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The administration of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has been amending the investment law to enable the private sector engagement in the manufacturing of weapons, ammunition and explosives, which were exclusively reserved for the state, in a joint venture arrangement with the government.

The bill, drafted by the Ethiopian Investment Commission and a technical team, also allows the private sector to invest in air transport and postal services, engage in the import and export of as well as the transmission and distribution of electricity partnering with the state.

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Find a paper, funded by DFID and output by CDKN , that outlines the the key energy institutions, initiatives and players in the Ethiopian energy sector and contains a substantial resources that could be a reference for further research.

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A new bill that eases registration and licensing processes for geothermal development companies has been submitted to the Council of Ministers for approval. Drafted by the Ethiopian Energy Authority last year, the draft regulation categorises the resource into two sections depending on the capacity of energy. Grade one is a geothermal resource that is able to generate electric power, while Grade two is used for agricultural, industrial, medical and recreational purposes.

The bill has also identifies three types of licenses for geothermal developers. Reconnaissance is the first stage in licensing that is granted for two years and is non-renewable. The exploration license allows developers a five-year exploration window that can be renewed for two year-long terms. Wellfield development licenses are the final license issued and allow for 25 years worth of production concession  options that can be extended.

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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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Ethiopia to Launch the National Electrification Program(NEP 2.0) in March as Part of an Energy Forum

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