MoEM – Rumakali Hydroelectric Power Plant 220 MW – Tanzania - Project Profile
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Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MoEM) along with Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is planning to construct the Rumakali Hydroelectric Power Plant project in Iringa, Tanzania.
The project involves the construction of a hydroelectric power plant with a power generation capacity of 220MW. It includes the construction of a powerhouse, a substation and diversion tunnels, the installation of turbines, generators and transformers, and the laying of transmission lines.
In September 2010, the government of Tanzania signed a memorandum of understanding with JSC Zarubezhstroy, part of Russia’s Borodino Group, for the development of the project.
The project is to be built over a three to five year period by Borodino and its subsidiaries Stroyecologia, Baltic-CGEM-Komplekt and ACC Engineering. New Russian technologies and construction practices are to be implemented on the project.
Power generated from the plant will be sold to Tanzania Electric Supply Company, known as Tanesco, the state power utility.
In October 2013, China Gezhouba Group Company Ltd (CGGC) was appointed as a construction contractor.
The project will be funded by the World Bank and International Development Agency (IDA) Funds.
The project involves the construction of a hydroelectric power plant with a power generation capacity of 220MW in Iringa, Tanzania.
The US$700 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a powerhouse
2. Construction of diversion tunnels
3. Construction of a pen stock
4. Construction of shafts
5. Construction of a substation
6. Installation of turbines, generators and transformers
7. Laying of transmission lines
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