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Mini-Grid Electricity for Kibindu Village / Climate Change/Energy Access for Rural Communities

TaTEDO and SESCOM under the support of USADF Power Africa have installed a 40 KW Biomass /Solar Hybrid Plants with mini-grid in Kibindu Village, Bagamoyo District in Coast Region. The focus of the project is to provide clean and affordable electricity to the villagers who are using kerosene, diesel and gasoline for lighting, charging phones and other productive activities. The village community is located at a distance of about 55 kilometres from the national grid. The electricity is being distributed from the power plant to customers through a recently constructed mini-grid with a capacity of connecting of 200 households and SMEs.

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TaTEDO/SESCOM

TaTEDO/SESCOM
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Design

TaTEDO/SESCOM

TaTEDO/SESCOM
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania