Deputy National Authorizing Officer-EDF, Ministry of Finance
2019 – in progress
Description for HV Transmission Lines (Tanzania)
This is a feasibility study of high voltage transmission lines and substations for rural electrification in Tanzania financed by the European Development Fund (EDF).
Studio Pietrangeli is proud of being an active firm involved in this topic with the objective to provide sustainable access to electricity through construction of electricity infrastructures for rural electrification, in order to increase social and economic development of the populations in beneficiary areas.
The study is deemed to be essential in the framework of the rural electrification programs, but also providing options analysis for decentralized electrifications solutions.
The components of the project are: 220 kV and 132 kV transmission lines and 132 / 33 kV and 220 / 33 kV substation in the mainland Tanzania.
- Transmission Lines at 220 kV ( more than 600 km )
- Transmission Lines at 132 kV ( more than 800 km )
- 220/33kV Substations ( # 24 ) :
- Distribution transformers ( # 8 x 20 MVA, # 26 x 15 MVA, # 2 x 10MVA, # 14 x 5 MVA )
- 132/33kV Substations ( # 18 ) :
- Distribution transformers ( # 22 x 15 MVA, # 11 x 5 MVA )
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