Not only are reserves of traditional fuel sources such as coal, wood and oil running low, but global warming, coupled with an increasingly vocal public, means countries and energy companies around the globe are clamouring for efficient, effective, and longterm solutions.
Tanzania is no exception. The task at hand could be seen, at least initially, as something of a paradox: how can energy companies produce more energy, while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact? Such objectives are, however, eminently achievable.
With technologies continually advancing, and with scientific experts continuing to discover and refine ways to generate vast quantities of clean energy, the majority of the world has committed to moving away from fuels that pollute the air and heat the planet.
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