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Energy and development in Tanzania



Energy and development in Tanzania



Energy Policy 21(5): 441-453



Although per capita consumption of commercial fuels in Tanzania remains low, the energy sector faces a number of difficult challenges. As in most other countries, energy policy formulation takes place in the context of great uncertainty, being the result of pressures exerted by conflicting interests, particularly with respect to fuel pricing. The Tanzania National Energy Policy was recently adopted after a process of studies and public hearings which spanned more than a decade.

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