Ethiopian Energy^Power Business Portal,eepBp

The past two weeks did not bode well for the relationship between landlord Getaneh GebreHana and his eight tenants. After Ethiopian Electric Utility adjusted prices upward he was forced to be strict with his tenants about their electricity consumption.

Seven of his tenants have cooking stoves, two have refrigerators, another two baking stoves and one has a washing machine – normal household electric appliances. His monthly electric bill has doubled to 800 Br, which Getaneh feels does not add up even after factoring in the adjustment. "I looked into all the tenants' homes to verify how they are consuming power," said Getaneh, who uses a prepaid electric service.

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ከታኅሳስ 2011 ዓ.ም. ጀምሮ ለመጪዎቹ አራት ዓመታት ተግባራዊ እንደሚሆን የሚጠበቀው አዲሱ የኤሌክትሪክ ኃይል አገልግሎት የዋጋ ታሪፍ፣ በዝቅተኛው ደረጃ እስከ 30 በመቶ ጭማሪ ተደርጎበት መዘጋጀቱ ታወቀ፡፡

የኢትዮጵያ ኤሌክትሪክ አገልግሎት ሰሞኑን ይፋ ባደረገው መረጃ መሠረት፣ የወርኃዊ ፍጆታቸው ከ50 ኪሎ ዋት (በሰዓት) ጀምሮ እስከ 500 ኪሎ ዋትና ከዚያ በላይ ኃይል በሚጠቀሙ ደንበኞች ላይ የታሪፍ ማሻሻያ ተደርጓል፡፡ በዚህ መሠረት ዝቅተኛው የኤሌክትሪክ ኃይል ፍጆታ 50 ኪሎ ዋት በሰዓት ከታሪፍ ጭማሪው ነፃ ሲደረግ፣ ከ500 ኪሎ ዋት በሰዓት እስከ 500 ኪሎ ዋት በሰዓት፣ እንዲሁም ከ500 ኪሎ ዋት በሰዓትና ከዚያ በላይ በሚጠቀሙት ላይ የተደረገው ማስተካከያ ከታኅሳስ ወር ጀምሮ ተግባራዊ ይደረጋል ተብሏል፡፡

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ጥራት ያለው አገልግሎት ለመስጠትና አገልግሎቱን ለማስፋት የሚያስችል የፋይናንስ አቅም ለማደግ የታሪፍ  ማሻሻያው ማስፈለጉን አገልግሎቱ ገልጿል፡፡ አዲስ የሚተገበረው ተመን ለአራት ዓመታት የሚያገለግል ሲሆን የጭማሬውን  ተግባራዊነት በደንበኞች  ላይ የሚደርሰውን ጫና በሚቀንስ  መልኩ በአራት ተከታታይ የትግበራ ምዕራፍ ይከናወናል ተብሏል፡፡

የዋጋ ማሻሻያው ለመኖሪያ ቤት ደንበኞች እንደ ኃይል አጠቃቀማቸው በ7 እርከኖች የተከፋፈለ መሆኑን የኢትዮጵያ ኤሌክትሪክ አገልግሎት አስታውቋል፡፡በመጀመሪያው እርከን እስከ 50 ኪሎ ዋት ለሚጠቀሙ ደንበኞች ላለፉት 12 ዓመታት ሲያገለግል የነበረው ዋጋ በ0.2730 ሳንቲም በኪሎ ዋት ባለበት እንዲቀጥል ተወስኗል፡፡

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Ethiopia has made $81.6 million from the sale of electricity to Djibouti and Sudan in a year which runs from July 8, 2017-July 7, 2018, according to a statement on Friday by the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity.Despite a plan to earn $86.62 million from the export of 1.512 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, the country secured $81.6 million by exporting 1.466 billion kilowatt hours of electricity. 

According to the Ministry, the country earned $47.5 million from electric power sales to Sudan, while export to Djibouti generated $34.1 million. According to the World Bank, Ethiopia has the second highest available energy generation capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa, with nearly 100 percent coming from renewable energy generation (mostly hydro power), and vast and mainly untapped solar, wind, and geothermal clean energy resources.

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