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Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd (TANESCO)


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TANESCO is a parastatal organisation created in 1964 and is under the Ministry of Energy and Minerals. The company’s core business is to generate, transmit, distribute and sell electricity to customers in Tanzania mainland and bulk supply to the island of Zanzibar. The company’s total installed capacity is 793MW of which 561MW is hydropower and the rest 232MW is thermal. About 96% of the installed capacity is located in the interconnected grid. The rest are isolated diesel power stations. The existing interconnected grid network consists of 2,781km of 220kV, 1,403km of 132kV, and 459km of 66kV. Distribution network consists of 8,325km of 33kV, 3,732km of 11kV and 12,992km of lower voltages. In 2002, there were about 473,546 domestic, light commercial and light industrial customers and 1,335 large industrial and commercial customers lined by these distribution lines. URL: http://www.tanesco.com/web

The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA)


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The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) is a non- profit International Association representing the sector of small hydropower. The association was founded in 1989 as an initiative of the European Commission. ESHA is a founding member of EREC (European Renewable Energy Council), which groups together all main European renewable energy industry and research associations. Since March 2000, ESHA has shared its headquarters with other EREC members in the Renewable Energy House, in Brussels.

ESHA is structured as a federation of EU national hydropower associations and is open to members from all sectors involved in small hydropower, i.e. equipment manufacturers, public utilities, independent producers, consultants, etc.

ESHA
Renewable Energy House Rue du Trône 26, 1000 Brussels - Belgium
Telephone: 32 2 546.19.45
Fax : 32 2 546.19.47
E-mail Secretariat: info@esha.be

URL: http://www.esha.be


The Norwegian Electricity Industry Association (EBL)


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The Norwegian Electricity Industry Association EBL is the trade organisation for around 260 generators, suppliers, distributors and a few water regulation associations.

The main purpose of EBL is to deal with industry-related economic and political issues on behalf of its members, to provide as good framework conditions for the industry as possible with respect to financial, legal and technical issues.

Internationally EBL represents Norway in Eurelectric – UNION OF THE ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY – based in Brussels. EBL is responsible for taking care of the joint Norwegian interests in the co-operation with the energy companies around the Baltic Sea (BALTREL).

URL: http://www.ebl.no


The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (OED)


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The principal responsibility of the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy is to achieve a coordinated and integrated energy policy.

A primary objective is to ensure high value creation through efficient and environment-friendly management of Norway’s energy resources.

Without good competitiveness, efficient use of resources and profitability in the energy sector, it will not be possible to create the jobs and revenues needed to maintain prosperity and employment.

Energy policy must be formulated to ensure the best possible use, within environmentally-acceptable limits, of the country’s overall supplies of labour, knowledge, capital and natural resources.

As the secretariat for the political leadership, the ministry’s objectives will develop through the government’s energy policy goals — as expressed, for instance, in relevant White Papers and Propositions (Bills) to the Parliament.

URL: http://www.regjeringen.no/en/ministries/oed.html?id=750


 
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