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East African Power Pool: Power projects in Ethiopia and supplying to neighboring countries

Established in 2005, the East African Power Pool (EAPP) seeks to provide least cost, efficient, and reliable electricity through interconnected networks in the region. Ethiopia seeks to produce enough power for domestic and sale to the region through the pool. Nevertheless, construction of proposed power lines will be detrimental to pursuing this agenda.

EAPP has 10 member countries, including Ethiopia, Kenya, Egypt, DR Congo, Libya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Sudan.

Source: constructionreviewonline.com

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