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eCook National Policy & Markets Review - Tanzania (Working paper)

Published Date 

24 Oct 2019

References

Leary, J. et al (2019)

J. Leary, S. Batchelor, S. Sago, A. Minja, K. Chepkurui, E. Sawe, J. Shuma

About the publication

This report summarises the findings from a review of policy and national markets in Tanzania, with the aim of informing the development of a battery-supported electric cooking concept, eCook. Each country has unique market dynamics that must be understood in order to determine which market segments to target are and how best to reach them. It is part of a broader programme of work, designed to identify and investigate the opportunities and challenges that await in high impact markets such as Tanzania. The study had two dimensions:
1. to review the current regulatory framework in Tanzania and assess which policies are likely to accelerate the uptake of the eCook concept and which may present significant barriers.
2. to assess the state of the existing clean cooking and grid/mini-grid/off-grid electrification markets, which may provide the foundation for future eCook products/services