Building Africa’s energy landscape for a sustainable future.
Who We Are
Tatanga Energy is a developer of Independent Power Projects (IPPs) and is focused on delivering rapidly deployable and affordable sources of clean energy across Africa. Tatanga Energy seeks to establish operations in select geographies with sound regulatory environments, renewable energy frameworks and overall positive power sector trends.
The principals of Tatanga Energy have extensive IPP development experience and have built a strong operational team which leverages complementary skill sets and the invaluable relationships that they have formed over time with local and international advisers, investors, lenders, and EPC contractors.
Tatanga Energy is currently developing 3 renewable energy projects in Zimbabwe ( 2 solar photovoltaic ‘p.v’ projects and a wind project). Tatanga Energy’s flagship project is a 400 MW solar p.v. park that is being developed in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe at a site adjacent to Sable Chemicals. The first 50 MW phase of the project is licensed and is expected to supply much needed electricity to the national grid by 2025.
The Sable Solar Park project will enable Sable Chemicals to regain its capacity to produce green ammonia through an electrolysis process. It is anticipated that an updated electrolysis bank powered by approximately 115 MW of renewable energy will be incorporated into subsequent phases of the project.
Tatanga Energy’s second solar project is a 5 MW solar p.v. plant that is being developed in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Central Zimbabwe. The first phase of the project, a 157kWp + 300 kWh BESS solar mini grid, has been commissioned and is currently providing the ‘own consumption’ energy needs of St Patrick’s Mission, a large Anglican Church run educational and health facility located in Gweru, Zimbabwe.
Tatanga Energy’s third project is a wind project is the 100MW Guruve-Mazowe Wind Power Project being developed in partnership with Enerfin Sociedad de Energia, S.L.U. The project is being developed in the Mashonaland Central Province on the border of Guruve and Mazowe rural districts.