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Impact of Power Rationing On the Tanzanian Economy. 20 April 2006. Quantification of Impact. Based on TANESCO 1980 study Cost of “un-served” energy is US$1.0 per kWh A 2004 study result was US$2.0 per kWh Reflecting increased electricity use in the economy. Source: World Bank - Tanzania.

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quantification of impact
Quantification of Impact
  • Based on TANESCO 1980 study
    • Cost of “un-served” energy is US$1.0 per kWh
  • A 2004 study result was US$2.0 per kWh
    • Reflecting increased electricity use in the economy

Source: World Bank - Tanzania

world bank shortage estimate
World Bank Shortage Estimate

Source: World Bank - Tanzania

world bank shortage estimate1
World Bank Shortage Estimate

Source: World Bank - Tanzania

estimated cost to the economy
Estimated Cost to the Economy

Source: World Bank - Tanzania

estimated cost to the economy1
Estimated Cost to the Economy

Source: World Bank - Tanzania

impact on estimated gdp
Impact on Estimated GDP
  • Tanzania GDP for 2006 estimated at $614.9 million without power rationing
    • 5% reduction - assuming cost impact of US$1.1 per un-served kWh
    • 9% reduction – assuming cost impact of US$2.0 per un-served kWh

Source: World Bank - Tanzania