Posted on :Tuesday , 3rd December 2019
Power Africa, a five-year American presidential initiative introduced by former President Barack Obama, has actively created 15 million new electrical connections bringing electricity to 70 million people.
The US government-led initiative that aims to double access to electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa was launched in 2013. It has a goal to add 30,000 megawatts of new power generation and. . .
Posted on :Monday , 2nd December 2019
Ethiopia has announced plans to upgrade certain equipment at the Gilgel Gibe II hydroelectric power plant after a successful conference held in Berlin, the German capital. Voith Hydro East Africa, the subsidiary of the German company Voith Hydro, has been chosen by the Ethiopian authorities to undertake the major project.
The contract was signed in Berlin by Seleshi Bekele, E. . .
Posted on :Friday , 8th November 2019
Ethiopia is seeking to boost energy approach in the country, and it looks forward to more cooperation and involvement of Chinese companies that could acomplish the existing opportunities in the East African country, the Ethiopian State Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Firehiwot Woldehana, noted.
Speaking at the China-Africa Energy Cooperation Forum in Ethiopia's capital Ad. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 30th October 2019
Konar Energy is all set to venture into the Ethiopian market by stepping into the third edition of POWER & ENERGY Africa in Ethiopia, taking place at the Millennium Hall, Addis Ababa, from 24 - 26 February, 2020
Konar Energy , established in 2013 with the slogan Temiz Clean energy for future generations' ; is a 100% subsidiary of. . .
Posted on :Monday , 18th November 2019
Kenya energy generator, KenGen has signed a Kshs 5.8 Bn deal to drill 12 geothermal wells in Ethiopia and boost the countries energy needs. In contract with Ethiopian independent power producer Tulu Moye Geothermal Operations (TMGO) PLC, KenGen will also grant water supply system and equipment.
After KenGen, won a contract to drill geothermal wells for the Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) . . .