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Ethiopia to start exporting Power to Sudan
Ethiopia said, preparations are underway to start exporting electric power to Sudan after rain falls boos hydroelectric power dams in the country, Bloomberg reports. The plan is to export up to 200 Megawatts to Sudan and up to 150 megawatts may be exported to Djibouti.
Gilegl Gibe II is also expected to resume operation after it suffered a tunnel collapse shortly after it was inaugurated earlier this year. Gibe II has a generating capacity of 420 MW. Tana Beles, the largest hydropower in the country and Tekeze is also expected to be at full capacity following recent rains. The three plants produce a combined 1,180 megawatts of power.
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