Ethiopia Gets to Grips with Power Cuts
Power cuts began on May 9, due to reduced generation capacity at most of its hydroelectric dams. The cuts are scheduled to continue until July.
Lights Out! the Aftershock
Reporter, 25 May 2019
It has been a week now since the government of Ethiopia reintroduced the latest round of power rationing measures that rotates every two shifts during the course of a day. Although… Read more »
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