The 220/33 kV substation development project for Tanzania’s MTERA Dam hydroelectric power plant began in 2018 with the aim of supplying electricity to villages in Tanzania’s Dodoma and Iringa provinces and is currently being completed. The project is defined by the Tanzania Rural Energy Agency (REA) and consists of five phases, the first of fourth of which include the construction of medium voltage lines and is being carried out by Tanzanian contractors, and the fifth phase of project, which is 220/33 kV substation development. It is the responsibility of SUNIR Company.
This project is SUNIR’s first contracting project in Tanzania and the prelude to entering this important market in East Africa, and the company has been able to complete and delivered equipment on time, despite sanctions, numerous banking problems and lack of cooperation of banks in opening LCs for manufacturers. Supply and transport. Despite the corona pandemic and its resulting restrictions, Sunir Company is still actively present on the project site for implementation of its construction, and at the same time continues to participate in new tenders in Tanzania to expand its presents in this country.