The energy balance in Tanzania is dominated by the use of fossil sources. The supply is inefficient and costly while the use of traditional biomass sources such as firewood and charcoal continue to affect the health of consumers through pollution.
Further, the average demand for electricity is growing at between 10 and 15 per cent annually, widening the gap between energy and supply. RE sources and technologies provide an opportunity for the country to break away from this energy trap.
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