Ethiopia Turns on the Turbines at Giant Nile Hydropower Plant

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 2/21/2022, Location: Africa

Ethiopia began producing electricity on Sunday from its Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), a multi-billion-dollar hydropower plant on the River Nile that neighbours Sudan and Egypt have worried will cause water shortages downstream, according to a Reuters report.


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