As Heny Ford once said “Coming together is the beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success.”
Had you not been thrilled when someone a few inches away from you sent you a message through espace while it was easier to utter a word directly on to you? About three years ago, soon after I joined Huawei, I was so frustrated and I just believed that it would be hardly easy to close the cultural differences between us. Sooner than I expected, though, it started vanishing to the surprise of my own eyes.
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.
For years Great East African Rift Valley has been the main route of the study of human evolution providing magnificent discoveries such as Luci and the very recent known jawbones in Ledi Geraru of Afar regional state of Ethiopia.
Ethiopia has long realized the potential of its renewable energy resources of hydro, solar, wind and geothermal energies in changing the economic fortune of the nation and the people. In light of these clean, abundant and feasible resources, the nation has engaged itself to the development of the energy resources probably more than any of its peers in the region.