Tanzania’s energy ministry has released a master plan mapping the cost of revamping its ailing energy sector by 2040.
The power plan, unveiled by the Tanzanian energy ministry on Monday, stated that 70% of the $46.2bn investment it seeks would be financed by debt and the remaining 30% would come from the government’s own resources.
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