EWURAâ€™s Director for Corporate Affairs, Ms Nauingishu Mollel, receives an Award from the Depute Minister for Finance, Mr. Mwigulu Nchemba after EWURA emerging top winner for early and proptly submission of the PPF contribution. The event took place in September 2014 in Arusha during PPF Annual Conference
EWURA's Technical Manager for Water and Sewarage, Eng. Exaud Fataeli (in glasses) handing over a special gift to Ms. Katrin Gronemeier, during a farewell party for the later, who has been working at EWURA as an Advisor for Water Programme Tanzania, under the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ). Ms. Gronemeier will now work in GIZ headquarters in German after her contract has ended
A section of UWURA employees listening to a presentation by Staff Sergent Alex Ojode (standing) from the City Fire Brigade during a fire fighting training held at EWURA offices in June 2014
EWURA Board Chairman, Mr. Simon Sayore (left) stressing a point during a discussion with the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Mr. Eliakim Maswi (right) and the Managing Director of Tanzania Electricity Supply Company (TANESCO), Eng. Felcheshmi Mramba, at EWURA offices in Dar es Salaam, September 2014
Director General, Mr. Felix Ngamlagosi (standing), makes a presentation before the Minister of State in Presidentâ€™s Office (Special Duty) Hon. Prof. Mark Mwandosya, when the later visited EWURA in July 2014
Prof. Mark Mwandosya (seated, centre) in a group photo with EWURA Board of Directors and the Management. On the left is EWURA Board Chairman, Mr. Simon Sayore, and right is EWURA Director General, Mr. Felix Ngamlagosi. Second row in a white shirt is EWURA Board member, Mr. Omar Bendera, and close to him in a white shirt with a tie is another EWURA Board Member, Mr. Nicholas Mbwanji
A cross section of EWURA employees listening to presentation by a facilitator, during a seminar on health issues and life after retirement. This was in Dar es Salaam, June 2014
The Minister for States (Special Duty) Prof. Mark Mwandosya (left) officially handing over his book titled â€śUdhibiti wa Huduma za Kiuchumi Tanzaniaâ€ť to EWURA Board Chairman Mr. Simon Sayore, when the minister visited EWURA in August 2014
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The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) hereby publishes monthly cap prices for petroleum products, applicable in Tanzania Mainland. These retail and wholesale prices are applicable effective fromÂ Wednesday 5thÂ Â August 2015. Please see attached files for more details...
The Ministry of Energy and Minerals has on 4th August 2015 issued Model Power Purchase Agreements for seven energy technologies, for use in negotiating Power Projects in Tanzania (Mainland), to be used as guidance for projects larger than 10MW (i.e. not Small Power Producer) and include Hydro, Natural Gas, Oil, Coal, Geothermal, Solar and Wind.Â The Model PPAs issued to EWURA for use in negotiations between project developers and the power off-taker.Â This is one of the key milestones in the Electricity Sector Reform Strategy and Roadmap that was launched in June 2014 by the Minister for Energy and Minerals.
Â The Model PPAs are not to be used for SPPs; these have Standard Power Purchase Agreements.
EWURA is announcing for the suitable candidates to apply for Â Stores Officer,Â Human Resources Officer,Â Principal Revenue Accountant,Â Assistant Accountant cum Administrator,Â Transport Officer,Â Driver,Principal Legal Officer (Board Matters),Â Principal Legal Officer (Enforcement),Â Senior Legal Officer (Legal Services),Â Zonal Electricity Inspector,Â Senior Water Engineers,Â Water Quality Analyst (Water Engineer) andÂ Senior Local Content Officer
The draft rules have been prepared in line with the requirements of section 15(7) of the Electricity Act, Cap. 131, which requires among other things, the licensee to maintain and keep records of all accidents which occur in the course of performing their licensed activities. Â The draft rules are expected to create legal obligation to all licensee in electricity sub sector to conduct their licensed activities in such a way that will avoid injuries to person and damage to properties. The rules require a licensee to report Â to Authority all accidents Â resulting into loss of life, injury to person and damage to properties as stipulated under these Rules. Â
Having completed the draft rules, Â EWURA is Â requesting for your comments Â before 15th August, 2015 for the purposes of making these rules more effective to meet its objectives.