Tanzania Plans Subsidy Program for CNG Vehicles

Works and Transport minister, Prof Makame Mbarawa, Dar es Salaam, said the government was thinking about giving subsidies for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles to energize take-up of the choice to fuel utilization.

“The public authority is thinking about acquainting a subsidy program program with draw in additional individuals to change their vehicles over completely to CNG,” said the minister during an occasion to celebrate 50 years of Scania in Tanzania held in Dar es Salaam.

The auto organization which starts from Sweden, bargains in the creation of transport vehicles.

Prof Mbarawa said the collaboration among Tanzania and Sweden has empowered advancement and critical improvement for a long time.
“I salute Scania for their extraordinary work in reinforcing the relations between our nations. I’m especially intrigued by these natural gas-powered vehicles, which will decrease working expenses and air contamination,” he said.

The Swedish Envoy to Tanzania, Charlotta Ozaki Macias, said it was extraordinary for an organization to keep going for 50 years in the Tanzanian market.

“I accept that Scania plays a significant part in guaranteeing that Tanzania moves towards a green economy,” she said.

Overseeing Head of Scania Tanzania, Lars Eklund, focused on that they keep on searching for venture open doors in the country to advance Tanzania’s turn of events.