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The Ethiopian government has downplayed the effect that a dam it is planning to build near the Sudanese border could have on lower Nile riparian sates, Egypt and Sudan. Addis Ababa has qualified fears expressed by Egyptian officials as “unsubstantiated”.

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Morocco develops Solar Energy on a national scale

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Ethiopia and Kenya make joint request to World Bank over electricity supply

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Ethiopia’s mega Gilgel Gibe III Hydropower project makes a headway

Ethiopia: Netherlands-Germany finance new energy policy

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Neighbours give South Africa electricity for 2010 WC

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