AfDB will provide affordable electricity to 121 villages in Tanzania

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In line with its Light up and power Africa initiative, the African Development Bank is expanding access to reliable and affordable electricity with funding support for the construction of the Zuzu substation in Dodoma, connecting 121 villages to the power supply in the capital city.

The Bank provided USD 64.855 million to finance part of the country’s Backbone Transmission Investment Project, which included the construction of 670-kilometre Iringa-Dodoma-Singida-Shinyanga transmission line and four extended 220-kV substations.

Source: DevDiscourse

 

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