The Singida Geo Wind project is designed to improve Tanzania’s current power mix by utilizing natural wind resources for sustainability, thereby reducing carbon emission and increasing resilience to the National Grid
The company is currently developing 300MW of wind power on 2750 acres of land in the Singida region, located in north Tanzania. This specific location is optimal for this disruptive project since it has high speed wind, grid, and vehicles access.
Singida Wind Power Project is located in Singida region, Tanzania. within Kisasida, Mughamo and Unyankhanya Villages, 12 km East of Singida Municipality
Wind is used to produce electricity by converting the kinetic energy of air in motion into electricity. In modern wind turbines, wind rotates the rotor blades, which convert kinetic energy into rotational energy. This rotational energy is transferred by a shaft which to the generator, thereby producing electrical energy. Wind power has grown rapidly since 2000, driven by R&D, supportive policies and falling costs. Global installed wind generation capacity – both onshore and offshore – has increased by a factor of 98 in the past two decades, jumping from 7.5 GW in 1997 to some 733 GW by 2018 according to IRENA’s data. Onshore wind capacity grew from 178 GW in 2010 to 699 GW in 2020, while offshore wind has grown proportionately more, but from a lower base, from 3.1 GW in 2010 to 34.4 GW in 2020. Production of wind power increased by a factor of 5.2 between 2009 and 2019 to reach 1412 TWh. Geo Wind Power LTD has set a goal to identify and implement renewable power generation projects in the East & Central Africa Region.
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