Tanzania: Framework for small IPPs
Issue 358 - 23 Nov 2017
There continues to be interest in small independent power producer (IPP) projects in Tanzania. In particular, the success of the off-grid renewables market, which has seen considerable investment over the past year, has led to hopes that small IPPs will prove less susceptible to the legislative and political hurdles facing larger projects.A regulatory framework for small IPPs, classed as between 100kW and 10MW, including procurement rules and a standardised power purchase agreement (PPA), were published by the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority on 24 October.
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