Israeli firm to build second sewage treatment plant in Ethiopia – nazret.com

A general view shows the cityscape of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. (photo credit:REUTERS) Jerusalem Post Aiming to provide a more efficient and reliable alternative to the aging septic systems of Addis Ababa,... Read more »

Israeli firm to build second sewage treatment plant in Ethiopia … – Jerusalem Post Israel News

A general view shows the cityscape of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. (photo credit:REUTERS) Aiming to provide a more efficient and reliable alternative to the aging septic systems of Addis Ababa,... Read more »

Israeli firm to build second sewage treatment plant in Ethiopia – Jerusalem Post Israel News

A general view shows the cityscape of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. (photo credit:REUTERS) Aiming to provide a more efficient and reliable alternative to the aging septic systems of Addis Ababa,... Read more »

Ethiopia and Turkey sign five cooperation agreements related to various sectors – Ecofin Agency: Economic information from Africa

(Ecofin Agency) – Ethiopia and Turkey signed five cooperation agreements to boost trade between the two countries and strengthen cooperation in several sectors such as industry, energy, telecommunications and banking. The agreements... Read more »

Ethiopia: Unlocking the Door to Prolonged Growth – AllAfrica.com

opinion By Bereket Gebru A couple of centuries ago, the whole world regarded exponential economic growth as an impossible feat for states to accomplish. The leading economists of the time dismissed the... Read more »

November: Ethiopian PhD scholarship | News | University of Bristol – University of Bristol

The legacy of a University of Bristol graduate will continue in the form of a new scholarship, designed to help Ethiopian people better understand the threat volcanoes pose to life, livelihood and... Read more »

Ethiopia: Roles of the New Political Arena in Boosting Power Generation – AllAfrica.com

opinion By Abebe Wolde Giorgis The government made great effort to construct numerous hydro power dams. The history of Ethiopia in the previous system is characterized by political upheaval and instability. This... Read more »

Ethiopia Receives World Bank Support to Expand Access to Electricity – AllAfrica.com

press release Washington — The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved a $200 million International Development Association (IDA)* additional credit to improve the reliability of the electricity network and services in... Read more »

Ethiopian Electric Power gives Italian firm Koysha hydro contract

Last week, the Italian construction company, Salini Impregilo, announced that it signed a contract agreement with EEP to build the Koysha hydroelectric power plant estimated at €2.5 billion ($27 million) to be located... Read more »

Ethiopia says consultants failed to reach joint vision on GERD – Sudan Tribune

November 7, 2015 (CAIRO) – Ethiopia’s minister of water and energy Motuma Mekasa said the French and Dutch consultants have failed to come up with a common guideline to implement the technical... Read more »