Kinyerezi II Combined-Cycle Power Plant (240 MW)

CSI is proud to be supporting the construction of Tanzania’s first combined-cycle power plant.  The plant, on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam city, will add 240 MW to the national grid, and is expected to generate almost 15% of the country’s total power capacity by 2018. Fuelled by natural gas piped from Mnazi Bay, the plant is expected to save Tanzania up to a billion dollars a year by reducing dependency on oil imports.

CSI has been contracted to erect all the plant’s electromechanical equipment including six gas turbines, two steam turbines, heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) units, Balance of Plant (BOP) packages, as well as provide full cabling and piping structures. This landmark project reflects CSI’s reputation as the partner of choice for clients seeking engineering and infrastructure excellence.


Power & Infrastructure


Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO)


Toshiba Plant Systems and Services Company


$15 million

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