Our Partners

In order to achieve its goals TAREA is collaborating with various partners from different countries.

  • ACCESS Coalition

    To advocate for people living in poverty to have access to safe, reliable and affordable energy, and for environmentally sustainable and efficient energy systems globally.

    The ACCESS coalition consists of a range of civil society organisations (CSOs), both international and national. It aims to strengthen the visibility and presence of CSOs working to deliver universal energy access, particularly within Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll), Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) implementation and other global energy initiatives. It advocates at national and regional levels for transparent and inclusive multi-stakeholder participation at all stages of energy processes. It works with donors and investors to build their understanding of the energy needs of poor groups. It supports capacity building of civil society actors and share best practice across its networks.

  • Alternative Energy Africa


    Alternative Energy Africa

    Alternative Energy Africa is the continent's first magazine dedicated to literally filling the energy information gap in Africa. Alternative Energy Africa provides its readers updates on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news, and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent, all of this in addition to global project news and groundbreaking technology coverage. And to complement the magazine, www.AE-Africa.com offers the latest updates between issues making the AEA online and print duo "the premiere source" of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.

    For more see the official webpage.

  • Associazione Mazingira

    Associazione Mazingira is an Italian NGO  whose members have been active for years in volunteering, both Trentino and international, dealing with issues related to the conservation of the environment and the sustainable use of resources. Some of them in particular have been operating for years in an area of southern Tanzania, the Udzungwa Mountains, a place of very high biodiversity. To protect this environmental heritage, in 1992 the Udzungwa Mountains National Park was born, which strongly limited access to the forest to the local populations. This has created heated conflicts between the Park and the local community, which would like to exploit the forest without restrictions and controls. In June 2011, any kind of access to the forest was definitively forbidden and there was certainly be an escalation of the conflicts. Hence the need to create an association that deals specifically with environmental conservation, sustainability, cooperation, development aid and training, in Africa as elsewhere, with the aim of reducing conflicts and integrating the environment into life and in the culture of local communities, with a participatory approach.

  • Associazione Microfinanza e Sviluppo Onlus

    Associazione Microfinanza e Sviluppo Onlus is an Italian NGO working to promote micro finance. It supports TAREA with financing community solar systems. The funds are solicited from the Waldensian Evangelical Chrch and the Autonomous Province of Trento. The solar systems are installed at a market place and a bus stand. Associazione Microfinanza e Sviluppo Onlus plans to support solar revolving funds at Malinyi village through Village Cooperative Banks (VICOBA).



     

  • Associazione Nadir Onlus

    On 17 January 2005, the Nadir Onlus Association, in consideration of its statutory aims to fight AIDS, set up a foundation for scientific research called  "Nadir Onlus Foundation"  or  "Nadir Foundation Onlus", confirming its commitment to the development of an active role of people with chronic diseases, both in the choices that concern their own health, and in choices aimed at optimizing the quality of life. The Foundation aims to contribute - directly or in collaboration with universities, public and / or private health facilities, other research institutions and other foundations or associations or the private sector - the promotion and development of medical research in the field of HIV / AIDS, infectious diseases and related specialties for scientific studies (hepatitis, co-infection), activating in scientific research, information, training and education.

  • Autonomous Province of Trento

    Trentino, officially the Autonomous Province of Trento, is an autonomous province of Italy,  in the country's far north. Trentino is, along with South Tyrol,   one of the two provinces making up the region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, which is designated an autonomous region under the constitution, The province is divided into 177 comuni (municipalities). Its capital is the city of Trento. The province covers an area of more than 6,000 km2 (2,300 sq mi), with a total population of about 540,000. Trentino is renowned for its mountains, such as the Dolomites, which are part of the Alps.

    The history of Trentino begins in the mid-Stone Age. The valleys of what is now Trentino were already inhabited by man, the main settlements being in the valley of the Adige River, thanks to its milder climate.

    In the early Middle Ages, this area was included within the Kingdom of Italy and the March of Verona. In 1027, the Bishopric of Trent was established as a State of the Holy Roman Empireby Emperor Conrad II. It was an ecclesiastical territory, roughly corresponding to the present-day Trentino, governed by the Prince-Bishops of Trento.

    The Council of Trent, held in three major sessions from 1545 to 1563, with the first at Trento, was one of the important councils in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. It was an articulation of Roman Catholic doctrine in response to the Protestant Reformation, and specified doctrine on salvation, the sacraments, and the Holy Biblical canon.

    After the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century, the bishopric was secularized and absorbed into the Austrian County of Tyrol. It was governed by the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. The region was the location of heavy fighting during World War I, as it was directly on the front lines between Austria-Hungary and Italy. Trentino remained a part of Austria-Hungary until after the end of the war in 1919, when it was annexed by Italy in the Treaty of Saint-Germain.

    After World War II, the Italian and Austrian Foreign Ministers signed the Gruber-De Gasperi Agreement, creating the autonomous region of Trentino-South Tyrol, consisting of the autonomous provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol. Since this treaty, Trentino enjoys considerable autonomy from the Italian central government in Rome. It has its own elected government and legislative assembly.

    In 1996, the Euroregion Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino was formed between the Austrian state of Tyrol and the Italian provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino. The boundaries of the association correspond to the old County of Tyrol. The aim is to promote regional peace, understanding and cooperation in many areas. The region's assemblies meet together as one on various occasions and have set up a common liaison office to the European Union in Brussels.

    Autonomous Province of Trento is the official sponsor of the on-going projects of Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) through Associazione Microfinanza e Sviluppo Onlus.


  • BSW Solar

    BSW Solar

    ​BSW-Solar is the German Solar Industry Association that works with TAREA in promoting Tanzania solar sector. The areas of operations cover:

    • Quality assurance
    • Capacity Building
    • Business matchmaking
    • Awareness raising
    • Advocacy on enabling policy, regulations and incentives

    Three market segments of concentrations are: Off-Grid Stand-alone PV Systems (e.g. Solar Home Systems, Solar lanterns), PV Hybrid Mini-Grids and Grid-Connected PV for self-consumption / Net-Metering.

    Further information on BSW Solar can be obtained at the link www.solarwirtschaft.de

  • Climate Technologies Centre and Networks


    Climate Technology Centre & Network

    TAREA is the member of Climate Technologies Centre and Networks (CTCN) that is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, hosted by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The Centre promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development at the request of developing countries. We provide technology solutions, capacity building and advice on policy, legal and regulatory frameworks tailored to the needs of individual countries.

    TAREA through COSTECH has received 2 project supports on:

    (1) Training of solar technicians

    (2) Development of biomass cooking energy for the regions of Pwani, Lindi and Mtwara.


  • German-Tanzanian Partnership (DTP)

    DTP e.V.

    TAREA has partnership with Deutsch-Tansanische Partnerschaft e.V  (DTP). Partnership works on cultural exchange and promotion of renewable energy and environmental friendly technologies. TAREA plays a role of technical support to the German Volunteers that are sent by DTP to Tanzania.

  • H.O.T AFRICA

    H.O.T AFRICA is the Hands On Training, a non profit organization found in Edinburg, Scotland with Charity Number SCO46294. H.O.T AFRICA has partnered with TAREA to implement the following activities:

    1.0 Providing practical training courses in Solar Photovoltaic installation and maintenance to those in Africa without access or means to train

    2.0 To reduce poverty by creating employment and self employment opportunities by training people in skills which are in short supply and 

    3.0 To improve people's health and the environment by promoting the use of clean energy produced by Solar Photovoltaic, Micro Wind Turbines and Micro-Hydro Systems.

  • LIFE Academy

    LIFE Academy is a global actor in capacity building and knowledge exchange for sustainable development. We have a network of members in more than 80 countries and more than 20 years’ experience. With sustainable development as a mission and business idea, we train and support decision makers in companies, public agencies and organizations all over the world. We have performed a great number of ITP programs (International Training Programs sponsored by Sida) in different areas. 

  • National Gender and Sustainable energy network

    NGSEN

    ​TAREA is the member of National Gender and Sustainable energy network (NGSEN) is a network advocating for women empowerment and increased access to modern energy technologies and services in Tanzania. 

  • North South Iniative e.V.

    NSI

    ​North South Initiative e.V is the German NGO with mission to foster renewable energies in the sub-Saharan world by utilizing domestic materials.

    Its current focus is on projects in Tanzania. It cooperates with TAREA in promoting renewable energy vocational training.

    Further information can be obtained at the link www.nsiev.com

  • Photon Energy Foundation

    Photon Energy Foundation is a Dutch non-profit organisation focusing on the development of local communities by providing clean and safe solar power solutions that help to electrify households and to ensure clean drinking water supply. Using the application of PV systems we electrify rural regions, while cutting-edge water management technologies enable us to provide clean drinking water. Our projects improve the lives of local communities by giving them the means for a healthier and sustainable lifestyle.

  • Power for All

    Power for All advances renewable, decentralized electrification solutions as the fastest, most cost-effective and sustainable approach to universal energy access. 

    Power for All:

    Unifies the voice of the “beyond the grid” companies and organizations to advocate for specific supportive financial and policy enablers.

    Mobilizes the broader sector—manufacturers, distributors, consumers—to de-position fossil-fuel-centric “business as usual” approaches to addressing energy access.

    Proactively positions renewable, decentralized energy as premium-quality, climate- resilient products and services that enable a wide-range of productive uses for the global community.

    TAREA is one of the Power for All members who support the advocacy on various subjects that aim at promoting renewable energy.


  • REEEP

    REEEP is an international multilateral partnership that works to accelerate market-based deployment of renewable energy and energy efficient systems in developing countries.

    REEEP invests in clean energy markets in developing countries to reduce CO2 emissions and build prosperity. Based on a strategic portfolio of high impact projects, REEEP works to generate energy access, improve lives and economic opportunities, build sustainable markets, and combat climate change.


  • Science Museum of Trento (MUSE)

    Museum of Science in Trento (MUSE) was opened in 2013, designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano. It offers a variety of possibilities to discover and explore the world and its secrets.

    The new MUSE is located south of the historic Palazzo delle Albere in the new city district Le Albere, which was also planned by Renzo Piano. Since 2013 the new museum replaces the old science museum of Trento. It stretches over 6 floors with a length of 130 m each, the entire area is about 12,600 m². 

    In this museum science and technology show the interaction of humans and the environment. The MUSE especially invites young, children and families to a wonderful journey into science and nature


  • SNV Netherlands Development Organisation

    TAREA has partnered with SNV since early 2011, with an aim to support renewable energy market development in Tanzania, focusing particularly on ICS (for domestic and institutional use), biogas and briquettes. Since 2014, the partnership expanded to include Opportunities for Youth Employment (OYE) and engagement in the pico-solar space. TAREA is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Result-Based Financing (RBF) Fund for pico-solar market development, which is part of the Energising Development (EnDev) programme in Tanzania as managed by SNV.

  • Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology Commission

    Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) is a parastatal organization with the responsibility of coordinating and promoting research and technology development activities in the country. It is the chief adviser to the Government on all matters pertaining to science and technology and their application to the socio-economic development of the country.

  • Tanzania Private Sector Foundation

    TPSF

    TAREA is the member of ​Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) which was established as a company limited by guarantee in order to promote private sector-led social and economic development in Tanzania and specifically it is aiming to carry out the following functions:

    • Providing member organizations with services they value;
    • Understanding and representing their common interest; and
    • Engage the Government in effective advocacy and lobbying.

  • Urbis Foundation

    Urbis Foundation

    ​Urbis Foundation is the German NGO that promotes the sustainability of natural resources and mitigation of the poverty.
    It has been supporting TAREA in the activities of advocacy, awareness raising and youth renewable energy capacity building. In the year 2016 it supports TAREA on the activities of pico solar revolving fund through women village community banks (VICOBAs) in Malinyi, college students networking, renewable energy day and advocacy of renewable energy e-wastes regulations development. Further information can be obtained at the link www.urbis-foundation.de

  • Wind Empowerement

    Wind Empowerment connects members in the field of locally built small wind turbines worldwide as a knowledge sharing network.