Application of Tanzania solar street light and solar garden wall light
In the past ten years, the Tanzanian economy has grown at an average rate of about 7%. Manufacturing, mining, and strong tourism development.
In 2019, that the Tanzanian government intends to invest $216 million to build a 112-kilometre outer ring road in the capital. The project will last for 3 years to solve the problem of road congestion in Dodoma. New energy sources, such as solar energy, can also be used in infrastructure construction. Tanzania is rich in solar resources and is vigorously building Pv power generation projects to relax the pressure caused by power shortages.
Solar energy is a renewable energy source and can’t run out. Compared with traditional resources, solar resources are more environmentally friendly and sustainable. For example, solar street lights use solar panels to convert solar energy into electrical energy to achieve lighting.
Recommend several Tanzania solar street lights and solar garden wall lights for you:
Advantages of use solar lights in Tanzania
Solar street lamps use LED lamp beads, without wiring. Solar power led street lights do not require a lot of labour force and material resources to install. And have no maintenance cost and are very suitable for areas with unstable power supply or power shortages.
The average temperature in most parts of Tanzania is 21-25℃. The more than 20 islands in Zanzibar have a tropical maritime climate with hot and humid all year round, with an average annual temperature of 26°C. Rainfall distribution: There are two rainy seasons in the surrounding provinces of the Lake Victoria Basin and the northeast inland. The short rainy season occurs from September to December, and the long rainy season occurs from March to May. Rainfall in other regions is concentrated from November to April. According to Tanzania’s weather conditions, you can choose solar led light fixtures with good waterproof performance and corrosion resistance.