Access to affordable energy supply is a real booster in today’s competitive business landscape so to say in the developing world where businesses scramble to better position themselves against the competitors somewhere else. The cost of electricity is one of the major factors in investment decisions in the manufacturing sector.
Then, comes the question of reliability of the electricity supply. Utilities, particularly those in the developing world, are constantly challenged in balancing affordability and/against reliability. In their ongoing struggle to address both cases, power theft constantly stands on their way.
The Office of Public Private Partnership Directorate General announced the issuance of the Request for Qualification (RFQ) for four solar power photovoltaic (PV) projects among the 17 projects which were already endorsed by the PPP board to be procured through PPP arrangement. This round RFQ is issued for Humera, Mekele, Welenchitti, Weranso. An amendment has been made later by adding two additional sites of Metema/ BahirDar and Hurso, and the submission date is extended to July 9 2019
Ethiopia Launched a revised national electrification plan at a power summit held from 27-29 March 2019 in Addis Ababab, Ethiopia. The comprehensive program document explains the detailed targets the country intends to achieve and the staged approaches to be used for a universal electricity access coverage by 2025.
Source: Africa Energy Forum 2019
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Source: Ethiopian Legal Brief