The Government of United Republic of Tanzania and Sweden through Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) in Collaboration with the UK Government, through its Department for International Development – DFID, signed a Specific Agreement in which the Swedish and UK Governments will finance the development of rural energy modern services through the Rural Energy Fund (REF) which is managed by the Rural Energy Board (REB).
On behalf of the Rural Energy Board, I have a pleasure to present the Annual Report for the financial year 2013/14. The report covers the performance of the implementation of the rural energy projects, audited financial statements, challenges faced by the Agency as well as way forward. It is our duty to continue to inform all our esteemed stakeholders about our operations in this 7th year since establishment of the Agency. As establishing made clear depict, REA is a statutory body, entrusted to promote and facilitate access to modern energy services in rural areas of Mainland Tanzania.
The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has set aside funds for the operation of the Rural Energy Agency during the Financial Year 2015/16. It is intended that some of the funds will be used to cover eligible payments under the contract for Consulting Services for Preparation of Rural Electrification Master Plan.
The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has set aside funds for the operation of the Rural Energy Agency during the Financial Year 2015/16. It is intended that some of the funds will be used to cover eligible payments under the contract for Provision of Consulting Services for Detailed Survey, Detailed design, Preparation of Bidding Documents and Construction Supervision of Medium Voltage (MV) Lines , Distribution Substations, & Low Voltage Lines and Customer Connections in all Regions of Mainland Tanzania under Turnkey Phase III.
The Rural Energy Agency is now issuing the General Procurement Notice in accordance with the requirements of Public Procurement Act 2011 and its Regulations, 2013 for the purpose of informing Bidders, Suppliers, Service Providers and General Public on tender opportunities during Financial Year 2015/2016 as shown in the documents attached.
"Serikali peke yake haiwezi kufanya kazi hiyo tunahitaji kushirikiana na Sekta Binafsi, Taasisi za Kifedha na Washirika wa Maendeleo. Uhakika wa umeme utawezesha wananchi wengi zaidi kujiingiza katika shughuli za kiuchumi” Dkt. Lutengano Mwakahesya
Working session on "Partnering with private sector and financial institutions in energizing rural transformation" organized by the Rural Energy Agency.
The Rural Energy Agency (REA) is a Government institution established under the Rural Energy Act, 2005. Its main role is to promote and facilitate access to modern energy services in rural areas of Mainland Tanzania. The Agency is inviting applications from dynamic, energetic and proactive Tanzanians with appropriate technical skills and experience to fill the following vacant positions: