Construction on a turbine to be installed at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, which will generate electricity to power Ethiopia. RESERVOIR Ethiopia began filling it in 2020. RESERVOIR Ethiopia began filling it in 2020. Only about one-third of the estimated US$5-billion cost of the Blue Nile dam has been externally financed, primarily with loans from Chinese banks. Ms. Deribe believes the geopolitical clash between the two countries is largely because the Ethiopian dam represents a threat to the status quo, and to Egypt’s traditional power.
Source: Ethiopian News December 04, 2021 01:01 UTC