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Small Hydro Resource Mapping in Tanzania - Prefeasibility Study: Muhuwesi

This study, is part of a technical assistance project, which aims at supporting resource mapping and geospatial planning for small hydro. It is being undertaken in close coordination with the Rural Energy Agency (REA) of Tanzania, the World Bank’s primary Client country counterpart for this study. The objectives of the study are to improve the quality and availability of information on Tanzania’s small hydropower resources and to contribute to a detailed comprehensive assessment and to a geospatial planning framework of small hydro resources in Tanzania.

Citation

World Bank. 2018. Small Hydro Resource Mapping in Tanzania: Prefeasibility Study - Muhuwesi. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/294181518200816370/Small-Hydro-Resource-Mapping-in-Tanzania-Prefeasibility-Study-Muhuwesi

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