Edenville Energy (EDL) announced last week that it has held further meetings with Shandong Electric Power Construction No. 2 Company (SEPCO2) for the development of the Rukwa Coal Power Project in the South West Tanzania.
Shoreline, a power solutions company incorporated in Nigeria and operating throughout the Sub Saharan Africa region, recently announced that it is planning to issue bonds worth of USD 2 billion to buy crude and gas assets in Tanzania and Equatorial Guinea.
During the second Sub-Saharan Africa Solar Summit 2015 (SSA Solar) that took place in Dar es Salaam on 23rd-24th June, the Tanzania Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) announced that a new and competitive tender system for solar (photovoltaic) and wind power projects is being implemented.
Tanzania has launched the Online Mining Cadastre Transactional Portal (OMCTP) to provide an electronic platform for all stakeholders in the mining sector in Tanzania to engage directly with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals.
The U.S. Government's Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the Department of Commerce and 10 American companies were recently in Dar Es Salaam to conclude the first half of a trade and investment mission to explore business opportunities in Tanzania’s energy sector.