Elsewedy Electric Industrial Complex

Developed to manufacture the equipment needed to serve Tanzania’s 2025 industrialization strategy, Elsewedy Electric Complex houses numerous factory facilities that produce everything from cables and wires to transformers, PVC, and meters, resulting in USD 21 billion in cable imports per year.


A logistics center covering 4,800 sq m has been included in the plans, making the complex one of the largest industrial projects in the nation as well as a means for Tanzania to export material to neighboring countries.

The complex is built over 120,100 square meters of land and funded by an investment of USD 35 million to reach $50 million upon completion, an injection that, in addition to showing confidence in the opportunities this manufacturing compound will create for the community, boosts the nation’s economy through an influx of foreign currency. 


It is set to create over 500 jobs for engineers during the first phase of the launch of the wires and cables unit and is expected to reach 1,000 jobs upon completion. 

Talented youths from across the region are also provided with technical training through an on-site vocational academy operating under international standards.


This structure is not only a crucial milestone signifying the beginning of the country’s economic independence but also a reputable career gate for an aspiring labor market.



Julius Nyerere Hydropower Project (JNHPP)

Julius Nyerere Hydropower Station is a hydroelectric dam under construction across the Rufiji River in eastern Tanzania. Although controversial, the government approved the plans in 2018. 


The power station is expected to have an installed capacity of 2,115 megawatts and to produce 5,920 GWh of power annually, serving approximately 60 million Tanzanians.

Located across the Rufiji River in Stigler’s George, in the Selous Game Reserve, it is, aside from generating electric power for its prime purpose, a control gate for deadly floods that occasionally result in major losses in lives and goods with a severe impact on the national economy.

The project meets most of the UN 17 sustainability goals as it manages a wisely precious resource, creates thousands of jobs, bridges an energy gap, stimulates the economy, and opens wide gates for investors to penetrate Tanzania.

The reservoir will offer controlled fishing with the introduction of marine inhabitants such as hippos and crocodiles, as well as exciting tourist attractions in water sports, fishing, and sailing.


Annually, it generates 6,307 GWh , enough to supply 16.6 million households

Generating 2,115 MW of renewable energy.

Saves up to 400 hectares of trees annually.

Predictable water supply will enable the introduction of efficient commercial agricultural schemes.

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