Renewable energy options: Tanzania's power crisis

The worst power crisis in Tanzania's history continues to adversely impact our economic productivity, personal comfort and public safety. During this time many suppliers are proposing solutions that are expensive and not always well understood by potential customers. Clearly, it is time for us to take an intelligent approach to personal and business power-supply options.

In this line SWOPNet/Tanzania Development Gateway is hosting a special presentation on "Renewable energy options: Tanzania's power crisis" to help us all gain a better understanding of the issues, opportunities, and costs involved.

This unique event will be held in the ESRF Conference Hall on Wednesday 1st November beginning at 3pm and will last for approximately two hours, after which we shall serve light refreshments. (The event is free.) You are cordially invited to attend this event.

Our main speaker will be Eng. Deen Nathwani. He will make a detailed presentation on renewable energy options that can sustainably improve your business and personal effectiveness. Following the main presentation we will host an open discussion session where Eng. Nathwani and other experts in this important field will respond to your questions and discussion points. Our panel of experts includes Dr Mutesigwa Maingu of InterConsult, John Mwera of BP Solar, and Estomi Sawe of TaTEDO.

Because space is limited to 100 participants, we request you to confirm your attendance to Viola on OR or 071 331 8997.

The Economic & Social Research Foundation (ESRF) is located at 51 Uporoto Street, Ursino Estate, off the New Bagamoyo Road (when heading out of town, after the Morocco road traffic lights, take the second road to your left, then turn left again and you’ll see ESRF just ahead on your right). Please contact Viola should you require more detailed directions to the venue.