Japan-Funded Geothermal Project Hobbled By Shortage of Water

By Berhanu Fekade One of the projects funded by the Japanese government in Ethiopia, the newly-initiated Alto Langano geothermal power plant, is said to be delayed due to shortage of water supply... Read more »

Ethiopia Adopts Israeli AORA Day/night Solar Power System

Israeli AORA’s Tulip solar power system gets its first commercial application in Ethiopia. Powered primarily by the sun, AORA’s Tulip energy system works 24/7 – even at night and when it’s cloudy... Read more »

AORA Slates First Off-Grid Solar-Biogas Hybrid Electricity Plant for Ethiopia

Biomass Published on December 4th, 2014 by Glenn Meyers 0 December 4th, 2014 by Glenn Meyers  Electricity in many parts of rural Africa isn’t spoken about much because it doesn’t exist. That... Read more »

We can learn a few lessons from Ethiopia

Follow Ethiopia has not been a good example over the decades despite priding itself of not having been colonised. DEVELOP ME WITH TAPIWA GOMO There are number of reasons why the world... Read more »

Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan to select consultancy firm

Tesfa-Alem Tekle October 21, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed to choose an international firm that will study the hydrological and socio-environmental impacts of Ethiopia’s massive hydro power... Read more »

Ethiopia welcomes Egypt’s change of heart over Nile water row

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle June 13, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopia on Thursday commended Egypt’s unprecedented and an official decision to peacefully resolve a long-standing dispute with Addis Ababa over a controversial power... Read more »
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Ethiopia: Egyptian fears over new dam ’groundless’

Yohannes Anberbir Afrik : The Ethiopian government has downplayed the effect that a dam it is planning to build near the Sudanese border could have on lower Nile riparian sates, Egypt and... Read more »