Miombo Hewani Wind Farm is a 300MW onshore wind power project. It is planned in Njombe, Tanzania. The project is currently in permitting stage. It will be developed in multiple phases. Post completion of the construction, the project is expected to get commissioned in 2023.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Onshore||300||–||300||Permitting||Njombe, Tanzania||Eurus Energy Holdings; Windlab Developments Tanzania|
The project is being developed and currently owned by Eurus Energy Holdings and Windlab Developments Tanzania. The company’s ownership stake in the project stands as 25% respectively.
The project is expected to supply enough clean energy to power 1,000,000 households. The project cost is expected to be around $750m.
Post completion of the construction, the project is expected to get commissioned in 2023.
Power Purchase Agreement
The power generated from the project will be sold to Tanzania Electric Supply under a power purchase agreement.
Miombo Hewani Wind Farm (Miombo Hewani Wind Farm_I) will be equipped with Nordex turbines. The phase consists 34 turbines.
About Eurus Energy Holdings
Eurus Energy Holdings Corp (Eurus Energy), a subsidiary of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, is a renewable energy company that generates power through various renewable sources such as wind and solar photovoltaic. The company’s services include location survey, wind or sunlight study, basic design, consultations for transmission of electricity, approval procedures, design, construction of wind farms, construction of solar power plants, operation and maintenance, repairs and servicing. It works with communities for developing optimal solutions and expanding renewable energy technologies. The company also operates through power generation facilities in the America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Eurus Energy is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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