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Ethiopia and Tanzania Signed 400MW Electric Power Export Agreement

Number of visits: Date:1/26/2016 04:27:01

Ethiopia's national power company EEP Wednesday announced that the company has agreed to sign a 400 MW power export agreement with the authorities of Tanzania.

East African Power Pool (WAPP) member, Tanzania will become the second largest electricity customers in Ethiopia once the project became operational in the next five years in the implementation of the second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) Ethiopia settings. Largest customer, Kenya, has agreed to import electricity 600MW.
 
As one of the East African Power Pool EAPP members, once the second round of growth and transformation plan GTPII energy projects to be implemented, Tanzania, Ethiopia will become the second largest electricity users.
 
Kenya is the biggest power users, it has signed agreements with 600 megawatts of electricity imports Ethiopia.
 
Ethiopia and Tanzania electricity export agreement formal contract will be completed within the next few weeks.
 
In the first phase of GTP plan period (2010 / 11-2014 / 15), export of electricity to Djibouti, Ethiopia, Sudan and Kenya and Somaliland border areas. In the second phase of the plan, Kenya, Djibouti and Ethiopia, Sudan electricity exports will increase further.
 
In addition, Ethiopia is planning to build an EHV transmission lines connecting the Sudan, even considering the connection EAPP another Member State Egypt, Egypt and Russia to further promote international Shakespeare electricity exports, making it Africa's main electricity hub.
 

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