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Intervention:
Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA): Boosting renewable energy through public-private dialogue

Name of the intervention: Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA): Boosting renewable energy through public-private dialogue
Location: Tanzania
Partner: Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA)
Year: 2021

Output Area 1

Objective

The Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) is an umbrella organisation representing renewable energy stakeholders in Tanzania mainland. It seeks technical assistance to promote the use of grid-connected solar photovoltaic installations through the application of the country’s Net-Metering regulation. 

Description

The Government of Tanzania enacted the Electricity (Net-Metering) Rules in 2018 to support grid-connected solar photovoltaic systems. However, it has not been used yet. To understand and potentially address any challenges around the application of the regulation, TAREA will receive training in the area of public-private dialogue. Further, the ICR Facility will support TAREA with expert advice on the subject matter with the aim of considering ways to resolve the non-implementation of the Net Metering regulation in Tanzania to support the growth of solar photovoltaic installations in the country. 

Further Information

Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA)

Technical Assistance Factsheet

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