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Ethiopia says it has earned over $165m in revenue for sale of electric power over the last 10 months. Out of the amount, $49m was from supply to neighbouring Sudan and Djibouti. The state-affiliated FANA broadcasting corporate (FBC) quoted an official with the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity as saying the amount fell short of the country’s target of $200m. According to FBC, the suppliers were meeting local power demands and had plans to sell electric power to other countries as more power generating units are completed. It was not exactly clear which other entities were customers of Ethiopia. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Beside Sudan and Djibouti, Kenya and Tanzania are also in the process of getting power from Ethiopia. A 400MW deal has been reached with Tanzania and Kenya is also looking to buy an estimated 200MW to compliment its energy. Work on the Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam (GERD) is past the 50% mark, it is estimated that it will produce over 6,400MW of power – and will have the pride of being the largest on the continent. Ethiopia is in line to become the subregion’s leading power exporter and renewable energy hub on the continent. A combination of their power" />
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initiative chain of importance of ANDM have a place with the Tigray/Tigrigne ethnic gathering aside from Adisu Legese. On the off chance that any one takes a gander at the rundown of the Executive Committee of the association, Berket Simeon, Helawi Yoseph, Kasa T/Birhan, Tadese Kasa and most of its Central Committee individuals are all Tigryans. At the point when the TPLF did an across the country meeting that prompted the present government plan, the main ethnic gathering that was not spoken to is Amhara. This reality is even demonstrated in 1991 point of fact by the perished previous head administrator amid a meeting on national TV. He stated, ". . . nobody came to us and straightforwardly mentioned to take an interest in the gathering as an agent of the Amhara." That is the reason Amhara lost colossal pieces of its familial domain to Tigray, Oromia, Afar and Benishangul. At the end of the day, the EPDM that didn't speak to the Amhara individuals and their enthusiasm at the previously mentioned meeting was and is simply a burden by the TPLF to fill the vacuum and principle what is left of the massively shrank Amhara territories. Subsequent to bouncing to the steed wagon of decision Amhara, the prompt assignment of EPDM was to change its shading and show up as an Amhara. That is the reason it changed its name to ANDM. To the unrepresented and alarmed populace of Amhara the inconvenience was and is felt as though the military fascism came back with another tone, however with an increasingly vile and coercive distractive motivation of eviscerating Amhara piece by piece to the point of being indistinguishable.

Ethiopia says it has earned over $165m in revenue for sale of electric power over the last 10 months. Out of the amount, $49m was from supply to neighbouring Sudan and Djibouti. The state-affiliated FANA broadcasting corporate (FBC) quoted an official with the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity as saying the amount fell short of the country’s target of $200m. According to FBC, the suppliers were meeting local power demands and had plans to sell electric power to other countries as more power generating units are completed. It was not exactly clear which other entities were customers of Ethiopia. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Beside Sudan and Djibouti, Kenya and Tanzania are also in the process of getting power from Ethiopia. A 400MW deal has been reached with Tanzania and Kenya is also looking to buy an estimated 200MW to compliment its energy. Work on the Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam (GERD) is past the 50% mark, it is estimated that it will produce over 6,400MW of power – and will have the pride of being the largest on the continent. Ethiopia is in line to become the subregion’s leading power exporter and renewable energy hub on the continent. A combination of their power
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