Japan promises support on geothermal training for Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (source: flickr/ Ali Damji, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 13 Aug 2013

Japan announces a program that could train up to 1,000 Tanzanians on geothermal development with a planned start in January of 2014, as recently announced by the Japanese government at an event in Tanzania, Africa.

Announced at a recent conference in Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, the Japanese Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry announced that Japan has promised to train up to 1,000 Tanzanians on geothermal power issues to enable the country for the development of geothermal resources.

The training is expected to start in January 2014.

No further details were made available. There are now several nations promoting geothermal training for the upcoming geothermal nations of the world, among them are private universities, but also the United Nations University Geothermal Training Program.

Source: All Africa