The electricity markets of Kenya and Tanzania are power scarce, with low electricity access and per capita consumption levels. Electricity demand here is set to increase significantly, driven by the economic upturn and increasing urbanization. Kenya and Tanzania are focusing on utilizing their natural gas and geothermal energy resources to meet the growing power requirement, shifting away from dependence on hydro power and costly diesel power.
With significant investments anticipated for upgrading the generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure, the private sector would play a pivotal role in power generation through Independent Power Projects. This research service provides an insight into the current and future developments of the electricity supply industry in these countries and the potential opportunities for future investments.
Key Questions the Study will Answer:
- What are the key macroeconomic indicators for the countries under consideration?
- What is the existing structure of the electricity supply industry and its key stakeholders?
- What is the current status of power generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure in the selected countries?
- What future developments are proposed in power generation, transmission, and distribution?
- What has been the trend of electricity tariffs in the selected countries?
What factors (drivers and restraints) could prove decisive in shaping
the electricity markets for Kenya and Tanzania in the future?
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Scope of Study
7. The Last Word
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