Ethiopia Opens First U.S.$120 Million Waste-to-Energy Facility
The first such plant on the continent will incinerate at least 1,400 tons of waste a day, converting landfill into energy.
The Exchange, 20 August 2018
Since its inception in 2014, the Government of Ethiopia and a number of international conglomerates have been anticipating the kick-start of the multimillion project. The rise of… Read more »
The exterior of the Reppie waste-to-energy facility in Addis Ababa. Ethiopia's first waste-to-energy facility was inaugurated on Sunday in the presence of high-level Ethiopian and foreign dignitaries.
New Times, 20 August 2018
Ethiopia's first waste-to-energy facility was inaugurated on Sunday in the presence of high-level Ethiopian and foreign dignitaries. Read more »
Ethiopia: Looking at Nation's Rubbish Policies
African Arguments, 11 April 2017
Last month's landslide at a dumpsite killed 125 people. Can the next tragedy be averted? Read more »
Ethiopian Herald, 6 January 2017
The move proves nation's green growth strategy implementation Read more »
U.S. companies will invest U.S.$175 billion in gas power projects which will benefit Tanzania, Kenya, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Angola, Mozambique and South ... Read more »