Ethiopia hit by power cut as dam’s circuit breaks

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A technical fault at a controversial hydroelectric dam caused the blackout A nationwide power cut hit Ethiopia overnight after a technical fault at... Read more »

Ethiopia: Fears Over Ethiopian Dam’s Costly Impact On Environment, People

Photo: Daily Nation Fishermen on Lake Turkana. Human Rights Watch says the water body is on the brink of drying up due to Ethiopia’s Gibe Dams project. analysis By... Read more »

A dam draining life in Ethiopia – Deutsche Welle

Business Construction of the Gibe III dam on the Omo River displaced indigenous groups who had called the area their home for centuries. Now their land, with its... Read more »

Ethiopia: Dams, Plantations a Threat to Kenyans | Human Rights … – Human Rights Watch

In 2015, the reservoir behind the new Gibe III dam in Ethiopia began filling. Water that previously flowed unimpeded into Lake Turkana, replenishing seasonal drops in lake levels, has... Read more »

Ethiopia: Dams, Plantations a Threat to Kenyans – Human Rights Watch

In 2015, the reservoir behind the new Gibe III dam in Ethiopia began filling. Water that previously flowed unimpeded into Lake Turkana, replenishing seasonal drops in lake levels, has... Read more »

Ethiopia Gibe III dam causes Kenya water shortage: rights group

A view of the Gibe III hydroelectric dam during its inauguration in Shoma Yero village in Ethiopia, Dec. 17, 2016 VOA NAIROBI — Ethiopia opened its Gibe III dam... Read more »

Ethiopia opens Africa's tallest and most controversial dam – The Economist

SUB-Saharan Africa’s largest mass-housing programme; its first metro; its biggest army. Ethiopia’s government likes to deal in superlatives. Last week the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) added... Read more »

Ethiopia opens Africa's tallest and most controversial dam | The … – The Economist

SUB-Saharan Africa’s largest mass-housing programme; its first metro; its biggest army. Ethiopia’s government likes to deal in superlatives. Last week the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) added... Read more »

Ethiopia opens Africa’s tallest and most controversial dam

SUB-Saharan Africa’s largest mass-housing programme; its first metro; its biggest army. Ethiopia’s government likes to deal in superlatives. Last week the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) added... Read more »

Ethiopia bids to become wind capital of Africa – CNN.com

Ethiopia is also committing resources to developing other forms of renewable energy. The majority of its energy comes from hydropower, such as the recently inaugurated Gibe III dam in... Read more »