In a country of approximately 100 million people, roughly 44% of Ethiopians have access to electricity. Ethiopia’s National Electrification Program 2.0 aims to fill this electricity access gap: by ensuring 100% access by 2025.
To reach this ambitious target, the government is engaging in an array of innovative partnerships with development organizations and the private sector, helping make sure that no one is left behind in the push for universal access to electricity.
This video is one of three country case studies (Ethiopia, Nepal and Togo) focusing on Integrated Electrification Pathways. Want to learn more about the importance of integrated approaches to electrification? Read the primer report.
Source: Sustainable Energy For All
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