Capacity of the Mtwara Wentworth Power Limited Plant Is 18MW". Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Electric Supply Company. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  9. ^ Tanesco (24 September 2016). "Somanga Gas Plant". Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (Tanesco). Retrieved 24 September 2016. 
  10. ^ Symbion Power, . (November 2011). "About Dodoma Thermal Power Station". Symbion Power Limied. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  11. ^ GE, . "About Songas Thermal Power Station". General Electric (GE). Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  12. ^ Symbion Power, . (2012). "About Symbion Power Station, Arusha Tanzania". Symbion Power Limited. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  13. ^ The Guardian Reporter, . (9 September 2013). "Jakaya Kikwete Launches 60MW Nyakato Power Plant". IPP Media. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  14. ^ TDN Reporter, . (27 March 2014). "Tanzania: Mtwara Gas Project Execution Pleases State". Tanzania Daily News (TDN) via AllAfrica.com. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  15. ^ Senelwa, Kennedy (16 June 2015). "Kinyerezi Plant To Add 150MW To Tanzania Grid". The EastAfrican (Nairobi). Retrieved 18 June 2015. 
  16. ^ Ng'wanakilala, Fumbuka (4 November 2014). "Dangote Cement Seeks Licence for 75 MW Power Plant In Tanzania". Reuters, United Kingdom. Retrieved 4 November 2014. 
  17. ^ Mayallah, Elisha (6 December 2016). "Tanzania wind farm to be ready by 2017". East African Business Week. Kampala. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  18. ^ a b IFC (2015). "Tanzania Welcomes First Wind Farm". Washington, DC, USA: International Finance Corporation (IFC). Retrieved 8 September 2016. 

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