Tanzania News – oktober 2013 – Engineers Without Borders UK (Warwick University) project in Serengeti

With great success, the first partner project between I Love Windpower Tanzania (ILWPT) and Engineers Without Borders (EWB) UK branch at the University of Warwick took place in September 2013 in the village of Kemgesi, Serengeti region, Tanzania. The new partnership (facilitated by James Low of Wind Empowerment) saw the two groups install a 1kW… Read more »

Tanzania News – 31 December 2012 – Spin off company Windpower Serengeti Ltd.

The last couple of months, the blogging activity of I Love Windpower Tanzania has decreased, because a lot of time and effort has been put in the Tanzanian spin off company Windpower Serengeti Ltd. Please contact that company directly for commercial wind power related questions. In the mean time, the Dutch NGO I Love Windpower… Read more »

Tanzania News – 4 april 2012 – Small-scale Wind Turbines in standard VETA Curriculum ?

After the successful ‘Training the VETA-Teachers’ from all over the country, a follow-up workshop was organized. The participants of this workshop are representatives from all the major stakeholders of Renewable Energy in Tanzania. The goal of this workshop was to produce a vision or a strategy, to get renewable energy into the standard curriculum of… Read more »