Ethiopian singer and the UN Refugee Agency’s, supporter Betty G recently visited Somali refugees in Ethiopia. She applauds to contributions of some of the 219,284 Somali refugees Ethiopia is currently hosting to the local development.
The Government of Ethiopia has awarded 12 small-scale solar energy development projects to three Chinese and one Spanish firms.
Following water shortage within the hydrometric dams, the government of Ethiopia is forced to cut electric power supply for five hours every day across the nation for the coming two months.
Two turbines of Tekeze Hydropower Dam of Ethiopia have started generating 150 megawatts of electricity this week after several months of disfunction.
The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) is set to invest $1.8 billion in Ethiopia’s electric power transmission and distribution lines.
South Korea Exim Bank has provided $264 million loan to the Government of Ethiopia supporting ongoing development projects of the government.
The Government of Ethiopia and Russia inked a nuclear development deal, which enables the former to use nuclear power as an alternative renewable energy source.
A Kenyan and two Chinese companies have secured a geothermal power project in Ethiopia after the government re-launches the Aluto Langano geothermal project.
Ethiopia Electric Utility (EEU) collects 3.2 billion birr (about $114 million) bill from its customers during the first six months of Ethiopian calendar started July 8, 2018.
Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) on Monday has signed two energy deals with Chinese companies – a $113 million contract with Voith Haydo Shanghai and a $40.1 million contract with CGGC.
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has approved an equity investment of up to $25 million in ARCH Africa Renewable Power Fund (ARPF).
Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU), the state owned electric power distribution agency of Ethiopia, is set to launch a new utility bill collection system for its corporate clients.
The Ministry of Finance of Ethiopia is set to launch an international bid for the construction of six mega solar projects worth $800 million.
The Ethiopian Government expressed its plan to sell electric power to Gulf Countries by signing and agreement to launch feasibility study on Saturday.
The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) has approved a $32.5 million equity investment, which will be directed towards bankable energy projects within Africa.
Four years after the construction of Ethiopia’s 4.1 billion birr (around $150 million) Melka Sedi thermal power generation plant began, only less than 30% of the total project is completed.