The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is expected to produce more than 6450 MW, which makes it the biggest hydro-electric power dam in Africa and the eighth biggest in the world.
From Water Tower to Power Tower
Ethiopian Herald, 7 March 2017
In such a carbon constrained world of today, the development of renewable energy sources like that of electric power is remarkably compelling. Recent studies indicate that 600… Read more »
GERD - Iconic Project for the Realization of AU Aspirations
Ethiopian Herald, 8 March 2017
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is not only a gigantic hydroelectric power plant with enormous economic benefits but also a living monument of the national response to… Read more »
Construction of GERD Dam.
Bureau Pledges Continued GERD Support
The Addis Ababa Youth and Sports Bureau senior officials and employees pledged to continue financial supporting for Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in a recent held meeting. Read more »
No Recede for GERD
Ethiopian Herald, 3 March 2017
Nearly six years ago, Ethiopians from all walks of life made firm decision to build the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) with their own resources. Amazingly, every fellow… Read more »
The veteran president has said the disagreement between Egypt and other nations on the River Nile is either due to misinformation or not enough discussion. Read more »
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