Market News | POWER & ENERGY Ethiopia 2019

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  • TANESCO Power Project Extends Power Supply Across Africa

    Posted on :Wednesday , 30th January 2019

    In order to exchange electricity effectively the state-owned power utility firm is currently undertaking the Kenya-Tanzania Power Interconnection Project (KTPIP).

    The project includes building of a 400kV transmission line from Singida to Isinya in Kenya through Babati, Arusha and Namanga.

    Kenya’s extension of transmission line to Ethiopia and while Tanzania e. . .

  • First phase of power pool project to be completion by mid 2019

    Posted on :Friday , 17th August 2018

     Concluding the first phase of the region's power pool project, the Ethiopia and Kenya electricity transmission interconnector is anticipated to be completed next year.

    Tanzania was given more than $450 million by the World Bank for a similar project that will connect the country to Zambia and South Africa, under the regional power pool project.
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  • Ethiopia- Measures Taken to Bridge Electricity Gap

    Posted on :Monday , 16th July 2018

     Over 70% of people still have no access to electricity even though the current grid covers about 60% of the towns in Ethiopia. 

    This gap motivates the government to look for various partnerships that will assist in connecting this number of people to the national grid.
    GE Grid Solutions a global power firm announced it has c. . .

  • Ethiopia- Tendaho Geothermal Project Gets US $9m Grant From AFD

    Posted on :Monday , 9th July 2018

     The AFD which stands for French Development Agency has approved US $9m grant for the development of the Tendaho geothermal project.
    The signing of the grant agreement took place at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation between Frederic Bontems, Ambassador of France to Ethiopia, Ethiopian State Minister of Finance and Economic Cooperation,. . .

  • East Africa- First Waste-To-Energy Plant to be Introduced in Ethiopia

    Posted on :Saturday , 2nd December 2017

    The Reppie thermal plant is being built in Ethiopia’s capital which will be commissioned by the beginning of 2018. It will incinerate approximately 1,400 tonnes of waste. This represents 80 percent of the city’s waste generation, accounting for 400,000 tonnes per year.

    This means that the power plant will provide electricity to 30 percent of its househol. . .


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